Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats

Winter Y, Stich KP (2005)
Journal of Experimental Biology 208(3): 539-548.

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Winter Y, Stich KP. Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats. Journal of Experimental Biology. 2005;208(3):539-548.
Winter, Y., & Stich, K. P. (2005). Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(3), 539-548.
Winter, Y., and Stich, K. P. (2005). Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats. Journal of Experimental Biology 208, 539-548.
Winter, Y., & Stich, K.P., 2005. Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(3), p 539-548.
Y. Winter and K.P. Stich, “Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats”, Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 208, 2005, pp. 539-548.
Winter, Y., Stich, K.P.: Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats. Journal of Experimental Biology. 208, 539-548 (2005).
Winter, York, and Stich, Kai Petra. “Foraging in a complex naturalistic environment: capacity of spatial working memory in flower bats”. Journal of Experimental Biology 208.3 (2005): 539-548.
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