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Spatial learning as an adaptation in hummingbirds.

An ecological approach based on food distribution suggests that hummingbirds (Archilochus alexandri ) should more easily learn to visit a flower in a new location than to learn to return to a flower in a position just visited, for a food reward. Experimental results support this hypothesis as well a... Full description

Journal Title: Science (Washington) 1982, Vol.217(4560), pp.655-657
Main Author: Cole, S
Other Authors: Hainsworth, A , Kamil, T , Mercier, L , Wolf, S
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title: Spatial learning as an adaptation in hummingbirds.
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  • Food Sources
  • Ecological Evaluation
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description: An ecological approach based on food distribution suggests that hummingbirds (Archilochus alexandri ) should more easily learn to visit a flower in a new location than to learn to return to a flower in a position just visited, for a food reward. Experimental results support this hypothesis as well as the general view that differences in learning within and among species represent adaptations.
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