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Although they may nibble a few seedlings, they are not at all destructive to garden plants and perform the essential function of eating decaying or dead plant matter, and also (usefully if you have a dog!) animal dung." Read More Related Articles These can be around windows, especially if the frame is made of old wood or is a bit damp." Where do they fall in the food chain? In turn, they are eaten by many other species including common toads, common shrews, ground beetles, harvestmen and by some spiders", James said.
The Common Woodlouse feeds on dead and decaying matter and is an important nutrient-recycler in the various habitats it lives in. Read More Related Articles
Minibeasts, like woodlice, can be encouraged into the garden by the provision of logs, stone piles and compost heaps for them to hide, feed and breed in. Read More Related Articles
Many commonly overlooked insects are actually important nutrient-recyclers in the habitats they live in. If you have woodlice in your house, move them to a shaded spot in the garden and fill in any holes they might have used to get into the house.
Woodlice are arthropods. Their bodies are divided into segments and their legs have several joints. James explained: "As the weather gets warmer and drier, woodlice look for damp places to hide out of the sun and can end up in your house. There are about 30 species of woodlice in Britain, which range from pink to brown to grey in colour.