Schwarz, S.; Julle-Daniere, E.; Morin, L.; Schultheiss, Patrick; Wystrach, A.; Ives, J.; Cheng, K.
Many insects are known to use the terrestrial visual panorama for navigation. Research suggests that large-scale panoramic properties are often used for orientation rather than individual objects, usually called landmarks. We degraded the natural panorama encountered by Australian red honey ants, Melophorus bagoti, to test how robust their orientation based on the terrestrial panorama is. Foraging ants were lured to a feeder at a constant location. Trained ants were allowed to run home...[Show more]
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