The classic Cambodian variety, now in new and mutated Leucistic! Cambodian is a classic variety that was originally harvested by John Allen while in Cambodia. These were growing in cattle dung outside of the temple, Angkor Wat, in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This variety has a mutation that causes it to go leucistic! This causes the loss in pigmentation, but differs from albinism because the loss of pigmentation isn’t complete. If it was albino, the spores would be white as well!