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Spider Y Maze

The Spider Y Maze was used in a laboratory experiments to test the hypothesis that jumping spiders use UV cues for locating and discriminating prey.

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Modified Y Choice For Bees

The Modified Y Choice For Bees can be used to assess vision and orientation in bees. Learn more about it and how it is used here.

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Locust Y-Maze

The Locust Y-Maze is a two-arm Y-maze containing a raised wooden Y-shaped rod. It was usedto assess associative olfactory learning in the desert locust.

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Zebrafish Swim Tunnel

The Zebrafish Swim Tunnel consists of a temperature buffer tank, propeller, test section and an Ac motor. Mazeengineers offer options for the Zebrafish Swim Tunnel.

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Termite Y-Choice Waiting Chamber

The Y-Choice Waiting Chamber was used to assess trail communication during foraging and recruitment in the subterranean termite. Learn more about it here.

Ant Sucrose Feeder 1

The Ant sucrose feeder is used to analyze the effects of private and social information on the decision-making of ants during foraging.

Ant sucrose feeder 2 is used to evaluate the collective path preference of ants in terms of distance and food source

Ant Sucrose Feeder 2

The ant sucrose feeder is used to evaluate the collective path preference of ants in terms of distance and food source.

Ant Double Y-Maze

Ant Double Y-Maze

The Ant Double Y-maze is used to study decision-making and lateralized behaviors of ants. Learn more about the behavioral outcomes and how the maze is used in experiments.

Mazeengineers offers the Honeybee Y maze

Honeybee Y maze

The Honeybee Y maze was used in an experiment to study learning and memory as it applies to transitive Inferences in honeybees.

Diamond Maze was used in an experiment by Hassan M. H. Mustafa et al. (2018), to compare binary choice between two nests in ants

Diamond Maze

Path Regularity Mazes are used to assess learning and memory in bees

Path Regularity Mazes

The Path Regularity Maze is used to assess learning and memory in bees.

Psyllid Y-Maze

Psyllid Y-Maze

The Psyllid Y-Maze is used to assess visual acuity in psyllids..

Bumblebee Y-Maze

The Bumblebee Y-Maze is used to determine the relationship between eye optical quality and behavioural ability at target detection over a range of sizes of insects of the same species.

Caterpillar Y-maze is Y shaped, with two symmetrical arms and one longitudinal section

Caterpillar Y-Maze

The Caterpillar Y-Maze is used to assess memory retention during metamorphosis.

Ant Binary Tree Maze

The Mazeengineers binary tree maze comes with both the tree as well as the artificial ant nest. The binary tree comes with 4 forks.

Ant Y-maze as the name suggests is Y shaped, with two symmetrical arms and one longitudinal section

Ant Y Maze

Discover the benefits of our user-friendly Ant Y maze utilizing it for the evaluating of the olfactory learning and memory behaviour in ants.

Ant T-maze is used to evaluate the social, spatial, and cognitive behaviors of ants

Ant T maze

The Ant T Maze can be used for stress less assessing of cognitive and behavioural functions of ants.

Ant Colony Maze

Request the Ant Colony Maze and use it in your studies for increasing levels of complexity of the foraging of food within an open field.

Ant Double Bifurcation T

With help of the Multiple T Maze you can effectively run complex tests to assess the reference and working memory and learning abilities of rodents.

Bee Radial Arm

Collect more data with our innovative and precisely designed Bee Radial Arm Maze that was redesigned for the assessment of spatial working memory in bees.

Bee Reward Expectations Apparatus

This apparatus allows the researcher to pair sucrose (or other solutions) in an artificial flower patch to study reward expectations.

Bee Soccer

Try our Bee Soccer tool that includes Home, Corridor and Test arena and observe complex behaviour of the bumblebees.

Bee Spatial Reorientation test apparatus is helpful in evaluating the navigational and sensory mechanism adopted by invertebrates to reorient themselves

Bee Spatial Reorientation

Our Bee Spatial reorientation test is very useful in investigating the navigational mechanism of bumblebees and their ability to reorient.