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What eats monarch butterflies?


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Answered 2011-12-14 00:34:53

nothing they are posinous

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nothing eats a monarch butterfly because it is poisonous.


Birds do but some butterflies like the monarch dine on milkweed which is poisonous when consumed.


The organisms that eat monarch butterflies are insects. Yes they are poisinous, but some organisms can handle the poisin in their system. Mostly the insects that eat the monarch butterfly is a wasp, stink bug, and more!


What do Monarch butterflies feed on


the catapillers eat the milkweed, the butterfly eats the necter


Monarch butterflies are large, black and orange in color with white spots. Monarch butterflies closest relatives are the milkweed butterflies.


monarch butterflies are helpful not pesky.


monarch butterflies lay their eggs on the bottom of the milkweed plants.these hatch,eat,and turn into more monarch butterflies!!!!:)


Monarch butterflies are distasteful to birds and other predators of the monarch butterfly because monarch butterflies eat milkweed which makes them taste bad


Monarch butterflies are diurnal; they do everything during the day :)


Monarch Butterflies mature during their pupal stage.


Monarch Butterflies Are King and Queen Butterflies. Because Monarch Means "King and Queen." So the answer is yes.


The color of monarch butterflies varies depending on the traits they received from the parent butterflies. Some monarch butterflies have more orange and brown patterns than others.


no jamaca does not have monarch butterflies however they do pass by while migrating.


Monarch butterflies are poisonous


Some monarch butterflies do indeed migrate through the state of Colorado. Monarch butterflies migrate to warmer regions during the winter.


locust butterflies and monarch butterflies


Monarch butterflies rest on mexico


The common name "Monarch" was first published in 1874 by Samuel H. Scudder because "it is one of the largest of our butterflies, and rules a vast domain" .


When monarch butterflies were extinct it wouuls no have a huge impact on the ecosystem.


Viceroy butterflies do not glide as smoothly as monarch butterflies.


No. There are albino Monarch Butterflies that are white where the orange would normally be.


Monarch butterflies are diurnal, meaning they are active during the day.


Monarch butterflies are cold blooded just like all insects. Monarch butterflies rest in the sun and shiver their wings to warm up when they are cold.


Sodom Apple is also enticing to Monarch Butterflies. The larva will eat the leaves off the bush.



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