interocular distance


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interocular distance

[¦in·tər′äk·yə·lər ′dis·təns]
(anatomy)
The distance between the centers of rotation of the human eyes.
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We made gross morphologic measurements of body length (rostral tip of the cement gland to the tip of the tail), interocular distance (between the medial edges of the eyes), and body shape (presence of abnormal dorsal curvature).
TL = total length, TW = total weight, HW = widest head width, ID = interocular distance, TC = tubercle count, TS = tubercle score, GW = gonad weight, and GSI = gonadosomatic index.
com) for the following body parts: body length, clypeus to cuneus length, head width, interocular distance, length of antennal segments I and II, pronotum length and width.
9 mm); antennal segment I as long as interocular distance, covered with moderately dense setae (Fig.