Data from: How social network structure affects decision-making in Drosophila melanogaster

Cristian Pasquaretta, Marine Battesti, Elizabeth Klenschi, Christophe A. H. Bousquet, Cedric Sueur & Frederic Mery
Animals use a number of different mechanisms to acquire crucial information. During social encounters animals can pass information from one to another but, ideally, they would only use information that benefits survival and reproduction. Therefore, individuals need to be able to determine the value of the information they receive. One cue can come from the behaviour of other individuals that are already using the information. Here we study how individual decision-making is influenced by the...
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