G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

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    G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    We had over 100 of these and they just started coming out from their crysallis stage.....Hope you enjoy....They tried taking my Master Blue Frog on their migration to Mexico!!!!









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    Re: G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    Hi,

    beautyfull pictures !!

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    dude, those crawly thingy really gives me the shiver but the flying thingy is so beautiful.
    great pics, brah !!!
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    Re: G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    Bugs, Frogs and Butterflies. Very National Geographic!




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    errrr wrong forum? That was what I felt when I saw this. :) beautiful photos, beautiful frog and beautiful butterflies. gear?

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    Re: G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    Nice pics.

    You won't believe this, but back in the day when I was an entomologist, I worked on rare butterfly ecology and my supervisor was one of the main people who studied the Monarchs and their migration to Mexico.

    Alas, this overwintering site is very vulnerable to climate change, pollution and clearing.

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    Re: G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    Quote Originally Posted by bluegum View Post
    Nice pics.

    You won't believe this, but back in the day when I was an entomologist, I worked on rare butterfly ecology and my supervisor was one of the main people who studied the Monarchs and their migration to Mexico.

    Alas, this overwintering site is very vulnerable to climate change, pollution and clearing.
    That is very cool! My wife and kids started doing this several years ago and it keeps getting bigger and bigger!! It is sad that their winter retreat is being compromised. Thanks so much for the post Bluegum!!!!!
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    Amazing photos, Geode. You need to buy one of the many new orange-and-black G-Shocks for next year's photos.

    By the way, what's the difference between geode and agate?

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    Re: G-Shock Migration-Monarch Version

    Great photos with great subjects. Very enjoyable viewing.

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    That's great Geode.

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