Our project was twinned with Dr. Kalawati Saini , Asstt. Prof. Miranda House Delhi. Under this twinning programme me with my PI Dr. Anjana Singha Naorem visited IARI,Delhi on oct 21st and collected some samples( Heteropteran spp) from there.
One drop of pond water was put in a cavity slide and sealed with microtransparent cellotape and observed under microscope. Some micro-organism were seen to moving here and there. I couldn’t make out what are these actually?
Dear sir, I am a research scholar of Cotton university, Assam doing research on insects. Someday before,I have seen a video of u, where u were observing developing insect under foldscope and some other large insects too. I just want to know how u are able to observe such large insects? Because the resolution of…
Under surface of nail is scratched by toothpick and put on a clean slide and observed under the foldscope.
I am working as a project assistant of DBT foldscope project entitled ” Study and comparison of heteropteran diversity in two different regions of Guwahati area” at Cotton University, Assam. These pictures were clicked while I was collecting bugs with my project PI Dr. Anjana Singha Naorem, Asstt Proff. Of Cotton University from CPCRI campus.
Bugs used to suck plant sap by using their sucking type of mouth parts. For this, they first puncture the skin surface of the plant. The type of puncture varies in all plant sap sucking bugs. In these pictures, the yellow colored round portion is a puncture made by Nigera viridula,which is commonly known as…
As bug sucks plant sap, they have sucking type of mouth parts. Here I have uploaded some pictures of mouth part of bug( Rainbow shield bug)