A woodlouse (plural woodlice), also known by many common names (see below)
, is an ... They live in very similar habitats, and they can both roll up into a ball.
Woodlice, also known as slaters and pillbugs, are terrestrial crustaceans. ...
Habitat preference. Woodlice need damp dark places to hide in during the day.
The woodlouse is the only species of crustacean to inhabit inland and not watery
habitats. There are thought to be over 3,000 different species of woodlouse ...
Habitat and behaviour of the woodlouse, Porcellio scaber.
www.nuffieldfoundation.org/sites/default/files/files/Woodlice habitats - merged PDF.pdf
Woodlice habitats – Student sheet. Nuffield Practical Work for Learning:
Argumentation • Woodlice habitats • Student sheet page 1 of 5. © Nuffield
Students make observations about the places where woodlice are usually found
and use this evidence to evaluate various claims about woodlouse behaviour.
Photographs and information from ARKive including description, range, habitat,
biology, threats and conservation.
Jan 21, 2008 ... Species of woodlice differ as regards rates of transpiration and survival in dry air.
They may be considered as physical bodies so far as the ...
Woodlice are quite harmless and in fact beneficial in their proper habitat by
promoting the breakdown of dead vegetation and organic matter in the soil.
www.walthamforest.gov.uk/Documents/Woodlice fact sheet.pdf
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