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Stainless steel 4.25 inches long grip texture spade-tip heavy duty Butterfly forceps are for handing non-pinned winged insects. Th straight, flat spade-tip distributes less stress on the fragile wing surface. Pinning forceps are used for handling pinned…
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High quality Insect Entomology Pins. These superior pins are fabricated from spring steel with black enamel finish for anti-rust protection with very fine points. Ideal for pinning insects into an insect collection. Pack contains 100 pins.
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Product features Real Antheraea polyphemus, Polyphemus Moth native to USA and Farm raise. Sturdy display with glass top Moth and Display made in USA Phone and email support Display Dimensions are about 5 x 6 x .75 inches
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Peanut-head Lanternfly Real Fulgora lanternaria insect Native to South America real wood frame with glass top wall hanger on back of display 7 x 7  x 1 inches
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Identifying Insects for your Collection Once you catch your insects, you will need to identify them for your collection. In some cases, identifying to the order is sufficient, but in other cases you might want to be more specific. I typically identify my…
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This Students butterfly spreading board is light weight, sturdy, and economical. ideal for single student, Economical enough for the whole classroom.
Butterfly Spreading Board
Butterfly Spreading Board
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This beautiful riker display of a real Madagascar Sunset Moth (Unrania ripheus) is the perfect gift for the insect lover or nature lover in your life. The specimen is a real insect. The frame is a durable pressed fiberboard with a glass cover. The…
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The Beautiful Madagascar Sunset Moth The Madagascan Sunset Moth (Urania rhipheus) was first cataloged by Dru Drury in 1773. Urania rhipheus was first thought to be a Butterfly because it was incorrectly described as having clubbed antennae. Once the…
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What tools should every Collector have in their insect Collecting Kit? I have been collecting insect since I was about 9 years old. There is nothing more exciting than when I happen across a new and really cool bug. I have also noticed that it is equally…
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Identifying Insects for your Collection Once you catch your insects, you will need to identify them for your collection. In some cases, identifying the insect to the order is sufficient, but in other cases you might want to be more specific. For example,…
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