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Monarch butterfly migration at risk of disappearing, Danaus plexippus, Mexico, Monarch butterfly, North America, butterfly, migration , migratory phenomenon

Same spelling in use by the following Labels:

Oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, First UN World Population Conference in Mexico, Animal of the Year 1995 is the Apollo butterfly, Butterfly initiative, Sixteenth UN Climate Change Conference Cancun (COP 16 / CMP 6), Rapid decline in bumblebee species caused by climate change, study finds, Mexico bans gillnets, Butterfly of the Year 2011 is the Purple emperor, Butterfly of the Year 2009 is the European Peacock butterfly, Butterfly of the Year 2010 is the Scarlet Tiger, Butterfly of the Year 2012 is the Small Emperor Moth, Butterfly of the Year 2008 ist the Silver-studded Blue, Insect of the Year 2008 is the Zygaena carniolica, Butterfly of the Year 2004 is the Orange Tip, Butterfly of the Year 2003 is the Scotch argus, Mining Spill in Mexico, Naturphänomen der Migration der Monarch-Falter in Gefahr, Butterfly of the Year 2013 is the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Libellen, Käfer und Schmetterlinge in Europa sind gefährdet, Butterfly of the Year 2015 is the Red Underwing, Insect of the Year 2015 is the Chalkhill Blue, Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50 % over two decades, Historic environmental flow in the Colorado River, Campaign "Butterfly of the Year", Butterfly of the Year 2007 is the Map butterfly, Butterfly of the Year 2006 is the Swallowtail, Butterfly of the Year 2005 is the Grayling, Butterfly of the Year 2014 is the Spurge Hawk-moth, Butterfly of the Year 2017 is the Pale Clouded Yellow, Butterfly of the Year 2017 is the Pale Clouded Yellow, First bumble bee protected under the Endangered Species Act, New spider species found in Mexico, New butterfly species discovered in Israel, Mexico bans gill nets to save endangered vaquita porpoise, Butterfly of the Year 2018 is the Large Tortoiseshell

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