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Specimens are available for use in a wide variety of organic and inorganic testing procedures. Organic samples can be utilized for dissection purposes or studying whole preserved or life specimens, with practical examples in cellular biology or the internal structures of whole organs and complex multicellular systems. Rock specimens are useful for studying textures, grain sizes, and other features brought about by pressure, temperature, and other natural forces, offering a glimpse into the Earth’s geological history.


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Description:   Mature specimens of this widely studied annelid are provided.
Description:   Often mistaken for beetles, these wingless crustaceans live their whole lives on land, feeding on decaying organic matter.
Description:   Bullfrog tadpoles are great for demonstrating metamorphosis in the classroom.
Catalog Number: (470189-396)

Description:   This kit contains two different kinds of Drosophila to provide an introduction to genetics. Students can watch the entire insect life cycle: mating, e...
Description:   Teach your students about the complete metamorphosis of an insect with these mealworms.
Description:   Daphnia are a widely studied small crustacean used for a number of physiology studies including the effects of drugs on heartbeat and temperature on m...
Description:   Standard formalin preserved crayfish. Shipped in nontoxic Wardsafe.
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Description:   Formalin preserved earthworms. Available in vacuum packs or jars.
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Description:   Create a balanced ecosystem in your aquarium with the addition of these small, freshwater algae eaters. They reproduce rapidly, laying their eggs on t...
Description:   This is the most widely studied Turbellarian, a free-living flatworm commonly used in science fair projects.
Description:   Poecilia reticulata. Nonaggressive.
Catalog Number: (470092-040)

Description:   Fossil, Brachiopod Shell
Description:   Formalin preserved cow eyes. Packed in pails.
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Description:   Named for their food preference of milkweed seeds, these colorful Hemipterans demonstrate simple metamorphosis and sucking mouthparts.
Catalog Number: (470092-328)

Description:   Introduce students to the basic rock types
Description:   This North American Diplopod makes a great classroom pet and can be used in behavioral studies.
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