Dimensions: L71 x W48 cm
Net Weight: 37 grams
Main Material: Woven Mesh | Nylon
Mesh Size: 104 x 94 | 300 µm aperture

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** Attention Valued Customers,

In 2013, we made a minor modification to this rearing sleeve. The mesh count is 104 x 94 mesh/square inch (changed from 100 x 80 mesh/square inch). Please note this change before making purchases.

Made of fine Nylon netting (104 x 94 mesh), these insect rearing bags are the simple solution for studying insects in-situ. Simply wrap this large bag over the branches with the target insects, then cinch the bag shut and tie the strings. Each bag has a zippered opening for easy access.

Reference studies using this series of products:
Mayfield III et al. (2015). Forest Ecology and Management, 335, 1-10.
Özsisli & Prischmann-Voldseth (2016). Insects, 7(4), 64.
Mawassi et al. (2018). Phytopathology, 108(9), 1056-1066.
Heinen et al. (2018). Journal of Ecology, 106(3), 1217-1229.
Clifton et al. (2020). Environmental Entomology, 49(4), 854-864.
Talton et al. (2020). Insects, 11(12), 843.
Kim et al. (2020). Insects, 11(6), 345.
Hu & Tsai (2020). Insects, 11(8), 498.
Gols et al. (2020). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 287(1922), 20192665.
Miall et al. (2021). Journal of Pest Science, 94(2), 335-347.
Robertson et al. (2021). Journal of Economic Entomology, 114(5), 2155-2161.
Li et al. (2021). Insects, 12(2), 181.
Gilmour & Kharouba. (2022). Ecology and Evolution, 12(8), e9131.