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Monarchs from The Butterly House

Monarch butterflies lay their eggs on the Milkweed plant. The eggs hatch 3-6 days after they are laid. The caterpillar is as tiny as a pen head when it comes out of the egg. Within a couple of weeks the caterpillar is about 2 inches long. It takes 3-4 weeks for a caterpillar to make the pupate and 9-14 days to emerge as an adult butterfly.

 


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Pair of Monarch Butterflies

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Very tiny Monarch eggs are laid on Milkweed plants

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Eating the leaves from a Milkweed Plant

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An empty chrysalis (KRIS-uh-liss)

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