Some of the Noodler's inks do have a UV component to them, but I don't remember which ones (I mean besides Blue Ghost, which is ONLY visible under black light). I want to say Qui Shi Hwang is one of them, but don't quote me on that. There's a chart on the Noodler's website showing the different characteristics of the different inks: bulletproof -- i.e., cellulose reactive (meaning it bonds with the paper); UV resistant, forgery-resistant, etc. And I think there's a column for inks that shine under a black light. You could check there.
I scrolled briefly through the link that ardenne provided, and the problem is that it's a decade old thread. The last post says that Nathan Tardif did come up with such an ink, but couldn't find a market for it. But of course that was probably before Blue Ghost came out. And CERTAINLY before QSH came out....
Okay, I just checked their website for the link: http://noodlersink.c...erties-2019.pdf
and it turns out I was right about QSH. But apparently El Lawrence ALSO has a UV component to it (who knew?) as well as some other inks, including some of the highlighter inks. I'm afraid that's the best that I know of.
Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth
"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."