euthoscopic

adjective
eu·tho·scop·ic | \¦yüthə¦skäpik\

Definition of euthoscopic 

of a photoreceptor

: capable of perceiving the presence, direction, and relative intensity of light but unable to form a visual image

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History and Etymology for euthoscopic

eutho- (irregular from Greek euthys straight) + -scopic

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