Vision and navigation in nocturnal ants
The ability to navigate between places of importance is fundamental for all animals be it for foraging on a daily basis or for migrating seasonally from and to mating or feeding grounds. Central-place foragers, such as ants, have to regularly navigate between their nest and food sources every day, often covering 1000 times their body length. Ants have occupied almost every environment on earth, from barren deserts to the dense understory of rainforests and they are active during both day and...[Show more]
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