Subject: Where are the 'eyes' on the body of a maggot (Fly larvae)
Date: Mon Mar 4 18:36:57 2002
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Maggots do not like light. So where are the photoreceptor bits one the body of
a maggot? At the fron? On the body? Rear? Is the photochemistry of such
a "eye" similar to humans?
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