Marketplace

🍄 TMN 🍄 MARKETPLACE 🍄

Welcome to the 🍄 Mushroom Network’s Marketplace! We recognize that the vast diversity of fungi can be both enchanting and, at times, a bit overwhelming. To make your journey smoother, we’ve categorized our collection into several primary categories for ease of navigation:

Ascetic-Looking | Gourmets (Edible) | Medicinals | Psychedelics | Bioluminescence | Research & Education

If you’re unsure where to start or looking for something specific, allow our Fungi Finder Guide to lead the way!!!

Shop By The Type Of Mushroom Genetic Properties:

Featured Marketplace Items

🍄🔬 Genetic Media Types

At the 🍄 Mushroom Network's Marketplace, Mycologist Vendors offer a diverse range of genetic media types to cater to the needs of mycology enthusiasts and professionals alike. These media types play a crucial role in the cultivation and propagation of mushroom genetics. Let's explore each category:

Spore Swabs are sterile cotton swabs used to collect and preserve mushroom spores. They provide a convenient way to obtain spores from a mushroom’s fruiting body for further study, cultivation, or microscopy.

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Spore Syringes contain suspended mushroom spores in a sterile liquid solution. These syringes allow for controlled and precise inoculation of substrates or agar media, facilitating the growth of mycelium and the development of fruiting bodies.

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Spore Prints are obtained by placing a mushroom cap gill-side down on a clean surface, allowing the spores to drop and form a pattern. Spore prints are used for identification, taxonomy, and as a source for creating spore syringes or spore swabs.

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Agar Punches are small cylindrical pieces of agar media containing mycelium or specific genetic strains. They are commonly used for inoculating new agar plates, transferring mycelium to different media, or creating mycelium culture libraries. 

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Agar Plates are sterile petri dishes filled with a nutrient-rich agar medium. They provide an ideal substrate for mycelium growth and isolation. Agar plates are widely used for the cultivation, propagation, and study of mushroom genetics. 

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Agar Colony Slants are test tubes filled with agar media that have been allowed to solidify at an angle. They provide a stable surface for mycelium growth, making it easier to preserve and store specific genetic strains for extended periods. 

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Liquid Culture Syringes contain a sterile liquid medium enriched with nutrients, promoting the rapid growth and expansion of mycelium. They are used for inoculating substrates or agar media and are particularly useful for large-scale cultivation or quick mycelium propagation. 

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Colony Master Slurry is a concentrated suspension of mycelium and nutrients. It serves as a valuable source for inoculating substrates, agar media, or liquid cultures, ensuring consistent and reliable genetic propagation. 

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Colony  Preservation Vials are small containers designed to store and preserve live mycelium cultures. These vials provide a stable environment for long-term storage and serve as a genetic repository for maintaining specific strains over time. 

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FAQ

What is the Marketplace?

The Marketplace is the core platform within the 🍄 Mushroom Network where verified Mycologist Vendors can list their mushroom genetics and mycology products for sale, and Patrons can browse, purchase, and leave reviews.

Do you sell psilocybin or other illegal mushrooms?

No, we do not sell any psilocybin or other illegal mushrooms. However, some Mycologist Vendors do legally offer spore prints, spore syringes, and spore swabs, which are allowed under Florida law. We strictly adhere to the law that prohibits the germination of these spores, as it is illegal to cultivate psilocybin mushrooms in Florida. (Click Here) to be taken to learn more.

Where do your images of mushrooms that may contain psilocybin or other prohibited US mushrooms come from?

The images of mushrooms that may contain psilocybin or other US prohibited mushrooms that we display on 🍄 Mushroom Network are intended for informational and educational purposes only. These images are sourced from a variety of reliable sources, including Project Aurora Collective Members, field foragers, Patrons, Mycologist Vendors, and various hub labs located outside of the United States. Additionally, we supplement our collection with images from several CC0 Image Databases to provide our users with a diverse range of high-quality visuals.

Are the Mycologist Vendors on the Mushroom Network reputable and trustworthy?

We strive to ensure that all Mycologist Vendors on the 🍄 Mushroom Network are reputable and trustworthy. We have an extensive verification processes in place and encourage Patrons to leave reviews based on their experiences. However, we always recommend doing your own research and reading reviews to make informed decisions before making a purchase.

Are there any discounts or promotions available on the Mushroom Network?

Discounts and promotions may be offered by individual sellers on the 🍄Mushroom Network. We encourage you to explore the Marketplace and check for any ongoing deals or special offers. Additionally, subscribing to our newsletter or following our social media channels can keep you updated on exclusive discounts and promotions.

Are there any shipping restrictions for mushroom products?

Certain shipping restrictions may apply to specific mushroom products based on legal regulations and the destination country or region. Please review the product descriptions and shipping information provided by the seller to ensure compliance with any applicable restrictions. We will not ship any active spores to GA, CA, or ID.

Can I track my orders on the 🍄 Mushroom Network?

Yes, you can track your orders on the 🍄 Mushroom Network. Once your order is shipped, you will receive a tracking number that you can use to monitor the delivery status of your package.

How To View Your Spores Under Microscope?

If you want to take a closer look at spores, transferring them onto a glass slide and covering it with a cover slip is the way to go. Then, place the slide onto the stage of your microscope to get a closer look. For beginners, we highly recommend the Amscope B120 Compound Microscope, which is an excellent option with high-quality features and capabilities.

How do I create an account on the Mushroom Network?

Creating an account on the 🍄 Mushroom Network is easy and FREE! Simply click on the "Create Account" button (or Click Here) on the main and follow the instructions to provide your patron account information. Once registered, you'll have access to a variety of features and benefits.

Is it safe to make purchases on the Mushroom Network?

Yes, making purchases on the 🍄 Mushroom Network is safe and secure. We prioritize the privacy and security of our Patrons and Mycologist Vendors, and we implement industry-standard security measures to protect your personal information and ensure a safe shopping experience. We further partnered with third-party payment processors such as PayPal and Stripe to securely process payments securely on their sites to add even more security when purchasing items on the Marketplace.

Can I sell my own mushroom genetics and/or mycology products on the Mushroom Network?

Yes, Patrons can become a verified Mycologist Vendor on the 🍄 Mushroom Network and list your own mushroom genetics and mycology products for sale. Simply go through the Mycologist Vendor verification process and start sharing your offerings with the Mycology Community.

How can I become a verified seller on the Marketplace?

To become a verified Mycologist Vendor on the 🍄 Mushroom Network's Marketplace, Patrons should (Click Here) to be taken to the Mycologist Vendor registration to begin the process. By becoming a Mycologist Vendor, will involve providing some necessary information (such as a valid email address that we can send your payouts to), verifying your identity, and complying with our Mycologist Vendor Agreement. Contact our Patron Support team or visit the Mycologist Vendor registration for more information.

How can I contact a Mycologist Vendor if I have questions about their products?

If you have questions about a specific product or need more information from a Mycologist Vendor, you can use the messaging feature provided on their Shop's page. This allows you to communicate directly with the Mycologist Vendor and get the answers you need. And you can ALWAYS reach out to the Patron Support Team for additional assistance as well.

Are the Mycologist Vendors on the Mushroom Network reputable and trustworthy?

We strive to ensure that all Mycologist Vendors on the 🍄 Mushroom Network are reputable and trustworthy. We have an extensive verification processes in place and encourage Patrons to leave reviews based on their experiences. However, we always recommend doing your own research and reading reviews to make informed decisions before making a purchase.

How do I search for specific mushroom products on the marketplace?

To search for specific mushroom products on the Marketplace, you can use the search bar located at the top of the page. Enter relevant keywords, such as the specific mushroom species or product name, SKU, etc. to narrow down your search and find what you're looking for.

What should I do if I have a problem with a Mycologist Vendor or an order?

If you encounter any issues with a Mycologist Vendor or an order on the 🍄 Mushroom Network, we recommend either contacting the Mycologist Vendor directly or reach out to the Patron Support Team for additional guidance and support.