Looked at fluid from an active lesion.
The first two pics are from the "plasma" portion
that was conveniently separating itself from the
heavier "blood and gel" mass.
I do not think that these are morgellons fibers.
The morg fibers build themselves into long columns;
wire like shapes...not plant like forms.
They sprout out of the pigmented gels...which
are assembled along with the morg particles.
Morg fibers don't have "leaf" structures.
Morg fibers "root" out of gels..and only grow in one direction...not several at the same time.
What I see in these pics is something that seems to be
sprouting from a "spore"..and growing in several directions
at the same time.
No pigmented gels.
Sprouting out of the green tinted mess I often see
with the plant-like fibers.
Curving, complex form..not a simple column...like a hair is.
These curvy greenish tint things grow into plant like
I think I have taken a mugshot of some kind of fungal growth that looks very plant like when it matures.
I find them everywhere..especially in urine..and they
are a dead ringer for what is growing in the tapwater.
I believe I have more than one problem going on..the morg
fibers and their associated lesions..as well as fungal
overgrowth..that may be operating in some synergistic
way with the morgellons infection.
...or it may just be taking advantage of a trashed immune
system, courtesy of the morg assault.
added a 3rd pic, also taken at 400x of another
of the "spore things" [i suspect a fungus of some type] that is sprouting whiskers.
This shot was taken in the mass of goo that makes up
the heavier portions of the lesion fluid.