Thanks @glyph and @Kiwii for the awesome input and information.
I just made 3 fresh plates of agar, with regard to your advise.
I flame sterilized my scalpel before alcohol was added to the glovebox.
Then i proceeded to spray it done some more from the inside.
However to be honest i was a little worried about the alcohol fumes possibly killing the mycelium when i opened the lids - so i waited a little bit (as patiently as possible) for the alcohol to evaporate a little.
Then i unwrapped the mother agar dish to transfer from into the new fresh agar. Seems like im getting a little more used to the gloves now.
Before it was extremely tricky to take off and put on micropore tape…
I made cube incisions into the mycelium agar towards the rhizomorphic growth away from the cloudy looking “mycelium”, extracted and gently placed them into the center’s of each new petri dish - on top of the fresh agar (except for one, which fell to the side off my scalpel mistakenly)
I must say the whole experience was quite stressful, just exposing my dishes like that, even in the still air.
I was also wondering about the black soot formed on the scalpel after flame sterilizing, couldnt that potentially contaminate the agar?
I didnt want to wipe the scalpel clean before extraction just in case i contaminated it.
But anyways a little bit of black residue from the burnt scalpel was left on the agar.
I have now stored the 4 dishes (including the original mother) in my cupboard, all sealed up.
Tomorrow I will send photo’s. When the mycelium is a little more settled for its photoshoot.
Thanks guys for the assistance so far, will keep you posted as it develops