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Pure English Silk Hank (Special Market Stall price)
Availability: NOW

Pure Silk hanks These are English reeled 20/22 Denier raw silk hanks produced at the Lullingstone Silk Farm and Worldwide Butterflies. 

 

These fine silk hanks were reeled on the same hand reeling machine, the only one in Britain, as the silk provided for the Wedding Dress of Diana Princess of Wales.

 

The size and weight not standard but the illustration shows a hank picked at random. This is a unique product!

 

Special temporary promotion price.

 

£35.00 £19.50
NETTING Fine Black Nylon 5 metres SALE PRICE
Availability: NOW

NETTING Fine Black Nylon 5 metres 170cm wide

Was £18.95 (£3.79/m) SPECIAL SALE PRICE now £13.95 (£2.79/m)

Ideal for covering box tops, cages, netting replacement and making sleeves. This soft netting is ideal for making field nets.

This netting is durable, resists tearing and deterioration in UV light. It is fine enough to keep out minute flies and parasites.

 

£18.95 £13.95
NETTING Fine Black Nylon 10 metres SALE PRICE
Availability: NOW

NETTING Fine Black Nylon 10 metres 170cm wide 

If you are thinking of making a netting structure, cage covering and replacement or making sleeves for rearing larvae, this is the ideal netting.

Soft and easy to use. Durable, resists tearing and deterioration in UV light. It is fine enough to keep out minute flies and parasites.

 

 

 

£31.95 £25.95
NETTING Fine Black Nylon 20 metres (2 x 10m) SALE PRICE
Availability: NOW

NETTING Fine Black Nylon 20 metres (2 x 10m) 170cm wide.

Was £53.90 (£1.90/m) SPECIAL SALE PRICE now £39.95 

Ideal for large structures, flight areas etc.

Use for cage covering or making sleeves for rearing larvae.

This netting is durable, resists tearing and deterioration in UV light. It is fine enough to keep out minute flies and parasites.

Ordering in 20 metre lots brings the price down very low! A lot less than £1.90 per metre, 170cm wide. Probably an unbeatable price.

 

 

 

£53.90 £36.95
Marsh Fritillary aurinia 5 pupae
Availability: Spring 2021


Marsh Fritillary Eurydryas aurinia

The butterflies fly from May into June. Eggs are laid in large clusters on the underside of Devil’s Bit Scabious.The larvae Feed on Honeysuckle (wild is best), Teasel Snowberry or the natural foodplant Devil’s Bit Scabious.  The larvae live in a tightly formed web, growing only a little before they hibernate in autumn.

 

 

£19.00 £14.95
Canadian Bee Hawk Hemaris diffinis pupae
Availability: NOW

Canadian Bee Hawk Hemaris diffinis

A new species to WWB!  These are from Quibec.

About the same size as our Bee Hawk fuciformis.  Distinguishable by darker wing borders, and light coloured edges to the thorax.  On emergence the wings are covered with scales which are shed in flight, leaving transparent bee-like wings.

The larvae feed on Honeysuckle and may take Snowberry Symphoricarpos.

These pupae will produce adults this summer. In warm situations there can be two broods in a season.

 

 

Catocala dilecta 10 eggs
Availability: NOW

Catocala dilecta Croatia 

From southern Europe, this species is new to WWB and few breeders have experienced raising Catocala dilecta. One of the Crimson Underwings, very seldom offered. 

The larvae are gnarled to match their Oak foodplants. They are reported to take evergreen Oaks which are common in their habitats. 

 

£19.95 £12.95