sowbugs

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Sowbugs are a broad group of crawling pests in the same family as rollie pollies or pill bugs. They are decomposers, meaning they primarily eat dead plant or animal matter, and this makes them essential for keeping the wildness clean. However, sowbugs can also eat living plants, which can make them an annoyance to the plants in your home or garden. They are also at times called woodlice, though this is just one their many familiar names, and are not related to lice at all. Sowbugs are crustaceans, just like crabs, crayfish, and barnacles. They belong to the only group of crustaceans that live on land, shared with pill bugs. Although they live on land, they require plenty of moisture to survive and will avoid dry places. You probably have seen sowbugs in your Atlanta, especially during the summer and wet seasons.

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