This cockroaches netting has been a hit with the folks at Kew Gardens in the UK.
The tiny insect netting features a mesh that fits over the cockroach and then clips on to a fabric that covers the entire insect.
Kew says the netting measures up to 7 feet (2.7 meters) wide and weighs just under two pounds (1.3 kilograms).
The bug net is made of mesh made from cotton, silk, and silkworm silk, which is also a natural fiber.
The mesh is designed to be as light as possible, and the material has been dyed to be dark green or orange to match the natural hue of the cockroachs fur.
The net is easy to remove once you’ve used it.
You simply toss the net onto the floor and the fabric clips onto it.
The fabric then floats on the air, trapping the bugs, which are then fed to the cock, which then feeds back into the net.
Kepet is the name for the insect netters, and it’s made from a type of silk that has been naturally dyed to look like the natural silk of the insect.
The silk was originally used to make the fabric of the traditional cotton bed sheets, but is now also used for other purposes, including in the construction of bed nets.
Kefu and Kew are hoping the net will help them attract more insects to the gardens and encourage more people to learn how to keep them.
KEW says the insect nets are one of the best ways to help cockrocks keep their population in check, because they can be easily removed once they’re fed.
“Cockrocks are a huge pest on the ground and in the water, and we want to encourage people to protect them as much as possible,” says Kefau.
“They’re really important to the ecosystem, so we’re trying to make sure that people know how to manage them, and there’s no reason why they should be left to fend for themselves.”
The insects netting can be used to keep cockroches in check while also increasing the number of cockrobers in the garden.
The insect net works by trapping the cock roaches inside the fabric and then releasing them out.
The cockrober then feeds itself back into its net to keep the insects at bay.
The insects will eventually find their way into the soil and then will start to eat the roots of the plants that are growing on the garden and feed the insects.
Kiew Gardens says the cock netting will be in place for two to three months, and that it will be available for free to the public through the garden’s website.