Dimensions: Ø125 x H66 mm | 360 ml
Net Weight: 51 grams
Main Material: Plastic | Polyethylene Terephthalate
Mesh Size: 24 x 24 | 1,350 µm aperture

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Small in size with good visibility, these pint-sized containers are ideal for raising or breeding small colonies of disease vectors in labs with restricted space.  The pint-sized insect pot can serve as temporary enclosures to conveniently restrain insects caught in the field.

The highly breathable screen pre-installed on the donut lid is of 24 x 24 mesh wire netting. Tainted screens can be easily replaced with fresh ones (sold separately) or substituted by your own screen materials.

The donut lid of the pint-sized insect pot has a matte surface for penciling notes.  To assemble a pint-sized insect pot, simply snap down 3 built-in clips around the rim to secure the lid to the pot.

Reference studies using this series of products:
Mazzoni et al. (2015). Behavioural Processes, 115, 53-60.
Taylor et al. (2015). PLoS One, 10(12), e0144598.
Briem et al. (2016). Journal of Pest Science, 89(3), 749-759.
Taboada et al. (2016). Environmental Pollution, 218, 436-445.
Congdon et al. (2017). Virus Research, 241, 145-155.
Guerrero et al. (2018). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 67(1), 72-80.
Flury et al. (2019). ISME Journal, 13(4), 860-872.
Lake et al. (2020). Biological Control, 144, 104218.
Akter et al. (2020). Journal of Economic Entomology, 113(6), 2800-2807.
Ciancio et al. (2021). Journal of Insect Physiology, 128, 104171.
Chung & Okuyama (2021). Ecological Entomology, 46(5), 1019-1025.
Herz et al. (2021). Insects, 12(7), 628.
Wong et al. (2021). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 47(7), 614-627.