Specifically, if eyespot
images indeed trigger implicit (social) threat-perception, we hypothesize that exposure to watchful eyes should lead to the experience of negative affect (e.
Caption: CRISPR/Cas9 can genetically manipulate butterflies; cutting a gene called Distal-less causes more eyespots
(right) than appear on a normal wing (left).
Species of Eurybia are usually large, mostly gray or brown butterflies, usually with an eyespot
at the end of the discal cell on the forewing and submarginal spots or occeli along the outer margin on both wings (Hall & Ahrenholz 2010); many species have iridescent scales at least on the hind wing.
Developing cysts are the average percentage of cysts having visibly faded eyespots
or an X-shaped excretory vesicle in metacercariae.
Developmental mode in opisthobranchs is most reliably documented when based on observations of the morphology of hatching veliger larvae--particularly the presence or absence of eyespots
and propodium--accompanied by measurements of egg size, embryonic period and temperature, and size and type of shell at hatching (Bonar 1978; Goddard 2004).
The "naked eye" of the Nude recurs in the marking known as an eyespot
("large blue eye"), which is "open forever" on the adult insect's wing (34, 86-87).
Four other types of dinoflagellates-one-celled aquatic organisms that include zooxanthellae-have eyespots
, according to Koike.
Scattered randomly along the back half of the fish are 6 to 12 black eyespots
that are often bordered with a white or yellow halo.
The moth, which can grow up to nine inches, is coloured brilliant yellow with huge red eyespots
Eyeless phyla are therefore degenerate or failed to develop eyespots
So sure I was you'd want to have me back I practiced shining through the intertidal twilight: eyespots
, zebra stripes, empty saddle.
Sundochernes differs from all other chernetid genera by the following combination of characters: flagellum with 3 blades; spermathecae with 2 thickened tubes with rounded terminal bulbs; legs without tactile setae; 1 pair of eyespots
present; vestitural setae generally small, dentate and clavate.