The lateral eyes of the scorpion, Androctonus australis

@article{Schliwa1980TheLE,
  title={The lateral eyes of the scorpion, Androctonus australis},
  author={Dr. Manfred Schliwa and G{\"u}nther Fleissner},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1980},
  volume={206},
  pages={95-114}
}
The dioptric apparatus of the lateral eyes of the scorpion, Androctonus austrails, consists of a cuticular lens, but lacks a vitreous body. The retina is formed by (1) retinula cells displaying a contiguous network of rhabdoms; (2) arhabdomeric cells bearing a distal dendrite that contacts retinula cells via numerous projections and ends before the rhabdomere of the retinula cells; (3) pigment cells that ensheath retinula and arhabdomeric cells with the exception of the contact regions; and (4… CONTINUE READING

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