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- the compound eye of invertebrates such as insects and crustaceans, the pseudopupil appears as a dark spot which moves across the eye as the animal is rotated...
- asymmetries in the ants' compound eyes (differential ommatidia count). Pseudopupil Arthropod eye Ommatidium Eye "Dragonfly eyes" (Chinese: 蜻蜓眼 qingting...
- range. The dark spot on each eye that moves as it rotates its head is a pseudopupil. This occurs because the ommatidia that are viewed "head-on" absorb the...
- insects, which always seems to look directly at the observer, is called a pseudopupil. This occurs because the ommatidia which one observes "head-on" (along...
- Feature detection Infrared sensing in snakes Monocular deprivation Ommatidium Palpebral (bone) Pseudopupil Rhopalium Underwater vision Visual perception...
- neurons, followed by the recruitment of the four non-neuronal cone cells. Pseudopupil Arthropod eye Apposition eye Superposition eye Müller CH, Sombke A, Rosenberg...
- field of the two eyes is 40° in nymphs and up to 70° in adults. The pseudopupil, a small, dark region in the eye, is rather con****uous. It moves when...
- Feature detection Infrared sensing in snakes Monocular deprivation Ommatidium Palpebral (bone) Pseudopupil Rhopalium Underwater vision Visual perception...
- directed in all directions and accordingly, one may see a dark spot (the pseudopupil), showing which ommatidia are covering that field of view; from any position...
- Feature detection Infrared sensing in snakes Monocular deprivation Ommatidium Palpebral (bone) Pseudopupil Rhopalium Underwater vision Visual perception...
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