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Re: skin invader..exploded view.
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Published: 9 years ago
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Re: skin invader..exploded view.

...the shape on the left side of the red crystal?
...size would be about right for a baby mite..
[abt 100 microns more or less]..but I don't think so.
would have to be covered in ths same pink goo..

and I have yet to find a mite. I have searched for mites.
..for a year...trying to find the source of the skin damage. Have not found a single mite..or any insects..or
worms..that some morgies complain of. I only find..mORg
debris..fibers..crystals..pigments..morg nick nacks..

Even with the "handheld" scope I can track critter signs
down to 20 microns or so...i would expect a mite to be
in the 200-300 microns range..some sources claim 400microns
for a female mite.. If i had examination of
skin scrapes..which I do often should reveal them.
At the scale I'm looking..they would be as obvious as
being slapped with a herring. To say nothing of the
"skin tracks" they leave behind them as they drill from
place to place..

I have mites. I did bag two Demodex..which
I posted pics and a video of on Curezone. And they were in
their expected habitat..left side of the face..same side
where I had eyelashes go mysteriously...missing. many people complain of "worms" in the skin.
would love to see pics of what sort of thing they are
finding. I have never found any such critter. Endless many different presentations..but nothing..
"alive and wriggling" in the conventional sense.

I have doubts that the fibers are "alive" in the conventional sense for that matter. I think they are
only "constructs"..assembled things. For what purpose?
*shrug* what is the purpose of a fiber growing on the skin?
Its' not like a "normal" fungus that surfaces and forms fruiting bodies..makes spores..and scatters them.,,reproducing itself. The morg fibers..just..grow. Whats the point? The lesions do
tend to grow quickly once the fibers arrive..[waste products
from the fibers lysing skin cells? ]
Fungus mycelia can do that. Another hint that there is fungus dna/coding in this mess somewhere.

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