Insect Preservation - A Comprehensive Guide
Entomology is the study of insects and includes the pinning and preservation of insects for future reference. Entomologists have developed protocols for preserving specimens that are designed to provide consistency throughout collections.
In this book our primary focus is on teaching you how to prepare specimens that will look beautiful.
Despite this focus we have been careful not to deviate from collection protocols too much. Littered throughout this comprehensive guide are a host of entomology facts, morphology notes as well as practical tips to give you a well-rounded picture of this fascinating field.
We also have kits available that contain everything you need:
- 10 Assorted Butterflies
- 2 Stag Beetles
- A Tool Holder
- 100 Size 3 Entomology Pins
- 100 Size 5 Entomology Pins
- 300 Extra Long Dressmaker Pins
- Entomology Forceps
- Grip Tip Forceps
- Pointed Tweezers
- Magnifying Glass
- 25 Pieces of Setting Tape
- 20 Pieces of Setting Card
- Paint Brush
- Adjustable Pinning Board
- Glass Rehydration Chamber
- 4 Reusable Linen Sheets
- Super Glue
- PVA Glue
- Insulin Syringe
- Glass Vial
- 2 Glass Slides
- 4 Wing Boards
- A Shadow Box
- A Backing Board
- Diagonal Cutters
Additional specimens and supplies are available in The Cabinet on www.restinpieces.com.au under Insect Preservation Supplies.
What you will learn
- How To Preserve Insects!
What you will get
- An Understand Of The Natural World
What to bring
- Everything Is Included If You Get The Kit
Anyone With A Curious Mind
Taxidermy - Taxis 'arrangement' + Derma 'skin'
Natalie Delaney-John has travelled far and wide to learn the art of taxidermy and has been mentored by some of the world's best and most awarded taxidermists. She is the proud founder of Rest in Pieces, which launched Australia's first taxidermy workshops, conducts talks, demonstrations and now sells DIY kits so that you can learn this beautiful art in the comfort of your own home.
Since 2016, the Rest in Pieces team has expanded further into the 'dying arts', offering new classes and workshops aimed at preserving and presenting natural specimens.
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