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Angkor Mycelia strands (1st Flush) and 5th Flush image 17

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#1 mjshroomer



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Posted 18 May 2009 - 02:12 AM

First a great shot of some rhizzomorphic strands mycelia in a first flush of Cambodian Angkor Wat strain of Cubensis. This is some really healthy strong strands opf mycelial root eminating from the rye berry spawn mixed with the manure of Brahman Cattle (Bos Indicus) and pasteurized rice-paddie straw.

And here is from the 5th flush the same cultivated strain of the Cambodian P. cubensis obtained from a specimen collected at Prah Karn, Angkor Wat, Xiem Riap, Kampuchea.

The spores were streaked with an inoculating loop into a petri plate of PDA which grew for 8 days and then applied to a presterilized plastic bag of Rye Berry seed which we mixed into a 3-pound bag of composted buffalo manure mixed in with rice-paddie straw that was also presterilized and pasteurized.

7 flushes were obtained in this growth. The 1st and 3rd flush were immaculate in that they provided a large quantity of fresh cubes with 2" in diameter caps.

The 2nd Flush produced 4 large capped (3-4" in diameter) specimens. The last two flushes produced a grouping of specimens smaller than those in the image from the 5th flush.


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Posted 18 May 2009 - 03:13 PM

:amazed: That's some happy looking myc there.

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 03:14 PM

That mycelium looks extraordinarily crazy. I have not seen anything like it. :amazed: Nice! :bow:

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