The former divides into (c) small cells or micromeres, and (d) large cells or megameres.
Segmentation in these is very unequal, and results in the formation of small cells called micromeres and large cells called megameres, as in fig.
As the micromeres become more numerous they gradually envelop the megameres until the latter are completely enclosed.
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