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Woodlice

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After years of watching these little grey bugs roll into tiny balls, it turns out everything is a lie: roly polies aren't bugs at all.

If you don't remember those little grey bugs known as pill bugs or roly-polies, I'm not sure what you were doing with your childhood. ...

CRUSTACEA (Crustáceos) - Peracarida, Ordem Isopoda, Subordem Oniscidea. ////// CRUSTACEA (Crustaceans) - Peracarida, Order Isopoda, Suborder Oniscidea.

CRUSTACEA (Crustáceos) - Peracarida, Ordem Isopoda, Subordem Oniscidea. ////// CRUSTACEA (Crustaceans) - Peracarida, Order Isopoda, Suborder Oniscidea.

Care Sheet: Terrestrial Isopods (slaters, pillbugs and woodlice) – Sans Vertigo

Terrestrial isopods are interesting, as they contain fully terrestrial crustacean species that don't have an aquatic life stage. In the wild and in captivity they serve as nature's clean up crew, living on the ground among leaf litter and fallen logs.

Woodlice  From: ‘System der Myriapoden, mit den Verzeichnissen und Berichtigungen zu Deutschlands Crustaceen, Myriapoden, und Arachniden’ by von C. L. Koch Published 1847

Woodlice From: ‘System der Myriapoden, mit den Verzeichnissen und Berichtigungen zu Deutschlands Crustaceen, Myriapoden, und Arachniden’ by von C. L. Koch Published 1847

Isopods are basically a fancy name for rollie polys, pillbugs, or woodlice. They are small invertebrates, with most species measuring from 1/8″-1″

Isopods are basically a fancy name for rollie polys, pillbugs, or woodlice. They are small invertebrates, with most species measuring from 1/8″-1″

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Roly-poly bugs are natural soil conditioners because they process decomposing matter, helping keep your garden soil clean and healthy. And — fun fact — they're crustaceans, not insects.

Roly-poly bugs are natural soil conditioners because they process decomposing matter, helping keep your garden soil clean and healthy. And — fun fact — they're crustaceans, not insects.

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