While monitoring eggs, larvae and adult monarchs with other volunteers at a housing development, I spotted two eggs on a Common Milkweed which was part of a patch of leathery bedraggled-looking milkweed plagued with tussock moth larvae and aphids, I spotted two large monarch eggs and took them home to rear because they were doomed.
Latitude: 45.2 Longitude: -93.2
Observed by: Kathleen
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