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Tiger Swallowtail  Take a look at a Tiger Swallowtail butterfly and you'll see how this black-striped insect got its name. Tiger Swallowtails can reach more than 5 inches across, filling the garden with bold yellow color. Attract their caterpillars with trees such as willow, ash, birch, or cottonwood. The butterflies drink nectar from coneflower and Mexican sunflower.

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Tiger Swallowtail Take a look at a Tiger Swallowtail butterfly and you'll see how this black-striped insect got its name. Tiger Swallowtails can reach more than 5 inches across, filling the garden with bold yellow color. Attract their caterpillars with trees such as willow, ash, birch, or cottonwood. The butterflies drink nectar from coneflower and Mexican sunflower.

Monarch butterflies are dying off... and scientists now believe Monsanto is to blame. (15837 signatures on petition)

Monarch butterflies are dying off... and scientists now believe Monsanto is to blame. (15837 signatures on petition)

Danaus Plexippus is the scientific name for the Monarch Butterfly. Monarchs can be found on all continents wherever milkweed plants are except the polar regions.

Danaus Plexippus is the scientific name for the Monarch Butterfly. Monarchs can be found on all continents wherever milkweed plants are except the polar regions.

Monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus  Host plants: Milkweed  Nectar plants: Milkweed, asters, red clover, zinnia, cosmos, lantana, pentas, daisy

Monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus Host plants: Milkweed Nectar plants: Milkweed, asters, red clover, zinnia, cosmos, lantana, pentas, daisy

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