Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library
Fungal Culture Library

Fungal Culture Library

Regular price
$20.00
Sale price
$20.00
Unit price
per 
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MushroomLife's Fungal Culture Library

Plates are $15 each unless otherwise noted

Agaricus sect. Arvensis (wild, North Carolina) $20
Agaricus nanaugustus (wild, Pennsylvania) $20
Akanthomyces aculeata (wild, Maryland) $20
Bondarzewia berkeleyi (wild, Maryland)
Calvatia rugosa (wild, Maryland) $20
Entoloma abortivum (wild, North Carolina) $20
Exidia crenata (wild, North Carolina) 
Fistulina hepatica (wild, Mexico)
Ganoderma applanatum (wild, Maryland)
Ganoderma curtisii (wild, California)
Ganoderma neojaponicum (wild, unknown location)
Ganoderma tsugae 001 (wild, Maryland)
Ganoderma tsugae 002 (wild, North Carolina)
Globifomes graveolens (wild, Pennsylvania)
Grifola frondosa (wild, Maryland)
Gymnopus luxurians (wild, Maryland)
Hericium erinaceus (cultivated)
Hypholoma lateritium (wild, North Carolina)
Laetiporus cincinnatus (wild, Pennsylvania)
Lepista tarda (wild, Maryland)
Leucocoprinus sp. (wild, Maryland, white/brown not yellow)
Macrolepiota procera (wild, North Carolina) $20
Morchella importuna (wild, west coast) $20
Morchella snyderi (wild, Oregon)
Panus concheatus (wild, Pennsylvania)
Pestalotiopsis microspora (the plastic eater, original culture via Rockefeller)
Phellinus ignarius (wild, unknown location)
Pleurotus citrinopileatus (wild, Maryland)
Pleurotus laevis (wild, North Carolina) $20
Pleurotus ostreatus "Black Pearl Oyster" (Japanese cultivar)
Pycnoporus cinnabarinus (wild, Maryland) $20
Stropharia rugosoannulata var. lutea (wild, Maryland) Makes mostly yellow and some red caps
Tolypocladium ophioglossoides (wild, North Carolina) $30


MushroomLife always uses the highest quality laboratory grade scientific agar available. Customers will receive a single agar dish for each strain purchased. Cultures are examined under microscopy and will arrive clean and ready to use. 

We stand by our cultures, meaning the culture you receive directly from MushroomLife will always be viable. If for some reason the culture is not viable or arrives contaminated, contact us immediately at mushroomlifellc@gmail.com, attach a photo of the plate, and we promise to either replace it for free, or send your money back.

Customers of cultures, please be aware of our policies regarding culture orders, stated below: 


1. We do not guarantee arrival of cultures shipped internationally. International customers must purchase at their own risk. 
2 We will not re-send cultures that the post office lost free-of-charge. If you re-order again, we will send them again. It's up to the buyer to file a claim with USPS if a culture order is lost in the mail. 
3. We will not replace broken cultures that USPS destroyed, free-of-charge. If you re-order again, we will send them again. It's up to the buyer to file a claim with USPS if the culture is destroyed en route. 
4. We do not assure survival of international or domestic cultures, as weather can be extreme in certain parts of the country, or world. Use your best judgement of when to order temperature sensitive materials like fungal cultures. We recommend tracking them with the tracking info we will provide and bring them inside immediately upon arrival and unpack promptly. This being said, we have never knowingly lost a culture due to temperature conditions, however we do leave the possibility open.