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Life Cycle of a Butterfly Video - This Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle Movie is perfect for the classroom or home. Photos, narration and video show the Monarch stages from egg to butterfly.
Hello Glorious-Butterflies!! I was hoping you wouldn't mind if I asked your assistance regarding overwintering the black swallowtail. I actually had
Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle PowerPoint - Excellent monarch life cycle elementary science lesson plans idea. Includes free Study Guide with questions and answers. Great for homeschool lesson plans,
Taken at an outdoor butterfly park in Mission Texas. Karen says: Thank you for the beautiful picture of a gulf fritillary butterfly. The underside of
Cheap Butterfly Garden Kit - Quick and easy butterfly garden kit Includes plants and instructions.
Butterfly Garden Plants - Cheap Butterfly Plants for attracting butterflies to your garden.
If you have a question about monarch eggs, check this Q&A page on monarch butterfly eggs to see if you can find the answer.
OE or Ophryocystis elektroscirrha is a parasite which affects Monarch butterflies. It shows up in the chrysalis and butterfly.
Here are some questions and answers about Monarch Butterfly OE.
Milkweed plants are the host plant or caterpillar food for monarch butterflies.
Check out these questions and answers, tips and interesting information about tropical and swamp milkweed plants.
A Painted Lady Butterfly is very easy to raise. Many teachers raise painted lady butterflies in their classrooms for school science project ideas.
Here is more information on the pretty little painted lady butterfly.
One of our butterflies appears to be ready to hatch. We are first time butterfly people and just put the caterpillars in a cardboard box. I am worried
Do the caterpillars ever pupate right on the milkweed plants or do I need to get them to an enclosed container with a twig as soon as they reach a certain
Is the size of the chrysalis significant? We are new to the experience of capturing a caterpillar and raising a monarch butterfly. We have two chrysalis
Congratulations Donna - Winner of the Bulletin Board Contest! I began this bulletin board with the idea of having a living board where children could pass