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- A snapshot-based mechanism for celestial orientation
- Finding the gap : A brightness-based strategy for guidance in cluttered environments
- How well can bees see the world?
- Night sky orientation with diurnal and nocturnal eyes: dim-light adaptations are critical when the moon is out of sight
- Spatial Vision in Bombus terrestris.
- The final moments of landing in bumblebees, Bombus terrestris.
- Bumblebee flight performance in environments of different proximity.
- Bumblebees measure optic flow for position and speed control flexibly within the frontal visual field.
- Effect of light intensity on flight control and temporal properties of photoreceptors in bumblebees.
- Neural coding underlying the cue preference for celestial orientation
- Spectral information as an orientation cue in dung beetles
- Control of self-motion in dynamic fluids: fish do it differently from bees.
- Diurnal dung beetles use the intensity gradient and the polarization pattern of the sky for orientation.
- Honeybee navigation: critically examining the role of the polarization compass
- Marie Dacke
- The role of the sun in the celestial compass of dung beetles.
- Animal or plant: which is the better fog water collector?
- Dung beetles ignore landmarks for straight-line orientation
- Dung beetles use their dung ball as a mobile thermal refuge
- Elytra boost lift, but reduce aerodynamic efficiency in flying beetles.
- The dung beetle dance: an orientation behaviour?
- Visual flight control in naturalistic and artificial environments.
- Bearing selection in ball-rolling dung beetles: is it constant?
- Fog-basking behaviour and water collection efficiency in Namib Desert Darkling beetles
- Minimum viewing angle for visually guided ground speed control in bumblebees.
- The Approach Behaviour of the Hawkmoth Manduca sexta toward Multi-Modal Stimuli: A Simulation Model
- The moment before touchdown: landing manoeuvres of the honeybee Apis mellifera
- Visual Orientation and Navigation in Nocturnal Arthropods.