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The pill bug is not an insect, it is actually one of the only terrestrial crustaceans.AnswerThe pill bug is not an insect, it is actually one of the only terrestrial crustaceans. AnswerThe pill bug is not an insect, it's just repetitive.
Generally speaking, anywhere pill bugs are normally found. Blue pill bugs are not a different species from ordinary brown ones. Rather, they are simply ordinary pill bugs that are infected with iridiovirus. So, in effect, a blue pill bug is a sick pill bug.
about 1000 in its life time. God is amazing how he designs things!
A pill bug is an isopod with 7 legs on each side so 14 together
A pill bug is a wood louse, they live in forests under the leaves, and in backyards
you usually have to have a low powered microscope or a really good magnify glass.
That choice is your choice. You can release the pill bug, you can keep it and raise its babies, or you can keep yours and release the babies. If you want to keep your pill bug than just raise it like it was a normal pill bug. Do the same with the babies. That is, if you want to keep them. Just relax. It is your own choice any way you go will do.
If you give a pill bug soda it will most likely explode due to all the gas inside of it.
Some people in Mexico (Mexicans) eat pill bugs.
A pill-bug egg usually appears as a yellow, spherical grain on the ventral side (under side) of a female. It appears as though the pill bug got a small yellow grain caught inside it.
to feel the way.
Decayed plant matter
rollie-pollie, pill bug.