Plants and Animals
Carolina™ Leopard Gecko
Great for the classroom, this yellow and dark brown, spotted gecko is among the easiest lizards to maintain.
Flowerless, vascular, terrestrial or epiphytic plants with widely-branched, erect, prostrate or creeping stems. Small, simple, needle-like or scale-like leaves thickly cover the stems and branches.
Carolina™ Protozoa Survey Mixture
The protozoan body consists of a single cell, but it is a mistake to think of these organisms as simple.
Carolina™ Vegetative Moss
Mosses are small (a few centimeters tall), herbaceous (non-woody) plants that absorb water and nutrients mainly through their leaves.
Carolina™ Carnivorous Bog Terrarium Plant Set
Students can enjoy a bog terrarium with carnivorous plants.
Carolina™ Dicot Seeds
Dicots are the flowering plants whose seed typically has two embryonic leaves or cotyledons.
Carolina™ Water Bears
Cryptobiotic (inactive) forms may be made by dehydration and can be reanimated during class for student observation or about an hour before needed.
Leeches are segmented worms that belong to the phylum Annelida and comprise the subclass Hirudinea.
Carolina™ Individual Bacterial Cultures (D-M)
Bacteria cultures have wide applications in the food and chemical industries because of their highly diverse metabolic activities.
Carolina™ Protozoa Set
Protozoa are a diverse group of unicellular eukaryotic organisms, many of which are motile.
Carolina™ Individual Ciliate Cultures
Most ciliates are heterotrophs, feeding on smaller organisms, such as bacteria and algae.
Carolina™ Medicinal Leeches
Medicinal leeches have been found to secrete saliva containing about 60 different proteins.
Carolina™ Hornworm Larvae
Watch complete metamorphosis as you observe the life cycle of the hornworm.