usually separated by a little less than an ocellar diameter.
The radiolar ocelli
are derived from epithelial cells in the outer aboral corners of the radioles (Fig.
Vertex flat, lacking ocelli
. Occiput distinctly convex, with distinct median and lateral longitudinal furrows.
Head in general form transverse, subtrigonal: occiput in cephalic aspect transverse truncate, with very low and rounded juxta-ocular swellings: front dorsad of the ocelli
with arcuate carination: facial shield strongly transverse, low the width at least three times the greatest depth, dorsal margin arcuate, clypeus produced in a conical tubercle: eyes prominent, almost semicircular in outline when seen from the front, and subglobose in dorsal view, in lateral view the eyes are ovate in basal outline: antennae imperfect, proximal joint small.
Whitish with a thin V-shaped brownish mark between lateral ocelli
, behind and superimposed to this mark a light gray shading is present, ventrally with small grayish marks on the zones previously occupied by mandibles and labium.
Head: Scape bare except for marginal ring of short setae; pedicel short and setose, with some longer ventral apical setae; frontal vitta with strongly convex elongate oval area surrounding ocelli
and extending half the distance from anterior ocellus to anterior margin of frons; 2 pairs of fronto-orbital setae, 1 large and above level of ocelli
, 1 smaller below; postocellar, outer and inner vertical setae well-developed.
Dark spot behind gills large, forming 5 1-2 conspicuous white-rimmed ocelli
or merged double ocelli
without dark brown bar immediately behind 3a.
Compound eyes black, ocelli
hyaline, with ochre centripetal crescents.
Collectively known as Bush Browns, they possess a regular series of submarginal ocelli
on the hindwings, and a pair of ocelli
on the forewings, of which the lower ocellus is always the largest.
Eyes shortly stylate; ocelli
distant from each other, the interocellar distance distinctly shorter than distance from ocellus to eye; labium not reaching anterior coxae.
Notauli complete, posteriorly separated; minimum distance between notauli much shorter than greatest diameter of posterior ocelli
He cut down the indoor bamboo forest and reemployed it in a gallery area above daughter Ocelli