Wiggler Coaster

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  • Hairs surrounding the mouth of a mosquito larva. Flattened curved hairs are seen, each with a small comb-like row of spines. The hairs beat through water filtering out algal spores, scattered pollen, bacteria and other micro-organisms on which the larva feeds. The larva swims either through propulsion with its mouth hairs or by jerky movements of its body, and so at this stage of development is known as a "wiggler". Apart from its well-adapted feeding mechanism, the larva possesses a tube through which it breathes at the surface. Imaged with scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Image by David Scharf via Science Photo Library
  • Sturdy wooden coasters, with glossy, heat-resistant surface and beautifully lustrous all-over print. Generously proportioned at 10 cm x 10 cm (4” x 4”) with rounded corners, the perfect blend of function and style for all your hot and cold beverages. Hand made in London. Available in pack sizes containing 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 coasters

  • Printed in 1-2 working days, ships direct from the supplier, worldwide, using premium tracked services. Please allow 1-3 working days after production for delivery in the UK, 2-5 working days within Europe, 5-9 working days in North America & 9-12 working days for Rest of World


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