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James Price wrote:Also, this year for the first time we had a substantial number of mature plants of A. speciosa, and from mid-season on, all egg-laying females showed a very marked preference for it in oviposition, to the extent that they would lay double or triple the number of eggs on it than on all other species combined.
I brought 7 cats to a kindergarten class and they raised and releases them. Introducing 30 children and 2 teachers. ...After finding 30 eggs in September, I enlisted the help of 3 families to help me in the raising of these last ones, and they are now hooked. ( approximately 16 people in those families.) ...
This May I volunteered to share my love of raising Monarchs to my church's woman's ministry on the night of their perennial exchange, where there will be approximately 30 woman.
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