Behavioural plasticity and sex differences in host finding of a specialized bee species

@article{Dtterl2011BehaviouralPA,
  title={Behavioural plasticity and sex differences in host finding of a specialized bee species},
  author={Stefan D{\"o}tterl and Kathrin Milchreit and Irmgard Sch{\"a}ffler},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2011},
  volume={197},
  pages={1119-1126}
}
Many animals feed on flowers, and visual as well as olfactory cues are considered as most important mediators in animal–plant interactions. However, the relative importance of these cues is not well understood. Bees are the most important animal pollinators worldwide and here, we determined the importance of decoupled and combined visual and olfactory cues… CONTINUE READING