@1.1 The neutrophils have many dark vacuoles clearly visible in their cytoplasm. Their nucleus is elongated.
@2.1 The cytoplasm of eosinophilic polynuclear cells is dark and filled with granulations. Their nucleus can be elongated.
@3.1 Basophils have very large and dense granules that cover their cytoplasm and nucleus.
@5.1 Large lymphocytes may contain purple granules.
@6.1 Monocytes contain many fine purple granulations.
We have made the choice to make a general description of mammalian white blood cells with images of the most typical cells in a part called Mammalia : typical blood smear. In the key points section, only the variations that can exist for this species compared to typical cells appear.