Can You Identify This Microscopic Image?

This is not a photograph of a reptile's skin. Can you figure out what it is?

Here's the full electron scanning microscope image with a scale bar. Any guesses? The answer is after the photo.

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Chanomphalus pilsbryi shell under a scanning electron microscope. Image credit: A. Thompson/USGS

This is a what a snail shell looks like under a scanning electron microscope. The Chanomphalus pilsbryi is a small, air-breathing terrestrial snail native to Nicaragua.

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Chanomphalus pilsbryi shell under a scanning electron microscope. Image credit: A. Thompson/USGS

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