Rough woodlouse

Porcellio scaber

''Porcellio scaber'' , is a species of European woodlouse.
Portrait Woodlouse Camera setup: Canon EOS 5DsR, Canon MP-E 65 lens @ 3 × magnification, Stack Shot automated macro rail. Caruba photo studio. Camera was on hand operation.
ISO 100, f / 4, Exposure 2 sec., custom white balance, white balance filter ExpoDisc 2.0, step size 0.1 mm and 50 intake gestackt with Zerene Stacker (Pmax method) Geotagged,Netherlands,Porcellio scaber,Rough woodlouse,Winter

Appearance

''P. scaber'' can grow up to 20 millimetres long, and is usually a grey colour, paler underneath, although brown, yellow or orange hues may also be observed. It lives in a wide variety of habitats which contain reasonable levels of humidity, but it is less dependent on water than ''Oniscus asellus''.
Rough Woodlouse - Uden, Netherlands At the peak of the hottest summer in 3 centuries, I'm sure this woodlouse (which depends on moist conditions) is holding on to its life. Note how even the moss is dried out, something which I've never seen before in this country. That said, it didn't look particularly troubled or weak. 
https://www.jungledragon.com/image/66691/rough_woodlouse_in_dried_out_moss_-_uden_netherlands.html Europe,Netherlands,Porcellio scaber,Rough woodlouse,Uden,World

Distribution

''Porcellio scaber'' is found across Central and Western Europe. In the United Kingdom, it is one of the "big five" species of woodlouse, where it is probably the most common of all woodlouse species. It has also colonised North America, South Africa and other areas, largely through human activity. It is also the most common species of woodlouse found in Australian gardens.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassMalacostraca
OrderIsopoda
FamilyPorcellionidae
GenusPorcellio
Species