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SEM stands for Scanning electron micrograph. Insects have compound eyes consisting of a number of separate elements each with light-sensitive cells and refractive systems which can form an image.

SEM of head of fly showing compound eye x96 (Colour Enhanced)

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S. Lowry/Univ Ulster
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SEM stands for Scanning electron micrograph. Insects have compound eyes consisting of a number of separate elements each with light-sensitive cells and refractive systems which can form an image.
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