John R. McQuiston wrote:
>> The pink one could be pseudomonas and the white one Staph. aureus or
> epidermidis. It's hard to tell without more info.
>> In article <Mj%52.6662$DF6.198844 at tor-nn1.netcom.ca>, hluong68 at netcom.ca> says...
> >I'm conducting an experiment on the type of bacteria on our skin. So far I
> >have two type of bacteria identified and two's left. The colonies of one of
> >the types are white, smooth and in a plateau margin. The other type is pink
> >and has a drop-like margin.
> >Any help that you can give is appreciated!
> >Thanks, Horace
I'm sure not familiar with too many pink pseudomonads. To which one(s)
are you refering?
Horace, what media are you using?