|Panaeolus Cambodginiensis Mushroom Spores|
|The Panaeolus Cambodginiensis, here after referred to as pan cam for short, was re-discovered and brought back from Cambodia. Entheomycologist John Allen was lucky enough to run across some specimens while doing mushroom research in Cambodia, just how lucky we all are. This species has not been brought to public in many years prior to this. But at last ....spores of this wonderful mushroom are being spread around the globe now:) Once again a big thanks to John Allen for his hard work and determination. You can read more about the mushrooms in Cambodia on our psilocybe cubensis Cambodia page. For those not to familiar with Panaeolus (psilocybe) mushrooms you can read more about them on our panaeolus cyanescen and panaeolus tropicalis pages as well.
The pan cams are by far the most active panaeolus there is. But the spores and mycelium are also very delicate. It's a well known fact that panaeolus species are more active then cubensis and deliver a very beautiful journey, but these pan cams take the cake. If you happen to be in Amsterdam or one of the many other countries it's legal to eat them, go easy on them.
All pictures of mushrooms on this web site are for identification purposes only. They were grown in countries where psilocybin mushrooms are legal to grow