Did you perchance mean woodlots?
“Other names have evolved more colloquially and imaginatively: the Armadillidium is also variously known as a woodlouse, gramfy-gravy, pill bug, roly-poly, monkey pea or cheesy bug.”
“Sadly, I've always believed that actions speak several billion times louder than words - which is why my ego tends more towards the 'woodlouse' end of the spectrum.”
“Maybe the idea is for the writer to let us to know that she lives at a similar pitch of intensity to Sylvia Plath and, by implication, that her life is so much more interesting and fulfilled than our dreary little woodlouse-like meanderings.”
“A mentally retarded woodlouse would have a job to make a worse mess than GB.”
“The resemblance to a woodlouse is superficial – convergent.”
“Yet one is a modified woodlouse, while the other is a modified modified in the same direction millipede.”
“That is the name of one kind of ‘pill bug’, which is a crustacean, a woodlouse, related to shrimps but living on land – where it betrays its recent aquatic ancestry by breathing with gills, which have to be kept moist.”
“The pill millipede has two pairs of legs on most segments, the pill woodlouse only one.”
“If I went on what they actually did, I'd have the ego of a woodlouse.”
“Again, more remote, but still very definite, resemblances unite the lobster with the woodlouse, the king crab, the water flea, and the barnacle, and separate them from all other animals; whence they collectively constitute the larger group, or class, ‘Crustacea’.”
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