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Creeper mushroom spores

Order sterile Creeper spore syringes from Psilocybin Circus. Introducing the beguiling Creeper Spore Syringes, a fascinating addition to the Psilocybin Circus collection that evokes the intrigue and mystery of the mycological world! Derived from the captivating Creeper strain of Psilocybe cubensis, these spore syringes are perfect for cultivators seeking an enigmatic and visually striking mushroom variety, celebrated for its vigorous growth and deeply introspective experiences.


Each Creeper Spore Syringe is skillfully prepared, containing 10ml of high-quality, contaminant-free spores suspended in distilled water. Expertly crafted in a state-of-the-art sterile environment, we meticulously inspect every batch under a microscope to ensure the cleanliness and viability of our spores, setting the stage for an extraordinary mycological adventure.

Buy the most popular spore syringes for microscopy research online here.

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Spore syringes for Creeper psychedelic mushrooms

Order Creeper mushroom spore syringes online from Psilocybin Circus. Creepers (also known as Keeper’s Creepers) are another Hawaiian-born strain with a name that may be misleading. Creeping is defined as “(of a negative characteristic or fact) occurring or developing gradually and almost imperceptibly.” Ironically, Creepers boats some of the fastest colonization speeds of any Psilocybe cubensis – people report seeing signs of growth in as little as two days after inoculation.

This benefit makes the Creepers an excellent choice for novice mycologists, as having patience can be one of the most challenging aspects of the cultivation process. The only compromise for the rapid colonization is that the fruiting bodies tend to be smaller than other strains of similar potency.

Creeper mushroom spore syringes
Creeper mushroom spore syringe from Psilocybin Circus.

Creeper mushroom spores

Introducing our Creeper mushroom spores, a highly sought-after strain for microscopy research. These Creeper spores are perfect for those looking to study the unique characteristics of psilocybin mushrooms and gain a deeper understanding of their growth and development. The Creeper strain, also known as Keepers Creepers spores, is known for its fast colonization time, high yield and its reputation as a beginner-friendly strain that produces consistent results.

Our Creeper spores are sourced from the highest quality specimens and are guaranteed to be viable for research purposes. They are sold in 47 states excluding California, Idaho and Georgia as per legal requirements.

This strain is well-suited for beginners, it is easy to grow and highly resistant to contamination. It is a great choice for those who are new to mushroom cultivation and microscopy research.

Our spores syringe will come pre-sterilized, ready to use and easy to store, making it easy for you to start your research. These spores are a great choice for beginners, intermediates, and advanced users alike. They are known for their fast colonization time, high yield and consistent results. With Creeper mushroom spores, you can be sure to get the best results every time.

Please note that these Creeper mushroom spores are for microscopy research purposes only and should not be used for cultivation or consumption. Order now and take the first step towards unlocking the secrets of these fascinating fungi. Creeper mushroom spores are a great choice for research, you will be able to study the unique characteristics of psilocybin mushrooms, and gain a deeper understanding of their growth and development. So, if you’re looking for high-quality Creeper spores, look no further than Psilocybin Circus.

Color of mushroom strain Creeper

The coloration of Creepers is also unique; instead of being your typical ‘Little Brown Mushroom’ with a tan or golden appearance, they often present with a striking reddish-brown aesthetic. Like virtually every other cubensis, spores will be dark brown to purple.

Why do they call it Creeper Mushroom?

Why is the sky called the sky? But seriously, sometimes etymology is an inexplicable mystery, as with Creeper mushrooms. The consensus behind the naming logic here is that since Creepers spread and colonize so ridiculously fast, they are seen to constantly ‘creep’ into their surroundings. It’s a bit confusing, though, as generally creeping refers to very slow and barely noticeable movement – which is the opposite of what happens when inoculating with this tenacious, unrivaled Psilocybe species. 

Mycelium is a term known by many, largely thanks to pioneers like Paul Stamets and Terence McKenna. While many believe a fungus to be only a mushroom (also called a fruiting body), this misconception has misled and undersold our society on the importance of fungi. 

Many species of fungi never produce fruiting bodies and consist exclusively of mycelium. Fun fact: mycelium requires no sunlight to grow – the only use it has for light is to let the mycelium know it has reached the surface and, therefore, can pop up a mushroom. The sunlight is more of a ‘queue’ rather than an energy source,

To use a typical plant as an analogy, mycelium would be the root system and mushrooms the flower/leaves. When compared to a plant, mycelium is the root system, and the mushroom is the flower. Mycelium is comprised of hyphae – microscopic, single-celled, rectangular-shaped structures that attach end-to-end (sometimes they also branch into two different directions), often sometimes creeping for many miles. Mycelium can grow via enzyme secretion from its hyphael tips to digest the surrounding Earth, absorbing soil-based nutrition. Like many other organisms, nutrient availability and genetics allow some species to grow much faster – this is the case with Creeper, and that’s why people have come to count on it for lightning-fast colonization speed.

Mycorrhizae are a beneficial type of mycelium, as they grow directly on the roots of plants. While, at first glance, this could sound like a parasitic relationship, it is a beautiful demonstration of a symbiotic interaction. The mycelium grows out from the roots and into the soil, allowing the plants to draw nutrients from the ground at a reach up to 100x further than without the mycorrhizae. In addition, the mycelium will provide nutrients like phosphorus to its host, receiving carbohydrates and complex sugars which the fungus cannot produce on its own. 

Creeper – Specifications

Creeper caps can reach over 35mm in diameter and have a reddish/cinnamon-brown color that turns golden/yellow when mature. Caps should feel dry to the touch, while the fruits get as tall as 120mm. Classic blue-green reactions are visible when the mushrooms are handled or bruised.

What is a Creeper, if not a Mushroom?

When we speak of a Creeper in day-to-day life, it’s usually when referring to things with quite negative connotations – perhaps the coworker who loves to pat your back after a not-so-funny joke, saying, ‘hey wouldn’t it be cool to hang out in my basement sometime and play with syringes?’ or the older gentleman who visits college campuses a bit too frequently. 

Creepers can also be plants with a weak stem that grows horizontally across the ground, around other plants, or vertically up a wall; these creeping plants have fragile branches that cannot stand erect and support their weight. Typical creeper vegetation includes pumpkin, watermelon, sweet potato, clover, and purslane.

Fans of the legendary video game Minecraft may have something else entirely come to mind when hearing of a Creeper. From the Minecraft Wiki:

“A creeper is a common hostile mob that silently approaches players before exploding. Due to their distinctive appearance and a high potential for killing unwary players – as well as damaging the environment and players’ constructions – creepers have become one of the icons of Minecraft, both among players and non-players.”

To have the apex Creeper mushroom experience, you’ll need to be tripping balls while eating a fresh-picked watermelon in one hand and building a Minecraft city with the other (feeling on edge due to the possibility of a sudden and unexpected creeper appearance). At the same time, your girlfriend shouts the insult “Creeper!” at you from another room after secretly reading through your texts to her Mother.

In closing, it’s arguably great fun to eat fungi grown from wild Creeper spores, grow watermelons in your raised beds, and play Minecraft for hours on end (avoiding creepers if you’re lucky) – but please, don’t be a real-life Creeper. 


We sell premium spore syringes made in sterile laboratory environments containing trillions of spores per syringe, suspended inside a 10cc syringe in pharmaceutical-grade distilled water (for research purposes only). All our syringes are made in a negative-pressure HEPA-filtered clean room. Cultivation of cubensis mushrooms is illegal in the United States of America. Psilocybin mushroom spores are legal in 47 of the 50 states, excluding California, Georgia, and Idaho.


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