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 (ŏs′ə-lā′tĭd, ō′sə-, ō-sĕl′ā′-) also oc·el·late (-lāt′)
1. Having an ocellus or ocelli.
2. Resembling an ocellus.

[Latin ocellātus, having little eyes, from ocellus, diminutive of oculus, eye; see ocellus.]

oc′el·la′tion n.
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Abstract--The population structure of the ocellate spot skate (Okamejei kenojei), distributed in the western North Pacific, was assessed on the basis of genetic variations in the mitochondrial DNA control region (mtCR) and differences in morphological characters and features.
Nagai, T., Araki, Y., y Suzuki, N., Collagen of the skin of ocellate puffer fish (Takifugu rubripes), doi:10.1016/S0308-8146(01)00396-X, Food chemistry(en linea), 78(2), 173-177, (2002)
The ocellate octopus species from the northeastern Pacific Ocean--Octopus bimaculatus Verril, 1883, and Octopus bimaculoides-showed a divergence of 5.5% calculated with COIII (Barriga-Sosa et al.