SKU: GC39-44424

Celestron 3D Bug Specimen Kit # 4

By preserving each specimen in clear resin, the Celestron 3D Bug Specimen Kit #4 allows you to observe insects in a whole new way. They are ideal for school projects and research, and they make unique and interesting display pieces when they're not under the microscope lens. Each arthropod is preserved complete in extremely clear resin so they can be observed from all angles, and no special preparation, preservation, or handling is required when you get them so you can put them right into your microscope directly from the box. This 3D specimen kit makes the perfect gift for students and enthusiasts of microscopy.

Specimens

Golden Spotted Leaf Beetle (Rides support Laboissiere)

Spiny Orb-Weaver Spider (Gasteracantha sp.)

Chinese Scorpion (Buthus martensi Karsch)

Golden Cicada (Proretinata macula)

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By preserving each specimen in clear resin, the Celestron 3D Bug Specimen Kit #4 allows you to observe insects in a whole new way. They are ideal for school projects and research, and they make unique and interesting display pieces when they're not under the microscope lens. Each arthropod is preserved complete in extremely clear resin so they can be observed from all angles, and no special preparation, preservation, or handling is required when you get them so you can put them right into your microscope directly from the box. This 3D specimen kit makes the perfect gift for students and enthusiasts of microscopy.

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