From Large to Small, from Day to Night: The Sensory Costs of Miniaturisation in Ants
This Honours thesis examines sensory adaptations of the compound eyes and antennal sensilla in response to diminishing body size and photic niche. It examines four different ant species using scanning electron microscopy and histological techniques.
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