P. Cubensis “Burma” Spore Swab Kit


To ensure the cleanest possible products, all of our Burma 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.


Burma Spore Swab Pack


When you buy Burma mushroom swabs, 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 psilocin producing mushroom species. We will refuse and void any orders made to these 3 states. Furthermore, 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. We acquire all images and spores from outside, trusted sources in a legal manner. We also do not condone or participate in the cultivation of psilocybin or psilocin producing mushroom species. 

When you buy Burma spore swabs, 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 are still viable for microscopy research.

Origin Information

Burma mushroom genetics were first collected in the Southeast Asian country now known as Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). This countries location is near Thailand, is an area thats known for producing all different kinds of Psilocybe Cubensis varieties. One of the best ones on the market is simply known as Burma. Legend has it that it all started with a mycologist and student in Thailand, John Allen. He either found or traded for Burma mushroom genetics in the city of Rangoon (now Yangon). From there he would create one flush of the mushrooms that would then supply the rest of the world with these spores. You can help carry on Allen’s legacy as all Burma spores stem back to that first flush!
A big reason for Burma’s popularity in the community is the fact that it has quick and strong mycelium. This is great for amateur microscopist as it means the spores of the mushroom are hardy and resilient. It’s not just good for beginners, but can help more intermediate microscopist begin studying spores from this region. This is because spores from Asian countries can be more complex.
Burma Fruits are hard to miss as they are visually appealing and grow fairly large. These mushrooms have medium to large density stems. Along with being fairly meaty, the stems are also know to grow fairly tall, up to 15 cm. Burma is also very sensitive, bruising easily and truing a blue/green color. The caps are conic in shape until they begin to mature and flatten out. They can be 2-5 cm in diameter and aren’t the best spore producers. But not to worry as here at Sonoran Spores we make sure each spore syringe contains more than enough spores.

Why Buy Our Burma Swabs?

We strive to provide you with quality Burma spore swabs. We make and package the all of the Burma 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

Microscopic Features:

Burma Mushroom genetics have dark purple to blackish spores. The spores shape is subellipsoid (ellipse) and present on 4-spored basidia as well as . The spore prints from Burma Cubensis are purple and dark purple. They are usually with smaller to medium caps usually 25-50mm in diameter.

Burma Mushroom 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.


Light Depositor Specimens that typically produce smaller caps and lighter prints, making spore collecting a bit harder but definitely not impossible.

Research Difficulty



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