Planarian Party Order
Due to the current Coronavirus situation, Temple University has suspended all non-essential operations. At this time Planarian orders that are placed will not be fulfilled until normal operation resumes. Please contact
for more information.
Number of Students
10-25 (2 jars; approx. 60 planaria)
25-50 (4 jars; approx. 120 planaria)
50-100 (6 jars; approx. 180 planaria)
100-150 (8 jars; approx. 240 planaria)
150-250 (10 jars; approx. 300 planaria)
250+ (case by case basis)
Desired Stock Solutions (10mM/10% concentration)
Important Supply Information
Normal shipments of stock solutions contain 100mL (2 50mL tubes), 40 reusable plastic petri dishes, and 50 spatulas. Once the number of students exceeds 150, supplies are doubled to compensate. All solutions (even once diluted) are reusable as long as they are stored in a refrigerator when not in use.
4th Grade Intro
4th Grade Caffeine
4th Grade Sugar
4th Grade CPP
5th Grade Intro
5th Grade Alcohol
5th Grade Nicotine
5th Grade CPP
Number of Booklets Requested
Extra Supply Request (describe need)
Other Extras (when available)
Rack of 25 50mL tubes (for dilution/storage)
Recipient Name & School Name
New or Returning Participant
Date of Planarian Workshop Attendance
Important Delivery Information
Carolina Biological Supply will not send planaria over weekends to prevent them from dying while in transit. If you must have planaria on a Monday, then they will have to be sent the week prior and must be stored at room temperature with the jar lids loosened, preferably in a dark room/area. Failing to take these steps may result in the planaria dying or being otherwise unusable for experiments. Overnight shipment is available, however, delivery time cannot always be guaranteed. Generally, we will ship with the intention of having the package arrive by 3pm to ensure that someone can receive, unpack and loosen the jar lids.
Please place orders at least 2 weeks in advance to ensure supplies are available and can be delivered on time.
Requested Delivery Date
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