Model for the migration of the GH146-glia into the antenna. Olfactory axons arrive at the brain at 20 hrs APF. At this time the Mz317-glia (blue) are already present within the third segment and are associated with developing axons. GH146-glial cells (green) appear on the antennal nerve (AN) when it arrives in the brain. By 24 hrs additional glia are observed on the nerve; the morphology of the cells suggest that they undergo mitosis as they travel along the nerve. By 30 hrs APF, large numbers of cells are present on the nerve and these some of these enter the third segment of the antenna. The cell bodies of Mz317-glial cells appear to move towards the cell bodies of the ORNs at this time. In late pupae, GH146-glia remain closely associated with the neuronal fascicles while Mz317-glial processes appear to move away and wrap around the cells bodies of the sense organs. ORNs expressing Or22a do not appear to fasciculate together in the Drosophila antennal nerve.