What are woodlice predators?
toads, spiders and shrews are predators of the woodlice.
Woodlice Spiders Are one Of Their Many Predators.
because they can be disguised from predators
Not likely. Woodlice have many predators and so form the basis of a diet of many different animals.
Woodlice have flattened bodies to help them crawl through cracks and narrow spaces, such as those seen in rotting logs and underneath bark. They also have comparatively strong exoskeletons to protect them from predators.
Invertebrates live under rocks as to avoid being eaten by predators like birds and mice.
No; woodlice are almost exclusively herbivorous, and not cannibalistic. However, woodlice are decomposers and do eat decaying or rotting matter such as rotting leaves and even other dead woodlice. I have a woodlice culture and I have observed woodlice eat other dead woodlice.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of 'woodlice'. The standard collective nouns for 'lice' can be used: a colony of woodlice an infestation of woodlice a flock of woodlice
Woodlice have innate behavior, meaning its unintelligent behavior. They run around until they happen to find dark/damp places that suit them, it's called kinesis. It helps them survive by getting out of conditions where they can easily be at risk from predators. this is a purely physiological response- they don't actively seek damp, dark places.
Gray! But there is a type of woodlice called the pink woodlouse so they are pink! But woodlice are gray! :-)
if you will kill the woodlice it will die......................
woodlice have antenas because
woodlice sleep at night
No; woodlice are crustaceans, which are invertebrates.
It a woovle of woodlice.
yes, woodlice do have gills
woodlice are invertebrates
why are woodlice usefull
Because they're woodlice
a woodlice has 16 legs
No. A woodlouse (plural: woodlice) is an arthropod.
Yes, you can eat woodlice. Disgusting, huh?
Woodlice is already plural. The singular is woodlouse.
no,a dog cannot eat woodlice.
yes they do, they include snails, slugs and worms, hedgehogs, toads, frogs, newts and lizards. Little owls and foxes are also known to include them in their diets. Other creatures that share the woodlouse's habitat will also prey on them, none more so than Dysdera crocata, the main woodlouse eating spider (another spider in this genus also exists and also eats woodlice).
If we're thinking of the same woodlice, then no.
woodlice show a negatively phototaxtic
I think woodlice are negatively phototaxic
There are over 2,000 different species of woodlice
Woodlice Breathe Through Gills Located On There Back
Woodlice can survive many minutes underwater.
you would normally found woodlice in a toilet
woodlice can be stuck on some parts of the environment like wood for example and can spread when the wood is touching something else it is not always stuck on wood sometimes in can be stuck on other objects in the environment when it can get to it.If woodlice cant get to any other object it will stick to the same object a couple of moths or years if the woodlice wanted to and woodlice… Read More
Woodlice eat wood, bark and leaves.
Yes, woodlice do eat decaying leaves.
woodlice like yellow, rotten plants and vegetables and fungi
Woodlice are animals that lay back and smoke weed. Period.
Woodlice are cold blooded crustaceans.
they look like tiny little white things well they look like tiny little white woodlice and once i had a woodlouse on my hand and things that looked like tiny little woodlice that were white came off or out of the woodlouse so i assume they were baby woodlice and i think that woodlice carry there babys on there belly (or tummy)
Woodlice are negatively phototaxis as they move away from light.
Woodlice are not insects because they are crustaceans just like pill bugs.
Yes. There is a spider that feeds exclusively on woodlice. Called the Woodlouse spider.
a woodlice can live up to 4 years if it avoids getting eaten.
Woodlice adapt to there conditions by camoflaging in with wood and bark and with there hard outer shell.
A colony consist of up to 20~40 woodlice.
Baby woodlice are not pink. They are actually white tiddly things with 12 legs; when they get older, they grow 14 legs and change color. Baby woodlice are never pink.
Woodlice tend to thrive in dark, damp conditions. Therefore, high humidity and dark conditions are the best places for them to grow. Light-filled, dry conditions are not woodlice-friendly, and therefore the best conditions to keep, if one is trying to avoid the infestation of woodlice.
baby woodlice eat soft wood rotton plants or fruit and leaves
There is a yellow bulge on the underside of the female this does not apere on the male.
Woodlice and fungi have very little in common, beyond both being living organisms. Woodlice are part of the Animal Kingdom while fungi make up the Fungal Kingdom.
Woodlice are not dangerous to rabbits, but if a rabbit's hutch is infested with woodlice, that is not a good thing because it means it's not very clean or comfortable. Rabbits should have a clean habitat that's basically free of bugs, although one or two woodlice crawling through will not cause any harm.