Mosquito Dipper for Larvae and Pupae

The Mosquito Dipper for Larvae and Pupae (Model 320) is a patented telescoping water sampling dipper primarily intended for use by vector control field technicians for the purpose of testing water sources for the presence of mosquito larvae and pupae; the total weight of the dipper is 15 oz (425 g) . The shaft is made of heavy-duty anodized aluminum and is 31″ (80cm) long when compact and 70″ (180cm) long when fully extended. The dual locking clasps make it easy to set the device length as needed for a sturdy hold. Double reinforced rivets at the neck hold the white powder coated stainless steel cup firmly in place. The white powder coating makes larvae recognition a snap. The cup volume is 10 oz (300 ml). The rugged hand grip is grooved to allow for a firm hold and the sturdy wrist strap provides assurance that the device won’t slip away accidentally.


  • Sturdy Anodized Aluminum Telescoping Shaft 32-70 inches (80-180 cm)
  • The Stainless Steel Cup (10 oz or 300 ml) and Connecting Neck are powder-coated bright white to make identification and counting easy 
  • The Neck is welded to the cup and the anodized handle is attached with two stainless rivets 
  • Dual Heavy-Duty Locking Clasps that can be adjusted for tension  
  • Solid Molded Hand Grip with Sturdy Wrist Strap



White Powder Coated Stainless Steel Cup

Dual Heavy-Duty and Adjustable Locking Clamps

Rugged Hand-Grip with Sturdy Wrist Strap