MRG Fusarium-like Fibril
This colorful artifact is commonly seen in specimens sent to MRG for examination and identification. It can be found nearly everywhere, indoors and out and is a constituent of most “house dust”. Until a better identification is provided, it will be called MRG Fusarium-like fibril. Others have stated they believe the red variety of this artifact to be “male” and the blue “female”. MRG questions this call as specimens have been observed in every color of the rainbow. This specimen was captured at 150x using dark-field microscopy.
This unidentified artifact known to us as the MRG Red Fusarium-like Fibril contains an unexplained node. (100x)
Artifacts presented here appear to have a connection with Morgellons syndrome.
- All specimens shown on these pages have been found in the environment of Morgellons sufferers — be it airborne or found in bedding or exuded/erupted from a dermatological lesion.
- All photographs presented are photo-micrographs shot with microscope/camera combinations, many at below 100x magnification.
- None of the artifacts shown here have been identified, to date, though having been presented to a variety of professional specialists.
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