The end of the larvae has a siphon that stays outside the water so that the larva can breath. The other is the anal segment of the larva.
A sample of wool from a Jacob sheep. You can see the scaly texture on the individual strands that makes it suited for twisting into yarn.
My blood under foldscope
I don’t know exactly what it is, but Looks like a type of larvae. Not sure
After a year gap due to pandemic
Uh.. mmm… Yes . I saw and found some interesting atom like designs, but couldn’t capture it properly. Try and see what you get and reply down. Thankyou.
Nothing found rather than bubbles friends.
I saw something like in the pictures, like some sugar cubes, and actually, even small particles of salt is been viewed like a huge sugar crystal ! Thankyou.
Spiked pollen grains of hibiscus plant…most of the mavaceae family has the spiked pollen grains.
Picter shows the stomatae and guard cells of the wandering jew plant… beautiful pigmented cells of the wandering jew plant are also can be see
This is Onion cells under the foldscope!the black arrow shows plasmadesmata which are the inter-cellular cytoplasmic connection between plant cells and the blue arrow indicate the detached protoplast from the cellulose cellwall of the onion cells…
I saw many veins, and uh.. in the 1st and 3rd picture there is the middle vein of the crushed leaf. Actually, I got this leaf from near my home, where is a ” Milletta Pinnettia ” tree (also called Indian Beech) that is fully grown up. Thankyou!
I first time tried to see a solid under a folscope.So, first I broke cheese into small pieces as it is a colloid and then I put those pieces on slide.This is the structure of cheese.
3D pen filament florescent green
The given picture contains the microscopic structure of mosquito wing and the picture is taken by using Foldscope.Thank you