For rearing insects that are larger than 1mm in size. The aperture size of the mesh is 680micro mt or 0.68mm. Several models variant in design and sizes are available to cater to specific research needs.
The tents are wider in and taller in dimensions when compared to the cages. This aspect permits the use of multiple pots or larger canopy plants for rearing or research like ETLs or treatment based studies. A great option to study insect behaviour and its interactions with its' host species.
Utilities for mosquito research namely mosquito rearing cages, aspirators, mosquito traps (Biogents Sentinel, CDC, MKU, etc), mosquito attractants, larval trays, etc. A specific collection of tools available to separately rear the field-collected populations from thelaboratory-adapted mosquitoes.
This section lists utilities for conducting insect bioassays. We have several types of bioassay trays available for research. For example, 6 well, 24 well and 7 well plates etc. These rearing trays could be used to study insect behaviour when fed with feed containing bio-chemicals or synthetics like pesticides
For rearing insects that are smaller than 1mm in size. The aperture size of the mesh is 160micro mt or 0.16mm. Several models variant in design and sizes are available to cater to specific research needs.
The bags are lightweight and easy to carry. Aid in several ways to perform insect studies, for example, thestudy of economic threshold levels (ETLs), rearing of insects in-situ, preserving rare insects in-situ, observing unknown insect's life cycle or rearing insects on host-plant, etc.
The cages are bigger in size than the 4S and 4F series. The scaffold is made of an Alloy that can hold the bigger and large size cages. Can be used to rear insects in-situ on live-plants and are suitable to work with potted plants.
Innovation can be felt in the aspirators design and use. Multiple models of aspirators available for a variety of entomological collections. All of the available aspirators plugged with HEPA filters to prevent the entry of harmful allergies into the mouth of the researcher or insect collector.
A malaise trap is a large, tent-like structure used for trappingflying insects or nocturnal flying insects or during epidemics to collect samples or longitudinal studies to survey biodiversity of a locality by installing trap for an year. We have several types of models available for various needs.
This section lists plasticware use for general research. Micro tips centrifuge tubes, vials, gloves, cryogenic related items, glassware, racks, inoculating loops, cell scrappers petri dish, compartmental petri dishes etc.