Fungus spores phase contrast - Stock Image

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Description
Spores of the fungus Pestalotiopsis as seen with phase contrast optics, each spore is about 15 microns long. Phase contrast is a high contrast optical system that makes colorless objects visible without staining, but it does result in some blown highlights. These spores are almost invisible under normal bright-field illumination.

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