- n. Plural form of woodlouse.
“Shiny, striped and pygmy woodlice slunk into crevices while a dozen pallid pot worms squirmed placidly in the damper areas; one of their larger relatives – a grey earthworm – lay listless but alive on the black soil.”
“Touching wet ground softens the skin, and this allows it to be penetrated by beasties such as woodlice.”
“• Pill Bugs, or woodlice, or roly-polies, are weirder than you think: they are actually crustaceans, related more closely to lobsters and shrimp and so on than to insects or spiders.”
“I don't respect the idea that we may have lived before as goats, and could live again as woodlice.”
“I don't respect the idea that we may have lived before as goats, and could live again as woodlice ....”
“And evolution isn't a "theory," it's a fact: "The first visible mobile residents on dry land were probably like modern woodlice.”
“See the little woodlice run, oh what jolly, jolly fun!”
“An action such as turning over dead leaves (trial) turns out to yield beetle larvae and woodlice hiding under the leaves (reward).”
“As every woodlander knows, dead wood is bulky but light: it makes good kindling and can be useful for the rapid heat burst you need in a bread oven, but has already been half consumed by fungi, bacteria, woodlice and insects.”
Looking for tweets for woodlice.