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by Mark Mullaney, Pleasanton Heights,
on Mar 31, 2009
Read the "Butterfly's everywhere" thread...
MainStreetDiva has some great Web Links...
I read that millions of them hatched in Northern Mexico/Southern California and are migrating up North.
I'm wondering if they will make this a normal path for them.
The last big migration was in 2005
Most are Painted Ladies. I have seen a number of Swallowtails also. In a one minute period I counted 50 through my back yard. Let's see
50 X 60 minutes X 8 hours X 5 days = 120,000. Glad they all didn't stop!
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