The Psilocybe galindoi (Georgia) is capable of forming sclerotia. It was previously referred to as the Galindoi (Atlantis) but expert Gaston Guzman has confirmed that this strain is not Psilocybe atlantis. Until an official name is given, this strain will be referred to as Psilocybe galindoi var. Georgia. Mycologist David Allard has appropriately given the common name Atlanta Liberty Cap to this species.
Prolific sclerotia (a.k.a. truffles or Philopsher Stones) produce at a wide range of temperatures (70 to 79 F). The most forgiving sclerotia-producing strain in our collection.
Produces early, abundant, very large sclerotia on rye grass seed, rice, and many other grains. Although slightly trickier than cubensis to fruit, it’s capable of reasonable mushroom production in cased trays. Does not produce abundant sclerotia in the casing.
Vial contains 10 ml of spore suspension. Sterile syringe, alcohol swab and instructions are included.