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  1. Monarque

    Monarque

    Monarch
  2. Petit Monarque

    Petit Monarque

    African monarch
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    Nikon Monarch HG 10x42 blackouts

    Hello, I recently bought this bino and I am having some problems when I look at the edges of the image. I haven't had roof binoculars in the past so I don't know how they are supposed to work and what to expect. I think I have set the IPD well and I can see the whole field when looking at the...
  4. Monarch Female

    Monarch Female

    Monarch (Danaus plexippus: Danaidae) female. Wingspan 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4.0 in). Treated in the family Nymphalidae by some taxonomists. She is perched on giant ragweed.
  5. Two Monarchs and One Queen

    Two Monarchs and One Queen

    Two Monarchs (Danaus plexippus: Danaidae), upper left and right. Wingspan 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4.0 in). One Queen (Danaus gilippus: Danaidae), lower left. Wingspan 7.6- 8.9 cm (3.0-3.5 in). Some authors place these two species in the Nymphalidae family. They are nectaring Tropical Milkweed...
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    Nikon Monarch M5 or GPO Passion ED?

    Hello, after weighing many parameters, I ended up at these two models from which I can pick one. I have been using Monarch DCF 8x42 for 17 years now. No problems, apart from serious wear-off. Now I want to change to 10x42 and step up if possible. I had no chance to try the GPO 10x42, only a...
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    Monarch HG 8x30 vs 8x42 ?

    I own the Monarch HG 10x42 and love it. Want to buy one more pair of HG's to complement the 10x42 Headed to Africa for Safari (Okavango and Chobe) with my wife and mother. None of us need glasses for binocular viewing. 8x30 is a bit lighter and smaller - the weight savings may be noticeable...
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    Monarch butterfly
  9. Spectacled Monarch

    Spectacled Monarch

    Spectacled Monarch
  10. Magnificent Monarch

    Magnificent Monarch

    I got this beautiful photo of a Monarch on my way down to the old beach.
  11. Monarch Butterfly

    Monarch Butterfly

    It is feeding on Swamp Milkweed.
  12. Monarch Butterfly on Mexican Sunflower

    Monarch Butterfly on Mexican Sunflower

    Save the Monarch's taken at 1/800th, F/2.8, 4.3mm at ISO 100
  13. Monarch Butterfly on Mexican Sunflower

    Monarch Butterfly on Mexican Sunflower

    photo taken at f/4.5 at 1/250th shutter speed, ISO 100 and 42.8mm focal length
  14. Monarch in the Butterfly Bush

    Monarch in the Butterfly Bush

    Lovely light tonight in my back yard.
  15. Monarchs

    Monarchs

    Found a pair on some Swamp Milkweed.
  16. Monarch

    Monarch

    Monarque
  17. Plain Tiger

    Plain Tiger

    Petit Monarque
  18. Monarch butterfly on Golden rod

    Monarch butterfly on Golden rod

  19. Monarch

    Monarch

    Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4.0 in). The aberrant individual was among other normal Monarchs visiting milkweed and other flowering plants. It appears to be leucistic or just too much sun (lol). Near Aguas Verdes, San Martn, Per. Roadside...
  20. Monarch

    Monarch

    Monarch (Danaus plexippus: Danaidae) 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4.0 in) wingspan. Nectaring Greggs Mistflower (Conoclinium greggii: Asteraceae) Closed wing (ventral) view. Camelot Park, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, USA. Small flower garden in an open park setting with scattered oaks, pecan and juniper at...
  21. Frilled Monarch

    Frilled Monarch

    Endemic to the forests of New Guinea
  22. A Plant for Royalty

    A Plant for Royalty

    Greggs Mist Flower (Conoclinium greggii: Asteraceae). A plant for royalty. A Monarch and three Queens. Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus: Nymphalidae), Queen Butterfly (Danaus gilippus: Nymphalidae). Salado Creek, Salado, Bell County, Texas, USA. A small native plant garden adjacent to the...
  23. Monarch Butterfly

    Monarch Butterfly

    Caught it on Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa).
  24. Monarch Butterfly on Blazing Star

    Monarch Butterfly on Blazing Star

    Monarch butterfly at Holden Arboretum, Kirtland, Ohio
  25. Monarch Butterfly

    Monarch Butterfly

    Taken at the meadow at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve in Pennsylvania, United States
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