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My pic for attention. Shout out to cuddlefish and coral for it by the way.

My question is I see some jawbreaker shrooms with way more red than others. Do they change? Do they get more red with time? What you see now is what you get?

Sorry if this is a stupid question lol.

 

 

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They will all be a little different to some extent. Some will have more red flecks, some will have just a few. Some will get the green specks as they mature. I have a good sized momma and it just started getting the green. Nice shroom by the way. Can't really go wrong high quality mushrooms.

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They will all be a little different to some extent. Some will have more red flecks, some will have just a few. Some will get the green specks as they mature. I have a good sized momma and it just started getting the green. Nice shroom by the way. Can't really go wrong high quality mushrooms.

Thank you sir. Would love to see pics of yours.


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It depends on genetics is my opinion. Here are three babies that came off the same mom. Mom has really nice coloration with lots of red. One baby has red and the other two don't really. I personally think it's luck of the draw/genes for coloration. Bret is right that green and purple spots can develop with maturity but that can take 5 years or more haha. 3d981c207c8529dbb3d75cda1dff1b0e.jpg

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It depends on genetics is my opinion. Here are three babies that came off the same mom. Mom has really nice coloration with lots of red. One baby has red and the other two don't really. I personally think it's luck of the draw/genes for coloration. Bret is right that green and purple spots can develop with maturity but that can take 5 years or more haha. 3d981c207c8529dbb3d75cda1dff1b0e.jpg
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Very nice.


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