Albino Penis Envy Swab


Albino Penis Envy (APE) is a strain of psychedelic mushrooms known for its unique physical characteristics resembling a penis and high psilocybin content. APE is challenging to propagate and best suited for advanced researchers.

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Albino Penis Envy Mushroom Spores

Our Albino Penis Envy cotton swab microscopy kit comes 2 swabs covered in Albino Penis Envy mushroom spores.

This strain is recognized for its unique properties and is highly valued within mycology communities for scientific study.

General Overview

The Albino Penis Envy strain is a hybrid of the traditional PE. It gained popularity in the 1990s as a result of the extensive writings of psychonaut and mycologist Terence McKenna. Due to its propagation challenges, this strain is best suited for advanced researchers.

The APE strain is recognized for its high psilocybin content, making it a significant subject in scientific studies focused on the compound’s properties. It is also noted for its distinctive physical appearance, resembling its namesake, with dark purple-brown caps, short and stubby structure, white aging gills, and small caps.

Its unique shape and albinism make the APE strain easily identifiable and an interesting specimen for microscopic study. Researchers often utilize this strain to observe and study the effects and potential therapeutic applications of psilocybin in a controlled, scientific setting.

Legality, Recommendations, and More

Please note that our Albino Penis Envy mushroom spores are intended only for microscopy use and are not legal in all states. Please check your local laws before ordering. We do not ship to California, Idaho, & Georgia.

Explore the world of psilocybin mushroom spores with our Albino Penis Envy spore swab and other mushroom spore products available on our website. Be sure to also check out our article on buying psilocybin mushroom spores for more information.

Thanks for reading and happy researching!


These spores are intended for microscopy and taxonomy purposes only.  All images contained on this site are for educational reference only.  Cultivation of psilocybe genera mushrooms is illegal in many countries including most of the United States.