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Porcellio scaber << woodlouse ID
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Posted on 22-11-2020 14:16

Location: Poznan, Poland
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A woodlouse spotted in the garden. Is it possible to tell from the pictures what species is it? September 2020, NW Poland.
BartNap attached the following image:

Edited by BartNap on 23-11-2020 13:39
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Posted on 22-11-2020 14:18

Location: western Bohemia
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Probabl Porcellio scaber. Remeber, please, tha ID of woodlices is better with two pics: tail of the animal (as yours) and head.
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Posted on 23-11-2020 13:38

Location: Poznan, Poland
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Awesome Libor, thank you, I'll bear in mind in the future. However, a picture taken weeks ago I am going to post here soon, is more 'aerial' Smile
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