Danaus plexippus

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Synonyms for Danaus plexippus

large migratory American butterfly having deep orange wings with black and white markings

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polydamas X Phoebis argante X Phoebis sennae X Aphrissa statira X Pyrisitia proterpia X Eurema daira X Anartia fatima X Anartia jatrophae X Jononia evarete X Euptoieta hegesia X Anthanassa drucilla X Anthanassa ardys X Anthanassa frisia X Microtia elva X Danaus plexippus X Danaus gilippus X Danaus eresimus X Cyllopsis philodice X Cyllopsis argentella X Hermeuptychia hermes X Oexoschistus tauropolis X Eretris hulda X Eretris suzannae X Pronophila timanthes X Calephelis spp.
Characteristics of fall migratory monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus, in Minnesota and Texas.
Solensky MJ (2004) The effect of behavior and ecology on male mating success in over wintering Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus).
Conservando la mariposa monarca (Danaus plexippus L.), conservando enemigos naturales de plagas.
One Monarch (Danaus plexippus) egg was found on a milkweed.
If you are planting milkweed specifically to attract monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus), be aware that the milkweed sold by most nurseries is not among the species of native North American milkweed on which the monarchs rely.
The integumental anatomy of the monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus L.
Monarchs, Danaus plexippus, are famous for their annual migration from the United States and Canada to Mexico and back.
The monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) in particular still remains a wonder of science and a beauty of nature, in addition to being a pollinator.
The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is one of the world's larger, more spectacular butterflies with a wing span of about 10cm, and with tawny orange wing colouring and black markings.
Widely admired for its eye-catching wings and transcontinental migrations, the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, depends on milkweed plants to survive.
Esta area fue declarada reserva en 1986 por ser mundialmente conocida como zona de hibernada de la mariposa monarca (Danaus plexippus L.) (Brenner, 2006) (Figura 1).