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Fine point pencil brush
After a pair of tweezers and a pipette, a pencil brush is probably the most important tool for an antkeeper to have to help picking up and moving small ants and fragile brood.
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Pipette plastic 3 ml, 10 pieces
Standard plastic 'pasteur' pipettes with a capacity of 3ml for putting down drops of liquid food or filling small feeders. Will last longer if thorougly rinsed after use.
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Glass pipette 150mm, replacement
Though better than plastic disposable pipettes, the glass ones are a bit fragile. So occasionally you'll need a replacement. Comes in a shipping protector..
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Glass pipette, 150 mm with PVC balloon
While plastic pipettes usually can get the job done, glass ones are fully reusable and provide much better precision. This version has a cheaper ballon made of PVC.
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Pipette station with equipment
A workstation to keep your pipette and a jar of liquid food ready in a convenient and secure manner. Includes a 150 glass pipet with latex balloon and an additional replacement..
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Spatula RVS
Sometimes all you need is a handy little spatula. From gently wiping garbage from a colony in a testtube, slicing beetlejelly, to scraping Redrunner oothecas from eggcartons.
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Thermometer, infra-red
Keeping ants at the right temperature is extremely important, but it's hard to measure inside a nest. This why it's important for an antkeeper to have an infra-red thermometer. Rechargable batteries are included.
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Microscope tweezers, thin point
In some situations, like helping an alate that didn't shed her wings, you'll occasionally need tweezers with the best precision and the ability to hold firmly.
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Entomological tweezers, catcher
This shorter model is more responsive and the angled tip is excellent to catching chase down running ants with. Also the slightly stronger grip will keep larger ants from pulling themselves free.
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Standard tweezers, heavy point
Sometimes you need to be able to apply a lot more force with the tips of your tweezers, like pulling out cotton from a test tube or pre-killing a big cockroach. One of those tweezers you won't use often, but can't do without.