The honey bee has evolved as the consummate generalist pollinator, and has become perhaps the most important insect pollinator of our food crops. Here I will talk about how honey bees think, and how we know how they think. I discuss how their thought processes influence their flower visits, and how bees’ long coevolution with flowers has shaped a bee type of intelligence.
Professor Andrew Barron
from Macquarie University will present his work in an online seminar on Tuesday, 15 Jun 2021, at 11.00 (AEST).
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