P. Cubensis “Leucistic Cambodian” Spore Syringe Kit

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To ensure the cleanest possible products, all of our Leucistic Cambodian spore syringe solutions are made in front of Laminar Flow Hoods with HEPA filters (99.97% efficiency rating). The spore solution is made by mixing sterile distilled water and spores that were printed in Laminar Flow.


Leucistic Cambodian Spore Syringe Kit


If you want to buy Leucistic Cambodian spore genetics, be cautious as Leucistic Cambodian syringe spores are “active spores” which are for microscopy or artistic purposes. We will not complete your order if you contact us regarding the cultivation of active spores. Similarly, for legal reasons if you mention cultivating active spores or ask for cultivating advice, you will be subsequently banned from the site.

These spores are from a species that produces psilocybin and psilocin. For legal reasons they can only ship to 47 out of the 50 United States. Shipping is unavailable to California, Idaho, and Georgia.

Sonoran Spores acquires these spores and photos from outside, trusted sources in a legal manner.  Further, Sonoran Spores does not condone or participate in the cultivation of psilocybin/psilocin producing or “active” species.  Sonoran Spores also does not have any mycelium or fruiting bodies of psilocybin and psilocin producing species.  We will not sell any products containing this so do not ask.

Spore Visibility Disclaimer: When you buy Leucistic Cambodian spores syringe, visibility is dependent on the characteristics of the spores themselves. As a result, not all spore syringes will look the same visibly.  Some may have some black clumps or specs in them and others may appear clear to the naked eye. Despite these visible differences, spore syringes are still made to be viable for microscopy research.

Leucistic Cambodian Spore Information

Leucistic Cambodian is the leucistic mutation of the Cambodian variety. As the name implies, the genetics are originally all the way from Cambodia. Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia positioned between Vietnam and Thailand. The original Cambodian variety was first found by John Allen, a very famous mushroom researcher, in Siem Reap which is the city where the Angkor Temple is located. 

The leucistic mutation, however, causes the specimens to a white to cream color of which is how they differ from normal Cambodian spores. Unlike a true albino though, Leucistic Cambodian still has pigmented spores. This means that while the mushroom itself lacks color pigmentation, the spores will still be purple to black. If you’re looking for interesting genetics to research, then this is a variety for you! It can also be found included in our Leucistic Collection, which is a great bundle for those looking to collect many different leucistic varieties.

We strive to provide you with the cleanest possible products. We make the all of the Leucistic Cambodian syringe solution 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. To make the actual spore solution, we take clean spores and mix them with sterile distilled water. Then, a magnetic stirrer properly mixes the solution to ensure an even distribution of spores throughout the solution. 

  • Ships next business day
  • Discreet packaging
  • Spore syringes remain viable for around 1 year
  • Store spore syringes in the fridge for best results
  • Do not freeze

Microscopic Features

Leucistic Spore genetics make the spores dark purple to black. The spores are subellipsoid (ellipse) on 4-spored basidia. The caps are generally 25-75mm in diameter and pretty good spore depositors.

Syringe Kit Contents

Each spore syringe kit will come with:

  • a sterile 18 gauge blunt tipped needle (While supplies last)
  • at least 10CC of the P. Cubensis Leucistic Cambodian syringe spore solution
  • 1 alcohol prep pad
  • 1 sticker (1 per order) 

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.


Medium depositor – Specimens that produce nice medium sized prints averaging around 50mm give or take 10mm. Spore deposits may vary but average will be a nice visible print containing hundreds of millions of spores.

Research difficulty

Easy – This variety is good for any level of researcher. Easy to study and use.

1 review for P. Cubensis “Leucistic Cambodian” Spore Syringe Kit

  1. Thomas Ellinger (verified owner)

    Fast shipping even got a freebie for repeat shopper love sonorion spores always 100% reliable and beauties under the microscope

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