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Butterfly Feeding Station Set

Item # 144041
Butterfly Feeding Station Set is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
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An inexpensive way to feed newly emerged butterflies. Set includes storage container, wicks, artificial flowers, cups, lids, and instructions. Makes 3 feeding stations. Assembly required.

Note: Springwater, table sugar, a measuring spoon, and a refrigerator are needed but not included.

Price

$7.25

In stock and available to ship.

An inexpensive way to feed newly emerged butterflies. Set includes storage container, wicks, artificial flowers, cups, lids, and instructions. Makes 3 feeding stations. Assembly required.

Note: Springwater, table sugar, a measuring spoon, and a refrigerator are needed but not included.

 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My daycare pre-school children where able to use and mix easy, Great learning tool Great way to explain the way to feed the butterfly. Easy to use for all age groups and better understanding when finished.
Date published: 2016-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worked great we had one butterfly that could not fly. it hatched with bent wings that did not heal. my 6 year old son kept it alive for over 1 month with the feeding stations.
Date published: 2013-07-03
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Date published: 2011-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect worked great. butterflies ate from it daily. but you have to watch, after a couple of weeks one got a pink mold on the wick so we threw it out. The butterflies laid eggs on the flower part. so we kept the cycle going.
Date published: 2011-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT PRICE! Priced so low we could buy enough for almost a whole classroom
Date published: 2010-10-12
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Butterflies

Butterflies Color Your Students' World

  • Self-contained
  • Easy to set up and maintain
  • See the complete life cycle in just a few weeks

Address Multiple Life Science Topics

Painted lady butterflies are appropriate for all grade levels but especially effective for grades K–8. They enable students to observe complete metamorphosis, from caterpillar to chrysalis to adult butterfly. Students can then compare the butterfly life cycle to that of other animals or investigate how temperature affects insect development time. General life science topics can be addressed as well, including how form fits function and what organisms need to survive.


Committed to Quality

We are committed to producing quality, exclusive painted lady butterfly kits and cultures for educators. The hallmark of our commitment to quality is our highly trained scientific staff. They continually monitor butterfly production and work to improve our kits and cultures. And if you ever need assistance, their expertise is at your disposal. Our exclusive painted lady butterflies are cultured in the laboratory so they do not deplete natural populations, and they are backed by the Carolina Pledge: 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.


Buying Butterflies?

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