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    Bacilli and Cocci, colored with the Gram staining.
    Magnification: 1000x ( with immersion oil)

    I consider it an ultra-macro... :-) View On Black

    fran.hoyle, jtoc72, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. dominiqs 76 months ago | reply

      Invece che fare laboratorio seriamente...

    2. CdePaz 72 months ago | reply

      This would be right in :Microbiology Labs Training
      We would like to see this image in our pool. Please, join us.
      Microbiology Labs Training

    3. 72 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      I like the colours you have in the photo. They may the bacteria come alive! I have published the photo along with our news feature on Expatica Spain about how a bacterial outbreak in a Madrid hospital killed 18 people at
      I have also credited you accordingly.

      The Expatica Team

    4. mwendus 62 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing your photo. I wanted to let you know that I used it on my blog, in the post linked here. I also added your Flickr account to my "Meet the Photographers" page. Thanks again.

    5. kaibara87 62 months ago | reply

      thanks everyone!!! I'm honored!

    6. aaronlang 51 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Great colors! Who would have thought that bacteria could be so beautiful. We have placed your photograph at our site on medical translation and editing. We really appreciate your putting your photograph up at Flickr with a Creative Commons license. Your photograph is at our sample page on editing English translations written by nonnative speakers at Your name is under your photo and links to our credits page at Your name is listed there and links to your profile here at Flickr. And thanks again!

    7. BlueRidgeKitties 48 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Life Sciences Teaching Resource, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. LeeRoyDaRex [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      hey i was wondering if you could comment on my video and also tell what kind it is thanks

    9. Price Engines 47 months ago | reply

      It's like something out of fantastic journey.

      I borrowed your photo to illustrate a blog post on legionnaires disease in solar hot water systems and how to keep your system clean.

      Here's a link to your photo in situ:

      Regards and thanks for sharing.

    10. Cleaner Science 46 months ago | reply

      Hey! Wasn't sure if you knew, but your picture was mentioned here:

      Great shot!

    11. BharatDiscovery 42 months ago | reply

      Dear flickr user,

      We thank you for uploading your image on Flickr under the license
      “Creative Commons” We are pleased to inform you that we have used your image on (Hindi). Bharatdiscovery is an educational and non-commercial project.
      We found this image useful for our website users and we used the image for a non-profit purpose. If you have any objection, kindly let us know.
      The image will be removed from Bharatdiscovery. Please feel free to contact us OR
      Please visit Page- जीवाणु and Image- Bacteria

    12. mudfairyfarm 41 months ago | reply

      Great photo!
      I have just posted a blog about beneficial bacteria and plan to put this wonderful photo in, with an attribution link to you.
      Thanks for sharing it. Here is the link to the post:

    13. reportguy 36 months ago | reply

      Nice shot! I've used it for a post on microbes in food, with attribution and link back here. Thanks!

    14. RumpledElf 32 months ago | reply

      Hi, I've also used this photo, here:

      Another big thank you for sharing it!

    15. aloha979 19 months ago | reply

      Great photo, thank you for sharing! I used it in a post on the importance of "good microbes" (probiotics) & fermented foods in health conditions & crediting you as the photographer. Link to our post: Thanks!

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