Peering Into the Inner Workings of Evolution With Jellyfish Eyes

[ad_1] This tiny jellyfish called Polyorchis pencillatus is referred to as red-eyed jellyfish. Its multiple eyes, called ocelli, can be seen at the base of the tentacles and contain light-sensing cells and red pigment. Credit: Anna Klompen Some jellyfish have simple eyes; some have complex ones. Other jellyfish have no eyes at all. Indeed, recent […]

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