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I'm no master...but the same has happened to me on every plate of Lions I've done. It stretches out slowly (in the visible form) like branches...then stops and doesn't do anything there after. Such a peculiar strain it is.
Hericium erinaceus isn't a compact mycelium like Pleurotus ostratus, or similar.
I still have wedges of the "Roger Rabbit" strain. It's a really good performer. I've another strain called "Iceberg" that's slower and less compact of the "Roger Rabbit" one. This however it's totally normal, you'll see the surface of the mycelium change when will fruit and you'll ask to yourself "From where does this compact mycelium come?!"
If you want any of the Roger Rabbit strain email me at email@example.com, actually I'm still cleaning the "Iceberg" strain.
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