To examine the mechanisms that give rise to eyespot
effects, we designed a randomized experiment imbedded in an online survey about politics.
Thompson 1976; Bonar 1978) as eyespots
in the hatching larvae of two common planktotrophic species.
Considering how crucial this partnership is, it may be that roving zooxanthellae use their eyespots
to scope out the most desirable digs-a possibility "we think it is quite interesting," Koike said.
Troglochernes differs from all other chernetid genera by the following combination of characters: flagellum with 4 blades, or possibly 3 blades in one species; spermathecae with 2 thickened and slightly curved tubes fused basally; legs without tactile setae; carapace unicolored and with two transverse furrows; eyes or eyespots
absent; vestitural setae generally small, dentate and clavate.
Embryos that were creamy white with eyespots
, hatching spine, and distinct abdominal segmentation, were assumed viable.
Ovigerous females collected from the West Branch of the Grand Calumet River and from Illinois, Lake County, Dead River mouth in Illinois Beach State Park included females with 1st instar and ova with eyespots
on the verge of eclosion (Table 1).
The moths are easily identified because of their size and the characteristic "nine-shaped" eyespots
on the forewings.
My pa really did, does, believe that God put the eyespots
in a butterfly's wing.
Students use marshmallows as stamps for printing eyespots
on the feathers in repeated patterns above and behind the bird's body.
The Luna moth is a light-green moth with four wings - all with distinctive eyespots
The caterpillars may resemble bird droppings or have fake eyespots
behind their heads.
In addition, rudimentary eyespots
on the tips of the arms' upper surfaces can detect changes in light.