The Invicta Pooter is a new design of pooter for the collection insects and other small organisms, allowing naturalists to store them temporarily for observation. The viewing chamber has been specially designed not to be perfectly round so that bugs will hide in the crevices for easier inspection.
The Pooter consists of a transparent plastic collecting jar with a green lid containing two holes, one of which has a fine mesh covering. A short length of green tube is inserted into the meshed hole and is sucked by the user. The longer clear tube is inserted into the other hole and then the end of this longer piece is placed over the bug to be collected. When the green tube is sucked the bug is safely deposited into the collecting pot with no risk of being sucked up into the mouth. The tubing can be easily washed and disinfected between uses.