Molluscipox virus and connective tissue fibers 30,000: 1
The image shows some molluscipox viruses (MC viruses) between collagen fibers (connective tissue fibers) from a squeezed dandelion. Dandelions are pin-prickly to pea-sized, white, reddish or skin-colored nodules with a smooth and often glossy surface, which are always manifold. Dandelions are particularly common in children, but they usually last only 6-18 months and then disappear completely.
Transmission electron microscope, 30,000: 1 (at 12x12cm image size)