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Photo#129765
Monarch Hatch - Danaus plexippus

Monarch Hatch - Danaus plexippus
Lake Country, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
July 22, 2007
The eggs on my milkweed have hatched.

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Fantastic Images.
I was just doing some checking before adding similar images. Excellent work.

 
Images
Images from different locations are interesting. Hope to see you post yours.

Yes, wonderful photos,
good you managed to be present. Which milkweed? Judging by the hairyness, plus location, my guess is Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed).

 
Don't know what kind
Sorry, my memory isn't good enough to for sure link the ones in my garden to any of my Google searches. I will make sure to take good pictures of the plants next year.

Great photos. Thanks for sha
Great photos. Thanks for sharing them.

Great images.
Great images.

 
and hoping for more
Now my goal is to get a series of photos showing a molt. And I've been reading the photography forum and dreaming about lenses that I will one day buy.

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