Debate continues: Tropical milkweed Ok for Monarch butterflies, "just cut the dang stuff down."
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Top posts of 2013 include the decline of the Monarch butterfly migraiton, how to raise Monarchs and move chrysalises, and a few stories about moths
Dr. Chip Taylor told commercial butterfly breeders that the Monarch butterfly roosting sites this year will only occupy 1.25 acres in Mexico--down from an average of 22 acres.
Want to learn how to raise butterflies? Join us at the IBBA/AFB butterfly breeders conference. Dr. Chip Taylor of Monarch Watch will speak.
Caterpillar cannibalism update: Monarch caterpillars eat sister chrysalises, eggs and caterpillars for lunch in photos by Shady Oak Butterfly Farm.
Butterfly FAQ: Is Relocating a Monarch Chrysalis OK? Yes, and Here’s Tips On How to Handle Them With Care
Butterfly FAQ: Is it OK to relocate a Monarch chrysalis after its formed? Answer: Yes, and here's some tips on what to keep in mind when you do.