The Hawaiian Cubensis is a very beautiful, stalky, picture-perfect mushroom that would be a great candidate for a textbook image of Psilocybe Cubensis. It is not an extremely tall mushroom but it does have one of the wider caps in the species. Stalk is of medium thickness but fruits are more dense than average. Caps tend to be speckled with flakes which is a common Cubensis trait but seems to be more pronounced and stay with age with the Hawaiian Cubensis. This happens even more often on Hawaiians that grow on Dung.
Fruiting substrate: Pasteurized wheat straw, horse/cow manure/straw compost
Temperature during colonization: 79 – 84 F
Temperature during cropping: 75 – 80 F
Humidity: > 90%