The effect of complexity on the discrimination of oriented bars by the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
Horridge, George Adrian
Visual discrimination of black bars by honeybees was studied in a Y-choice apparatus with fixed vertical patterns at constant range. The problem is to discover how bees remember different degrees of complexity of the orientation cue. Previous conclusions
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