Pattern discrimination by the honeybee (Apis mellifera): is colour blind for radial/tangential cues
Bees were trained to discriminate between two patterns, one of which was associated with a reward, in a Y-choice apparatus with the targets presented vertically at a distance at an angular subtense of 50°. Previous work with this apparatus has found disc
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