First created and rebranded by a mycologist known as “The Keeper,” this specimen has been the cause of much confusion in the mycology world. “Blue Meanie” happened to be the nickname of a Panaeolus Cyanescens variety long before “The Keeper” began marketing the Blue Meanie Cubensis. To be clear, the two are not related.
We don’t know much about the history or lineage of this variety, but it is thought to be named for its vivid blue bruising at the slightest contact.
Blue Meanie produces thick stems with medium to large caps that are often golden brown at the center and fade to white around the edges.
Blue Meanie is suitable for the intermediate spore researcher.
Item contents: Generously filled 10cc syringe and a 1.5” 20 gauge sterile dispensing needle.
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