St Nicks

Centre for nature and green living

Tag: Woodlouse

Spotlight on… Woodlice

Woodlice are not the most exciting creatures to be found at St Nicholas Fields, but they are an important part of the reserve’s fauna and appropriately are very good recyclers! It is well-known that around the country woodlice are called by many different and sometimes amusing names like Roly-Poly, Billy-button, Pea Bug, Chisel Bob, Chuckywig, […]

Posted 28 February 2017 | Categories: Spotlight on... | Tags: woodlice, Woodlouse

February 2015: Spotlight on… Creatures found under logs and stones

Ground level at St Nicks reserve offers a sheltered home for many creatures, particularly in the leaf litter or under stones, bricks and decaying logs. Over the past year the Wildwatch group has spent a little time exploring this hidden world, whose inhabitants include worms, slugs, snails, woodlice, centipedes, millipedes, spiders, ground beetles and various […]

Posted 18 February 2015 | Categories: Spotlight on..., Wildwatch | Tags: Centipede, Ground Beetle, millipede, Springtail, Woodlouse