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Monarch butterflies #7562044 07/22/19 06:35 PM
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Spouse got some milkweed established along our sidewalk, now we have tons of it . First monarch of the summer showed up today.

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Nice. They're about the only bug I can/will tolerate.


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I fished a couples bass tournament championship many years ago during the first week of October at lake O.H. Ivie. The sky was literally orange with Monarch's. There must have been millions and millions of them. I will never forget that sight.


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Re: Monarch butterflies [Re: Wytex] #7566652 07/29/19 02:57 AM
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Once they are ready to pupate they will crawl up to your eave & evolve to a chrysalis. It is exciting to watch with the grand kids. Those caterpillars are veracious. They will eat that plant down to the stems. Once there is no more plant you can put Butternut Squash pieces out & they will chow down on it.

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My daughter liked watching the caterpillars - black, white, and yellow striped.
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