Malabar Magic Mushroom Information
CAP: Malabar’s cap is 50mm in size, broadly convex to plane at maturity. He’s a yellowish brown in colour, maturing to a darker centre. Its surface is dry, small spots remaining from the universal veil.
GILLS: The gill attachment on this Shroom is adnate to adnexed. It’s greyish in colour, becoming a little darker with age.
STEM: This mushie’s stem is 150mm in length, and a yellowish colour. His flesh bruises bluish green when damaged. He has a persistent membranous annulus that stays tenaciously attached between his cap and stem until full maturity. In some specimens, this never goes away.
SPORES: Malabar’s spores are dark purplish brown, and subellipsoid on four-spored basidia. Doesn’t produce many spores.
HABITAT: This exotic Shroom loves a subtropical home, complete with equine dung enriched soils.