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Woodlouse - Wikipedia
A woodlouse (plural woodlice) is a terrestrial isopod crustacean with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and fourteen jointed limbs. Woodlice mostly feed on ... More »

www.softschools.com/facts/animals/woodlouse_facts/1479

Woodlouse is crustacean that is closely related to lobsters and crabs. There are over 3.500 species of woodlice that can be found around the world. Woodlouse ...

www.walthamforest.gov.uk/content/woodlice-fact-sheet

Woodlice may look like insects, but in fact they're crustaceans and are related to crabs and lobsters. It's thought there are about 3,500 species of woodlice in the ...

www.discoverwildlife.com/blog/6-common-rough-woodlouse-facts-you-need-know

Jan 18, 2016 ... Discover 6 fascinating facts about the Buglife January Invertebrate of the Month: Common rough woodlouse.

www.insecthouse.co.uk/facts-for-kids/woodlice-facts

Oct 4, 2012 ... You are here: Home » Facts for kids » Woodlice Facts ... The Common Pygmy Woodlouse, Trichoniscus pusillus, is one of the five most ...

a-z-animals.com/animals/woodlouse

Jan 9, 2017 ... Due to the small size of the woodlouse and despite the fact that the woodlouse can attempt to protect itself by curling up into a ball, the ...

www.arkive.org/common-woodlouse/oniscus-asellus

Learn more about the Common woodlouse - with amazing Common woodlouse videos, photos and facts on Arkive.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Facts+about+Woodlice&v=H2E2KjTYS8w
Jul 17, 2013 ... This video is part of a miniseries on "Cool Facts about Unusual Plants and Animals." In this episode, a woodlouse narrates the movie. Enjoy.

www.porcellio.scaber.org/woodlice/wliceod.htm

This page contains some "interesting" facts about woodlice ... Woodlice seem to have very high resistance to ammonia and are able to excrete it as a gas directly  ...

www.karensgardentips.com/growing-garden-plants/garden-pests-diseases/ten-interesting-facts-about-woodlice-sowbugs-and-pillbugs-and-how-to-control-them

Mar 3, 2016 ... Woodlice can be a pest in the garden when the eat young seedlings. Altough sowbugs and pillbugs look very much alike, those that roll up into ...