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Woodlice

Stephen L. Sutton

Woodlice

by Stephen L. Sutton

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, Eng, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Wood lice (Crustaceans),
    • Wood lice (Crustaceans) -- Great Britain -- Identification.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Stephen Sutton, key written in collaboration with Paul Harding, David Burn.
      GenreIdentification.
      SeriesInvertebrate types
      ContributionsHarding, Paul T., joint author., Burn, David, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL444.M34 S97 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p., [8] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4093859M
      ISBN 100080259421
      LC Control Number80004268

      Background information. Porcellio scaber is probably the most common woodlouse in New Zealand. Although it is a native of Europe it must have arrived in this country along with the first european settlers. Woodlice are often found in the upper layers of compost heaps, under rotting planks or logs, under sacks or stones and in other dark, damp.   Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The British Woodlice by Charles Sillem and Wilfred Mark Webb - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg.

      The speed of three woodlice was obtained by taking two rulers to measure the distance and then assorted utensils for simulating predation and to mimic a predator was simulated and the timer was set from the time all the three woodlice started moving until they all reach the end of the two rulers and then recorded in seconds. The most common booklouse (Liposcelis spp.) is a small, grayish, soft-bodied insect with chewing mouthparts and long antennae. It has a very flat shape superficially resembling the shape of head lice. The common house-dwelling booklouse is wingless or its wings are reduced to small scale-like, non-functional wings.

      Most woodlice have a pair of small tails called uropods. These are used to produce chemicals as a defense against predators and to soak up water. Common woodlouse. The common woodlouse is one of the biggest woodlice in Europe. Like other woodlice, it thrives in damp, dark environments. It feeds on dead plants and rotting animals. Curling up. Most woodlice have a pair of small tails called uropods. These are used to produce chemicals as a defence against predators and to soak up water. Common woodlouse. The common woodlouse is one of the biggest woodlice in Europe. Like other woodlice, it thrives in damp, dark environments. It feeds on dead plants and rotting animals. Curling up.


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Woodlice are one of the few land-living groups of the class Crustacea. In order to live in such a harsh environment, they have evolved many structural and behavioural mechanisms to conserve water. This book covers not only the morphology and physiology of woodlice but also the behaviour, genetics and population ecology.

The parasites and predators, and distribution 5/5(1). Woodlice are one of the few land-living Woodlice book of the class Crustacea. In order to live in such a harsh environment, they have evolved many structural and behavioural mechanisms to conserve water. This book covers not only the morphology and physiology of woodlice but also the behaviour, genetics and population ecology.

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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in. Woodlice are one of the few land-living groups of the class Crustacea. In order to live in such a harsh environment, they have evolved many structural and behavioural mechanisms to conserve water.

This book covers not only the morphology and physiology of woodlice but also the behaviour, genetics and population Edition: 1. Woodlice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. Archie and Pam are two very special woodlice who live at the bottom of the garden under a flower pot.

This is the story of their adventures through the garden,meeting lots of friends and very nearly a watery end. ISBN 0 4 2 £ Reprinted without alteration from Woodlice, Description:[8] pages illustrations (some color), facsimiles, color maps 22 cm + key ( pages).

Series Title: Invertebrate types: Other Titles: Key to British woodlice. Responsibility: [by] Stephen Sutton. Key written in collaboration with Paul Harding, David Burn. Get this from a library. Woodlice. [Siân Smith] -- Simple text and photographs introduce the physical characteristics and behaviour of woodlice.

Suggested level: junior. The Woodlice - The beauty of one sister. after Marina Wilson Consider the hands that write this letter. The left palm pressed flat against the paper, as it has done before, over my heart, in peace or reverence to the sea or some beautiful thing I saw once, felt once: snow falling like rice flung from the giants' wedding, or the strangest birds.

& consider, then, the right hand, & how it is a. woodlice is even in danger of attack by its own kind, occasionally during the moulting period.

During this moult the woodlice’s body is very soft and vulnerable and, especially in cultures, other woodlice will eat them. Body Structure. As with all Arthropoda, the woodlouse is a segmented animal with a rigid exoskeleton and jointed limbs.

TheFile Size: KB. Richard Stouthamer, in Encyclopedia of Insects (Second Edition), Feminizing Wolbachia. In many woodlice species (pill bugs: Crustacea, Isopoda), a Wolbachia causes infected genetic males to develop into functional females. The feminizing Wolbachia accomplishes this through the infection of the male-hormone-producing gland.

Without this hormone, genetic males develop. Woodlice and Pillbugs tend to be more prevalent in the autumn, winter and spring.

Due to dry conditions woodlice are much less of a problem in summer can choose which products suit your particular problem or call us for is some information and advice about dealing with a Woodlouse infestation. The twenty-five engraved illustrations of adult woodlice shown in Plates I to XXV at the end of the book have been prepared with thumbnails which preserve the same scale as the original book.

Clicking on one of these thumbnail images, or on most other figures in the text, will display a larger image to the same scale.

Woodlice - Biology bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style powered by CSL. Popular AMA APA (6th edition) These are the sources and citations used to research Woodlice. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Thursday, April 6.

Invertebrate Types: Woodlice by etc. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Woodlice Invertebrate Types by Sutton, Stephen L - AbeBooks. If you find them in the garden, please don't kill them. Woodlice are harmless to humans and they are a food source for other animals.

The bodies of pill-bugs provide a good source of calcium for some spiders, birds and frogs. Woodlouse in the Garden. Woodlice Look Like Tiny Armadillos. The scientific or Latin name for a woodlouse is.

Guest book: Habitat and Behaviour Habitat. In Christchurch, New Zealand, these woodlice are found in cool, humid damp conditions. They are most easily found in spring and autumn. The most common site around the home is on compost heaps or under shelter such as bark and boards left in shaded, moist conditions.

They may also be found in deep. Woodlice are known by many names including pill bug, armadillo bug, potato bug, and roly-poly. They are crustaceans like crabs, or shrimp, but they live on land.

There are more than known species. Woodlice are amazing and often much maligned little animals that are well worth a second look. There are species of Woodlice in the world about 35 or 1% of these live in the UK.

Though many of these are small and difficult to find, there are few larger species that are regularly found around buildings, see key below. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Woodlice by S. Sutton (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!

Free shipping for many products!Published reprint of Key from author's book 'Woodlice' published the same year. Paginated7 colour plates plus coloured map, card covers as issued. A fine copy. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Bug Books-Woodlouse.

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