Organism Source

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Organism Source For FOSS Third Edition Modules

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Legend
A= Delta
E=Bait Store
I=Supermarket
Delta Education Contact Info:
B=Biological Supply companies
F= Aquarium supply
J=Nursery
Phone: 800-258-1302
Email: customerservice.delta@schoolspecialty.com
C=Collect your own
G= Feed store
K=Culture your own
D=Pet store
H=Fish market
L=Recycle class to class
M=Flower shop


Module
Organism
Quantity
Source
Organism Coupon from Delta
Guppies (feeders)
8
A B D F K L
Yes
Goldfish (feeders)
4
A B D F K L
Yes
Land Snails
20
C L
No
Aquatic Snails: Pond and Ramshorn
12
A B D F L
Yes
Elodea (Anacharis)
6
A B D F L
Yes
Redworms
30
A B E L
Yes
Night crawlers
12
A B E L
Yes
Pill bugs
25
A B C L
Yes
Sow Bugs
25
A B C L
Yes
Plants for Cuttings
C I J
No
Seeds (alfalfa, rye grass, wheat, oat)
A B G J
No Coupon (Refill packages available)
Onion starts or garlic (bulbs)
I J
No
Mealworms (darkling beetle larvae)
200
A B D E K
Yes
Brassica Seeds
A B L
No Coupon (Refill packages available)
Milkweed Bug Eggs
75
A B K
Yes
Silkworm Eggs
50
A B K
Yes
Painted Lady Butterfly larvae
5
A B K
Yes
Pill Bugs
25
A B C L
Yes
Sow Bugs
25
A B C L
Yes
Land Snails
20
C L
No
Crayfish** and Elodea (Anacharis)
12
A B C D E F H L
Yes
Seeds (bush bean, corn, pea, sunflower, lima bean)
A B I J
No Coupon (Refill packages available)
Bess Beetles
A B
No
Seeds (corn, clover, radish, pea)
A B I J
No
Barley (salt tolerant)
A B
No
Darkling beetles
50
A B L
Yes
Isopods (pill bugs and sow bugs)
25 each
A B C L
Yes
Goldfish
20
A B E G L
Yes
Elodea (anarchis)
12
A B D F L
Yes
Duckweed
jar
A B L
Yes
Aquatic snails
50
A B D F K L
Yes
Amphipods: Gammarus
50
A B
Yes
Brine Shrimp Eggs
A B F L
No

** Currently, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Wisconsin have some restrictions on the transport of specific crayfish species. Contact your school district or local fish and game office for details. See the Crayfish Care page for more information.