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Researchers found that the behavior of stalk-eyed flies is very much determined by vision.
Researchers then collected stalk-eyed flies and observed their behavior under laboratory conditions.
She tried to imagine the four-armed, stalk-eyed, rounded little creatures building warships.
Stalk-eyed flies are insects of the fly family Diopsidae.
Stalk-eyed flies roost at night on root hairs hanging by streams.
Sphyracephala is a genus of stalk-eyed flies in the family Diopsidae.
Stalk-eyed flies, as the name implies, typically possess eyestalks.
Diosidae (stalk-eyed flies): several species have a long, fertile type and a shorter infertile type.
Most similar are stalk-eyed flies; the males compare eye stalk spans to determine the winner and avoid an energy-consuming encounter (6).
Important studies concerning this have been conducted in the Stalk-eyed fly, showing that females are attracted to mates that share characteristics with their fathers.
Other examples demonstrate that it is the preference of females that drive sexual dimorphism, such as in the case of the stalk-eyed fly.
Thus, stalk-eyed flies have been able to evolve sexual trait in males that corresponds directly to traits that affect mating choices made by females.
Male stalk-eyed flies with long eyestalks gain mating advantages both because of female choice and because they are better able to compete with rival males.
Shrimp sometimes called prawn, are stalk-eyed swimming crustaceans with long skinny muscular tails, long whiskers, and slender legs.
Their eyes are mounted on projections from the sides of the head, and the antennae are located on the eyestalks, unlike stalk-eyed flies from other families.
As observed prior to the study, researchers found that the average number of females per male increased with male eye span in field collected aggregations of stalk-eyed flies.
Parapinnixa affinis was first described by Samuel Jackson Holmes in 1900, in his Synopsis of California stalk-eyed Crustacea.
True stalk-eyed flies are members of the family Diopsidae, first described by Dr. John Fothergill and named by Carl Linnaeus in 1775.
Podophthalmia are stalk-eyed crustaceans, like crabs and lobsters (and various types of mostly larger shrimp), now grouped as Decapoda (i.e. ten-legged crustaceans).
The peculiar morphology of stalk-eyed flies makes it easy to identify their fossils (e.g. in amber); one prehistoric genus that has been discovered in that form is Prosphyracephala.
Under the broader definition, shrimp may be synonymous with prawn, covering stalk-eyed swimming crustaceans with long narrow muscular tails (abdomens), long whiskers (antennae) and slender legs.
The stalk-eyed mud crab, Macrophthalmus hirtipes, is a marine large-eyed crab of the family Macrophthalmidae, endemic to New Zealand including Campbell Island.
Researchers have demonstrated that genetic variation underlies the response to environmental stress, such as variable food quality, of male sexual ornaments, such as the increased eye span, in the stalk-eyed fly.
Athoracophoridae, common name the leaf-veined slugs, are a family of air-breathing land slugs, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the infraorder Stylommatophora, the stalk-eyed snails and slugs.