Pan Cyan “Huasteca” Spore Print


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Panaeolus Cyanescens “Huasteca” Spore Print


The Pan Cyan “Huasteca” spore prints for sale are considered “active spores” which are for microscopy purposes only. DO NOT CONTACT US ABOUT ANYTHING REGARDING CULTIVATING OR GERMINATING PAN CYAN “HUASTECA” SPORE PRINTS. 

Shipping is unavailable to California, Idaho, & Georgia. These 3 states strictly prohibit the possession of spores from psilocybin and psilocin producing mushroom species. Orders to these states will be refused and 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 should only be used as a reference point. Images and spores are acquired 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 Pan Cyan Huasteca prints, spore visibility is dependent on the characteristics of the spores themselves. As a result, not all spore spore prints will look the same visibly. Despite any visible differences, they’re still viable for microscopy research.

Pan Cyan Information

Panaeolus cyanescens is a mushroom species that goes by many names. Some of these include, “Copelandia cyanescens”,“Pan Cyans”, and “Blue Meanies” (make sure not to confuse it with cubensis “Blue Meanies” ). Additionally, they are genetically similar to the species Panaeolus tropicalis.

This species has a very wide geographic distribution and as a result they grow wildly all over the world. Pan cyans are a dung loving species and it is common to find them growing wildly on manure piles. They can also be found growing on a mixture of manure and straw. 

Pan Cyan mushrooms are much smaller compared to P. Cubensis. They tend to be much skinner in the stem, smaller in the cap, and shorter in height. Note that Pan Cyans are an advanced species to work with and have different research conditions than Cubensis spores.

Pan Cyan “Huasteca”

Huasteca is a region along the Gulf of Mexico that is both geographical and cultural characteristic. The area was originally (and still is) inhabited by Huastec people who reached their height in the Mesopotamian era. The Huasteca people used this species for their ceremonial/religious purposes. The Huasteca culture is also well known for building step pyramids, stand alone statues and sculptures, and painted pottery with elaborate designs.

Pan Cyan “Huasteca” are rare and exotic spores to find and lucky for you we have it! This beautiful strain is great for intermediate-advanced microscopist and might I add great practice for our beginners. Pan Cyan fruits are very captivating as they are not as commonly seen as Cubensis. They are generally a longer and thinner stem with a smaller cap. Once they mature they fade into an off-white or light grey color. Huasteca looks similar to Senguio as they both have a hint of a yellow center in its bell shaped cap, but Huasteca is a much larger fruiting body.  

Why Buy Our Pan Cyan Spores?

We print and package all Panaeolus cyanenscens “Huasteca” spores in front of Laminar Flow Hoods with HEPA filters. These HEPA filters have an efficiency rating of 99.97%. This means that the filter removes 99.97% of particles in the air. We then wrap the print in sterile aluminum foil.  

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

Microscopic Features:

Pan Cyans “Huasteca” have Jet Black spores that are roughly12x7 microns in size. The spores are smooth elliptical in shape and opaque. In addition, they are present on a 4-spored basidia. They also have pleurocystidia fusoid-ventricose and a cheilocystidida that is 12 by 4 microns.

Pan Cyan “Huasteca” Spore Print Contents

Our Huasteca spore prints for sale will include:


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