Stalk-eyed Fly (Diopsidae)
Subject: INSECTS - if Steve Urkel were a bug, he'd look like this - acbi9920.jpg
Date: Tue, 13 May 1997 19:42:44 -0700
Photo: Anthony Bannister
Diopsid flies have their eyes on the ends of long stalks. Purpose of
the stalks is unknown, but from their position, they do not contribute
to stereo vision or depth perception. Also note the anennae half way
out on the eye stalks.