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Bees can combine range and visual angle to estimate absolute size

Author(s)Horridge, George Adrian; Zhang, S. W.; Lehrer, M.
TypeJournal article
Date Published29-Jul-1992
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How honeybees measure their distance from objects of unknown size

Author(s)Srinivasan, M. V.; Lehrer, M.; Zhang, S. W., et al
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedSep-1989
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How honeybees use motion cues to estimate range and discriminate objects

Author(s)Srinivasan, M. V.; Lehrer, M.; Kirchner, W., et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published1988
Date Created-
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Shape vision in bees: innate preference for flower-like patterns

Author(s)Lehrer, M.; Horridge, George Adrian; Zhang, S. W., et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published1995
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Visual figure-ground discrimination in the honeybee: the role of motion parallax at boundaries

Author(s)Srinivasan, M. V.; Lehrer, M.; Horridge, George Adrian
TypeJournal article
Date Published22-Jan-1990
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