Discovered by and named after a mycologist known as “Lizard King,” this Cubensis variety comes from a wild specimen found growing on a mixture of manure and woodchips at an equestrian park in the state of Georgia.
Lizard King quickly became known within the mycology community for producing an abundance of fruiting bodies with light-colored, medium to large-sized caps and long, uniform, stems. “Lizard King” is another one of our favorite varieties for microscopy here at Pacific Northwest Spore Co.
Lizard King is suitable for spore researchers of all experience levels.
Item contents: Generously filled 10cc syringe and a 1.5” 20 gauge sterile dispensing needle.
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Fast shipping. I will most likely purchase again!
All of these syringes are perfect! Fast shipping, fast processing! Best prices too.
Thank you for the great review, Promiss! Lizard King is a fun one to view for sure!
When filling out my order, my address somehow got mixed up so when they came to deliver it to me, there was no address to deliver it to so they shipped it back. They got in touch with me and told me as soon as I got the address, changed and paid a small return shipping fee, which was nominal And I was happy to pay. They sent it back and got it within three days. I think that’s great service.
Thank so much for the awesome review and for your patience, Dallas! Glad we got you all squared away and quickly!
I haven't opened them yet but looking forward to working with these spores. Shipping was perfect and everything looks very well packaged and clean.
Thank you for your great review, Elizabeth! Glad everything got to you so quickly!
I'm not quite finished with my research, but the spores were clean and so far have made for some very active and robust viewing.
We are very happy for you and appreciate the great review, Cap'n Mal! Love to read your enthusiasm for microscopy research!