The One and Only By:Justin and CodyPosted in Community, Science, Social Studies & Culture | 2 Comments »
The One and Only By:Justin and Cody
You may not believe this but we are the only Monarch Way Station in the East valley! The thing that we are the most surprised about is that they actually visit us, but it’s not just Monarchs that visit us. Many other different butterfly species come that are just as interesting as the Monarch. To learn more about these insignificant, but amazing creatures. Read on…
Monarch By: Cody
The monarch butterfly’s colors are black, orange, and white. It’s kind of like a halloween butterfly. The monarch butterfly is a milkweed butterfly. It’s in the family of Nymphalidae. The Monarch butterflies are possibly the best known butterfly of north american butterflies. You may not know this but monarchs go through four generations a year.
Pipevine Swallowtail By: Justin
The Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly is a beautiful species. It is mostly black, with a shade of electric blue, and orange spots. They are usually found in North and central America, during April to October it is seen in northern areas and during february to November it is seen in southern areas. One of it’s predators is the ,Bald Faced Hornet. It’s main diet is virginia Snakeroot, Common Milkweed, Bull thistle, Japanese Honeysuckle, and butterfly Bush.
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