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Does anyone have the longitude and latitude coordinates for the main reserve areas of Mexico where the monarchs tend to be recovered from? At the moment specifically, trying to get coordinates for Cerro Pelon and El Rosario. I am having a heck of a time trying to do this with google maps and other websites since they don't show the actual butterfly sanctuaries for me to try to pinpoint a general center-point marker to use for distance tracking. I have no problems getting coordinates for US cities... it's just Mexico that is driving me nuts. Does Monarch watch staff have such generic coordinates they use for their data when tags are collected?
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http://books.google.com/books?id=H5nRqh ... es&f=false
The monarch butterfly: biology & conservation By Karen Suzanne Oberhauser, Michelle J. Solensky
This page has the longitudes and latitudes.
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