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Baby Cube Butterfly Cage for Raising Monarch Caterpillars into Butterflies
Baby Cube Butterfly Cage with new Drawbridge Door Design
Baby Cube Butterfly Cage with Floral Tubes for Milkweed Cuttings
Baby Cube butterfly Cage for Raising Monarchs through the entire Butterfly Life Cycle
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Baby Cube Butterfly Cage w/ Viewing Window 15"x15"x15"

Regular price
$14.99

Raise Up to 15 Monarchs through their butterfly life cycle in a mesh pop-up cage that's slightly larger (15" by 15" by 15") than a traditional small cube cage:

  • For Indoor Use or Outdoor Area protected from wind/rain/predators
  • Drawbridge Door- flap hangs down and won't get in your way when cage cleaning or inserting/removing monarch eggs & caterpillars
  • NEW Zipper Protectors- avoid zipping accidents with caterpillars on cage wall zipper track
  • Finest mesh keeps baby 🐛 in and smallest predators 🐜🕷 out 
  • Increased height holds larger milkweed cuttings than traditional cubes
  • Handles for easy portability
  • Clear PVC Window to observe monarchs while they grow and transform
  • Side opening door- never interrupt chrysalises on the cage roof! 
  • Green Cage folds flat for easy storage.
  • Add Floral Tube packs + racks to keep milkweed fresh for caterpillars (not included)
  • Check out our Instructions Page for additional cage and accessories info
  • All Butterfly Cage/Kit customers receive an invite to our Closed Facebook Group to discuss raising monarchs + post your photos
  • Save 15% when you bundle a cage with the How to Raise Monarchs Downloadable Guide (this guide also contains info on finding eggs or purchasing them from vendors, if needed)
  • US Mainland Standard Shipping (2-6 business days) $7.95
  • US Mainland RUSH Shipping (2 business days) $25 (order before 1pm ET for same day shipping)
  • US Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, VI, Alaska weight-based Standard Shipping (2-6 business days) $10.95-$25
  • Canada weight-based Standard or Expedited Shipping (low customs fees included at checkout)
  • International weight-based Standard or Expedited Shipping (low customs fees included at checkout)
  • We Pay US Mainland Standard Shipping when you spend $50.00+ on Raising Cages, Supplies, and Books
  • 60 Day No Hassle Returns for Unused Raising Supplies

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Bonnie Council
Waiting for Swallowtails

I ordered the cage because I had found some Swallowtail chrysalises in my yard (after watching the caterpillars enjoy my parsley). It now hangs in my garage with the chrysalises inside. I have a question, though, which no one has answered for me: do the chrysalises need to be upright? Because they tend to roll to their sides and I don't know if the butterflies will be able to emerge in that case. If someone can answer this for me I would appreciate it.

Hi Bonnie, the chrysalides don't need to be hanging. More info in this post:

https://monarchbutterflylifecycle.com/blogs/raise/how-to-overwinter-swallowtail-chrysalis

happy raising!

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Lynn Gozdecki
Wings

My one daughter is borrowing the enclosure I purchased from Monarch Butterfly Life as she is caring for an injured female monarch. This year we released 55 beautiful monarch butterflies, however the last one released was found the next day injured and left wing damaged resulting in the monarch’s inability to fly. When she’s not out for feeding or change of scenery, the 15x15x15 cube is working nicely, giving the butterfly just enough room to crawl about. The drawbridge door is a nice feature and change from our other enclosures.

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Dee
Great product!

Love the view window and updated zipper.

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P.J.
Perfect set-up!

I love everything! Thank you for making this! All 4 of these beautiful caterpillars are now butterflies! They were released last week. Two females and two males!!

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Linda Wilson
Medium habitats.

These habitats were convenient for keeping caterpillars separated by type. Some were brought in as caterpillars, others as eggs. Another was used to transfer chrysalis to again keeping in mind the other two categories mentioned.