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Notice the ocelli on the top of its head? They are the 3 black dome-shaped dots in a triangle between the compound eyes. They are also known as simple eyes, and are believed to detect only light and movement. See bee's ocelli on previous post
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Crikey! That's a big fly, judging by the 20p at the bottom of the first picture.
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August 30, 2009 at 03:08 PM
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