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Woodlouse sp.

Oniscidea sp.

Description:

This mountain crustacean was scurrying in the gravel when I saw it. I wasn't able to identify the species, but I think it might be an armadillidium vulgare. It was very fast and at first I mistook it for a millipede.

Habitat:

Mountainside at about 1000 mt. above sea level

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1 Comment

loarie
loarie 3 years ago

this isn't a crustcean - its an insect, prob beetle larvae

TAA, Italy

Spotted on Jul 5, 2015
Submitted on Mar 30, 2015

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