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Watermark Wisconsin-Style Mesh Plankton Nets

Watermark Wisconsin-Style Mesh Plankton Nets

Description

The high-efficiency reduction collar of this net enables quantitative vertical plankton hauls.

Features

  • Dacron collar is supported open by double stainless steel rings
  • Three-point stainless steel bridle and two-piece PVC collection bucket lined with Nitex mesh
  • Includes durable nylon carrying case
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The high-efficiency reduction collar of this WaterMark Wisconsin-style plankton net enables quantitative vertical plankton hauls. The Dacron collar is supported open by double stainless steel rings (20cm and 30cm diameter) and is sewn to a 30cm diameter x 90cm long mesh Nitex nylon plankton net.
Notable Specifications:
  • 20 cm and 30 cm diameter double stainless steel rings
  • 30 cm diameter x 90 cm long mesh Nitex nylon plankton net
  • 20m line
What's Included:
  • (1) Three-point stainless steel bridle
  • (1) Two-piece PVC collection bucket (lined with mesh Nitex mesh)
  • (1) 20m line
  • (1) Nylon carrying case
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Watermark Wisconsin-Style Mesh Plankton Nets 77942 Wisconsin-style plankton net, 48 micron mesh
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Watermark Wisconsin-Style Mesh Plankton Nets 77917 Wisconsin-style plankton net, 80 micron mesh
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Watermark Wisconsin-Style Mesh Plankton Nets 77943 Wisconsin-style plankton net, 153 micron mesh
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