Pill bugs nickname is Roly Poly because they roll up into a ball to protect themselves.
i don't know, maybe.
Roly poly bugs do not eat ants. These insects enjoy eating dead or rotting plants. Roly poly bugs can eat the roots of live plants. However, since these organisms are harder for them to chew and digest they can be seen eating the leaves and other foliage that has fallen off of these plants.
Birds eat them and other bugs. In many countries people eat bugs. There would be no harm in eating them.
roly-polys eat rotting bark and wood.
they eat dead grass or decaying plants and animals and sometimes can eat living plants but there really hard for them to chew.
Roly pollies mostly live underneath bricks, flower pots, leaves, mulch, and rocks. They like moist, damp areas and eat decaying vegetation.
flowers they live on dirt and mulch
Yes, and it would be normally. ' The question's category by-line suggests "roly-poly" is an American colloquialism for the woodlouse, in which case, a sentence like, "There is a roly-poly ambling across the floor". ' In the UK, roly-poly is a somewhat archaic adjective for being overweight as a person or animal, and also the name of a pudding. So, perhaps, "You'll end up roly-poly if you eat too much roly-poly pudding!"
Birds of all varieties and other small animals eat roly-polies.
Yes, wood bugs eat plants. The crustaceans in question also may be called isopods, pill bugs, or roly-poly bugs. They prey upon dead and decaying animals and plants as well as upon living plants.
Roly poly bugs or pill bugs are actually crustaceans that like to eat moss and fungus. They donâ??t really do much except else except annoy gardeners.