A distinction closely related to Sense dependence vs reference.
Causes are in the realm of the world of science, which is related to but distinct from the space of reasons.
Conflating these two leads to empiricism, where the meaning of our ideas must be reduced to sense impressions (because, causally, our conceptual activity depends on them). Kant phrases this as “giving a mere physiology of the understanding”.
The order of causation and the order of explanation diverge in the case of the Bee Waggle. One wants to be able to explain the motions of the bee by invoking the dance pattern which the motions are an instance of.