Note the small size of this lymphocyte - very little cytoplasm is visible.
Eosinophil: nucleus: bilobed; cytoplasm: filled with small eosinophilic or deep red staining granules that often consume the cytoplasm; size: much larger than RBC.
Note that this lymphocyte is quite large in comparison to others (has larger volume of cytoplasm).
This lympocyte has a small volume of cytoplasm that is visible.
Basophil: nucleus: bilobed; cytoplasm: large granules that stain "basophilic" or blue/purple-note that the granules do not completely consume the cytoplasm; size: much larger than RBC
This appears to be the only basophil in this slide; however, you should look for basophils on your other peripheral blood smear slides.
Platelets are often found grouped together in a clump such as shown here. They
This neutrophil did not reach full maturation before being released into the bloodstream. This is a common occurrence, however, a large number of these immature neutrophils often indicate an active infection.