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Awesome Ant Accessories

Updated on April 19, 2012

Awesome Ant Accessories

Ants aren't necessarily awesome, but ant accessories that are awesome tend to abound. Look no further than our compendium of accessible ant accoutrement. 

Ultrasonic Ant, Bug, Mosquito & Other Pest Repeller w/ Built-in Night Light

How many times have you wanted to do a little night reading, but the ultrasonic pest repeller was stuck in the last free outlet? Fret no more. This handy device delivers soothing illumination to you and annoying sonic annoyance to nearby ants. Simply plug and go. Mice, roaches, and fleas will also flee.

Large Black Ant Watermelon Fruit Salad Holder

Yes, you could painstakingly train troops of ants to transport your watermelon fruit salad, but this darling Large Black Ant does the job with much less fuss. It's convenient, it's sturdy, and it's designed to hold a watermelon holding a fruit salad. "Purpose-built" is an understatement.

Safer Diatomaceous Earth Ant and Insect Killer 4 Pound - 4 Pack

Diatomaceous earth presents a virtually impenetrable barrier for ants. Even the most ambitious ants turn aside to attack neighboring homes rather than struggle through strategically placed diatomaceous earth.This stuff is to ants as kryptonite is to Clark Kent.

We honestly don't have a clue what diatomaceous earth actually is: you might already have heaps of it in your back yard. Perhaps you buff your toenails with it.

Honey Ants Gather Honey Dew Secreted by Aphids the Ants Farm Photographic Poster Print by George Grall, 30x40

In case you forget what a huge ant might look like, this larger than life poster print will cause you to awaken screaming in the middle of the night as you imagine that your walls have been overtaken by irradiated ants from a Roger Corman epic film. On the other hand, perhaps big ants on the walls contribute the feng shui so badly needed by zookeepers. We're not here to judge.

Fascinations AntWorks Illuminated Blue

Watching ants work can be a fascinating activity for kids without cable TV, iPods, Internet, and a front-loading clothes washer with a transparent door. This gizmo makes ant activity even more interesting by adding illumination. Stare in amazement as industrious ants toil to build tiny ant community colleges while bathed in soothing blue light. Ants not included, but a coupon for ordering special blue-light-tolerant ants is included.

Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait Pest Control Antopia 21 Baiting System

Even the most discriminating ants prefer poison in gourmet form. This environmentally friendly gourmet ant bait is carried back to the ant colony. The queen ant consumes the gourmet ant killer formula and loses interest in staying alive. Without a queen, the colony eventually loses cohesion and spends all day watching The View, which is more poisonous than gourmet ant food.


Never settle for simple ants. Accessorize your ants with awesome ant accessories. Look online for ant adjuncts engineered to amp up your ant experience.


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    • nicomp profile image

      nicomp really 7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @drbj : As long as that stuff is available on Amazon!

    • prasetio30 profile image

      prasetio30 7 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Good accessories. I want to have one. Nice information from you.

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 7 years ago from south Florida

      What a fantastic idea, nicomp, starting with Accessories for Ants. Next you can do Briefcases for Beetles, Coach bags for Cockroaches, Desk sets for Dragonflies, Earrings for Earwigs, Fashions for Flies, Gear for Grasshoppers ... and so on.

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      breakfastpop 7 years ago

      The only good ant is a dead ant!

    • dabeaner profile image

      dabeaner 7 years ago from Nibiru

      Pshaw! How about some REAL ant accessories? Little carrying cases for their iPhones. Fendi briefcases for the up-and-coming young ant executive. Axe cologne for ants. And a special lady ant cosmetics line blessed by Lady Gaga. Furnishings and accouterments for their underground lairs designed by Martha Stewart...

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      Rob 7 years ago from Oviedo, FL

      This makes me think of that Monty Python routine where Eric Idle buys an ant and some accessories. The ant was only 1 cent, but the accessories were $200.


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