Psilocybe Cubensis Rusty Whyte Spore Syringe


The Spore Syringe version of this product has been permanently discontinued in favor of its Liquid Culture Syringe counterpart! If you are interested in this strain, please use the search bar to find the liquid culture version.

Alternatively, read our article spores vs. liquid culture for more information about liquid cultures.

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Product Short Description

Recommended skill level: Novice mycologist or researcher

  • ThickSpores very own, isolated Rusty Whyte spores
  • 10ML Rusty Whyte spore syringe
  • Individually packaged
  • Sterile, unopened dispensing needle including.
  • 30% lower priced than most of our competitors
  • 90 day replacement guarantee
  • More details in the product description below

Rusty Whyte Spores

Rusty Whyte Mushroom spores are suspended in an aqueous solution within a 10ml luer lok syringe. Each spore syringe will arrive in an individual zipper bag. One sterile 16g needle for the application of spore solution on a microscopy slide is included per item. A syringe tip cap is installed to prevent leaking.


  • Extra dense spore syringe
  • Visibile spores to the naked eye
  • Billions of spores in every syringe
  • Discreet and fast shipping

The legality of Psilocybin Mushroom Spores

Psilocybin Mushroom Spores are legal in most U.S. States. Georgia and Idaho have banned these spores. To know if spores are legal in your state, please see our post about psilocybin mushroom spore legality.


Cultivation of Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms is illegal in all states. Federal law also prohibits the cultivation of psilocybe spores. A license issued by the D.E.A. is required to legally cultivate this species of mushroom spores.


Species: Psilocybe Cubensis
Classification: Hallucinogenic
Cap: 25-100mm in diameter. The shape of cap is flat to convex. Becomes convex with age. The color is Dark red to gold.
Stem: 150-250mm in length. Sometimes the base of the stem is enlarged. The color is yellow to buff, which has a
reflective sheen. Sometimes the stem has a brown stripe that runs the entire length vertically. Stem bruises from green to
blue were injured.
Gills: The color of the gills is greyish before spore production. Once the mushroom becomes mature, the gills turn
purple to black.
Spores: Brown to dark purple. The size of the spore is 13 x 8 micrometers on 4 spored basidia.


The product is only intended for microscopy, taxonomy identification, or collection purposes. Spores are not intended for human consumption.

How to make a microscope slide with a mushroom spore syringe

  1. Gather the necessary materials: mushroom spore syringe, microscope slide, and slide cover slip.
  2. Place the microscope slide on a flat surface.
  3. Remove the cap from the mushroom spore syringe.
  4. Squeeze the syringe plunger to expel a few drops of spore solution onto the microscope slide.
  5. Allow the spore solution to spread over the surface of the slide.
  6. Place the slide cover slip over the spore solution on the slide.
  7. Press down the coverslip to ensure the spore solution is spread evenly.
  8. Allow the slide to dry before use.


Always observe proper sanitation procedures when handling a spore syringe in preparation for viewing spores through a microscope. Wear gloves. Wipe your gloves and spore the syringe with isopropyl alcohol to sanitize those parts. Before performing microscopic research studies, sanitize the dispensing needle, which is simple. Put the tip of
the needle into the flame of a butane lighter until it turns red. Then squirt a small amount of the spore solution out of the syringe to cool the needle.