This video shows a member of the Sciaridae family under the foldscope.
The insect was caught in the flower pot of a ficus benjamini plant using a yellow fly trap.
Its body length is approximately 1-2 mm – too big to image in a single view on the foldscope. Here are multiple images strung together to give a complete view:
Once caught, the specimen are quite difficult to handle as they are really delicate. It looks like in this example the neck was severed during mounting onto the slide, and a few leg parts were lost too. Still, this was the best specimen we got (after quite a few tries).