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Another Monarch View ~ Day 357

When I saw the Monarchs in my garden a couple of days ago, it was so rare, I got several shots. This was another angle that really shows his colors. It is not as clear at the other one as he was about to fly away when I clicked. Nature in my backyard is hard to describe, all year. I am amazed every year at what I see. Something different every season.

365 Photos Challenge Day 357

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    • I just read this Bradley…

      There are two species)of monarch butterflies : Danaus chrysippus aegyptius ( The African Monarch) and Danaus plexippus plexippus (The monarch). The first species meets in Africa in Cameroon and in other countries of the continent. They can domesticated. It is necessary to have plants of the family of Asclapiadaceae. In Reunion island, Danaus chrysippus aegyptius lives on Asclepias and Gomphocarpus.

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