Magnified 811X, this 2006 scanning electron microscopic (SEM) image depicted ultrastructural details on the surface of a dandelion clock, from a common dandelion, Taraxacum officinale. The clock is the filamentous puffball of seeds arranged, so as to be easily dispersed by the wind, or the breath of a curious child. In this field of view the remnants of a seed attachment is visible, as a small nub protruding from a small papule. It is from these nub-like points that the parachute-equipped seeds detach, and are blown away, sometime over a distance of miles. Note that this is the fourth in a series of PHIL images, 8791-8796, in which the magnification is increased, thereby, providing greater and greater morphologic detail of the point of the developing seed attachment.