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HOMING PIGEONS WITH PRISM GOGGLES: AN EXPERIMENT FOR TESTING THE SUN NAVIGATION HYPOTHESIS.BENVENUTI S.1976; MONIT. ZOOL. ITAL.; ITAL.; DA. 1976; VOL. 10; NO 2; PP. 219-227; ABS. ITAL.; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

ORIENTATION OF PAPILIO DEMOLEUS LARVAE IN RELATION TO SIZE, DISTANCE, AND COMBINATION PATTERN OF VISUAL STIMULI.SAXENA KN; PROMILA KHATTAR.1977; J. INSECT. PHYSIOL.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 23; NO 11-12; PP. 1421-1428; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

VISUAL-VESTIBULAR INTERACTIONS. I. INFLUENCE OF PERIPHERAL VISION ON SUPPRESSION OF THE VESTIBULO-OCULAR REFLEX AND VISUAL ACUITYGUEDRY FE JR; LENTZ JM; JELL RM et al.1979; AVIAT. SPACE ENVIRONMENT. MED.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 50; NO 3; PP. 205-211; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

THE ROLE OF LANDSCAPE FEATURES IN THE "NONSENSE" ORIENTATION OF MALLARD.MATTHEWS GVT; COOK WA.1977; ANIMAL BEHAV.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 25; NO 2; PP. 508-517; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

WHY DO MIGRATING BIRDS FLY ALONG COASTLINES.ALERSTAM T; PETTERSSON SG.1977; J. THEOR. BIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 65; NO 4; PP. 699-712; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSES TO VISUAL AND ACOUSTIC CUES DURING ESCAPE IN THE BAT ANOURA GEOFFROYI: CUE PREFERENCES AND BEHAVIOURCHASE J.1983; ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR; ISSN 0003-3472; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 31; NO 2; PP. 526-531; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

ORIENTATION OPTIQUE DES INSECTES ET CONTROLE DES CHANGEMENTS DE DIRECTIONFRANTSEVICH LI.1976; USP. SOVREM. BIOL.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1976; VOL. 82; NO 2; PP. 283-293; BIBL. 1 P.Article

THE EFFECTS OF A TALL TOWER ON NOCTURNAL BIRD MIGRATION. A PORTABLE CEILOMETER STUDY.AVERY M; SPRINGER PF; CASSEL JF et al.1976; ; AUK; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 93; NO 2; PP. 281-291; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

ILLUMINATION PREFERENCE AND VISUAL ORIENTATION OF WILD-REARED MICE, PEROMYSCUS LEUCOPUSBARRY RE JR; FRANCQ EN.1982; ANIM. BEHAV.; ISSN 0003-3472; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 30; NO 2; PP. 339-344; BIBL. 1 P.Article

HEAD CAPSULE TRANSMISSION OF LONG-WAVELENTH LIGHT IN THE CURCULIONIDAE.MEYER JR.1977; SCIENCE; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 196; NO 4289; PP. 524-525; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

DISORIENTATION OF HAWKSBILL TURTLE HATCHLINGS, ERETMOCHELYS IMBRICATA, BY STADIUM LIGHTS.PHILIBOSIAN R.1976; COPEIA; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; NO 1-4; PP. 824; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

CHANGES IN THE FORAGING PATTERN OF PLOVER IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORSPIENKOWSKI MW.1983; ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR; ISSN 0003-3472; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 31; PP. 244-264; BIBL. 2 P.Article

SENSORY BASIS FOR SPATIAL MEMORY IN BATSMUELLER HC; MUELLER NS.1979; J. MAMMAL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 60; NO 1; PP. 198-201; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

DER SCHATTEN ALS HILFSMARK BEI DER ORIENTIERUNG DER HONIGBIENE. = L'OMBRE UTILISEE COMME REPERE DANS L'ORIENTATION DES ABEILLESHOEFER I; LINDAUER M.1976; J. COMP. PHYSIOL.; GERM.; DA. 1976; VOL. 112; NO 1; PP. 5-18; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

TERRESTRIAL AND CELESTIAL CUES IN VISUAL ORIENTATION OF THE WOOD-CRICKET NEMOBIUS SYLVESTRIS (BOSC)BEUGNON G.1983; BIOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR; ISSN 0397-7153; FRA; DA. 1983; VOL. 8; NO 2; PP. 159-169; ABS. FRE; BIBL. 2 P.Article

MOSQUITO FLIGHT PATHS IN RELATION TO THE ENVIRONMENT. EFFECT OF THE FOREST EDGE UPON TRAP CATCHES IN THE FIELDBIDLINGMAYER WL; HEM DG.1981; MOSQUITO NEWS; ISSN 0027-142X; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 41; NO 1; PP. 55-59; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

ZONAL ORIENTATION BASED ON LOCAL VISUAL CUES IN NERITA PLICATA L. (MOLLUSCA: GASTROPODA) AT ALDABRA ATOLLCHELAZZI G; VANNINI M.1980; J. EXPER. MAR. BIOL. ECOL.; NLD; DA. 1980; VOL. 46; NO 2-3; PP. 147-156; BIBL. 26 REF.Article

L'UTILISATION DES REPERES VISUELS TERRESTRES DANS L'ORIENTATION DES INSECTES.CAMPAN R.1978; ANNEE BIOL.; FR.; DA. 1978; VOL. 17; NO 1-2; PP. 61-90; BIBL. 3 P.Article

OPTIC ORIENTATION IN HATCHLINGS OF THE SEA TURTLE, CHELONIA MYDAS. III. SEA-FINDING BEHAVIOUR: THE ROLE OF PHOTIC AND VISUAL ORIENTATION IN ANIMALS WALKING ON THE SPOT UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONSVAN RHIJN FA; VAN GORKOM JC.1983; MARINE BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY; ISSN 0091-181X; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 9; NO 3; PP. 211-227; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

HOMING BY WILD HOUSE-MICE DISPLACED WITH OR WITHOUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEENEWSOME AE; COWAN PE; IVES PM et al.1982; AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE RESEARCH; ISSN 0310-7833; AUS; DA. 1982; VOL. 9; NO 3; PP. 421-426; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

SEA-FINDING BEHAVIOUR OF LOGGERHEAD HATCHLINGS: THE TIME COURSE OF TRANSIENT CIRCLING FOLLOWING UNILATERAL AND ASYNCHRONOUS BILATERAL BLINDFOLDINGKINGSMILL SF; MROSOVSKY N.1982; BRAIN BEHAV. EVOL.; ISSN 0006-8977; CHE; DA. 1982; VOL. 20; NO 1-2; PP. 29-42; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

THE SNAPPING RESPONSE OF THE TOAD, BUFO BUFO, TOWARDS PREY DUMMIES AT VERY LOW LIGHT INTENSITIESLARSEN LO; PEDERSEN JN.1982; AMPHIB.-REPTIL.; ISSN 0173-5373; DEU; DA. 1982; VOL. 2; NO 4; PP. 321-327; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

OPTIC ORIENTATION IN HATCHLINGS OF THE SEA TURTLE, CHELONIA MYDAS. I. BRIGHTNESS: NOT THE ONLY OPTIC CUE IN SEA-FINDING ORIENTATIONVAN RHIJN FA.1979; MAR. BEHAV. PHYSIOL.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 6; NO 2; PP. 105-121; BIBL. 2 P.Article

VISUELLES ORIENTIERUNGSVERHALTEN VON DYSDERCUS-LARVEN BEI DER BILDUNG VON AGGREGATIONEN UND FRESSGEMEINSCHAFTEN (HETEROPTERA: PYRRHOCORIDAE) = ORIENTATION VISUELLE DES LARVES DE D. AU COURS DE L'AGREGATION ET DE LA FORMATION DE COMMUNAUTES ALIMENTAIRES (H.: P.)MELBER A.1980; ZOOL. JB., ABT. ALLG. ZOOL. PHYSIOL. TIERE; DDR; DA. 1980; VOL. 84; NO 1; PP. 107-124; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

CANOPY ORIENTATION: A NEW BIND OF ORIENTATION IN ANTSHOELLDOBLER B.1980; SCIENCE; ISSN 0036-8075; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 210; NO 4465; PP. 86-88; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

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