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Author Information

Karen S. Oberhauser (PhD in Ecology, University of Minnesota) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Michelle J. Solensky (PhD in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, USA.

Contact Information

If you are aware of any important scientific publications about the ecology of the monarch butterfly that were omitted from this review, or have other suggestions for improving it, please contact the authors at the following e-mail addresses: 

Dr. Karen Oberhauser:     oberh001 {at} umn.edu

Dr. Michelle J. Solensky:      msolensky {at} wooster.edu

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Citation

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Oberhauser KS, Solensky MJ  (2012)   Monarch Butterfly Ecology.  ECOLOGY.INFO 28

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Intro & Breeding Ecology I

Breeding Ecology
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Fall Migration
Ecology

Monarch Overwintering Ecology

Spring Migration
Ecology

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