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Assessing Role of Major Drivers in Recent Decline of Monarch Butterfly Population in North America
Frontiers in Environmental Science
Monarch (Danaus plexippus L.) is a long distance migratory species of butterfly in North America that has experienced population declines in recent years. Several interacting factors have been postulated to contribute to this decline. For example, reduced overwintering habitat in Mexico as a result of logging leading to deforestation and reduced breeding habitats in the United States. Decreased spring breeding populations and inclement weather patterns have also been proposed. Herbicides aredoi:10.3389/fenvs.2018.00086 fatcat:srliku5tbfa7vmtte4leooudnm