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Elida Bryan Ecology and Evolution of Animal Behavior 1. Netherlands 2. Hilly sand, some trees, not highly populated, yet deep in roots and nature. 3. Plants: deciduous trees (Beech and Oak), reindeer moss, and orange ochre chanterelles Animals: Philanthus, honeybees, digger wasps 4. Kicking sand to make a burrow hole for prey. 5. Honey Bees 6. “How did they manage to find their way back to their own burrow?” He questioned their abilities for homing. 7. How did they distinguish their prey over the other insects in the same location (Heather). 8. 10 hours. 9. He used a chair, glasses, notebook, food and water. 10. Are the wasps only limited to one burrow for themselves. 11. He marked wasps and their burrows and mapped them. 12. Beauty, huge eyes, antenna moving 13. They circle up and hover low to high and finally take off in groups of 15-30 quickly into the south east. (Helicopters) 14. Locality study: the circling in the air before take off. He wanted to see if they were using landmarks they see from above to remember location of burrows.
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