Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation?

Möller R, Lambrinos D, Pfeifer R, Wehner R (1999)
In: Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen. Elsner N, Eysel U (Eds);Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag.

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Möller R, Lambrinos D, Pfeifer R, Wehner R. Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation? In: Elsner N, Eysel U, eds. Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag; 1999.
Möller, R., Lambrinos, D., Pfeifer, R., & Wehner, R. (1999). Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation? In N. Elsner & U. Eysel (Eds.), Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag.
Möller, R., Lambrinos, D., Pfeifer, R., and Wehner, R. (1999). “Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation?” in Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen, ed. N. Elsner and U. Eysel (Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag).
Möller, R., et al., 1999. Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation? In N. Elsner & U. Eysel, eds. Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag.
R. Möller, et al., “Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation?”, Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen, N. Elsner and U. Eysel, eds., Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1999.
Möller, R., Lambrinos, D., Pfeifer, R., Wehner, R.: Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation? In: Elsner, N. and Eysel, U. (eds.) Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart (1999).
Möller, Ralf, Lambrinos, D., Pfeifer, R., and Wehner, R. “Do Desert Ants Use Partial Image Matching for Landmark Navigation?”. Proc. Neurobiol. Conf. Göttingen. Ed. N. Elsner and U. Eysel. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1999.
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