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Insect Rearing Sleeve

Manufacturer: BugDorm
Insect Rearing Sleeve
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Insect Rearing Sleeve

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These Insect Rearing Sleeves from BugDorm allow you to observe insects in situ by enabling you to contain sections of branch within a temporary enclosure. Made from nylon netting (300μm mesh) they also have a large clear window for easy observation. A full length zipper provides access and long strings at each end allow the sleeve to be secured to the branch.  Sleeves of the same length can be zipped together to provide a larger diameter enclosure.

Available in two sizes – 20 x 40cm and 30 x 70cm.

 

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