Darar Bega
Darar Bega
PhD Candidate, School of Plant Sciences, Tel Aviv University
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The effect of maze complexity on maze-solving time in a desert ant
D Bega, Y Samocha, N Yitzhak, M Saar, A Subach, I Scharf
Behavioural processes 166, 103893, 2019
Wormlions prefer both fine and deep sand but only deep sand leads to better performance
MA Bar-Ziv, D Bega, A Subach, I Scharf
Current Zoology 65 (4), 393-400, 2019
Non-spatial information on the presence of food elevates search intensity in ant workers, leading to faster maze solving in a process parallel to spatial learning
D Bega, Y Samocha, N Yitzhak, M Saar, A Subach, I Scharf
Plos one 15 (2), e0229709, 2020
The effect of food preference, landmarks, and maze shift on maze-solving time in desert ants
M Saar, D Hershkovitz, O Amano, D Bega, A Subach, I Scharf
Behaviour 157 (7), 629-665, 2020
The value of spatial experience and group size for ant colonies in direct competition
A Subach, B Avidov, A Dorfman, D Bega, T Gilad, M Kvetny, MH Reshef, ...
Insect Science 30 (1), 241-250, 2023
Seasonality effects and field-estimation of colony size in desert ants
A Subach, D Bega, M Saar
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 30.547264, 2023
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