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 Date SubmittedCityState/provinceTypeMilkweedComments
View 11/29/2018 Eieieiei AK Other  Test
View 6/17/2021 Midland MI Monarchs Common Milkweed, Butterfly WeedDry Weather conditions About 40% of the plants are weevil damaged
View 6/14/2021 Midland MI Monarchs Common MilkweedLarge of Healthy Milkweed at all stages, 17dC
View 6/16/2021 Austin TX Monarchs Tropical MilkweedI found seven pillars over 2 days - placed in a habitat 5 Monarchs have emerged. Two chrysalis remain.
View 6/21/2021 Sumpter WI Monarchs  Milkweed plants two feet tall.
View 6/7/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  On patio north side of house
View 6/7/2021 Cincinnati OH Other commonI have 30+ plants that I am watching. Most of them are getting ready to bloom.
View 6/5/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  On I terse tion of Cnt 42 and Garret ave
View 6/5/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  On I terse tion of Cnt 42 and Garret ave
View 6/4/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  10:53 am. North side of house
View 6/10/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  85° patio north side of house
View 6/21/2021 Sumpter WI Monarchs Common milkweedMilkweed plants were less than one foot high and 75 percent were badly frost damaged.
View 5/31/2021 Apple Valley. MN Monarchs  It was huge. On the patio north side of house
View 6/1/2021 Apple Valley. MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 6/1/2021 Apple Valley. MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 6/1/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  North side of house
View 5/31/2021 Bandera TX Other Antelope Horn Pearl Milkweed vine109 Antelope Horn, 10 Pearl Milkweed vine. Antelope Horn making pods but not yet ready to harvest for seed. No Monarch butterflies or instars counted.
View 6/4/2021 Merrifield MN Monarchs  While walking a 250 acre parcel two adult monarchs seen on 5/27/2021
View 5/27/2021 Cincinnati OH Other common milkweedMonitoring approximately 30 established plants. Transplanting 5-10 seedlings coming up throughout the yard. Several of the older plants have flower buds starting.
View 5/25/2021 Apple Valley MN Monarchs  On patio. North side of house. 84° SW wind
View 5/21/2021 Cedar Park TX Monarchs Asclepias curassavica5 caterpillars. 1 was on the ground so I put it back on the milkweed
View 5/21/2021 Madison VA Monarchs  Monarch was observed in flight
View 5/7/2021 Kawakawa NTL Monarchs  A lot of aphids on the plants. I tried many organic methods to remove them but they are persistent.
View 4/27/2021 Madison VA Monarchs  Looked fresh and bright orange
View 4/27/2021 Madison VA Monarchs  Looked like a fresh, new monarch, not a tattered or faded one.
View 4/27/2021 Madison VA Monarchs  This looked like a fresh, first-generation monarch because it was bright orange and did not look tattered.
View 4/28/2021 Glen Rose TX Monarchs asperulawalking on interior road. Land is a conservation easement.
View 5/2/2021 Hamburg NY Other Common Milkweedo first sighted Common Milkweed on 4/23 in full sun ½” tall. o 5 additional counted on 4/26 (total of 6 Common Milkweed) o 4 additional counted on 5/1 (total of 10 Common Milkweed). Common Milkweed sizes on 5/1 are 1" to 1/2" tall.
View 4/19/2021 Bandera TX Monarchs Ascelpias asperula (Antelope Horn) - 103 plants Matelea reticulata (Pearl Milkweed Vine) - 10 plantsObserved adult Monarchs flying. Plants blooming: Prairie Verbena, Wild Garlic, Silver Nightshade, Bluebonnets, Englemann Daisy, Frogfruit. Dry Conditions.
View 4/13/2021 Reva VA Other Asclepius syriacaOne four-leaf A. syriaca plant emerging.
View 3/24/2021 Jacksonville FL Monarchs swamp milkweedThese are the first eggs of the season for me
View 2/13/2021 san diego CA Monarchs Asclepias fasciculatalarva was feeding on native milkweed at 1pm
View 2/12/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  On the sea shore facing East. Monarch going Soith
View 2/12/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  On the sea shore facing East. Monarch going Soith
View 2/4/2021 Fulshear TX Monarchs Tropical Giant milkweedsI couldn’t get into this log in until today. So this results are about 2-3 weeks.
View 1/27/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  On the ocean flying with the breeze
View 1/27/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Facing the ocean and flying south
View 1/27/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Facing the ocean from deck. Flying south
View 1/27/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Facing the ocean from deck. Flying south
View 1/27/2021 Juputer FL Monarchs  Flying sourh
View 1/19/2021 Highspire PA Monarchs  I am just setting up registration and making a copy of info to gather. I have been planting milkweed on my 1/4 acre yard for the past 3 years.
View 1/1/2021 Jupiter FL Monarchs  On deck facing the ocean. Monarch going south
View 11/7/2020 Fulshear TX Monarchs Native tropical Giant milkweedsCutting the milkweeds and found eggs and caterpillars so I raise them.
View 11/4/2020 Encino CA Monarchs Narrowleaf and TropicalSmall residential strip of land with milkweed.
View 11/3/2020 Fulshear TX Monarchs Tropical Giant Native milkweedsTrying to cut the milkweeds but found caterpillars then the eggs so I raise them.
View 10/18/2020 Virginia Beach VA Monarchs Swamp abd Red BudI had already reported the 11 pupae when they were instars they are now chrysalis. I had 7 more turn to chrysalis since my last entry. One is super tiny. I found the other 1 instars in another milkweed plant I had outside. That I was bringing in.so the other instars would have more food.. i also brought in A healthy red bud plant and was surprised to see an instar. Tiny second stager. Finally niw also have 5 black swallow rail chrysalis. On Monday 10/11/20 I did see at the Dismal Swamp in NC a beautiful Black swallow tail butterfly. It was the ine whises wings have a blueish-lpurlpe like tint all over its wings with the other markings black swallow tails have on them. It was pretty and it was the only one I saw in the short time I was there.
View 10/14/2020 Virginia Beach VA Monarchs  Saw monarch butterfly fly high up about 29 feet coming from back yard to the front by tall maple tree. Seems more might emerge in the next few days when there are gaps of rain stopping. Seems the large oak tree with english ivy vine did give them protection. The 8 monarch larvas I reported earlier are now 4 chrysalis and anither is in the J shape at the top of screen.
View 10/14/2020 Virginia Beach VA Monarchs  When went to get a full healthy leave red bud milkweed plant that I had left overnight in my indoor courtyard from the ones I had by the huge oak tree in my backyard, That was surprised to see to large larvas and one small one on the plant. During the week when I had checked on plants there were no larvas on them!! Pu that plant indoors in the butterfly cage with other larvas.
View 10/11/2020 Virginia. Each VA Monarchs  Of the 8 Monarch larvas I reported yesterday, two are now Chrysalis. The got ti the top of their cage and attached themselves. Will monitor just in case they fall off. Also fond 3 5th instar black swallow tails at London Bridge Garden Center. Also found 3 1st stage black swallow tail instars From the 35 Instars had see on 10/08/20.
View 10/11/2020 Virginia Beach VA Monarchs  Finally got back to London Bridge Garden Center purchase plants and get the 16 larvas I had seen on 10/08/20. I was sad that there now was only 8 larvas and one 5th instar black swallow tail instar on a huge fennel plant planted next to Lantana huge bush by shed. I put them inside my house in a huge butterfly cage with plants. In separate containers Inside cage I also put a tray with dill, fennel and parsley if black tail butterflies 2 to 4 stage instars in it. We are have and are getting more rain these next few days. I did nit put the Monarch larvas outside because the last time I put them by Oak tree milkweed plants and shrubs They disappeared. I did find a hornet’s nest which I destroyed, but one got away. I kept seeing it once a fa flying over plants that had larvas. I finally found evidence at night as I was cleaning healthy full milkweed plants by Oak tree that there was Huge monarch larvas poop droppings. Which mean that they have crawled all the Way up the tree (27 yrs okd) with the English Ivy wrapped around it. Tree is very healthy Even with all the ivy on it. Tree is 70 ft by 20 ft.