where are all the Monarchs?

Robert Seago rjseago at zetnet.co.uk
Sat Nov 28 11:23:56 EST 1998

In article <01be1a50$129038a0$448a4a0c at paul>, Cyberpoll 2000
<URL:mailto:paul at oksdirect.com> wrote:
> Each year in the fall I enjoy watching the Monarchs go from north to south
> on our Oklahoma highways.

Hello, I am new here and hope that, this sort of enquiry is OK. I
haven't actually read the faq properly.

I saw two very large butterflies in Crete, in October that I assumed
were Monarchs, not being familiar with them. One was feeding on tamarisk
tree flowers, and the other on a compositae plant, popular with other

Not unlike a Monarch, in size ang=d general colour, it however had some
white flashes on the wings. I found a description of a predominately
African butterfly, that reaches Southern Europe, called the Plain Tiger,
or was it Plane Tiger. I wonder if anyone has any comments about it.

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