Dimensions: W32.5 x D32.5 x H32.5 cm
Net Weight: 220 grams
Main Material: Woven Mesh | Nylon
Mesh Size: 150 x 150 | 160 µm aperture
Clear Panel: Front
Mesh Panel: Top, Back, Right, Left
Opening: 1 x Front Sleeve

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Formerly BugDorm-43030F (BD43030F)

Of the same structure as BugDorm-4 series insect cages with 96 x 26 mesh Polyester netting, this BugDorm-4F series uses very fine 150 x 150 mesh Nylon netting that effectively keeps aphids, thrips, and parasitic wasps from escaping or entering the cage.

BugDorm-4F3030 insect cage is very easy to assemble by simply connecting poles with splints.  The front panel of BugDorm-4F3030 insect rearing cage is of clear plastic for observing insect activity; the top and three side panels are of fine Nylon netting (150 x 150 mesh) for ventilation.  There is a 18-cm sleeve opening in the front panel for addition or removal of insects and for replacement of food material.  A thin strip is sewn across the ceiling from which to suspend objects such as feeders.

The framework of BugDorm-4F3030 insect cage is of lightweight fiberglass and constructed outside the enclosure. There are no places for insects to hide inside the cage.

Reference studies using this series of products:
Badenes-Perez et al. (2010). Pest Management Science, 66(8), 832-838.
Hunter et al. (2011). Florida Entomologist, 94(4), 1051-1054.
Petzold-Maxwell et al. (2012). Journal of Economic Entomology, 105(4), 1407-1418.
Badenes-Perez et al. (2014). Phytochemistry, 98, 137-144.
Manley et al. (2015). PLoS One, 10(8), e0134453.
Reynolds et al. (2016). Journal of Economic Entomology, 109(3), 1254-1260.
Chari et al. (2017). PLoS Biology, 12(8), e1001935.
Tigreros et al. (2017). Ecology Letters, 20(4), 487-494.
Veronesi et al. (2018). Parasitology Research, 117(6), 1925-1932.
Gonzales et al. (2018). Scientific Reports, 8(1), 1-14.
Gassmann et al. (2020). Pest Management Science, 76(1), 268-276.
Robinson et al. (2020). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14(3), e0007719.
Santosh et al. (2021). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 17.
Tarusikirwa et al. (2021). Pest Management Science, 77(1), 184-193.
Khan et al. (2021). Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1-9.
Jones et al. (2021). Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1-12.
Somers et al. (2022). Science Advances, 8(2), eabl4844.
Bimbilé Somda et al. (2022). Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1-13.
Mutamiswa et al. (2022). Pest Management Science.