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The submicroscopic anatomy of the eye in female Eupulvinaria is described. This scale insect has no compound eyes but simple pericerebral eyes composed of one pair of ocelli. The ocelli, located dorsolaterally to the brain, are of rhabdomeric type. They are situated in the subepidermal region underneath the basement membrane of the epidermis. Each ocellus… (More)