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10 ML Liquid Culture Syringe

It belongs to the white rot fungi and is a medium-sized agaric having a very open and convex cap, almost flat, with a diameter of 3–10 centimetres (1–4 inches). Underneath, it has numerous whitish radial plates adherent to the foot, later turning to a brownish-grey colour, and light elliptic spores of 8–11 by 5–7 micrometres. The white fibre foot is generally curved, having a membranous ring on the top part which promptly turns to tobacco colour due to the falling spores. When very young, its colour may be reddish-brown and later turn to a light brown colour, more ochre towards the centre, whiter around its border. It grows in tufts on logs and holes in poplars, and other large-leaved trees

Pioppino (Black Poplar)

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    • AlexApr 12
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars.
      Very pleased 😀

      I've bout from a couple other shops. This shipment was by far the fastest and has given such a positive vibe. I think this is home now. Oh and thank you so much for the extra Antler Reishi. So much for a little hobby lol mycology has taken over. 😆

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