Leucistic JMF is an exciting new discovery in the JMF lineage that our grower Y’ma made this year in the Netherlands. Before coming to us, a friend discovered a stout and stumpy albino JMF pop from one of her monotubs. Unsure how to reliably stabilize the lineage, she passed it off to Y’ma to take care of the work. In the photos, you will see the classic, thick walled, lumpy JMF stems we all know and love, yet with a pigment lacking flesh nearing an albino white color. It took Y’ma around 9 months to get the strain dialed in. Many flushes with mixed fruits, (pigmented and leucistic), were common for the first four months of stabilizing this strain. Potency is on par with standard JMF, and the stability on this strain allows ease for your research. Standard JMF is a strain from a famed myco legend who went by the name MycoJoe. Joe found the wild cubensis strain which would go on to become JMF. Expect consistency with Leucistic JMF. This is currently our favorite strain of all time. Leucistic JMF Spores are dark purple and better accessed via spore swab than spore print.