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Paper Wasps never forget a face

Remembrance Of Tussles Past: Paper Wasps Show Surprisingly Strong Memory For Previous Encounters
Europeanpaperwasp_2ScienceDaily (2008-09-22) -- With brains less than a millionth the size of humans', paper wasps hardly seem like mental giants. But new research shows that these insects can remember individuals for at least a week, even after meeting and interacting with many other wasps in the meantime. ... > read full article

October 2, 2008 in Bugs in the news, Entomology, Science, Wasps | Permalink


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