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Homing in the field cricket, Gryllus campestris


Homing in the field cricket, Gryllus campestris



Journal of Insect Behavior 22: 187-198



ISSN/ISBN: 0892-7553

The homing ability of Gryllus campestris was studied in the field during 1983-87 in France following passive and active displacements. Insects homed directly after being removed 5-15 cm from their burrow; this was not affected by weather conditions or the nature of displacement. When moved 15-55 cm from the burrow, 26 out of 43 crickets returned by systematic searching, but all crickets which were moved more than 55 cm got lost.

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