Name: Common Pill Woodlouse (Armadillidium vulgare)
Other names: Pillbug, roly-poly, potato bug, doodle bug
Description: A widespread European species of woodlouse. It is the most extensively investigated terrestrial isopod species.
Size: 18 millimetres (0.71 in)
Habitat: Humid places under stones, bricks, or logs.
Reproduction: The eggs are carried in a marsupium (brood pouch) on the ventral (underside) surface of the female and can reach a diameter of 0.7 mm. Eggs hatch after three to four weeks. Females may produce one to three broods every year and each brood is composed of 100 to 200 eggs.
Dymadex's blogs on bugs, including insects and arachnids. Insects are hexapod invertebrates like ants, beetles, bees, and flies. Arachnids are joint-legged invertebrates like spiders, scorpions, ticks, and harvestmen. Other organisms in this blog include centipede, millipede, and worms.
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