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Monarch cats are here

Posted by butterflyaddict 9b (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 9, 13 at 14:10

Found these and many other hungry boogers during my Lunch time garden stroll. I moved a dozen to the rearing house and the others will have to fend off the wrens and lizards on thier own.


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RE: Monarch cats are here

Good for you!! The wrens and lizards should leave them alone; the wasps on the other hand...


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RE: Monarch cats are here

Just look at the size of these tubby little cats! So happy you have taken some in to raise.

Mary


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RE: Monarch cats are here

Leafhead, we have a lot of the red wasp in our yard. Do they really eat the Cats?? Must only be when the cats are small?


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RE: Monarch cats are here

The paper wasps (Polistes) are the worst culprits.
The REALLY big wasps (Sphex) with the orange abdomens love milkweed nectar but do not bother cats.


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