My Monarch tattoo! I raise them and needed to have this body art!

My Monarch tattoo! I raise them and needed to have this body art!

Females begin laying eggs right after their first mating, & both sexes will mate several times during their lives. Adults in summer generations live from 2-5  weeks. Each year, the final generation of Monarchs, which emerges in late summer and early fall, has a  job: to migrate to overwintering grounds, in central Mex for east Monarchs or in Cali for western Mon. Here they survive the long winter until conditions in the US allow them to return to reproduce. adults can live up to 8-9 months.

Females begin laying eggs right after their first mating, & both sexes will mate several times during their lives. Adults in summer generations live from 2-5 weeks. Each year, the final generation of Monarchs, which emerges in late summer and early fall, has a job: to migrate to overwintering grounds, in central Mex for east Monarchs or in Cali for western Mon. Here they survive the long winter until conditions in the US allow them to return to reproduce. adults can live up to 8-9 months.

Monarch Butterflies Tattoo by Adam Sky, Rose Gold's Tattoo, San Francisco, California - Imgur

Monarch Butterflies Tattoo by Adam Sky, Rose Gold's Tattoo, San Francisco, California

Monarch Butterflies Tattoo by Adam Sky, Rose Gold's Tattoo, San Francisco, California - Imgur

Keep the branches exactly as they are, but, instead of the butterfly wing, make that side a cluster of monarchs flying with some landed on the branch stretched out. Also, shading it so that it pops out and making it more realistic looking.

Keep the branches exactly as they are, but, instead of the butterfly wing, make that side a cluster of monarchs flying with some landed on the branch stretched out. Also, shading it so that it pops out and making it more realistic looking.

Reseverd for fleurdog27...Monarch Butterfly ... No. 3 ... Original Abstract…

Reseverd for fleurdog27...Monarch Butterfly ... No. 3 ... Original Abstract watercolor painting by Kathy Morton Stanion EBSQ

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