Pint-sized Insect Pot with Snap-on Lid (720 ml, wire screen) [pack of 6]

  • Model:BDPW24_6P
 
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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 a temporary enclosure to conveniently restrain insects caught in the field.

The highly breathable screen pre-installed on the donut lid is 24 x 24 mesh wire netting.  Tainted screens can be easily replaced with fresh ones (sold separately) or substituted by your 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, snap down three built-in clips around the rim to secure the lid to the pot.

Contents of 1 pack
x6 Donut Lid with Snap-on Clips (wire screen)
x6 Insect Rearing Pots

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