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Mycelia code


Lignicolous Mushrooms

Series 2000: Pleurotus

Pleurotus ostreatus (Winter Oyster Mushroom, Pearl Oyster Mushroom)


  • highly productive hybrids - our best seller which we always have in stock is the M 2191:

M 2181

M 2191

M 2175

Pleurotus ostreatus var. florida (Florida Oyster Mushroom)

M 2125

Pleurotus pulmonarius (Summer Oyster Mushroom)

M 2204

Pleurotus sajor-caju (Indian Oyster Mushroom)

M 2345

Pleurotus citrinopileatus (Golden Oyster Mushroom, Yellow Oyster Mushroom)

M 2502

Pleurotus eryngii (King Oyster Mushroom)


  • thick stem large cap:

M 2600

  • thick stem small cap:

M 2603

Pleurotus ferulae (Asafetida, White Elf)

M 2650

Pleurotus nebrodensis (White Elf) M 2670

Pleurotus salmoneostramineus (Pink Oyster Mushroom)

M 2708

Pleurotus cystidiosus (Abalone Oyster Mushroom, Cherry Oyster Mushroom)

M 2800

Series 3000: Lentinula

Lentinula edodes (Shiitake)


Our strains are ordered from more koshin (top) to more donko (bottom) (*)


M 3102

M 3776

M 3782

M 3710

M 3770  

M 3790

M 3714

Series 4000: other lignicoles

Agrocybe aegerita (Black Poplar Mushroom)

M 4101

Kuehneromyces mutabilis (Changeable Agaric)

M 4120

Pholiota nameko (Nameko Mushroom)

M 4190

Flammulina velutipes (Velvet Foot Collybia, enoki)


  • yellow variety:

M 4600

  • white variety:

M 4622

Armillaria mellea (Honey Mushroom)

M 4655

Hypsizygus ulmarius, syn. Lyophyllum ulmarium (Elm Oyster Mushroom)

M 4776

Hypsizygus tessulatus (Buna-Shimeji)


  • beige variety

M 4780

  • white variety

M 4786

Series 4300: luminous mushrooms

Omphalotus japonicus (Tsukiyo-Take, Jack-O'-Lantern Mushroom)

M 4310

Omphalotus nidiformis (Ghost Fungus)

M 4320

Omphalotus illudens (Olearius, Jack-O'-Lantern Mushroom)

M 4330

Panellus stipticus (Bitter Oyster)

M 4340

Straw Mushrooms

Series 5000 : Stropharia

Stropharia rugoso-annulata (Wine-red Stropharia, Garden Giant Mushroom)


  • brown variety:

M 5012

Compost Mushrooms

Series 7000: Agaricus

Agaricus bisporus, var. bisporus (White Button Mushroom)


  • large, high-quality mushrooms:

M 7205

  • fast-budding, small mushrooms:

M 7206

  • highly productive strains with medium-size fruitbodies:


M 7215

M 7218

M 7219

Agaricus bisporus, var. hortensis (Champignon de Paris, Portabella, Portobello)

M 7243

Agaricus arvensis (Horse Mushroom)

M 7400

Agaricus brasiliensis “blazei”, syn. Agaricus Brunescens (Almond Mushroom)

M 7700

Series 8000: other compost mushrooms

Coprinus comatus (Horsetail Fungus)

M 8102

Macrolepiota procera (Parasol Mushroom)

M 8321

Lepista nuda (Blewitt)

M 8551


Hericium erinaceus (Monkey Head, Lion’s Mane)

M 9514

Hericium coralloides (Comb Tooth, Coral Fungus)

M 9530

Auricularia auricula-judae (Juda’s Ear)

M 9610

Auricularia polytricha (Wood Ear)

M 9620

Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)

M 9720

Ganoderma lingzhi (Reishi)

M 9724

Ganoderma applanatum (Artist’s Fungus)

M 9730

Phellinus linteus (Mesimakobu, Song Gen, Sang Hwang)

M 9750

Grifola frondosa (Hen-of-the-Woods, Maitake)


  • fine leaves, cream-coloured fruitbodies:

M 9820

  • fine leaves, short cycle, greyish-coloured fruitbodies, tasty:

M 9825

  • fine leaves, short cycle & one big yield, dark grey fruitbodies, very intensive smell and taste
M 9827

Grifola umbellata (Polyporus umbellatus, Polypore)

M 9830

Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail, Many-Zoned Polypore)

M 9911


Morchella angusticeps N.-American (Black Morel)

M 10100

Morchella esculenta (Yellow Morel, Common Morel)

M 10110

Morchella elata (Morel, Black Morel, Fire Morel)

M 10120

(*) All shiitake strains can produce both koshin and donko mushrooms depending on the fruiting conditions (light, humidity, etc), but some strains have a stronger 'koshin' tendency and others have a more 'donko' tendency. koshin types: slow incubation, rapid fructification, fruitbodies pale and light / donko types: rapid incubation, later fructification, fruitbodies dark and heavy

Our strain collection is mainly composed of cultivable mushrooms, for culinary, medicinal and other uses. We have around 200 strains and species in stock, of which 95% is 'active', i.e. not in frozen condition only.


1) not all strains have an online data sheet and

2) not all our strains are advertised on the internet.

A number of other species that we have in stock, both in deep-frozen condition as in mother culture and/or mother spawn:

-          Volvariella volvaceae / bombycina

-          Sparassis crispa

-          Cordiceps militaris

-          Macrocybe crassa

-          Leucoagaricus leucothites

-          Phallus impudicus

-          Tremella mesenterica

-          Fomes fomentarius

-          Fomitopsis officinalis

-          Phellinus linteus

-          Laetiporus sulphureus

-          Pycnoporus sanguineus

-          Trichaptum biforme

-          Piptoporus betulinus

-          Schizophyllum commune

-          Verpa bohemica

Technical information: we provide you with as accurate information as possible on our strains and their cultivation method. For some strains, such as Morchella div. sp., the cultivation method is still in the research phase, or not available for confidentiality reasons. In other cases, e.g. when mushrooms can not be commercially cultivated, the mycelium is grown for direct use in food supplements.

Availability: our standard strain list above displays all strains of which spawn can be immediately produced on ordering. The maximum terms of delivery are shown next to the strain number. Other strains take a few weeks longer.