Microscopic research, Seeing is believing!
Microscopy; the practice of conducting research with a microscope.
Learning to use a microscope for studying mushrooms is challenging, but the rewards are worth it.
samples of spores for microscopy from many different Psilocybin Genera (both major and minor), including P. azurescens, P. cyanescens, P. mexicana, Panaeolus, and Psilocybe cubensis (the latter of which is the most common Psilocybe mushroom in the world). In the United States and many other nations, it is against the law to grow Psilocybian mushrooms.
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This kind produces exceptionally dense impressions that look incredible under the microscope.
High-magnification compound light microscopes are ideal for studying spores, hyphae, and most microorganisms. Light is magnified as it passes through a transparent specimen and into a viewing chamber equipped with curved lenses.
Put some water on a clear object slide and examine it. Put on a cover slip and mix a few spores into the water using the inoculation loop. View the spores by placing the item slip in a microscope.