Thursday, September 13, 2012

Monarch Butterflies Stop Off For Some Honey From Roosevelt Island African Queen Summer Lilacs On Their Annual Migration

 Image From C Grant

Roosevelt Island resident C. Grant shares these photos of Monarch Butterflies hanging out on Roosevelt Island

Image From C. Grant

by the West Side of the Octagon about a week ago

Image From C. Grant

and reports:
Beautiful Monarch Butterflies stop off for some honey from our purple African Queen summer lilacs (Buddleja Davidii) on their annual migration flight to Mexico and California. Viewing tip: an easy way to tell the difference between a Monarch butterfly and a Monarch moth, the butterfly holds its wings vertical when at rest while the moth holds its wings against its body. A butterfly’s antennae are club-shaped with a long shaft and a bulb at the end, while moth’s antennae are feathery or saw-edged.
For more on Monarch Butterflies, check out this video of a day in the life of a Monarch Butterfly at the Roosevelt Island community Garden

You Tube Video of Monarch Butterfly at Roosevelt Island Community Garden
from this previous post.


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