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Green alpha hemolytic streptococcus(possibly s.pneumoniae) on blood plates(aerobic&anaerobic). Choc plate looks yellowish. No growth on macconkey.

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Above is a photo of Serratia marcescens, a Gram-negative bacillus. For centuries, it was thought this was the blood of Christ, due to its ready appearance in bread or other damp areas. Once S. marcescens was discovered in the 1800s, it was later used as an explanation for miracles involving transubstantiation and the appearance of blood on the Eucharist. read more on the link.

Staphilococus aureus agar úti