Dimensions: W24.5 x D24.5 x H24.5 cm
Net Weight: 180 grams
Main Material: Knitted Mesh | Polyester
Mesh Size: 96 x 26 | 680 µm aperture
Clear Panel: Front
Mesh Panel: Top, Back, Right, Left
Opening: 1 x Front Sleeve

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Formerly BugDorm-42222 (BD42222)

External dimensions of BugDorm-4S2222 insect cage are only L24.5 x W24.5 x H24.5 cm, making it a perfect fit for lab selves with limited space.

The front panel of BugDorm-4S2222 insect rearing cage is of clear plastic for observing insect activity.  Top panel and three side panels are of Polyester netting (96 x 26 mesh) for ventilation.  Centered in the front panel is a sleeve opening (17 cm diameter) for adding or removing insects and for replacing food material.  A thin strip is sewn across the ceiling from which to suspend objects such as feeders.

The framework of lightweight fiberglass makes BugDorm-4S2222 insect cage very easy to assemble.  Simply use connectors to connect poles.  Moving BugDorm-4S2222 will not make it fall apart because the netting is sewn to perfectly match and hold the frame.

Reference studies using this series of products:
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Mains et al. (2016). Scientific Reports, 6(1), 1-7.
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Park et al. (2017). Molecules, 22(7), 1050.
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Mains et al. (2019). Journal of Medical Entomology, 56(5), 1296-1303.
Hafer‐Hahmann & Vorburge (2020). Ecology Letters, 23(8), 1232-1241.
Nicholas & Nordström (2020). Current Biology, 30(14), 2739-2748.
Goelen et al. (2020). Functional Ecology, 34(2), 507-520.
Krzywinska et al. (2021). Current Biology, 31(5), 1084-1091.
Kancharlapalli et al. (2021). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 15(10), e0009824.
Li et al. (2021). Nature Communications, 12(1), 1-10.
Arran et al. (2021). Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1-10.
Mastronikolos et al. (2022). Insects, 13(2), 179.
Hernández-Triana et al. (2022). Parasites & Vectors, 15(1), 1-8.