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THE WOODLOUSE: A TERRESTRIAL CRUSTACEAN


tHE WOODLOUSE: A TERRESTRIAL CRUSTACEAN

form the suborder. It is usually found in damp, dark places, such as under rocks and logs. "You say potato bug, I say roly-poly, you say" ( PDF ). Danish, assel, Landassel, german bicho bolita, bicho de letter to Public Officials - Needing a Job bola, cochinilla de humedad, chanchito de tierra, marranito. Retrieved 16 February 2018. The Colorado beetle, a terrestrial crustacean that is a member of the suborder Oniscidea. Clarification needed Ecology Environmental extremes Living in a terrestrial environment clarification needed, woodlice breathe through trachea -like lungs in their paddle-shaped hind legs (pleopods called pleopodal lungs. Dictionary of Newfoundland English.

Pill millipedes also have thirteen body segments, whereas the woodlouse has eleven. 2, woodlice in the genus, armadillidium and in the family, armadillidae can roll up into an almost perfect sphere as a defensive mechanism, hence some of the common names such as pill bug, or roly-poly. A female woodlouse will keep fertilised eggs in a marsupium on the underside of her body until they hatch into small, white offspring. 33 Woodlice can also invade homes en masse in search of moisture and their presence can indicate dampness problems. 31 As pests Although woodlice, like earthworms, are generally considered beneficial in gardens for their role in controlling pests, 32 producing compost and overturning the soil, they have also been known to feed on cultivated plants, such as ripening strawberries and tender seedlings. Woodlice form the suborder Oniscidea within the order Isopoda, with over 3,000 known species. Woodlice form the suborder Oniscidea within the order Isopoda with over 5,000 known species. Woodlice are eaten by a wide range of insectivores, and some animals are known to prey exclusively on woodlice, for example, spiders of the genus Dysdera, such as the woodlouse spider Dysdera crocata, 22 and land planarians of the genus Luteostriata, such as Luteostriata abundans.

External links Media related to Oniscidea at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Oniscidea at Wikispecies Further reading. "Common Woodlouse, Sow Bug, Pillbug". Retrieved September 30, 2006. Woodlice are not generally regarded as a serious household pest as they do not spread disease and do not damage wood or structures; however, their presence can indicate dampness problems. Pill millipedes have twelve to thirteen body segments and about eighteen pairs of legs, whereas woodlice have eleven segments and only seven pairs of legs.

Retrieved February 13, 2009. Black-and-yellow beetle that feeds in adult and larval stages on potato leaves; originally of eastern Rocky Mountains; now worldwide. North American Insects and Spiders. UC Davis News Service. "Humble Roly-Poly Bug Thwarts Stink Bugs in Farms, Gardens". "The many names of the woodlouse".


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