BugDorm-4M2222 Insect Rearing Cage

  • Model:BD4M2222
 
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External dimensions of BugDorm-4M2222 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 BugDorm-4M2222 insect rearing cage has Nylon netting (44 x 32 mesh) all around, using no plastic sheet in any of the panels except the floor for better 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-4M2222 insect cage very easy to assemble.  Simply use connectors to connect poles.  Moving BugDorm-4M2222 will not make it fall apart because the netting is sewn to perfectly match and hold the frame.

Package Contents
x1 Fabric Cage Body
x12 Fiberglass Rods (Ø4 mm, L22 cm)
x4 ABS Plastic Webbed Joints (3-Way)
x4 ABS Plastic Joints (3-Way)

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