biocellate

biocellate

(baɪˈɒsɪˌleɪt; ˌbaɪəʊˈsɛlɪt)
adj
(Biology) (of animals and plants) marked with two eyelike spots or ocelli
[C19: from bi-1 + ocellate, from Latin ocellus, diminutive of oculus eye]
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Eggs 45-68 (60 [+ or -] 8; n = 9) long, 24-35 (28 [+ or -] 3; n = 9) wide, most containing biocellate larvae.
Here, however, only the eggs near the metraterm contained biocellate larvae, in contrast with the illustrations presented in the previous studies (Siddiqi and Cable, 1960; Hendrix and Overstreet, 1977; Bray, 1984), which depicted most of the eggs containing biocellate larvae.