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Crayfish are members of the phylum Arthropoda (commonly called arthropods) and the class Crustacea. Because of their very specialized appendages, crayfish are the perfect specimens to convey to students the relationship between structure, function, and the environment. Carolina's Perfect Solution® - an alternative to formaldehyde - is a revolutionary fixative that produces superior specimens while improving the safety of your classroom or lab. Plain: No color injection. Pail of 10.
Crayfish are members of the phylum Arthropoda (commonly called arthropods) and the class Crustacea. Because of their very specialized appendages, crayfish are the perfect specimens to convey to students the relationship between structure, function, and the environment. Use crayfish to address National Science Education Standards on Structure and Function in Living Systems; Matter, Energy, and Organization in Living Systems; and the Behavior of Organisms.
Preserved in safe, nontoxic Carolina’s Perfect Solution®. Carolina's Perfect Solution® is our unique formula that creates a superior, more natural-looking specimen. Carolina's Perfect Solution® crayfish are safe and free of formalin odor. Setup, dissection, and disposal are hassle-free.
Size, 3 to 4”. Plain: No color injection. Packed in pails. Note: Crayfish are priced in units of 10. However, an order for multiple units of 10 may be packed all in 1 pail.
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Our commitment to producing the finest preserved specimens on the market has led us to Carolina's Perfect Solution®, a unique, revolutionary fixative that is dramatically improving the quality of classroom dissection.
Instead, organisms preserved with Carolina's Perfect Solution® retain more lifelike color and texture. Because students study more natural-looking specimens, it is easier for them to identify the structures and, as a result, learn anatomy.
Carolina's Perfect Solution® specimens are safe and nontoxic, which means you need no special ventilation and there's no costly disposal.