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.
if you will kill the woodlice it will die......................
woodlice sleep at night
No; woodlice are crustaceans, which are invertebrates.
yes, woodlice do have gills
woodlice are invertebrates
woodlice have antenas because
why are woodlice usefull
a woodlice has 16 legs
No. A woodlouse (plural: woodlice) is an arthropod.
Because they're woodlice
maggots are but woodlice are not decomposers
Gray! But there is a type of woodlice called the pink woodlouse so they are pink! But woodlice are gray! :-)
toads, spiders and shrews are predators of the woodlice.
Yes, you can eat woodlice. Disgusting, huh?
Woodlice Spiders Are one Of Their Many Predators.
no,a dog cannot eat woodlice.
Woodlice is already plural. The singular is woodlouse.
If we're thinking of the same woodlice, then no.
I think woodlice are negatively phototaxic
woodlice show a negatively phototaxtic
There are over 2,000 different species of woodlice
Woodlice can survive many minutes underwater.
Woodlice Breathe Through Gills Located On There Back