Carrot seeds are not microscopic but do have microscopic details. Because they
are so thick and opaque they don't make good subjects for traditional light transmission microscopy and
are better observed through superstage illumiation, preferably through a stereo microscope. This variety
is known as "Toudo II" and was purchased in 2002.
Usually you want to avoid bubbles in a permanent mount just as you want to avoid them in a water mount.
In this case, however, the bubbles add an interesting effect just as they did in the wet mout of a human hair.