ocular sclerites

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ocular sclerites: 1. In some Pseudococcidae, well developed sclerites extending completely around each side, each bearing a row of 7 simple eyes near anterior margin, plus a single lateral ocellus on each side behind the mid-lateral member of the anterior row.

2. An annular sclerite surrounding the compound eyes.