This tiny Annelid was taken care by the students for a week….It had its own place in the classroom.
Kids had got 2 different kinds of caterpillars….they had fun comparing both the creatures.
The grass collected by a kid under miscope
The cells showing the chloroplasts under the microscope
The above specimen was collected by a kid from a hose used at his home. The above picture of the algae was taken using the miscope.
The above picture is of a single filament of the algae under the microscope
These structures seemed like diatoms.
The larva was collected by the kids. The above picture shows the larva in the process of becoming a pupa
The above picture shows the completely formed pupa.
Fruiting body of the mold
The interspersed fungal hyphae
kids caught a housefly in the school to get a better look at it under miscope.
The grasshopper that the kids got hold of in our school
A closer look at the antenna
A closer look at the leg
The colorful spines and the claw
Crystals Growing on Clay via BioBus NYC
Hi Parikrma Foundation, Bangalore, India! Welcome to MicroGlobalScope. Can you find 5 different plants, flowers, insects, bugs, or materials that are unique or iconic to your area and take a photo of each one with your MiScope? Can’t wait to see what you find!