The Hub of Being (16-1-32) Fruit Fly Larvae

 Fruit Fly Larvae

The human eye has over 125 million photoreceptors. Fruit fly larvae have a just 24, but they see quite well.

Fruit fly larvae are able to take just a couple dozen points of light and process that into recognizable images. They are – to a very high degree – visually sensitive to detail and rate of motion and can recognize their own species. ~ American neurobiologist Barry Condron