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Woodlouse

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A woodlouse (plural woodlice), also known by many common names (see below) , is an isopod ... Most woodlice, however, cannot do this. ... Living in a terrestrial environment, woodlice breathe through...

What Are Woodlice | How Do Woodlice Breathe | DK Find Out

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Improve your knowledge on woodlice with fun facts for kids. Find out what a woodlouse is and how they breathe and learn more from DK Find Out.

Wikijunior:Bugs/Woodlouse - Wikibooks, open books for an open ...

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Woodlice need moisture because they breathe through gills. ... They are not a serious household pest as they do not spread disease and do not damage wood  ...

Woodlice - The-piedpiper.co.uk

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As with the Millipedes and Centipedes, woodlice belong to the Phylum ... what a woodlouse is...but boy!! do they have some colloquial names, these include; ... Many of the species can breathe only if their bodies are covered with a thin film of  ...

QI crustacean facts: did you know that woodlice don't urinate ...

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Sep 23, 2013 ... QI crustacean facts: did you know that woodlice don't urinate? .... They breathe through gills which are attached to the swimming legs on their ...

Woodlouse

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Woodlice need moisture because they breathe through gills, called pseudo ... as they do not spread disease and do not damage wood or structures; however, ...

How do woodlice breathe - Answers.com

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Woodlice Breathe Through Gills Located On There Back.

the weird and wonderful world of woodlice! - UM Personal World ...

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Jun 25, 2003 ... The woodlice is a familiar creature to most people, various species appear ... As crustaceans they do need to remain where there is moisture, ...

Woodlouse - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science

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Jul 30, 2015 ... The woodlouse has 7 pairs of legs, and each leg has a round shape. ... because it has gill-like structures on their underbellies which they breathe through. ... The woodlouse can do minor damage to plants by eating roots and ...

How do woodlice breathe under rocks and logs - Answers.com

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Woodlice can live on a very small amount of oxygen, they are specially adapted to live under rocks and logs. They have very small lungs.

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Woodlice and Psocids - Havering

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Woodlice may look like insects, but in fact they are crustaceans and are related ... land, but their ancestors used to live in water and woodlice still breathe using gills. ... Psocids are common but harmless insect, they do not generally cause any ...

Woodlice in damp conditions - Wild About Britain

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Mar 31, 2008 ... I understand it's to do with their exo-skeleton or how they breathe, but ... As a result, woodlice cannot survive in dry conditions because they will ...

Woodlice Oddities - Free Home Page

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Woodlice do not produce urine. Instead of excreting urine, woodlice excrete their nitrogenous waste in the form of ammonia gas. Most animals find ammonia to ...