Data from: Foraging bumblebees use social cues more when the task is difficult

Baracchi D, Vasas V, Jamshed Iqbal S, Alem S

Date Published: October 6, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.743g3

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Title Bee foraging data
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Description The file reports the performance of the foraging bees over the 50 visits (0 indicates an error, 1 indicates a correct choice). The first column indicates the scenario (e.i. floral information, consistent information, conflicting information), the second column indicates the task (i.e. Easy or Hard), the third column indicates the individual bee identity, the last column indicates the number of bouts each bee performed to complete the 50 visits. Each line corresponds to a single tested bee.
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