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.
Magnifier with light, white
With a massive 40x magnification, a very large 25mm lens and an actual light, this cheap little magnifier is a surpisingly good alternative for ant indentification to an actual microscope.
Plastic pipettes 0.5 ml , 10 pieces
Tiny plastic 'pasteur' pipettes with a capacity of 0.5ml for putting down small drops of liquid food with high precision. Will last longer if thorougly rinsed after use.
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.
Glass pipette bottle 60ml
For easy storage of prepared liquid food (usally in a fridge). Comes with a handy 1ml glass 'pasteur' pipette integrated in the glass stopper.
Pipette glass 2ml
A glass pipette, easily cleanable and the rubber balloon and the fine glass tip allow for more precision when placing drops of liquids than with a similar sized plastic version.
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.
Entomological tweezers, standard
The best all-round entomological tweezers. Every ant keeper should have one of these as being able to easily pick up ants without harm changes everything.
Entomological tweezers, wide
With the wider curved tip these tweezers are the ones you'll want to use when catching ants on the run. Also the stronger grip will keep larger ants from pulling themselves free.
Normal tweezers, thin point
There are plenty of times where you need tweezers but not to pick up ants. This is a nice standard pair of tweezers with a sharp and reasonably strong tip with grooves.