Micropyle problepsis ocellata butterfly egg
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Micropyle Structure – V

Problepsis ocellata

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Egg shell of a moth species (Problepsis ocellata). The egg was extracted from the ovarial tract of female museum specimen. At the center is a minute opening called the micropyle, through which the sperm enters and fertilizes the egg. With kind support of Marius Junker (University Trier) and Axel Hausmann (ZSM).