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Monarchs Milkweed and Citizen Science - Shared screen with speaker view
Bryn
21:39
If you have any questions for Martha, you can type them into the chat here
Carrie McMillen
34:30
Do the gold dots have any use or are they just pretty?
Leanne Posko
35:27
sooooooo beautiful!
Leanne Posko
36:38
right side is female??
Leanne Posko
36:51
left side male
Tom Trainor
37:01
right is male?
Belinda
37:04
Rt one is male
Gay Andersen
37:06
Right side is male?
Geoff McGean
37:13
Right is female
Sarah Grimwood
37:20
male is on the right
Sara Foster
37:37
right is male
Thornton Ring
37:39
right is male
Carrie McMillen
37:42
right is male?
Sarah Maas Scheuplein
37:45
make on the right
Sarah Maas Scheuplein
37:52
male
Leanne Posko
43:39
my bucket list too!!
Carrie McMillen
46:57
1
Leanne Posko
47:27
only one so far this year! but i'm growing milkweed!
Nancy
50:36
how do they choose what site and milkweed to lay eggs on. some people I know always get them. I have milkweed but never do. I see them flying around but none stay.
Belinda
01:05:31
why has no one bought up the mexican habitat? It seems like a small amount of land.
Thornton Ring
01:06:29
Can you elaborate on tropical milkweed? Is this commonly sold at garden centers as flowering milkweed?
Linda Diamond
01:08:04
Recommendations on planting milkweed if there are milkweed pods around?
Leanne Posko
01:08:07
so informative - thank you so much!!!!
gwynethloud
01:10:31
is there any hope that we could turn around the decline in monarchs?
Gina Lapinski
01:10:57
how many eggs does one female usually lay?
Barbara Peskin
01:12:32
thank you so much! all so important
Tom Trainor
01:13:10
Thanks for an excellent presentation!
Gina Lapinski
01:13:31
Thanks so much. very interes
Linda Diamond
01:13:32
Thank you!