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The basophil’s lobated nucleus is often hidden by the coarse blue-purple granules of its cytoplasm. Neutrophilic granules are poor-staining and often hard to distinguish in neutrophils. The nucleus of the neutrophil may have 3 - 5 lobes. The eosinophil has coarse red granules; its nucleus often has 2 or 3 lobes.