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 Date SubmittedCityState/provinceTypeMilkweedComments
View 11/29/2018 Eieieiei AK Other  Test
View 6/4/2022 naranjito PR Monarchs Asclepias curassavicafemale
View 5/28/2022 Sasser GA Monarchs Asclepias perennisI have one large pot with ten or twelve A. perennis and then six more A. perennis in the ground. There is 1 larva on one plant in the ground. I found 3 larvae on plants in the large pot. I have no clue how to fill in the area! I had a bazillion larvae in 2020, but almost none in 2021. I am hopeful that this year will be more like 2020.
View 5/27/2022 Newtown PA Monarchs CommonMonarch Butterfly flying around milkweed
View 4/26/2022 San Juan Capistrano CA Monarchs NarrowleafOnly eggs found on 10 plants out of about 45 plants of native narrowleaf milkweed. Warmer temps are attracting more butterflies.
View 4/26/2022 San Juan Capistrano CA Monarchs TropicalWitnessed Monarch laying eggs on tropical plants with native narrowleaf close by.
View 4/24/2022 VIRGINIA Beach VA Monarchs NoneI observed an adult monarch flying in my neighborhood, about .5 mile from my usual observation site. This is the first adult monarch that I have seen this year.
View 3/31/2022 San Juan Capistrano CA Monarchs Narrowleaf (Native CA)Very cool morning, temp-63.
View 3/18/2022 San Juan Capistrano CA Monarchs Narrowleaf & TropicalTropical milkweed is many yards away from Narrowleaf milkweed.
View 12/7/2021 Jupiter FL Monarchs  On the ocean
View 12/3/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Along the beach
View 12/2/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Going north. On the Atlantic ocean
View 12/2/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  On the beach
View 12/2/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  On the beach
View 12/1/2021 Berkeley CA Monarchs  flying monarch in the berkeley student farms
View 12/1/2021 Berkeley CA Monarchs unknownflying monarch in a pollinator garden
View 12/1/2021 Berkeley CA Monarchs unknownpassing through the garden
View 11/1/2021 Kent OH Monarchs  we went to a similar location as last time and observed 1 egg
View 11/21/2021 San Antonio TX Monarchs Tropical milkweedI found 4 monarch caterpillars on one tropical milkweed and I found 2 monarch caterpillars on a different tropical milkweed in my yard. I also found 2 monarch caterpillars and on a Gregg's mistflower next to the tropical milkweed in my yard.
View 11/15/2021 Encino CA Monarchs Tropical, narrowleaf milkweedMonarch caterpillars of various instars, feeding on tropical and narrowleaf milkweed.
View 11/1/2021 Bedford OH Monarchs  observed 1 instar near another egg on a milkweed plant
View 11/1/2021 Hudson OH Monarchs  1 egg appeared out of the 3 milkweed plants observed
View 11/1/2021 Sagamore Hills OH Other Asclepias sullivantiiappeared to be this species of milkweed, unsure of how accurate this is
View 9/28/2021 Grapevine TX Monarchs Asclepias tuberosa - 1 Monarch larvae grown to 3rd instar. Brought indoors to raise to emergence.Milkweed plants are doing well - Monarch around 3rd instar on tuberosa milkweed. Brought in to raise until it emerges in hopes in classifying sex and tagging.
View 12/7/2021 Madison VA Monarchs  Observed 1 adult nectaring near my house.
View 9/17/2021 New Orleans LA Monarchs Tropical MilkweedI saw one caterpillar munching on Milk weed.
View 9/13/2021 San Antonio TX Monarchs Tropical MilkweedThe Monarchs in my yard are competing with the Queens. Both are laying eggs on the Tropical Milkweed.
View 9/13/2021 New Ulm TX Monarchs Asclepias TuberosaHad 6 adult Monarchs emerge 5 males and 1 female and sighted a female Monarch flying in the lower gardens. Note: lost one chrysalis, a tachinid fly larva dropped from it. Note: When I find the caterpillars in the garden I relocate some to where there are 3 to 4 on a very bushy branch and I secure a mesh bag over the branch. Ants and the flys and nothing else can get to them. I have started doing this with all that I find because I started out one day with 28 cats out in the garden and by the next morning there were only 6 left.. since I started doing this , I’ve only lost one cat outside. Then when they are in their 5th instar I bring them in. I bring in potted milkweed for them...They are not out of their environment for to long..
View 9/12/2021 hudson River Orange Co... NY Monarchs  Whilg boating in the area of the Hudson River near Marlboro NY and Newburgh New York. Monarchs were flying across the river heading West
View 9/13/2021 New Ulm TX Monarchs Asclepias TuberosaI brought in 5th instar cats to help assure survival. I ended up with 18 chrysalis. I have 3 large habitats for them and control lighting and sounds to mimic outdoor. The sun rises inside as it would outside and so on. I also provide nature sounds, crickets and such for nighttime and birds and such for daytime. I try to keep it close to the environment. Alexa helps immensely with this..
View 9/9/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  Seen at Canterbury Downs Shakopee
View 9/6/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/7/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  Seen on Lower Elkwood ct
View 9/5/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/5/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  Over an I of rain last night
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  NW wind
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  Very large and going sourh
View 9/4/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/2/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/2/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/5/2021 New Ulm TX Monarchs Asclepias TuberosaMonarchs still visiting site early before I can get there.. observed 1 female adult monarch but could not catch her to tag or do the parasite test...
View 9/2/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 9/2/2021 New Ulm TX Monarchs Asclepias Tuberosa and Common MilkweedFound milkweed bugs on a few plants. The cats seem to prefer Asclepias Tuberosa plants instead of Common Milkweed.
View 9/1/2021 APPLE VALLEY MN Monarchs  North side of house