The honeybee (Apis mellifera) detects bilateral symmetry and discriminates its axis
Honeybees were trained and tested with a choice between a black and white pattern composed of two pairs of equal orthogonal bars with bilateral symmetry and the same or a similar pattern with a different symmetry.
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