Found it in stagnant water. @Laksayer
Found it in stagnant water.
I was looking for tardigrads in moss and I found this creature.
I centrifuged my blood and observed it under a foldscope.
I took a grain of corn and squeeze it I got some liquid I centrifuge it and observed it under a foldscope.
We can easily see the cells of garlic. The peel was not so dry. I took a peel and observed it under a foldscope.
I took some moss and put it in water for a day and observed it under a foldscope and I found this.
I found it in rain water. It moves slow
I found this ciliates in stored dirty rain water it was a bit green in colour. When I took some rain water on slide and covered it with cover slip and observed it under a foldscope I found some ciliates but when I applied some pressure on cover slip they were braking and all stuff…
I found this in rain water. And they were of different sizes and shapes.
I centrifuged some honey using paperfuge and observed it under a foldscope. In wild honey I found some pollen grains but in commercial honey I was not able to find pollen grains.
I took some milk in capillary tube and fixed it on a paperfuge and gave it a spin and I saw it under a foldscope.
I took some saliva on a glass slide and covererd it a cover slip and observed it under a foldscope and I found this cells
I tried to make a foldscope lens out of glass capillary tube. And I think I was able to make it
I found this in my backyard
I found this also in rain water . It is slightly pink coloured
Please help me to identify. It moves slow and turns