The Treasure Coast Cubensis Spores

The Treasure Coast cuubnesis spores come from the Treasure Coast area of Florida, which refers to an area along the eastern coast where sunken treasure ships are located. Thanks to our friend Mr. G for giving us these spores. Mr G. has been observing these mushrooms in nature for many years as wild psilocybe mushrooms are legal in Florida. Mr. G observed this strain of cubensis throwing off 3 different substrains. One of them being this very unique white cubensis. The white cubensis starts off a very light brown, then changes to the frosted white at about 1 1/2" to 2" tall as it matures. All the substrains of the TC will have a frost look on the caps, and look quite beautiful.

All pictures of mushrooms on this web site are for identification purposes only. They were grown in a country where psilocybin mushrooms are legal to grow

Pictures of Treasure Coast Cubensis
A nice flush of TC albino's with B+ in the background to the left.
Another view, notice the blueing in the stems before they're even harvested
A nice sideview of the white cubensis

the closest tray is 2nd flush, the back 6 trays are just exploding!
A view from the other side of the growing chamber

Treasure Coast substrain White Cubensis
Day 6 with alien visitor
Day 7, some young and mature white cubensis
Day 7 a different view
A harvested average fruit in hand
A fantastic group shot of 3 different mushrooms fruiting
On the left are a few lingering B strain mushrooms, in the middle are the white Treasure Coast cubensis, and on the right are the mexi-cubs.

Pictures of the light brown spotted TC substrain
A caseing, growing a few large mushrooms. This casing was attacked by cobweb mold. No spores prints were taken from this infected casing.
A few 8"-10" TC's drying on the dehydrator

To view other pictures of mushrooms and the spores we carry, click on the name on the Spore Ordering Prices and Availability page.

  • Disclaimer: Psilocybe mushroom spores do not contain any active (scheduled) drug, thus they are legal. The spores we sell can produce mushroom fungi if you put them in the right growing conditions and attempt to cultivate them. That mushroom fungi can potentially develop into mushrooms if you continue to grow them in just the right conditions. In the U.S. it is illegal to cultivate psilocybe mushrooms, but it is not illegal to possess spores and research them under a microscope. Just because our spore supplier/grower lives where it is legal to grow psilocybe mushrooms it is NOT our intention that you do so as well. Pictures are provided for informational and reference purposes only. It is NOT The Hawks Eye intent that you attempt to grow illegal (psilocybe) mushrooms. We sell spores for microscopy and identification purposes only. All information on this web site related to psilocbye mushrooms is protected under freedom of speech and we do not condone you partake in any illegal activities. What you do with the spores and information is up to you, but we do not condone you do anything illegal if you decide to purchase spores. Spores are sold for legal microscopy and identification purposes only. Please check your local laws regarding spores before purchasing them and most important, adhere to those local laws. Thank You.

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