BugDorm-4E3030 Insect Rearing Cage

  • Model:BD4E3030
 
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BugDorm-4E3030 insect cage is very easy to assemble by simply connecting plastic poles with connectors.  The BugDorm-43030 has very fine Nylon netting (150 x 150 mesh) all around, using no plastic sheet in any of the panels except the floor for better ventilation.  A thin strip is sewn across the ceiling from which to suspend objects, such as feeders.

There is a 18-cm sleeve opening in the front panel for addition or removal of insects and for replacement of food material.

The framework of BugDorm-4E3030 insect cage is of lightweight fiberglass and constructed outside the enclosure.  There are no places for insects to hide inside the cage.

Package Contents
x1 Fabric Cage Body
x12 Fiberglass Rods (Ø4 mm, L30 cm)
x4 ABS Plastic Webbed Joints (3-Way)
x4 ABS Plastic Joints (3-Way)

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