JP2011098945A - Poison bait for ant - Google Patents

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JP2011098945A
JP2011098945A JP2009256404A JP2009256404A JP2011098945A JP 2011098945 A JP2011098945 A JP 2011098945A JP 2009256404 A JP2009256404 A JP 2009256404A JP 2009256404 A JP2009256404 A JP 2009256404A JP 2011098945 A JP2011098945 A JP 2011098945A
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Kazuyuki Ikeda
Katsuro Sugimaru
Kazunori Yamamoto
和則 山本
勝郎 杉丸
和幸 池田
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make a poison bait attracting ants easily and having moisture which the ants like, hardly hanging down during the time of conveyance or in use, and also reduce a cost required for the production to be obtained inexpensively. <P>SOLUTION: This poison bait A is provided by containing at least an insecticide, sugar, glycerol, starch syrup and a powdery material as constituting components, and mixing these components to become a gel or paste state. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an ant poison bait for controlling ants.

  In general, it is widely known that ants do not eat the captured food on the spot, but have the habit of eating it after carrying it to the nest. Therefore, using such an ant's habits, a poison bait mixed with an ant's favorite food and food poison is sprayed around the ant's activity area, nest, house, or housed in a container It is practiced to control ants by placing them in the area.

  Moreover, it is also known that ants have a honey absorption property, so that they can easily eat a moist bait rather than a dry solid bait. As a poison bait using this habit, there is one disclosed in Patent Document 1, for example. The poison bait of Patent Document 1 contains gelatin. By making the jelly strength and viscosity of this gelatin within a predetermined range, dripping of the poison bait during transportation and use is suppressed.

JP 2007-99704 A

  However, when gelatin is contained in the poisonous bait as in Patent Document 1, at the time of producing the poisonous bait, a heating step of heating to a temperature at which the gelatin dissolves (60 ° C. to 80 ° C.), and the dissolved gelatin is cooled. And a cooling step for solidification. In particular, in order to bring the jelly strength and viscosity within the predetermined ranges, sufficient stirring is required in the heating process, and furthermore, in the cooling process, it must be slowly cooled at room temperature. Cost. Moreover, as a manufacturing facility, a heating facility and a cooling facility are necessary and become large-scale. Therefore, the cost of the poison bait is increased.

  In order to improve the control power of ants, it is important how to attract ants to poisonous bait.

  The present invention has been made in view of such points, and the object of the present invention is to easily attract ants, and to prevent the ant-preferred poison bait from dripping during transportation or use. In addition, it is to reduce the cost required for the production so that it can be obtained at a low cost.

  A first invention is an ant poison bait for controlling ants, and includes at least an insecticide, sucrose, glycerin, chickenpox, and powder as constituent components, and these components are in a gel form Alternatively, they are mixed to form a paste.

  According to this configuration, moisture is imparted to the surface of the poison bait by the moisturizing action of glycerin and chickenpox. In addition, chickenpox has viscosity. By mixing this starch syrup and glycerin into the powder, gel or paste that is difficult to sag without using gelatin which causes high cost as in the conventional example. It can be used as a poison bait. Furthermore, by mixing sucrose and varicella preferred by ants, it becomes possible to provide a poisonous bait that easily attracts ants.

  In a second aspect based on the first aspect, the powder is made of an animal or plant material.

  In other words, ants have the property of being attracted by animal and plant materials, and by using these as raw materials for powders, it becomes possible to attract ants even more easily.

  The third invention is characterized in that, in the first or second invention, the mixing amount of starch syrup is set so that precipitation of sucrose does not occur.

  According to this configuration, since sucrose can be completely dissolved, ants can be effectively attracted by sucrose.

  A fourth invention is characterized in that, in any one of the first to third inventions, the container is accommodated in a container having a barrier-free structure having no peripheral wall portion.

  According to this configuration, the poison bait is held in a state of sticking to the inner surface of the container due to the tackiness of the chickenpox. In this state, since the container has a barrier-free structure, ants can easily reach the poisonous bait in the container. And since poisonous bait is the gel-like or paste-like which is hard to drip, even if a container is a barrier free structure, it is suppressed that it droops from a container.

  According to the first invention, at least sucrose, glycerin, starch syrup, and powder are mixed in a gel or paste form to make a poisonous bait, so it is easy to attract ants, and While it can be used as a poisonous bait having the moisture preferred by ants, it can be made difficult to sag before or during use. Furthermore, since the heating step and the cooling step as in the case of containing the conventional gelatin are unnecessary, the cost can be reduced.

  According to the second invention, since the raw material of the powder is an animal or vegetable raw material, it is possible to further attract ants more easily and to improve the control power.

  According to the third aspect of the invention, since the mixing amount of chickenpox is set so that sucrose does not precipitate, ants can be attracted effectively, and the control power can be further improved.

  According to the fourth aspect of the invention, the poison bait can be used without sagging in a state of being accommodated in a container having a barrier-free structure, so that a high control force can be obtained over a long period.

It is a perspective view of the container in which the poison bait concerning embodiment is stored. It is a top view of a container. It is a bottom view of a container. It is a front view of a container. It is a rear view of a container. It is a left view of a container. It is the VII-VII sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is the VIII-VIII sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is a figure explaining the use condition of a poison bait. It is a perspective view in the state where a plurality of containers were connected. It is a top view in the state where a plurality of containers were connected. It is a top view of the state which isolate | separated the container. It is FIG. 1 equivalent view which shows the container which changed the columnar part. It is the FIG. 1 equivalent view concerning the modification of a container. FIG. 9 is a view corresponding to FIG. 2 according to a modified example of the container. FIG. 4 is a view corresponding to FIG. 3 according to a modified example of the container. FIG. 6 is a view corresponding to FIG. 4 according to a modified example of the container. It is the XVIII-XVIII sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is the XIX-XIX sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is the XX-XX sectional view taken on the line in FIG. FIG. 10 is a view corresponding to FIG. 9 according to a modified example of the container. FIG. 12 is a view corresponding to FIG. 11 according to a modified example of the container. FIG. 13 is a view corresponding to FIG. 12 according to a modified example of the container.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. It should be noted that the following description of the preferred embodiment is merely illustrative in nature, and is not intended to limit the present invention, its application, or its use.

  As shown in FIG. 9, the ant poison bait A according to the embodiment of the present invention is used in a state of being accommodated in a container 1.

  Poisonous bait A consists of 5% fipronil solution (insecticide), solvent, boric acid, glycerin, boiled dried powdered powder, granulated sugar, starch syrup, dried mashed potato with dried mashed potato, Amorden FS-140 (preservative) Agent), Vitrex (denatonium benzoate) and ion-exchanged water as constituent components.

  In the component of the poison bait A, boric acid is mixed for the purpose of a preservative for preventing the poison bait A from being rotted. In addition, glycerin and chickenpox are mixed for the purpose of a moisturizing agent for imparting moisture to the poison bait A. Boiled and dried sugar and granulated sugar are attractants for attracting ants. Further, the dried mashed potatoes serve as a base material for the poison bait A and also act as an ant attractant. Vitrex aims to prevent accidental ingestion by giving strong bitterness to the poison bait A.

  The above components are sufficiently kneaded so that there is no unevenness. Moreover, the mixture ratio of the said component is set so that the poison bait A may become a paste form. As the amount of ion-exchanged water increases, the viscosity of poison bait A decreases, and as the amount of chickenpox increases, the viscosity of poison bait A increases. Furthermore, since the poison bait A tends to fall apart if the amount of boiled dried powder and dried mashed potatoes is increased too much, these amounts are set so that the poison bait A can maintain a paste form. Moreover, in this embodiment, the thickener like xanthan gum is not mixed with the poison bait A. When the viscosity is increased by the thickener, when the ant is attached to the poison bait A and tries to leave, the poison bait A pulls the thread, and the ant remains stuck to the poison bait A. This is because there is a risk of losing.

  Among the components of poison bait A, the weight ratio of granulated sugar that ants often like is the highest. For example, 20 g or more of granulated sugar is preferably contained in 100 g of poison bait A. The whole amount of granulated sugar is dissolved in chickenpox so that it does not precipitate. That is, the weight ratio of chickenpox is set so that granulated sugar does not precipitate. For example, it is preferable to contain 10 g or more in 100 g of poison bait A.

  Moreover, by mixing the syrup and glycerin which act as a moisturizer, the poison bait A can be moistened to give a moist feel. Since ants have a honey absorption property, they prefer to eat moist (moisturized) poison bait A. In this embodiment, the moist feeling of the degree which an ant likes is given by adjusting the quantity of a chickenpox and glycerol. The weight ratio of starch syrup may be less than the weight ratio of granulated sugar. For example, a weight ratio of about 1/2 of granulated sugar is preferable. The moist feeling of the surface of poisonous bait A by varicella and glycerin is maintained for several months even when left indoors or outdoors.

  In addition, the poisonous bait A adheres to the container 1 due to the adhesiveness of the chickenpox.

  Further, the amount of glycerin is appropriately set so that water does not droop out of the poison bait A. Specifically, the weight ratio of glycerin is smaller than the weight ratio of granulated sugar, and is preferably about 1/10 to 1/3 of the weight ratio of the poison bait A as a whole. Since this glycerin has a sweetness, it also acts as an ant attractant.

  Moreover, the shape maintenance property which can maintain a predetermined shape over a long period of time is obtained by mixing boiled dried powder and dry mashed potato. When the poison bait A is composed only of glycerin or chickenpox, it becomes a poison bait A that tends to sag and lose its shape, but the shape of the poison bait A becomes difficult to collapse by mixing powder.

  In addition, ants prefer those made of animal and plant materials, so that ant is added to poisonous bait A by mixing dried powder of animal materials and dried mashed potatoes of plant material. It becomes easy to come. For example, 10 g or more of the powdered mashed potato is preferably contained in 100 g of the poison bait A. Moreover, it is preferable to contain boiled dried powder as much.

  Further, the poisonous bait A becomes a high-viscosity paste having a property of hardly dripping in a high-temperature atmosphere from a normal temperature atmosphere to an outdoor temperature in summer due to the viscosity of chickenpox and the shape maintenance property of dried mash and dried mashed potato. The difficulty of dripping poison bait A is maintained for several months after the use of poison bait A is started. Since the difficulty in dripping the poison bait A can be obtained without using the gelatin of the conventional example, the time and equipment for heating and cooling the gelatin are unnecessary, and the cost can be reduced in the production of the poison bait A. Will be.

  Further, the poison bait A may not be in the form of a paste, for example, it may be in the form of a gel that has lost fluidity and solidified in a jelly shape with some elasticity and hardness. This can be changed by adjusting each component.

  In addition, instead of granulated sugar, white sucrose, tri-warm sugar, brown sugar or the like may be used, or a mixture of these may be used. In other words, the poison bait A only needs to contain sucrose.

  Moreover, you may mix the powder which consists of plant raw materials, such as rice flour, rice bran, corn flour, wheat flour, and starch, with the poison bait A.

  Further, the insecticide is not limited to those described above, and may be another conventionally known insecticide.

  Moreover, you may make it make poison bait A mix only one of boiled-dried powder and powdered mashed potato.

  Moreover, antiseptic | preservative and denatonium benzoate should just be mixed as needed, and are not essential for this invention.

  Next, the container 1 that stores the poison bait A will be described in detail.

  The container 1 in which the poison bait A is accommodated is installed at an installation location such as an outdoor ground or an indoor floor surface (indicated by G in FIG. 9).

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 7, the container 1 includes an installation plate portion 10 placed at an installation location, an opposing plate portion 20 arranged so as to face the installation plate portion 10, and an opposing plate portion 20. 1st-3rd columnar part 31-33 connected in the state which opened the space | interval with respect to the board part 10 for installation is provided.

  The installation plate portion 10 is formed by molding a resin material into a substantially flat plate shape. As shown in FIG. 3, the shape of the installation plate portion 10 is a shape having a motif of a flower having five petals as viewed from the bottom of the container 1, and the whole is, for example, a light pink color having translucency. Etc. are colored. On the outer peripheral side of the installation plate part 10, first to fifth extension parts 11 to 15 extending so as to form petals are provided. These extending portions 11 to 15 have the same shape, are arranged at equal intervals in the circumferential direction of the installation plate portion 10, extend radially, and have a shape along the installation surface G shown in FIG. 9.

  As shown in FIG. 7, a protrusion 16 that protrudes toward the counter plate 20 and extends in the circumferential direction is formed on the inner surface 10 a located inside the container 1 in the installation plate 10. As shown in FIG. 8, the protrusions 16 are continuous in the circumferential direction so as to form an annulus in plan view, and the center thereof substantially coincides with the center of the installation plate 10.

  The width of the protrusion 16 is set to be the same over the entire circumference. As shown in FIG. 7, the height of the ridge portion 16 is higher at the portion closer to the center of the installation plate portion 10 than the center portion in the width direction of the ridge portion 16, and this height is the highest. As for the high part, height h1 from the inner surface 10a of the installation board part 10 is set to 3 mm or less. The reason for this is that while maintaining the function of preventing water such as rainwater from entering the container 1 from the outside or the function of preventing the poison bait A from falling off the container 1, the accessibility of ants (poisonous bait) This is because the height is set so as not to hinder the ease of access to the agent A).

  The outer peripheral surface 16 a that configures the outer peripheral side of the ridge portion 16 is configured by an inclined surface that inclines so as to approach the counter plate portion 20 toward the center side of the installation plate portion 10. In addition, the inner peripheral surface 16 b constituting the inner peripheral side of the protrusion 16 is configured by an inclined surface that is inclined so as to approach the counter plate 20 as it goes to the outside of the installation plate 10. The outer edge of the inner peripheral surface 16b is continuous with the inner edge of the outer peripheral surface 16a. Therefore, the longitudinal section of the protrusion 16 is substantially triangular.

  The degree of inclination of the outer peripheral surface 16a is set smaller than the degree of inclination of the inner peripheral surface 16b, and the outer peripheral surface 16a is relatively gentle. In addition, the outer peripheral surface 16a is provided with a textured process (anti-slip process) over the entire circumference so as to prevent ants from slipping. Note that the outer peripheral surface 16a may be subjected to anti-slip processing other than wrinkles, and for example, a minute convex or concave may be formed.

  Of the inner surface 10 a of the installation plate 10, the inner part of the protrusion 16 is a poison bait placement surface 10 c on which the poison bait A is placed. The poison bait placement surface 10c is formed of a substantially flat surface. The poison bait placement surface 10c and the inner surfaces of the first to fifth extending portions 11 to 15 are positioned on substantially the same surface.

  As shown in FIG. 9, an inclined surface (pest guide surface) 10 d for guiding ants to the center side of the installation plate portion 10 is formed on the outer peripheral side of the inner surface 10 a of the installation plate portion 10. Yes. The inclined surface 10d has an inclination angle that approaches the surface G of the installation location as it goes to the outer peripheral edge of the installation plate 10. As shown in FIG. 8, the inclined surface 10 d is formed so as to extend over substantially the entire circumference of the installation plate portion 10, and corresponds to the shape of the first to fifth extending portions 11 to 15. It extends while curving visually. Due to the formation of the inclined surface 10d, the thickness of the outer peripheral side of the installation plate portion 10 becomes thinner toward the outer peripheral edge. Further, the inclined surface 10d is subjected to anti-slip processing in the same manner as the outer peripheral surface 16a of the protrusion 16. The width of the inclined surface 10d is preferably set to 2 mm or more and 5 mm or less, for example.

  Thickness T (shown in FIG. 9) of portions other than the inclined surface 10d in the extending portions 11 to 15 of the installation plate portion 10 is set to 0.5 mm or more and 3.0 mm or less. Thereby, the 1st-5th extension parts 11-15 are hard to become an obstacle of an ant. Further, the installation plate 10 has a so-called barrier-free structure that does not have a peripheral wall portion that extends to a position higher than the head position of the ant in the cocoon state, and the side portion of the container 1 is opened. It has become.

  In addition, you may provide the protrusion of the height lower than the head position of the ant in the cocoon state in the outer peripheral side of the installation board part 10, and if it is a protrusion of such a low level, an ant alert Will not increase that much.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the 1st recessed parts 11a-15a are formed in the outer surface 10b located in the container 1 outer side of the board part 10 for installation. These 1st recessed parts 11a-15a are located in the center part of the 1st-5th extension parts 11-15, respectively. Further, the outer surface 10b of the installation plate portion 10 is formed with a second concave portion 10g at a portion corresponding to between the adjacent extending portions 11 to 15.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the opposing plate portion 20 has the same shape as the installation plate portion 10. That is, the opposing plate portion 20 includes first to fifth extending portions 21 to 25. Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the inner surface 20a of the opposing plate portion 20 includes an outer peripheral surface 26a and an inner peripheral surface 26b. And a slanted surface 20d to be a pest guide surface described later. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, first concave portions 21 a to 25 a and a second concave portion 20 g are formed on the outer surface 20 b of the counter plate portion 20.

  Moreover, the opposing board part 20 is made into the barrier free structure without a surrounding wall part similarly to the installation board part 10, Therefore Therefore, the side part of the container 1 is the opposing board part 20 side from the installation board part 10 side. The whole is open. Further, the opposing plate portion 20 is substantially parallel to the installation plate portion 10.

  As shown by broken lines in FIGS. 2 and 3, the first to third columnar portions 31 to 33 have a substantially circular cross section. As shown in FIGS. 4 to 6, the first to third columnar portions 31 to 33 are integrally formed with the base plate side portions 31 a to 33 a formed integrally with the installation plate portion 10 and the counter plate portion 20, respectively. Tip side portions 31b to 33b.

  In addition, the length of the base end side parts 31a-33a and the length of the front end side parts 31b-33b may be made the same, and may differ.

  As shown in FIG. 8, the base end side portion 31 a of the first columnar portion 31 protrudes from between the first extension portion 11 and the second extension portion 12 on the inner surface of the installation plate portion 10. The proximal end side portion 32 a of the second columnar portion 32 protrudes from between the third extending portion 13 and the fourth extending portion 14 on the inner surface of the installation plate portion 10. The proximal end side portion 33 a of the third columnar portion 33 protrudes from between the first extension portion 11 and the fifth extension portion 15 on the inner surface of the installation plate portion 10.

  Similarly, the tip side portion 31 b of the first columnar portion 31 protrudes from between the first extension portion 21 and the second extension portion 22 on the inner surface of the counter plate portion 20. The distal end side portion 32 b of the second columnar portion 32 protrudes from between the third extending portion 23 and the fourth extending portion 24 on the inner surface of the opposing plate portion 20. The distal end side portion 33 b of the third columnar portion 33 protrudes from between the first extension portion 21 and the fifth extension portion 25 on the inner surface of the opposing plate portion 20.

  The distal end surfaces of the proximal end side portions 31a to 33a are welded to the distal end surfaces of the distal end side portions 31b to 33b in the protruding direction. As a method used at the time of welding, for example, an ultrasonic welding method may be mentioned. However, the welding may be performed by a method other than this, or may be bonded by an adhesive, for example.

  The dimension h2 of the container 1 in the separating direction between the installation plate 10 and the counter plate 20 is set to be sufficiently smaller than the outer dimension W1 of the installation plate 10 and the counter plate 20. Therefore, when the container 1 is thrown, for example, the container 1 has a flat shape that easily falls so that one of the installation plate 10 and the opposing plate 20 contacts the installation location. The counter plate portion 20 is designed so as to hardly stand in a vertically extending posture. In addition, the external dimension W1 of the installation board part 10 and the opposing board part 20 is set to 25 mm or more and 50 mm or less, for example, and becomes the small container 1. FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 9, the poison bait A accommodated in the container 1 is formed in a substantially spherical shape and is placed on the poison bait placement surface 10 c of the installation plate 10. The diameter of the poison bait A is set in advance to be larger than the distance h2 (shown in FIG. 4) between the inner surface 10a of the installation plate 10 and the inner surface 20a of the counter plate 20. The poison bait A is also in contact with the inner surface of the inner surface 20a of the opposing plate portion 20 with respect to the protrusion 26 in a state where the poison bait A is placed on the poison bait placement surface 10c. In this state, the poison bait A is held in the container 1 in a slightly crushed state.

  The poison bait A adheres to the poison bait placement surface 10 c of the installation plate 10 and also adheres to the inner surface 20 a of the counter plate 20 due to the adhesiveness of the chickenpox. At this time, the poison bait A has the above-described shape maintenance, so that it does not fall off the container 1 during normal handling such as transportation and does not sag.

  As shown in FIG.10 and FIG.11, the container 1 before use is integrated in the state in which 10 pieces were connected. A connecting piece 81 connected to the outer edge portion of the opposing plate portion 20 of the adjacent container 1 is formed on the outer edge portion of the opposing plate portion 20 of the container 1. A similar connecting piece 80 is also formed on the outer edge of the installation plate 10.

  The installation plate portion 10 of each container 1 is integrally formed via a connecting piece 80, and the opposing plate portion 20 is integrally formed via a connecting piece 81. The connecting piece 81 of the opposing plate portion 20 is formed to be more fragile than the connecting piece 80 of the installation plate portion 10, and is broken and separated by vibration during ultrasonic welding described later. The separated connecting piece 81 is indicated by reference numerals 81a and 81b in FIG. Reference numeral 81a is also shown in FIG. Moreover, the connection part 80 of the board part 10 for installation breaks and isolate | separates by applying force in a bending direction. The separated connecting piece 80 is indicated by reference numerals 80a and 80b in the same drawing. Reference numeral 80a is also shown in FIG.

  Among the base end side portions 31a to 33a of the first to third columnar portions 31 to 33 of the ten installation plate portions 10, an arbitrary number of them are fitted to the distal end side portions 31b to 33b of the counter plate portion 20. It is designed to be positioned. That is, as shown in FIG. 7, a concave portion 45 is formed on the distal end surface of the proximal end side portion 32a of the predetermined container 1, and the distal end side portion 32b corresponding to the proximal end side portion 32a where the concave portion 45 is formed is formed. Is formed with a convex portion 46 that fits into the concave portion 45.

  Next, the manufacturing procedure of the container 1 configured as described above will be described. First, the ten installation plate portions 10 are integrally formed so as to be in a state of being arranged in two vertically and five horizontally and being connected by the connecting portion 80. Similarly, the ten counter plate portions 20 are integrally formed so as to be connected by the connecting portion 81.

  Next, the poison bait A is placed on the poison bait placement surface 10 c of each installation plate 10.

  Then, it arrange | positions so that the opposing board part 20 may be covered from the board part 10 for installation, and the convex part 46 is fitted to the recessed part 45 as shown in FIG. Thereby, the opposing board part 20 is positioned by the installation board part 10. FIG. Then, the counter-plate part 20 is vibrated with a well-known ultrasonic welding machine, and the base end side parts 31a-33a of each columnar part 31-33 are welded to the front end side parts 31b-33b. At the time of this welding, since the connecting portion 81 of the opposing plate portion 20 is separated by vibration, each container 1 is connected only by the connecting portion 80 of the installation plate portion 10.

  In addition, the container 1 may be connected only by the connection part 81 of the opposing board part 20 so that the connection part 80 of the installation board part 10 may be isolate | separated at the time of ultrasonic welding.

  In this way, a product 100 in which ten containers 1 are integrated as shown in FIG. 10 is obtained. This product 100 is packaged and distributed with, for example, a resin film. Since each container 1 is connected by the connection part 80 of the installation board part 10, each container 1 is not separated before use, and handling is easy.

  And, when using, simply holding the container 1 by hand and applying force so as to fold the connecting part 80 of the installation plate part 10 causes the connecting part 80 to break, and the container 1 is separated into any plurality of locations. Can be put.

  What is necessary is just to throw away when installing each container 1 in an installation place. The dimension h2 in the separation direction between the installation plate 10 and the opposing plate 20 of the container 1 is set to be sufficiently smaller than the outer dimension W1 of the installation plate 10 and the opposing plate 20 to make the container 1 flat. Therefore, the installation plate 10 or the counter plate 20 comes into contact with the installation place simply by throwing it.

  When the thrown container 1 lands, a slight impact is applied to the poison bait A, but the poison bait A is adhered to the container 1 and has shape maintaining property. The poison bait A does not come off the container 1.

  Based on FIG. 9, the case where the container 1 is placed in a posture in which the installation plate portion 10 is in contact with the installation location will be described. Since there is no peripheral wall on the outer peripheral side of the installation plate 10, there is no peripheral wall that becomes an obstacle having a height that cannot be overcome for small pests such as ants. Ants can easily reach the poison bait A. That is, the structure of the container 1 is a structure that does not inhibit the ants from reaching the poison bait A.

  The poison bait A is easily mixed with ants because sucrose and chickenpox preferred by ants are mixed. Moreover, since moisture is given to the surface of the poison bait A by the moisturizing action of glycerin and chickenpox, the ants can easily take honey and eat the poison bait A easily.

  As described above, according to the poisonous bait A according to this embodiment, sucrose, glycerin, starch syrup, powder and main components are mixed together in a paste form, Therefore, while being able to make it the poison bait A which is easy to attract an ant and has the moisture which an ant likes, it can make it difficult to sag before and during use. Furthermore, since the heating step and the cooling step as in the case of containing the conventional gelatin are unnecessary, the cost can be reduced.

  Moreover, since the powder of the animal raw material and the vegetable raw material is mixed with the poison bait A, the ants can be more easily attracted and the control power can be improved.

  Moreover, since the mixing amount of the starch syrup is set so that precipitation of sucrose does not occur, ants can be attracted effectively by sucrose, and the control power can be further improved.

  Moreover, since the poison bait A can be used without dripping in the state accommodated in the container 1 having a barrier-free structure, a high control force can be obtained over a long period of time.

  Similarly, when the counter plate portion 20 is installed in a posture in contact with the installation location, similarly, since there is no peripheral wall portion on the outer peripheral side of the counter plate portion 20, it is opened as described above. The attracting component can be easily diffused and the caution of ants can be weakened. Therefore, it becomes easy for ants to reach poisonous bait A.

  That is, when the container 1 is thrown and thrown, regardless of which of the installation plate portion 10 and the opposing plate portion 20 is in contact with the installation location, the same high control force can be obtained. It is easy to handle.

  Moreover, since the 1st-5th extension parts 21-25 extended to the outer side rather than the mounting surface part 10c were provided in the opposing board part 20, the container 1 in the attitude | position in which the installation board part 10 contact | connects the installation surface G When the is installed, the first to fifth extending portions 21 to 25 can function as a collar portion. Thereby, the environment where an ant likes and comes in and out can be created, and control power can be improved further. Moreover, when the opposing board part 20 is installed with the attitude | position which contact | connects the installation surface G, the 1st-5th extension parts 11-15 of the board part 10 for installation function as a collar part.

  In addition, although the said container 1 is provided with three columnar parts, the number of columnar parts is not restricted to this. For example, as shown in FIG. 13, each container 1 may be provided with five columnar portions 35. In this thing, each columnar part 35 connects the 1st-5th extension parts 11-15 of the board part 10 for installation, and the 1st-5th extension parts 21-25 of the opposing board part 20. It extends. Each columnar portion 35 has a substantially oval cross section that is long in the circumferential direction of the container 1.

  Moreover, the structure of the container 1 is good also as a structure like the modification shown to FIGS.

  That is, as shown in FIG. 16, the installation plate portion 50 of the container 1 according to the modified example has an elongated shape with a leaf as a motif, and the whole is colored, for example, light green or the like having translucency. On the inner surface 50a of the installation plate portion 50, a protrusion 56 having an outer peripheral surface 56a and an inner peripheral surface 56b is formed. As shown in FIG. 20, the protrusion 56 is displaced to one side of the longitudinal center of the installation plate 50. An inner portion of the protrusion 56 on the inner surface 50a is a poison bait placement surface 50c. An inclined surface 50d serving as a pest guide surface is formed on the outer peripheral side of the inner surface 50a of the installation plate portion 50. The inclined surface 50d is formed so as to extend over substantially the entire circumference of the installation plate portion 50, and is curved in plan view.

  The installation plate part 50 has a barrier-free structure, and the side part of the container 1 is opened as shown in FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 16, a recess 50 g is formed on the outer surface 50 b of the installation plate part 50. The recess 50g extends so as to form a leaf vein.

  As shown in FIG. 15, the opposing plate portion 60 has substantially the same shape as the installation plate portion 50. As shown in FIG. 18, the inner surface 60 a of the opposing plate portion 60 includes an outer peripheral surface 66 a and an inner peripheral portion. A protrusion 66 having a surface 66b and an inclined surface 60d serving as a pest guide surface are formed. As shown in FIG. 14, a concave portion 60 g is formed on the outer surface 60 b of the counter plate portion 60. The counter plate 60 also has a barrier-free structure.

  As shown in FIG. 15, the container 1 according to the modification includes first to fourth columnar parts 71 to 74. The 1st-4th columnar parts 71-74 have a substantially oval cross section. As shown in FIG. 17, the first to fourth columnar portions 71 to 74 are respectively proximal end side portions 71 a to 74 a that are integrally molded with the installation plate portion 50 and front ends that are integrally molded with the opposing plate portion 60. Side portions 71b to 74b.

  The first columnar portion 71 is located on one end side in the longitudinal direction of the container 1 (lower side in FIG. 16). Further, the second columnar portion 72 and the third columnar portion 73 are located in the vicinity of the central portion in the longitudinal direction of the container 1. Further, the fourth columnar portion 74 is located on the other end side in the longitudinal direction of the container 1 (upper side in FIG. 16).

  As shown in FIG. 20, the distal end side portions 71b to 74b are cylindrical. As shown in FIG. 14, the counter plate portion 60 is formed with a through hole 60 f that communicates with the hollow portions of the distal end side portions 71 b to 74 b.

  The distal end surfaces of the base end side portions 71a to 74a and the distal end surfaces of the distal end side portions 71b to 74b are welded.

  The dimensions of each part are set so that the container 1 also has a flat shape.

  As shown in FIGS. 21 and 22, the container 1 before use is integrated in a state where 10 are connected. The installation plate portion 50 is connected by a connecting piece 80, and the opposing plate portion 60 is connected by a connecting piece 81.

  When the container 1 is placed in a posture in which the installation plate part 50 is in contact with the installation place, the ant easily reaches the poison bait A because the peripheral part of the installation plate part 50 is opened without any peripheral wall. Become. In this state, both sides in the longitudinal direction of the opposing plate portion 60 function as a collar portion, and it is possible to create a dark environment in which the ants prefer to enter and exit.

  Similarly, when the opposing plate portion 20 is installed in a posture in contact with the installation location, the ants easily reach the poison bait A as well.

  In addition, although four columnar parts are provided in the container 1 of a modification, the number of columnar parts is not restricted to this.

  Further, in the above description, the case where the product 100 is configured by combining ten containers 1 is described. However, the number of containers 1 constituting the product 100 is not limited to this, and an arbitrary number What is necessary is just to comprise. Moreover, you may make it distribute | circulate one container 1 independently.

  Moreover, when integrating each container 1, all the connection parts 80 by the side of the installation board part 10 are connected, However, It is not restricted to this, You may make it make a part unconnect. Thereby, the container 1 can be easily separated before use.

  Further, the material of the container 1 may be, for example, paper other than the resin.

  Moreover, the shape of the container 1 shows an example, and of course, shapes other than flowers and leaves may be used.

  Further, the shape of the poison bait A is not limited to a spherical shape, and may be a columnar shape, for example. Moreover, poison bait A can also be accommodated in containers other than the above-mentioned container 1. FIG.

  As described above, the poison bait according to the present invention is suitable for use in a container having a barrier-free structure, for example.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Container 10 Installation board part 20 Opposite board part 31-33 Columnar part A Poisonous bait

Claims (4)

  1. An ant poison bait for controlling ants,
    An ant poison bait comprising at least an insecticide, sucrose, glycerin, chickenpox, and powder as constituent components, and these components are mixed in a gel or paste form .
  2. In the invention of claim 1,
    An ant poisonous bait characterized in that the powder is composed of animal or plant materials.
  3. In the invention of claim 1 or 2,
    The mixing amount of varicella is set so that sucrose does not precipitate, and is a poisonous bait for ants.
  4. In one invention of Claim 1 to 3,
    An ant poison bait characterized by being housed in a barrier-free container having no peripheral wall.
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