Insect Rearing Bag (L40 x W25 cm) [pack of 18]

  • Model:DC3225_18P
 
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Slide the bag over the leaves and tie shut with attached strings. This insect rearing bag of fine Nylon netting (104 x 94 mesh/square inch) is an economical solution for studying insects in-situ and for restricting target insects to a small area.

NOTE: Bags are sewn with single stitches. Distance between stitches is about 2 mm. Therefore, these bags may not be suitable for rearing very small insects.

Contents of 1 pack
18x Bags

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