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Private information conflict: Lasius niger ants prefer olfactory cues to route memory

Oberhauser, F. B. ; Schlemm, A. ; Wendt, S. ; Czaczkes, T. J.


Foraging animals use a variety of information sources to navigate, such as memorised views or odours associated with a goal. Animals frequently use different information sources concurrently, to increase navigation accuracy or reliability. While much research has focussed on conflicts between individually learned (private) information and social information, conflicts between private information ...


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