Variety of Unknown Skin Parasites, Flat Worm, Platyhelminth, Morgellons, Fiber Bundle or Cocoon, Larvae, Jellyfish looking specimen...
Two Pink Skin parasite Larvae Bundles Surrounded by Biofilm Sack:
parasite (or Morgellons) Fiber Bundles With What Looks Like Larvae Stage parasite Attached, Plus Red Glowing Ring on Black Biofilm or Newly Forming Parasite Larvae:
Flat Worm, Platyhelminth Larvae or Other Type of Parasite Worm:
Hideous Looking Spiney Hard Parasite Extremities (likely based on hinge like ) or Morgellons Substances Formed From Human Keratin / Proteins (less likely) That Spread Extend Embed And Anchor Inside Skin Tissue, Causing Extensive Damage to Skin
Newest Discovered Member of My Skin Parasite "Family" - Tentacles Have Strong Tensil Strength and Has Glue-Like Stickiness:
Two different but identical fiber bundles/cocoons were extracted from two different skin eruption areas - one from chin and one from back of neck - they were exactly the same size shape and construction - note that the two photos attached are of same specimen from chin taken approx. 30 minutes apart - both were relatively deep in skin, have concave surrounding biogel encasing dense fiber bundles, and both seem to have an attached larvae (black and red along edge) - fibers are not cloth or paper fibers and again came from deep unexposed skin layer. Very sticky and well anchored/attached like all these specimins - Like most research and anecdotal reports, only when specimins are fully removed, does skin start healing process (but at much slower than normal rate).
Have seen the pink things twice before, but never this clear, complete, well preserved/intact, or with what looks like larvae so well defined (two bundles stacked on top of each other, each encased in what clearly looks like a biofilm protective sack with the top stack "unwrapped").
Note bottom right photo of pink larvae montage was taken about 15 minutes after photo on left, after the biofilm dried out, leaving black more hardened material.
What are these???? All recent and causing major skin damage.
Each photo and/or montage below is from a different area of face.
Photos taken through compound microscope at from 40X, 100X and 400X (see droplet in bottom left "pink larvae" photo for scale example of 40X and closeup curled flat worm or helminth for 400X scale example)