Woodlice in General in NZ
One of the main species of woodlice found in New Zealand is "Porcellio scaber". This species must have arrived here along with the European settlers during the colonization.
Woodlice are mainly found in damp dark areas for example under rotting wood, in compost heaps and under rocks. All woodlice consist of 3 sections which are fused together. They also have seven pairs of legs. Woodlice have evolved from the aquatic crustaceans. They belong to the subphylum Crustacea. All woodlice breathe through very primitive lungs.
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