Tourist attraction Mexico: Dozens of Monarch butterflies exterminated during fumigation for mosquitoes

Posted on November 21, 2011 • Filed under: Enviromental Issues, Mexico, TRAVEL

A group of Monarch butterflies was exterminated in Guanajuato, when the Health Department sprayed the pantheon of Salamanca, whose Lepidoptera trees made ​​a stop in his trip to the forests of Michoacan. According to the report of the authorities in Guanajuato, Sanitary District staff conducted activities spray in the pantheon La Cruz, of Salamanca, as part of its actions to combat the dengue mosquito. This past October 31. Read Article

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