Armadillidiida is a family of woodlice, a terrestrial crustacean group in the order
Isopoda. ... Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Not to
be confused with Armadillidae. ...
Description. Pillbugs, also known as sowbugs, or woodlice, are familiar backyard
creepy crawlies to most of us. Pillbugs are correctly classified as terrestrial ...
Sowbugs and pillbugs range in size from 1/4 to 1/2 inch long and are dark to
slate gray. Their oval, segmented bodies are convex above but flat or concave ...
Pill bugs get their name from their habit of curling into a ball when they are
disturbed. Some people call them “roly polies” for the same reason. There are pill
A pillbug goes by many names -– roly poly, wood louse, armadillo bug, potato
bug – but whatever you call it, it's a fascinating creature. These ten facts about ...
Learn all about pill bugs, facts about pill bugs. The pill bug is the only crustacean
that can spend its entire life on land.
and indeed the names “pillbug” and “sowbug” are often used in- formally for the
... Of the seven species of pillbugs and sowbugs known in Idaho, four commonly
PALS, Partnership for Arid Lands Stewardship Resource Cards, What about
Pillbugs live just about anywhere there is moisture and dead plants to eat, but
they are most common in forests and other humid habitats. A few live along the ...
Pill bugs Printout. The pill bug (also called the wood louse and the roly-poly bug)
is a small, segmented land creature that can roll into a tiny ball for protection.