Let's talk about Monarchs!
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hyland wrote:We've had one sighting of a female Monarch caterpillar flying over our milkweed in SE Louisiana. We found approx. 50 eggs. We are rearing and releasing them.
Harlen E. Aschen wrote:... We have observed overwintering populations in Port O'Connor and have heard of others being found at Rockport and they might exist in Corpus. Houston seems to host a small year round population of monarchs except for extreme winters ...
tzuhouse wrote:The fall and spring after hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit...
kmartha wrote:(And, I know that that caterpillar flying over your milkweed is a typo, right?)
anlturner wrote:I live in a coastal burb of Houston and have had close to a hundred larvae and now have a few dozen pupas (that we can find easily) all around the garden. I obviously need to plant more milkweed as there is nothing left.
Do I need to protect the pupa from anything or just leave them be?
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