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Old 15-02-2013, 11:31 PM
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How many species of Woodlice is there exactly anyone know?

3,637 known species worldwide (From Google search)

Also found some PDF's for people who collect these for reference material

Catalogue of genera of the terrestrial Isopoda (Crustacea: Isopoda: Oniscidea) CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT & ANDREAS LEISTIKOW

World catalogue of terrestrial isopods: (Isopoda: Oniscidea) . .HELMUT SCHMALFUSS

Woodlice of Great Britain and Ireland, Distribution and Habitat


and for those who have native species of woodlice, this may be of some help. . . Walking with woodlice identification key

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OUR WOODLICE (ISOPOD) LIST
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Armadillidium granulatum
Armadillidum macullatum
Armadillidium marmoratum
Armadillidium vulgare
Armadillo officinalis
Helleria brevicornis
Oniscus asellus
Philoscia muscorum
Porcellio scaber
Porcellio scaber 'ORANGE'
Trichoniscus pusillus
Trichorhina tomentosa
Panamanian Brown Tropical Woodlice (unknown species)
American Stripped Woodlice (unknown species)
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What are these woodlice for exactly ?.

I read some ... 'people' use them for T setups.
Are those your intentions or not ?.

Just curious as to what species you'll use them for etc....
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Defo have to look into getting a few cultures heard they are great for tropical species like Psalmos and such...
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Bummer checked dartfrog.co.uk they are all out must look on ebay.....

Edit..ebay have some will order some now an see how they go...
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What are these woodlice for exactly ?.

I read some ... 'people' use them for T setups.
Are those your intentions or not ?.

Just curious as to what species you'll use them for etc....
I'm keeping them in cultures in their own right but if I get too many, some will go in various tanks. I only have one T and they probably won't go in there (too dry) but I'll put them in the others (beetles, millies, roaches etc)
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