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A Note On Detour Experiments With Ammophila Pubescens Curt (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae)

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[Ammophila pubescens when dragging its prey to the nest can make immediate detours around a new obstacle (consisting of a curved metal scréen) placed in its path. The detour is made smoothly and without hesitation and there is no trace of trial-and-error behaviour. The performance has every appearance of being true insight behaviour as defined by W. KÖHLER., Ammophila pubescens when dragging its prey to the nest can make immediate detours around a new obstacle (consisting of a curved metal scréen) placed in its path. The detour is made smoothly and without hesitation and there is no trace of trial-and-error behaviour. The performance has every appearance of being true insight behaviour as defined by W. KÖHLER.]

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1950-01-01
2015-08-05

Affiliations: 1: (University Department of Zoology, Cambridge

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