P. Cubensis “Avery’s Albino” Swab Pack

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Original price was: $16.99.Current price is: $9.99.

To ensure the cleanest possible products, all of our Avery’s Albino spore swabs are made and packaged in front of Laminar Flow Hoods with HEPA filters (99.97% efficiency rating). The spore swabs are made by swabbing the spores directly and resealing the swabs in sterile packaging.


Avery’s Albino Spore Swab Pack


When buying Avery’s Albino spores, be aware that they’re considered “active spores” which are for microscopy purposes only. DO NOT CONTACT US ABOUT ANYTHING REGARDING CULTIVATING OR GERMINATING ACTIVE SPORES. 

Shipping is unavailable to California, Idaho, & Georgia. These 3 states strictly prohibit the possession of spores from psilocybin and also psilocin producing mushroom species. Orders to these states are refused and subsequently voided. Any payments made for orders to CA, ID, or GA will incur a $5 cancellation fee. 

The provided images are for informational and educational purposes only and are used as a reference point only. Sonoran Spores acquires all spores and photos from outside, trusted sources in a legal manner. We do not condone or participate in the cultivation of psilocybin or psilocin producing mushroom species. 

When you buy Avery’s Albino swabs, spore visibility is dependent on the characteristics of the spores themselves. As a result, not all spore swabs will look the same visibly. Despite any visible differences, they’re still viable for microscopy research.

Avery’s Albino Spore Information:

Avery’s Albino is a variety that is very unique and some-what new to the community. Here we have a variety that is a Albino mutation of the Cambodian specimens. An albino is an interesting mutation as it means the entire mushroom looses its pigmentation. But, this stems deeper than just the mushrooms color. One can see by placing the spores under a microscope that they are actually transparent and bruise blue. Which this is an indication that this is indeed a true albino and not just leucistic. 

Another important fact about Avery’s Albino is that they are still part of the Cubensis family. Most albinos are part of the the APE family which is the “Albino Penis Envy.” Mushrooms from the APE family tend to be less hardy, more complex and overall a little more difficult to study for new microscopist. So if you are just getting into the community, Avery’s Albino may be the choice for you!

Avery’s Albino fruits are extremely beautiful with their look. Their pale white color starting at its stem, and is evident all throughout. Avery’s albino stem is medium density, and holds much of its veil once it rips away. The caps are large in size and are convex in shape. They open in maturity to a large flat cap but tend to be very poor spore providers. Hence why they are only available as swabs. Don’t  you worry because we provide each swab with enough material to research easily. 

Why Buy Our Avery’s Albino Swabs?

We strive to provide you with the cleanest possible products. We make and package the all of the Avery’s Albino spore swabs in front of Laminar Flow Hoods with HEPA filters. These HEPA filters have an efficiency rating of 99.97%. Meaning that the filter removes 99.97% of particles in the air.

  • Ships next business day
  • Discreet packaging
  • Spore swabs remain viable for a few years
  • Store spore swabs in the fridge or a cool, dry place
  • Do not freeze

Microscopy Features:

Avery’s Albino mushroom swabs will have transparent spores. Thus proving the variety to be a true albino and not leucitic like Albino A+, or rusty whyte. It’s subellipsoid (ellipse) in shape and present on a 4-spored basidia. When spores are clear they can bruise blue which leads to the swab appearing blue rather than clear. Once you put them under the microscope, they will be clear.

Avery’s Albino Swab Pack Contents

Each spore swab will come with

Additional information


Subtropical. These mushrooms are known to thrive in subtropical climates places where summers get hot and humid, and the winters are mild. Usually these climates are found between the latitudes of 25 degrees and 35 degrees and the southeast side of all continents.


Extremely Light Depositor Mushrooms that typically have problems with producing spores, either because of genetic lineage or species variability. Typically these mushrooms produces spores on 50 percent or less of fully mature fruits and rarely drop them from the gills.

Research Difficulty


3 reviews for P. Cubensis “Avery’s Albino” Swab Pack

  1. Jordan

    Big and beautiful.

  2. Anon

    Aggressive, Beautiful, & Plentiful

  3. TooMuchIsJustEnough

    Appreciated the chance to examine another uncommon albino.
    -received these as a freebie bonus

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