University of Minnesota
http://www.umn.edu/
612-625-5000

Ecology Fair University of Minnesota Monarch Lab

Abstracts from Garlough Elementary 2006

Garlough Elementary
1740 Charlton
West St. Paul, MN 55118

Year: 2006
Teacher(s): Faye Dragich, Jodi Carter, Maureen Skelly

A Slice of Monarch Life

Emily R, Jeyca M, Nathaniel H, Dominique P, Nicholas L

The Garlough team created a display in the diorama style twice the size of the normal habitat.This slice of life shows all stages of monarch development, from egg to the adult butterfly, in their natural habitat.  In addition to the milkweed needed for the eggs and instars, this creation includes other plants normally found in the monarch habitat including:  goldenrod, prairie grass, cattails, moss, and nectar flowers.


A Slice of Monarch Life

Cody H, Sorocco C, Brian J

The Garlough team created a display in the diorama style, twice the size of the normal habitat.  This slice of life shows all stages of monarch development from egg to the adult butterfly, in their natural habitat.  In addition to the milkweed needed for the eggs and instars, this creation includes other plants normally found in the monarch habitat, including, goldenrod, prairie grass, cattails, moss, and  nectar flowers.


A Slice of Monarch Life

Stephanie A, Camila C, James H

The Garlough Team created a display in the diorama style twice the size of a normal habitat.  This slice of life shows all stages of monarch development from egg to the adult butterfly in their natural habitat.  In addition to the milkweed needed for the eggs and instars, this creation includes other normally found in the monarch habitat, including goldenrod, prairie grass, cattails, moss, and nectar flowers. 


  • © 2015 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.
  • The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Privacy