Spatial coincidence of cues in visual learning by the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
The discrimination of patterns was studied in a Y-choice chamber fitted with a transparent baffle in each arm, through which the bees had a choice of two targets via openings 5 cm wide. The bees see the positive (rewarded) and the negative (unrewarded) targets from a fixed distance. The patterns were bars (subtending 22° × 5.4° at the point of choice) presented in one-quarter of each target. The bars were moved to a different quarter of the target every 5 min, to make the location of black...[Show more]
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