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Old 11-07-2018, 06:32 PM   #51
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There are still caterpillars eating tropical milkweed in Ohio. The tropical milkweed deniers claim it is "nature" that is causing these very late monarchs cuz "nature" captive raised thousands of monarchs on tropical milkweed in Ohio.
I find this so disturbing.

I wish people could plant natives (local ecotypes if/when possible) in their yards instead of bringing things in that did not co-evolve together.
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