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Likely named after the famous Beatles song, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds—even though John Lennon insisted on multiple occasions that the song was actually inspired by a drawing his son made and the Alice in Wonderland book series—amateur microscopists can probably guess what the most potent property of this desirable spore strain is!
A visually stunning spore strain, it’s quite a sight to behold under the microscope. At-home scientists the world over have reported studying this explosively interesting spore strain for hours under the microscope. Let’s learn a little more about this spore strain, why you should always order from Quality Spores and not imitators, and how you too can get started in the amateur microscopy hobby.
Important Facts About Lucy Luminous Spores
The first thing to note is that we’ve classified this strain as an advanced subject for your microscopy research. The spores themselves are resistant to contamination, but the studying process itself can be intense—this is for advanced level microscopists and taxonomists only.
Since The Lucy is one of our most popular psilocybin mushroom spore strains, it sells out frequently. We advise you to make your purchase quickly if we have it in stock!
In the wild, these spores would mature into robust, beautiful mushrooms with slightly convex-to-flat caps with brownish-yellow coloration and a touch of white surrounding the diameter. The stems are thick and sturdy, as reported by mycologists studying them in nature, where they’re usually found in regions that have moderate temperatures.
While it’s an overstated rumor that all psilocybin mushrooms grow in equine refuse, this the Lucy mushroom strain does seem to thrive in such environments in the wild. For more information and interesting factoids for the budding mycologist or mushroom taxonomist, see our guide on How to Identify Psilocybin Mushrooms.