Kaitlyn Preece

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Honeybees use the dance language to communicate the location of profitable food resources to nestmates. During nectar foraging, bees alter the duration of the return phase of the dance to reflect the source’s quality. For more profitable resources, the return phase is shorter; this effectively makes the dance ‘livelier’. Bees also increase the number of(More)
Madeleine Beekman*, James C. Makinson, Margaret J. Couvillon, Kaitlyn Preece and Timothy M. Schaerf 1 Behaviour and Genetics of Social Insects Lab, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia 2 Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK 3 Animal Behaviour Lab,(More)
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