Lizard King Mushroom Spores

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The Lizard King strain was discovered in Atlanta, Georgia, by a mycologist named ‘Lizard King’. Unusually for a Psilocybe cubensis strain, a cluster of large, thick-stemmed mushrooms were discovered growing on a pile of woodchips and horse dung. Woodchips are not a common substrate for cubensis, but it goes to show that under the right conditions, the mycelium will eat almost anything!

Species Psilocybe cubensis 

Origin Georgia, subtropical climate

Substrates Manure, grain or coco coir based

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