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Posted By: D4rknezz, 04-12-2010, 08:33 PM



I dont even know what this is. And i tried to take a bunch of picture of it on the table, but it kept moving around....the best shot turned out to be the one when i let it go back to its home. Oh well


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Yikes..pretty scary looking
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Yikes..pretty scary looking
Yay! my job here is done.
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"woodlouse" or "pill bug" it's actually a shrimp like creature that left the oceans millions of years ago and hasn't changed since then.

nice detail on the critter and the cavern he's exploring - need a tiny car or something to throw everyone off on the scale of the pic

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Yes we call them Slater Bugs over here, commonly found in most gardens in damp areas.
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We call them sow bugs or wood lice.

They seem to be harmless, friendly little creatures.

They are sort of armadillos of the bug world. They curl up too.

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Nice photo, I posted some of a similar species some weeks ago. Well done, they are not that easy to catch: moving around all the time, like you said! This photo is very nice, also because it depicts the species in his natural habitat.
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The small world is just waiting to for us to catch it - trouble is that its always on the move. You did well with an active subject!

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Thanks !

I saw that pic Rense , its very nice!! I couldnt get mine to roll, and finally let it go >_< haha.
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That looks like a really tough looking bug and you captured it very well. A little color would have been nice instead of dirt but you can't have everything.
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Rolly Pollys!

These are seriously my favorite bugs, when I was little I would collect a bunch of them in containers and make a little enviroment for them. This is such a neat photo!
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gross...good pic...but gross bug
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