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Armadillidiidae

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Armadillidiida is a family of woodlice, a terrestrial crustacean group in the order Isopoda. ... Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Not to be confused with Armadillidae. ...

Pillbugs - Northern State University

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Description. Pillbugs, also known as sowbugs, or woodlice, are familiar backyard creepy crawlies to most of us. Pillbugs are correctly classified as terrestrial ...

Sowbugs and Pillbugs | Entomology

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Sowbugs and pillbugs range in size from 1/4 to 1/2 inch long and are dark to slate gray. Their oval, segmented bodies are convex above but flat or concave ...

Pill Bugs - Orkin

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Pill bugs get their name from their habit of curling into a ball when they are disturbed. Some people call them “roly polies” for the same reason. There are pill  ...

10 Fascinating Facts About Pillbugs - Insects - About.com

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A pillbug goes by many names -– roly poly, wood louse, armadillo bug, potato bug – but whatever you call it, it's a fascinating creature. These ten facts about ...

Pill Bugs - Facts About Pill Bugs - Types of Pill Bugs ...

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Learn all about pill bugs, facts about pill bugs. The pill bug is the only crustacean that can spend its entire life on land.

Homeowner Guide to Pillbugs and Sowbugs - Extension Web Sites

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and indeed the names “pillbug” and “sowbug” are often used in- formally for the ... Of the seven species of pillbugs and sowbugs known in Idaho, four commonly  ...

What about Pillbugs? - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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PALS, Partnership for Arid Lands Stewardship Resource Cards, What about Pillbugs.

BioKids Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species – Pillbugs. - University of ...

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Pillbugs live just about anywhere there is moisture and dead plants to eat, but they are most common in forests and other humid habitats. A few live along the ...

Pill bug Printout- EnchantedLearning.com

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Pill bugs Printout. The pill bug (also called the wood louse and the roly-poly bug) is a small, segmented land creature that can roll into a tiny ball for protection.

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pill bug
NOUN
1.
any of various small terrestrial isopods, especially of the genera Armadillidium and Oniscus, which can roll themselves up into a spherical shape.
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