|Native Name||Tum Plaa Siw San Naa|
|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
Ban Thung Fon
|Outside Diameter:||13 cm|
|Credit Line:||Museum Purchase, 1981|
|Other Number:||154 - Other Number|
Woven bamboo (ไม้ไผ่บ้าน) jar with an attached bottom that protrudes to a point at one end beyond the edge of the jar itself. At the side with the protrusion there is an opening that is "V" shaped and is guarded by some loose netting. The lower half and neck of the trap is more tightly woven than the mid-section where there are large gaps like a sieve. It is used in river edges that are muddy (ป่าไผ่). Soft bran bait is staked inside. Used August-September when the fish migrate (ปลารอม).
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