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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodlouse

A woodlouse (plural woodlice) is a terrestrial isopod crustacean with a rigid, segmented, long ... Woodlice in the genus Armadillidium and in the family Armadillidae can roll up ... such as under rocks and logs, although one species, Hemilepistus reaumuri, inhabits "the driest habitat conquered by any species of crustacean".

schools-wikipedia.org/wp/w/Woodlouse.htm

Woodlice in the genus Armadillidium can roll up into an almost perfect sphere ... Woodlice need moisture because they breathe through gills, called pseudo trachea, and so are usually found in damp, dark places, such as under rocks and logs.

www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_Woodlice_live_under_rocks_and_logs

How do woodlice breathe under rocks and logs? Woodlice can live on a very small amount of oxygen, they are specially adapted to live under rocks and logs.

www.cs.mcgill.ca/~rwest/link-suggestion/wpcd_2008-09_augmented/wp/w/Woodlouse.htm

Woodlice (known by many common names; see below) are crustaceans with a rigid, ... Woodlice in the genus Armadillidium can roll up into an almost perfect ... Woodlice need moisture because they breathe through gills, called pseudo trachea, and so are usually found in damp, dark places, such as under rocks and logs.

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikijunior:Bugs/Woodlouse

Woodlice are known by many names including pill bug, armadillo bug, potato bug, and roly-poly. They are crustaceans ... All wood lice have babies but can sometimes eat them! ... Woodlice need moisture because they breathe through gills. This is why they are often found in damp, dark places, like under rocks and logs.

wwx.inhs.illinois.edu/resources/inhsreports/sum-2000/isopods

Underneath moist logs and decaying leaves live a multitude of creatures, several of which may be terrestrial isopods, commonly known as sowbugs, woodlice, pillbugs, ... Like all members of the crustaceans, they breathe with gills, but these gills ... already dead and decaying in the leaf litter, in crevices, or under rocks, logs, ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/springtime-science-whats-home-sweet-home-to-a-bug

Mar 20, 2014 ... You can often find sow bugs and pill bugs in damp, dark places, like the soil ... Sow bugs and pill bugs breathe with gills, so they need moisture for respiration. ... Sow bugs and pill bugs, both of which are also called wood lice, ... found locally by looking under rocks, garden plants, rotting logs and leaf litter.

www.quora.com/Why-do-woodlice-live-in-dark-places-Where-do-they-go-during-the-day

Woodlice are looking for moist places more than they are looking for dark ... These animals are actually isopod crustaceans and as such they breath throu... ... which is often found under rocks or logs - dark place that are wet.

infinitespider.com/the-secret-life-of-pill-bugs

Nov 10, 2013 ... This is why you find them under leaves, rocks, and logs. ... and closely related to crabs and crayfish, they breathe through gills on the underside of their bodies. ... Pill bugs can roll up to protect themselves but sow bugs can't. ... pill bug, pillbug, roly poly, Woodlouse on November 10, 2013 by Infinite Spider.