Processing of Polarization Patterns and Visual Self-Motion in the Locust Central Complex for Spatial Orientation
Despite their relatively small brains with comparatively low neuron counts, insects show complex navigation behavior such as seasonal long-range migration, path integration, and precise straight-line movement. Spatial navigation requires a sense of current heading, which must be tethered to prominen...
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