This is "the" tampanensis strain. It is possibly the rarest mushroom currently known to man, with all strains originating from a single specimen collected in the area of Tampa, Florida by the late Dr. Steven Pollock. A second sighting was supportedly reported from Mississippi, however no culturable material was obtained.
Mycelium is more aggressive than P. mexicana, Jalisco, however slightly less aggressive than “Psilocybe atlantis”. Excellent sclerotia-production on wide variety of grains, particularly the traditional rye grass seed, and rice substrates. Capable of wall-to-wall flushes of rather potent mushrooms on cased grains and spawned substrates.
Produces sclerotia in the casing as well as throughout the substrate.
Vial contains 10 ml of spore suspension. Sterile syringe, alcohol swab and instructions are included.