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The Tasmanian strain of cubensis has excellent fruiting ability. The fruits The Tasmanian produces are large with some fruits reaching heights up to 8 inches. The caps on this strain are a light yellow in color. Colonization temperatures 84/86 degrees F. Fruiting temperatures 74/78 degrees F. is optimal. Tasmanian Magic Mushrooms: BackgroundTasmanian Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis Tasmanian) were originally found off the southern coast of Australia on the Island of Tasmania.This species is easy to cultivate due to its resistance to contamination and temperature variables, heavy sporulation, and rapid colonization and fruiting cycles and provides bountiful yields, which can be up to twice as fast as other cubensis species. Stems (stipes) are thicker towards the base of the mushroom and caps (pilei) are medium sized, broad and quite flat upon maturity, ranging from light beige to dark brown.Potency is regarded as average, with effects such as pronounced bodily vibrations, euphoria, and introspection.If you are looking to get up to speed on magic mushrooms, these articles on Frshminds will get you there in no time:Understanding and Measuring Magic Mushroom PotencyThe Taxonomy of Magic MushroomsMagic Mushroom Species vs. StrainPsilocybin Mushroom Anatomy 101Psilocybin Mushroom Species GuideLearn More about Magic MushroomsWhen Life Gives You Lemons, Try Lemon Tek!How To Properly Store Magic MushroomsMicrodosing Mushrooms Companies: Get To Know Them Where To Buy Magic Mushrooms Near MeFrshminds’ Guide to MicrodosingTasmanian Magic Mushrooms: HabitatOff the southern coast of Australia on the Island of Tasmania.Tasmanian Magic Mushrooms: Taxonomy/NamingGeneraPsilocybeSpecies NameCubensisSub SpeciesTasmanianCommon NameTasmanian magic mushroomsTasmanian Magic Mushrooms: Physical DescriptionPileasMedium sized, broad and quite flat upon maturity, ranging from light beige to dark brown. GillsSpore PrintSporesStipeStems are thicker towards the base of the mushroom.