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Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
Specimen Collecting Kit
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Specimen Collecting Kit

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June and December
Regular price
$44.95
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$44.95
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Designed and developed by June and December, this specimen collecting kit was created to share their love of collecting, observing, and preserving memories from our outdoor adventures. Collect and preserve specimens found in the field with the pocket-sized tin, then use the contents to prepare, encapsulate, and display your finds. Each kit is meticulously assembled by hand in our studio. 

 

- 5.5” x 3.75” x 1” pocket-sized tin

- Includes collection tin, ten assorted glass display bottles + corks, stainless tweezers, 6 stainless specimen pins and instruction booklet

- Assembled by hand in their Michigan Studio

 

COLLECT RESPONSIBLY

Respect the environment and its offerings, leave no trace behind. Never trespass, know where you can and can’t take from nature. Know before you go and follow all local, state, and federal laws. Minimize what you collect as not to disturb a microhabitat. Never collect live insects.