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Note: Research in this publication was not performed at Janelia.
The Honeybee Brain Atlas serves as 3D database and communicative platform to accumulate structural data, i.e. reconstructed neurons, derived from confocal scans (Brandt et al., 2005) (www.neurobiologie.fu-berlin.de/beebrain/) (1). Transforming neurons into the atlas requires manual segmentation of neuropils within confocal images, a time-consuming task requiring expertise in identifying biological structures which can result in different outcomes from various segmenters.