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Baby Cube Butterfly Cage w/ Drawbridge Door 15"x15"x15"

 Raise Up to 15 Monarchs in a mesh pop-up cage that's slightly larger (15" by 15" by 15") than a traditional small cube cage. Click Details Tab for More Info

  • 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
  • Fine mesh keeps baby 🐛 in and small 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)
  • Add Poo Poo Platter for easy cage cleaning and floor stability if carrying (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)

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B.B.
Satisfied but....

The new square baby cube's clear vinyl window is wrinkled and you can not get a clear view of the inside of the cube. Also, the zipper does not work as smoothly as the zippers on the older style cubes. We prefer the older round version that we had purchased last year.

Hi Brian, the wrinkling is because the cube was folded circularly. This will unwrinkle over time or you can speed up the process with a blow dryer: https://monarchbutterflyshop.net/pages/instructions We are making some improvements to the cages next year which should be our best version yet. Thank you for your feedback.
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K.Z.
Beautiful Cage

Released my first monarch today. Took off over the house, headed south.
Cage is easy to use, keep clean. Glad I got the plastic dish liner. Really helps.

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J.C.
Baby Cube, A 'Fun Sized' Necessity

I have 2 baby cubes. They really are convenient to place eggs or babies in before moving to a larger one. Then I use them to separate questionable catters or chrysalises. Those that look potentially infected, or chrysalises that did not attach well to cage or twigs and need crisis intervention. Their small size also makes them easy to wash because you can dip the whole cube in a bucket of mild bleach solution or other.

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Great size for small batch of cats

I had Vet IOU’s sized batches of cats this season, this sized cube was perfect for a small batch or smaller sized cats

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M.
Great butterfly cage!

I love these butterfly cages so much that I ordered several! They’re spacious and the drawbridge door makes cleaning a snap and they collapse for easy storage. The fabric is a tightly woven mesh so other insects can’t get in but plenty of air can. Also, it comes with one clear plastic wall for a better view of what’s inside. If you are raising caterpillars into butterflies, I can’t think of any better option!



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First time user and I have released 33 butterflies over the last ten days. Works like a charm!

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These definitely were worth the money and they are study enough to hold my biggest leaves. Just wish I would have bought sooner instead of improvising along the way this summer

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Highly recommend!

Floral tubes

Worked great. The tubes keep the water for a long time and the milkweed leaves stay healthier.

first time using twin peg racks

They work great! I don't have to replace the milkweed leaves or run outside to get more. However, they work better with smaller caterpillars, as the large ones bend down the leaves and it's easier then to go back to feeding them from the cage floor.