Field Work Tools
This is a set of three nesting plastic bowls, each 6.75” diameter and 2.5” deep, intended for separating larvae from debris.
This is a set of three nesting plastic bowls, each 6.75” diameter and 2.5” deep, with a lid. One bowl has a solid bottom, one has a coarse screen bottom (openings approx. 3.8 mm. square) and the other has a fine screen bottom (will stop first instars). The coarse screen sieve is useful for separating debris from larvae, and the fine screen is useful for concentrating larvae, i.e., removing excess water.
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