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PM1005 - $18.10
Small, cylindrical, sycon-type sponges common in shallow marine waters. Sycon-type sponges are intermediate-in terms of morphological complexity-between the simplest bag-like sponges and the intricate architecture of the leuconoid sponges. The phylum...
PM1010 - $17.70
Ascaris lumbricoides. Intestinal parasite of hogs and humans and representative of the Nematode phylum. Ascaris has separate sexes with the male being shorter and thinner with a sharply curved posterior. Specimens supplied are approximately ten percent...
PM1015 - $20.90
Genus Unio or Anodonta. Mollusks belong to the class Bivalvia. An excellent specimen for studying the characteristics of the class and of the molluscs in general. As filter-feeders, these animals have a measurable impact over any community in which...
PM1020 - $23.50
Genus Unio or Anodonta. Mollusks belong to the class Bivalvia. An excellent specimen for studying the characteristics of the class and of the molluscs in general. As filter-feeders, these animals have a measurable impact over any community in which...
PM1025 - $7.55
Genus Loligo. Representative of the most highly developed of the molluscan classes-the Cephalopods. The evolution of a closed circulatory system and an advanced nervous system enabled the squid to adopt a highly mobile existence-unusual among the molluscs....
PM1030 - $8.10
Genus Loligo. Representative of the most highly developed of the molluscan classes-the Cephalopods. The evolution of a closed circulatory system and an advanced nervous system enabled the squid to adopt a highly mobile existence-unusual among the molluscs....
FB1591 - $62.45
These representative specimens from five classes of arthropods can be used to teach classification and taxonomy as well as arthropod phylum characteristics. Each specimen is provided in its own labeled, screw-top jar. The holding fluid is safe and...
PM1040 - $7.95
Lumbricus terrestris, the common earthworm. These are large, extended specimens representative of the phylum Annelida-the segmented worms. Earthworms are placed in the class Oligochaeta-so named due to the presence of relatively few setae (bristles)...
PM1060 - $12.95
Cambarus sp. Freshwater crustaceans ideal for the study of basic characteristics of the Arthropod phylum-including a chitinous exoskeleton and jointed appendages. A sequential examination of the appendages illustrates their adaptation to specific functions...
PM1065 - $15.75
Cambarus sp. Freshwater crustaceans ideal for the study of basic characteristics of the Arthropod phylum-including a chitinous exoskeleton and jointed appendages. A sequential examination of the appendages illustrates their adaptation to specific functions...
PM1070 - $7.40
Romalea microptera, the lubber grasshopper. Large enough specimens to permit detailed observation of the internal and external anatomy of this representative insect. Insects as a class are the most abundant animals on earth and arguably the most diverse....
PM1075 - $14.05
Careful dissection of this specimen will give the student an understanding of the general features of the Echinoderm phylum. Of particular interest is the unique water-vascular system-noted for its dual functions of respiration and locomotion. Single...
PM1080 - $51.80
Careful dissection of this specimen will give the student an understanding of the general features of the Echinoderm phylum. Of particular interest is the unique water-vascular system-noted for its dual functions of respiration and locomotion. Single...
PM1085 - $18.30
Careful dissection of this specimen will give the student an understanding of the general features of the Echinoderm phylum. Of particular interest is the unique water-vascular system-noted for its dual functions of respiration and locomotion. Single...
PM1090 - $12.10
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM1095 - $15.10
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM2000 - $16.95
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM2005 - $18.60
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM2010 - $20.10
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM2015 - $23.10
Squalus sp. An important specimen in the study of comparative anatomy. The dogfish is representative of the class Chondrichthyes-the cartilaginous fish. Key features beautifully demonstrated by these relatively large animals include the lack of a bony...
PM4045 - $11.20
Pomadasys macracanthus. The freshwater perch demonstrates the characteristic anatomy of the class Osteichthyes-the bony fish. This is the largest class of vertebrates both in number of species and number of individuals. Like the cartilaginous fish,...
PM4050 - $20.25
Pomadasys macracanthus. The freshwater perch demonstrates the characteristic anatomy of the class Osteichthyes-the bony fish. This is the largest class of vertebrates both in number of species and number of individuals. Like the cartilaginous fish,...
PM4055 - $43.10
Pomadasys macracanthus. The freshwater perch demonstrates the characteristic anatomy of the class Osteichthyes-the bony fish. This is the largest class of vertebrates both in number of species and number of individuals. Like the cartilaginous fish,...
FB1589 - $143.90
An excellent dissection alternative. Two very large bullfrogs (one male/one female) have been carefully dissected and preserved for easy observation and study. The internal body organs can be examined from the ventral surface. Colored latex has been...
PM2035 - $34.50
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2040 - $41.50
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2045 - $48.65
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2050 - $57.35
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2055 - $66.60
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2060 - $76.50
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2065 - $78.95
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM2070 - $11.90
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM2075 - $13.70
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM2080 - $15.20
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM2085 - $14.45
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM2090 - $17.55
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM2095 - $18.50
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM3000 - $19.90
Rana catesbeiana or Rana grylio, the bullfrog presents a larger alternative to the grassfrog-facilitating a study of general vertebrate anatomy and of that specific to the Amphibia. Measurements from nose to cloaca.
PM5035 - $360.00
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM5040 - $429.80
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM5045 - $495.70
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM5050 - $293.65
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM5055 - $333.75
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
PM5060 - $392.60
Rana pipiens. This affordable and popular specimen is well suited for the study of basic vertebrate anatomy and the pattern of organ systems. Presented as an intermediate between fish and mammals due to its semi-aquatic nature and also the presence...
FB0545 - $116.25
Nine distinct stages of frog development-from fertilized egg to young adult (male and female). Each specimen is carefully selected to show important characteristics and each is referenced to the approximate developmental age. Students can clearly see...
PM3005 - $9.95
Popular for the study of basic mammalian anatomy, compact and readily available. Mammals differ from most other vertebrates in their development of the four-chambered heart-dividing the circulatory system into two completely separate circuits. Other...
PM3010 - $12.60
Popular for the study of basic mammalian anatomy, compact and readily available. Mammals differ from most other vertebrates in their development of the four-chambered heart-dividing the circulatory system into two completely separate circuits. Other...
PM3015 - $13.50
Popular for the study of basic mammalian anatomy, compact and readily available. Mammals differ from most other vertebrates in their development of the four-chambered heart-dividing the circulatory system into two completely separate circuits. Other...
PM3020 - $14.95
Popular for the study of basic mammalian anatomy, compact and readily available. Mammals differ from most other vertebrates in their development of the four-chambered heart-dividing the circulatory system into two completely separate circuits. Other...
FB0036 - $134.00
Meticulously preserved and prepared, this sagittally sectioned 11"-12" fetal pig is a unique teaching aid for the instruction of internal mammalian anatomy. Immersed in non-toxic preservative fluid and permanently sealed in a clear, durable...
PM3025 - $17.20
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3030 - $17.50
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3035 - $19.25
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3055 - $23.45
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3060 - $23.95
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3065 - $26.65
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM4060 - $26.00
These specimens have not been exposed to formaldehyde at any point in their processing. They are completely non-toxic. These specimens will not differ in external or internal appearance from our standard pigs and they require no special disposal practices....
PM4070 - $26.95
These specimens have not been exposed to formaldehyde at any point in their processing. They are completely non-toxic. These specimens will not differ in external or internal appearance from our standard pigs and they require no special disposal practices....
PM4090 - $30.30
These specimens have not been exposed to formaldehyde at any point in their processing. They are completely non-toxic. These specimens will not differ in external or internal appearance from our standard pigs and they require no special disposal practices....
PM5000 - $33.45
These specimens have not been exposed to formaldehyde at any point in their processing. They are completely non-toxic. These specimens will not differ in external or internal appearance from our standard pigs and they require no special disposal practices....
PM5090 - $164.30
An excellent dissection alternative. A rat has been carefully prepared to display the internal organs in this sagittally sectioned rat. This permanent display includes an 8"-9" partially-dissected rat with arteries color-coded in red and...
PM5110 - $29.95
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM5115 - $34.95
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM5120 - $35.95
Sus scrofa. The preferred specimen for the study of mammalian anatomy due to its size, economy, availability and anatomical similarities to humans. The fetal pig also permits the study of fetal circulation and the fascinating changes that occur in...
PM3070 - $61.95
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM3075 - $64.75
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM3080 - $77.90
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM3085 - $72.35
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM3090 - $75.60
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM5005 - $15.50
Mustela vison. Ranch-raised mink present the best comparable and economical alternative to cats as dissection specimens. In comparison to cats, mink possess more complex musculature and a simpler digestive system. Like cats, mink are excellent specimens...
PM5010 - $19.35
Mustela vison. Ranch-raised mink present the best comparable and economical alternative to cats as dissection specimens. In comparison to cats, mink possess more complex musculature and a simpler digestive system. Like cats, mink are excellent specimens...
PM5015 - $21.30
Mustela vison. Ranch-raised mink present the best comparable and economical alternative to cats as dissection specimens. In comparison to cats, mink possess more complex musculature and a simpler digestive system. Like cats, mink are excellent specimens...
PM5020 - $53.80
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM5025 - $53.80
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM5030 - $66.15
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
PM5080 - $59.95
Felis domesticus. Good specimen for the detailed study of mammalian anatomy and the careful examination of muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. Our skinned cats (PM5030, PM3085, PM3090) have all the skin removed except for head, feet and genitalia...
FB1772 - $110.35
Use sheep organs to help teach the structure of the heart, kidney, brain, and eye, without doing a dissection. Sealed in a transparent, liquid-filled plastic tray, all organs are clearly visible. In addition, the brain is injected to show the location...
PM3095 - $12.50
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4000 - $9.65
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4010 - $12.95
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4015 - $14.65
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4025 - $25.25
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4030 - $15.70
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM4035 - $12.50
Real time- and cost-savers, these sets are individually packaged for each student.  Eliminate sorting and distributing specimens.  Moist-packed in vapor-barrier bag with extra reclosable storage bag.  Large specimens only. Includes one...
PM4040 - $14.50
Real time- and cost-savers, these sets are individually packaged for each student.  Eliminate sorting and distributing specimens.  Moist-packed in vapor-barrier bag with extra reclosable storage bag.  Large specimens only. Includes one...
PM5070 - $61.15
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
PM5075 - $22.65
Offered for the detailed study of key mammalian organs. Their large size (in some cases larger than corresponding organs in humans) permits a much clearer view, and perhaps a better understanding, of how these vital structures work.
FB1590 - $126.95
Outstanding specimens for teaching animal diversity and classification. Each preserved organism is supplied in its own individual, labeled, screw-cap jar. The specimens are preserved in a safe, non-toxic holding fluid.  Includes: (Grantia) cluster...
FB1592 - $134.20
Outstanding specimens for teaching animal diversity and classification. Each preserved organism is supplied in its own individual, labeled, screw-cap jar. The specimens are preserved in a safe, non-toxic holding fluid.  Includes: (Halichondria)...
FB1593 - $239.45
Save with this all-inclusive set that contains all of the specimens in Set A and Set B (FB1590 and FB1592). This total collection illustrates an impressive diversity of life.
FB0470 - $84.85
A survey set that includes all the materials necessary for a hands-on, discovery oriented exploration. Well beyond the simple matching game approach, this set will allow students to see and discover for themselves the similarities and differences that...
FB0471 - $71.25
By systematic observation and hands-on study, students from upper elementary through grade 9 will discover the distinguishing characteristics of the vertebrate groups. They will see and experience the similarities and differences that form the basis...
FB0473 - $127.80
The Invertebrate and Vertebrate Survey and Study Sets (FB0473 and FB0471) combined together. Bundled for savings and convenience.
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