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you´r righth forgiveness for my mistake
NoelSal - This was indeed a rare sighting for Spain, but it's not impossible. Monarchs have been noted in a variety of of locations outside of North America. See this map at Wikipedia for an example:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Monarc...
isn't danaus plexippus the danaus plexippus is only in north america
No no in the wild of tenerife!!!
Did you take this photo in the wild in Spain, or in a butterfly house? If in the wild, this is a very rare sighting for your area.
Great, even better!
Thank U!!!But fortunately now i have my camera
I was reading your bio. There's nothing wrong with the quality of your images. Phones can do wonders these days. My only advice would be if you are not sure of the species of your spotting, then check the 'help me ID this' box when posting so others can try to help you with ID.
Spotted on Aug 4, 2011 Submitted on Aug 19, 2011