Crustaceans: Structure, Ecology and Life Cycle by Gennaro Sisto

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F. (1972). Die Feinstruktur der Stirnaugen einiger Collembolen (Insecta, Entognatha) und ihre Bedeutung für die Stammesgeschichte der Insekten1. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 10, 81–122. 34 Ajna S. F. (2000). Phylogeny of the Myriapoda – Crustacea – Insecta: a new attempt using photoreceptor structure*. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 38, 189–208. H. (2010). The evolution of phototransduction from an ancestral cyclic nucleotide gated pathway.

Especially interesting in the myodocopid ostracods is the finding that the closest related groups of crustaceans, including other ostracod clades lack lateral eyes entirely. This has led to the hypothesis that myodocopids re-invented compound eyes (Oakley and Cunningham, 2002). The myodocopid compound eye is a standard crustacean eye with the normal complement of cells in each ommatidium (Huvard, 1990; Rivera and Oakley 2009). This suggests that the genetic information for building a compound eye was not lost, merely “turned off” for a period of ostracod evolutionary history.

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