Heteroneura is an infraorder of Lepidoptera. There are 150963 species of Heteroneura, in 16738 genera and 117 families. This infraorder has been around since the upper cretaceous epoch. They are nocturnal.
Definition: superposition compound eyes where each ommatidium is equipped with a lens cylinder arrangement, producing the equivalent of a pair of lenses, with the first lens producing a small image halfway down the structure and the second lens turning the image back into a parallel beam. In the process the ray direction is reversed. Thus, the emerging beam is on the same side of the axis as the entering beam—the condition for obtaining a superposition image from the whole array.