[Leps-l] Monarchs - subspecies, genetics and migration

James Kruse jjkruse at alaska.edu
Fri Jun 3 11:24:07 EDT 2022

Monarchs are soon to be orange, flying, migrating fish anyhow, don't you


Seriously though, how is the average person supposed to respect
environmental law with this sort of thing? I suppose if you are an 'end
justifies the means' sort, then this makes perfect sense.

Jim Kruse
Denver, CO

On Sat, May 28, 2022 at 4:54 PM Taylor Jr, Orley R <chip at ku.edu> wrote:

> There was a recent thread dealing with these topics. Sorry, I lost that
> thread, but here are some references that speak to those issues.
> The genetics of monarch butterfly migration and warning colouration
> Published in Nature on October 16, 2014
> Non-migratory monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus (L.), retain
> developmental plasticity and a navigational mechanism associated with
> migration
> Micah G Freedman,  Hugh Dingle,  Christine A Tabuloc,  Joanna C Chiu,
> Louie H Yang,  Myron P Zalucki
> Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Volume 123, Issue 2, February
> 2018, Pages 265–278, https://doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/blx148
> Published: 21 December 2017
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