ocular bulla
Knob on inner surface of carapace connecting lower and upper orbital margins with basal segment of antenna, serving for protection of eye [Moore and McCormick, 1969].
Knob on inner surface of carapace connecting lower and upper orbital margins with basal segment of antenna, serving to protect eye [McLaughlin, 1980].

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