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Excerpt from Louisiana Conservationist, Vol. 45: September-October, 1993
As I watched the colorful queues wind their way along the downtown route, I, too, raised my hands and voice in jubilation, for I was the first scientist to actually document the trans Gulf phenomenon in October 1991. Now, three years later, the monarch mascot was a fitting tribute not only to the butterﬂy, but to that discovery as well.
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