dichoptic


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dichoptic

Viewing a separate and independent field by each eye, in binocular vision, as for example in a haploscope. See dichoptic masking.

dichoptic

said of eyes which are widely separated, e.g. in some insects.
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2 Scape enlarged, much thicker than pedicel; males dichoptic .
Scape subequal to pedicel; males holoptic or dichoptic .
Proboscis much longer than head; males holoptic or dichoptic .
The species of the genus Tachydromia (= Sicus Latreille, 1796; Sicodus Rafinesque, 1815; Coryneta Meigen, 1800; Danistes Gistl, 1848; Phoneutisca Loew, 1863; Tachista Loew, 1864) can be diagnosed by the following combination of characters: eyes bare, dichoptic in both sexes, palpus usually narrow; thorax slender, largely shining, precoxal bridge present, postpronotal lobe large, thoracic setation usually greatly reduced; legs slender but fore femur often thickened, mid femur and tibia usually modified in male; wing with distinct anal lobe, usually brown banded, clouded or spotted, cell cup absent.