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Common Name: Common Rough Woodlouse
Chinese Name: Shu Fu Fen 鼠妇粉
Latin Name: Porcellio Scaber
Other Name: Simply Rough Woodlouse, Armadillidium Vulgare, 伊威，蟠，鼠负，负蟠，蛜蜮
Origin: Hebei, Jiangsu, Shandong, Zhejiang Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Porcellio scaber (otherwise known as the common rough woodlouse or simply rough woodlouse), is a species of European woodlouse. It is not to be confused with Armadillidium spp., which are able to curl into a ball to defend themselves. P. scaber can grow up to 20 mm long, and is usually a grey colour, paler underneath, although brown, blue, yellow, or pinkish hues may also be observed (like many other woodlice, a red variety can often be found in coastal areas). It lives in a wide variety of habitats which contain reasonable to high levels of humidity, but it is less dependent on water than Oniscus asellus.
P. scaber loses water by diffusion through its permeable exoskeleton. Because of this, to avoid desiccation, it often seeks out environments with humid air and plenty of ground moisture, preferably cold to minimize rate of water loss, and dark to avoid detection by predators. P. scaber often is found in conditions such as ones under plant pots or bricks in gardens, because they provide shelter and a nearby source of food.
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