A woodlouse (plural woodlice) is a crustacean from the monophyletic suborder Oniscidea ... Comparison of the pill bug Armadillidium vulgare (left) and the pill millipede Glomeris ... Evolutionary ancient species are amphibious, such as the marine-intertidal sea slater (Ligia oceanica), which belongs to family Ligiidae.
Have you ever lifted a pot plant or scraped back some mulch and found some curious little 'Roley Poley' bugs underneath? These are slaters, also known as ...
Slaters (also known as Pillbugs or Woodlice) normally live in the garden. They are beneficial insects helping with the re-cycling of dead plant material.
Slaters. Well, this is confusing. Should we put slaters into the good bug or the bad bug section? They can be both! In the end we put them in with the Bad Bugs ...
Slaters, also known as woodlice, are multi-legged, multi-segmented bugs that scavenge on decomposing plant material around the garden.
Dec 5, 2009 ... SERIES 20 Episode 45. Slaters are a multi-legged, land-living crustacean found all over Australia. They are known as Wood Lice, Pill Bugs and ...
Nov 10, 2018 ... Slaters is another local name (Australian) for woodlice and pill-bugs. Using salt to deter roly-polys is an old folk remedy for infestations.
Order: Isopoda Family: Porcellionidae. Size range. Up to 17 mm long. Distribution . Introduced from Europe. Widespread in backyards in New Zealand ...