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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