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Armadillidium vulgare - male

Armadillidium vulgare - Male
Camp Creek Run, Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 8, 2013
Size: Maybe around 15 mm?
Best guess is Armadillidium vulgare
I don't know if the ventral shot shows gender?

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Moved, A.vulgare indeed...
Don't know how to sex isopods, other than individuals that have orange bulging brood sacs on their undersides, which are gravid females.

Moved from Isopods.

 
Quick look
I would say here are some

Males
(ventral specimen)


Females


 
Gender

 
Great information man!
Based on that info yes, this specimen looks like a male! :)

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