Sunday, July 20, 2008

Just in Time for Summer!

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In the wild butterflies find their greatest source of sodium,
essential minerals and vitamins from wild animal urine
puddles and urine-soaked leaves. Now you can bring this
natural buttlerfly attractant to your garden with ButterflyPee -
pure urine from the wild. We have been in the urine business
a long time, but we always get excited when we discover
a new use for this incredibly renewable resource!

Directions: Pour a shallow pool of ButterflyPee into a colorful
dish and place on the ground, stump or fence post in a place that gets
a lot of direct sunlight. The butterflies will find it quite soon.
Replenish as needed.

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Look at what butterfly experts have to say about using "pee" for attracting butterflies:
"The minerals and sodium in urine are
appealing to the butterfly!"

CHRIS PACKHAM "InsideOut" BBC
"Quite a few butterflies prefer urine... to flowers."
New Jersey Audubon Society
Up front, it's probably worth noting that
butterflies have an eclectic type of diet...
(ok, they are attracted to urine and other types of wildlife excrement).
Green Nature

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"A butterfly drinks by uncoiling its proboscis
and laying it in the crevices of the mulch,
or along the edge a water droplet, drawing water through the tube shaped tongue. Butterflies
can often be seen drinking, or puddling,
from mud puddles and areas of concentrated
urine in order to obtain required salts and
minerals as well as water. "
Butterfly Gardening in Florida
'Animal urine also contains a variety of salts
enjoyed by butterflies, and is used by many
collectors as bait."
Ponang Butterfly Farm
"Other items that attract butterflies include
soil enriched with urine..."
Butterfly Garden Designs
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2 comments:

uncomplicatedly said...

By contrast, my roommate has plant food specifically designed for orchids which advertises "No Urea!" in large letters on the front.

Hi, I read this.

Robot Boy said...

Orchids are parasitic I believe and the nitrogen in urea would probably kill them.