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How the tiny but mighty

insect brain



of stunning complexity

what moves us

How do insect eyes and brains process the plethora of visual information in the environment? How is this information used to recognise suitable flowers, or control intricate flight manoevures? Explore our work on these and many more questions...


Meet the Team

We, the Visual Neuroethology Lab, are a growing group based at Konstanz University - with partners

spread all over the world. 

Find out more about the team below!

Hawkmoths flit and dance
In the stillness of the night
Graceful wings aglow

ChatGTP: write a haiku about hawkmoths

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