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  1. Pearl Chen says:

    Much more colourful than I imagined.

    That reminds me that I have a dust mite plush toy: http://www.giantmicrobes.com/us/products/dustmite.html It’s not colourful at all. 😦

  2. thanks rajini rao. Enjoying these with my children.. Last week i took them to a science fair.. They got interested in bacteria.. This is perfect

  3. Rajini Rao says:

    Delighted to hear that, Srikanth Ranganathan .

  4. J Stasko says:

    Maybe pollen in the upper right? Wow, and is that a collection of rbc’s, maybe a sloughed scab, or maybe squamous epithelium in the lower right? I’m tending to think it’s a scab because squamous epithelium (skin) would be a little flatter and maybe not have that toroidal look. The rest must be fibrous nylon and the like, but what’s that in the upper left, looking like a sea monster?

  5. uh-oh… Just a short while ago I ate a chocolate after it had fallen onto the carpet 😉

  6. J Stasko is not the only one wondering: just wth is that in the upper left, Rajini Rao?

  7. Rajini Rao says:

    Did you follow the scientifically sound 5 second rule, Marc Ponomareff ? 😉 I’m guessing pollen or some sort of plant spore. I don’t know of a microbe that looks like that.

  8. Rules be damned, Rajini Rao, we’re talking about chocolate here..

  9. Rajini Rao says:

    I hope you at least blew on it, LOL!

  10. Jim Knyght says:

    That dust is cleaner than my house!

  11. Rajini Rao says:

    It’s art, Jim Knyght ! That’s your excuse to stop dusting around the house. Who would destroy something so beautiful 🙂

  12. Suresh Singh says:

    so nice picture i love it all picture

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