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Common Woodlouse (Porcellio scaber)

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Order: Isopoda
Family: Porcellionidae
Genus: Porcellio
Species: scaber

Profile:

1 positive
No neutrals
No negatives

Regional...

This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:

Ranger, Georgia

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Member Notes:

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Positive greencinelli On Aug 3, 2006, greencinelli from Goulburn, NSW
Australia wrote:

The Common Woodlouse( Slater to us in Australia) is a member of the crustacean family. It chews seedlings, soft plants and young roots. It thrives in damp, dark situations.
It can be controlled by the use of Methiocarb (Baysol(r)) or by spraying Diazinoin over breeding sites.

Timer: 5.69 jiffies (0.056867122650146).


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