Rumoured to have been discovered by Terrance and Dennis McKenna in the 70s. Cap rarely separates from from the thick, textured stem. Often grows slower than other strains, but generally more dense. Prolific fruiter compared to other "mutant" strains. Likely from Amazonian Colombia, through the McKennas, but isolated and domesticated by Pollock. Well domesticated, good results with multi-spore. One of the most common strains. Produces few spores.