The relation between pattern and landmark vision of the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
This is an exploratory study which takes advantage of a new method to study the difference between discrimination of patterns and the use of landmarks by honeybees. The experiments examine the transfer of black and white cues between two-dimensional patterns that are seen ahead by the bees, and lateral landmarks on the walls of tunnels through which they fly, and vice versa. The Y-choice apparatus, in which freely Hying bees choose one of two targets from a fixed distance, was modified by...[Show more]
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