Habitat

Found in diverse environments, being very adaptive. Mostly found in areas containing many cracks and crevices such as diverse regions of rocky areas, forests, and buildings; also found in relatively open areas such as grasslands and sand dunes. Often found in close association with humans, being commonly found indoors; often found in damp, cool areas around dead vegetation, boards, rocks, and fallen logs; often found climbing trees and walls, and are common in house attics. During the day, it usually hides under loose rocks, bark, and leaves.

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