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Porcellio scaber w. manca just leaving the marsupium  Manca,Marsupium,Oniscidea,Porcellio,Porcellio scaber,Porcellionidae,Rough woodlouse Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Porcellio scaber w. manca just leaving the marsupium

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  1. Wow, so awesome! Posted one year ago
    1. Obviously provoked by the stress of me picking mom up between my fingers to have a closer look, but also obviously ready to wander of into the wide world and go its own way ... No animals were harmed for this etc etc ... ;o) Posted one year ago
      1. It must have been a cool process to observe. Posted one year ago
        1. Yup, three or four of 'em crawled out and walked right onto my hand. This must have been the last of that bunch, taking its time before I had my camera ready :o) Posted one year ago
          1. They are so tiny. I wonder what percentage survive to adulthood. Posted one year ago
            1. Not too many I would guess, or the world would be covered in woodlice :D Posted one year ago
              1. Haha, good point! Posted one year ago

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''Porcellio scaber'' , is a species of European woodlouse.

Similar species: Brood Pouch Crustaceans
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded Jun 13, 2019.