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I've heard that A. Bisporus mycelium is rather thin and looks closer to cobweb mold. I've never seen any A. Bisporus in petris myself.
Well, I had some extra innoculum left over and decided to fuck around. I didn't really expect this to work.
I took store bought composted dairy cow manure (I know, bad choice) and mixed it with straw. I then put it in a quart jar. After it was pasteurized and cooled, I opened the jar and tossed in the innoculum. This was done in a glovebox.