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New papers in Animal Cognition

Not strictly navigation with these papers – but I thought you might be interested in what people can get up to with bees. Because insects don’t often make an appearance in the journal Animal Cognition, it is always interesting to read the rhetoric when they do make an appearance. Here we have a fun description of problem solving and a rather more opaque study of “picture-object correspondence”. See what you think.
 
Mirwan, H. B., & Kevan, P. G. (2014). Problem solving by worker bumblebees Bombus impatiens (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Animal cognition, 1-9.
 
Thompson, E. L., & Plowright, C. M. (2014). How images may or may not represent flowers: picture–object correspondence in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens)?. Animal cognition, 1-13.
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