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English: Diagram of the visual fields of the spider as viewed from above. The function of the small posterior medial eyes (PME) is not known.
Čeština: Vizuální schéma skákavkovitých pavouků
Date First known publication of this diagram was November 26, 2007 in a draft version of the source article which was published on the website Peckhamia.com.
Source Peckhamia 83.1, 28 October 2010, p. 14.
Author David Edwin Hill
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