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Johnson butterfly trap

Johnson butterfly trap

Regular trap (left)
Long trap (right)

Inset shows the optional cone which can be fitted to either trap.
Johnson aperture comparisons

Johnson aperture comparisons

These photographs show the aperture of the Johnson butterfly traps as viewed from below (top image) and the side (bottom image). There are three options, providing you with optimum versatility.

Without cone or narrowing (left)
By partly closing the drawstring (centre)
With the addition of an optional cone (right)
Johnson trap conversion to observation cage

Johnson trap conversion to observation cage

With the addition of optional support rods, the skirt of the Johnson cage can be closed and the cage taken down and inverted. This provides a temporary, stable, freestanding observation cage.

For additional security the cage can be secured to the ground through the hanging loops using tent pegs (not provided).

Johnson regular butterfly trap (left)
Johnson long butterfly trap (right)

Inset - drawstring closure.
Hang-it support frame

Hang-it support frame

The hang-it frame is an optional extra, which can be most helpful where suitable hanging points are not available.

Johnson regular butterfly trap (left)
Johnson long butterfly trap (right)

Inset shows anchor band attachment to frame