Polarized-light navigation by insects.

Abstract

T he eyes of insects are sensitive to a natural phenomenon that man is blind to: the polarized light of the daytime sky. It is this capacity that under­ lies the remarkable navigational ability of many insect species. Exactly how can an insect navigate by polarized light? To ask this question is really to raise three separate questions: What makes the… (More)

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