Oct 12, 2010


This strain comes from the Malabar Coast in India. Initial observations of this strain in the wild note it will fruit well in higher than normal temps. This strain is a very poor spore depositor.
A characteristic of this species is the attached partial veil. The veil appears cortinate in nature, forming a small web-like pattern that stays tenaciously attached between cap and stem until the mushroom reaches full maturity. Even fully mature specimens may still have this veil attached.
Picture by Mac
  1. Hi! Just mailed my letter in late January for the first time. I’m very excited for my print and to study! I saw my top picks are now unavailable: PESA, Mex. Dutch King & McKennaii. If so, can you please substitute with Malabar? I. Looking for something that will like in higher temps. Thanks!!!

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