Insect Cages

Insect Cages

Catalogue No. – 17024
Made with aluminum angle framework, which are supported on wooden batons. Fine mesh provided on sides and top. Hinged door provided with clips for tight closing. Wooden bottom covered with sunmica from inside, gives it the best durability to perform.

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An insect cage is an enclosed structure or container designed for housing and studying live insects. Insect cages come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small plastic containers with mesh lids to large outdoor enclosures.

Insect cages are commonly used by entomologists, researchers, and hobbyists to study insect behavior, growth, and reproduction. They can also be used for educational purposes, such as in classrooms or nature centers, to teach students about insect anatomy and ecology.

Insect cages typically include features that allow for the proper care and maintenance of the insects inside. These features may include ventilation, temperature control, and access points for feeding and cleaning. Some insect cages also include specialized components, such as breeding chambers or humidity controls, for the specific needs of certain insect species.

In addition to their scientific and educational uses, insect cages are also used by insect collectors and enthusiasts to display and observe live specimens.