I would be nice to think that they have nut.
It certainly would Ladybird.
Hopefully it's given people something to chew over. I don't mean to have a go, goodness knows I've fallen myself for the notion that we can't garden without chemicals now and then. But last year was the last straw for me when I sprinkled some 'wildlife friendly' slug pellets around some young clematis. Our little terrier was off colour for a couple of days after this, it may have been coincidence but I doubt it because I know what he's like.
This may be off topic from woodlice but I made the decision I won't use poison in my garden at all. Just personal choice but based on what I see as the sensible thing to do.
Woodlice are benign, harmless creatures that do infinitely more good than harm and an important part of the ecosystem; it's hard to comprehend why anybody would want to kill them off, just because they MAY cause damage to plants
They are absolutely a nitemare in my garden,destroing about a third of my potatoes.