From a scientific point of view, magic mushrooms may look very similar but differ in phenotype and appearance. Phenotype is a set of observed traits of an individual organism resulting from the interaction of its genotype with the environment, for example, the rate of fertilization. There are many Psilocybe Cubensis, one of the most famous types of magic mushrooms, which have different phenotypes for example. You can also check out our Magic Mushroom Edibles and Shop Online in Canada Today!.
These separate cubensis are not classified as subspecies but as separate strains of the same family. Phenotypic differences such as colour and shape are visible to the naked eye, but true beauty and magic remain hidden under the microscope.
Fungal spores are the stigma on their fruiting bodies and there are many things you can do with them. That's why knowing how to use psilocybin mushroom spores is important, whatever your goals. The following is a breakdown of the most common or popular types of magic mushroom spores.
Psilocybe cubensis spores are fruiting body spores on the larger side in terms of mushroom magic size. It is also one of the most common psilocybes, more commonly known as gold caps or Mexican mushrooms. This magic mushroom family has many different types.
Physically, the hat is usually reddish-brown with a white or yellowish stem. When squeezed or pulled, the sticky flesh often turns bluish. Some people think this is a clear sign of finding magic mushrooms, but some species of poisonous mushrooms are also bruised.