Mikroscope Images 3
Accumulation of tiny biofilm filaments that can create unreal structures.
Previously, these white filaments (streamers) grew out of a black filament (wildlife form)
Rhizobium radiobacter filament bundle surrounded by slimy biofilm
Filament bundles that become brownish after a long period of time under oxygen exposure
All these elongated streamer forms (1 - 4), also called "Root biofilms",
emerged from one single black filament (wildlife form).
It is interesting that they all have different colored bodies; Blue, Pink, Purple and Orange.
The diameter of this object bundle was about 1 mm.
These elongated biofilm filaments (length 1-2 mm) are also often found on sufferers.
No wonder, that most sufferers claim that they look like tiny worms, but they are not!