6. Female Monarchs tend to have ________ wing veins.
8. ________ focuses on Monarch Butterflies, Honeybees, Native Pollinators and their unique roles in our ecosystem.
9. The Monarch Butterfly is the ________ migrating insect in North America.
11. ________ helps scientists study migration patterns.
14. There are over ________ varieties of milkweed worldwide.
16. The ________ Monarchs have pheromone patches.
17. The type of trees the overwintering Monarchs roost in.
1. When a Monarch Caterpillar pupates it becomes a ________.
2. This type of butterfly mimics the Monarchs' wing pattern.
3. The name of the Pollination Station mascot.
4. The Monarch butterfly can be found as far north as ________.
5. The majority of Monarchs migrate to ________ each fall.
7. Monarch Caterpillars will only eat leaves from the ________ plant.
10. The caterpillars feed on milkweed for about two ________.
12. The headquarters for "Monarch Watch" are located in ________.
13. Monarch Caterpillars rely on milkweed ________ for protection from predators.
15. Approximately how many days does it take for a Monarch egg to hatch?