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BugDorm-4E4590 Insect Rearing Cage

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BugDorm-4E4590 Insect Rearing Cage

At 93-cm tall, BugDorm-4E4590 insect cage is tall enough for small potted plants.  The BugDorm-4E4590 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 are three openings in the front panel of BugDorm-4E4590 insect rearing cage.  The zippered opening is large enough to insert potted plants.  On the zippered opening are two 18-cm sleeve openings to permit addition or removal of insects and replacement of food without letting insects escape.

The framework of BugDorm-4E4590 insect cage is of lightweight fiberglass and constructed outside the enclosure.  There are no places for insects to hide inside the cage.

Package Contents
1 x Fabric Cage Body
16 x Fiberglass Rods (Ø4 mm, L45 cm)
4 x ABS Plastic Ridged Joints (2-Way)
4 x ABS Plastic Joints (3-Way)
4 x ABS Plastic Webbed Joints (3-Way)

Dimensions: W47.5 x D47.5 x H93.0 cm
Net Weight: 430 grams
Main Material: Woven Nylon Mesh
Frame: Fiberglass Rods
Mesh: 150 x 150 | 160 µm Aperture
Mesh Panel: All Except Floor
Clear Panel: None
Floor: White Polyester
Sleeve Opening: 2 x Front Sleeve (Ø18 x L38 cm)
Zipper Opening: 1 x Front Zipper (W40 x H80 cm)

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