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isopod

any crustacean of the order Isopoda, containing the woodlice and pill bugs.

isopod

member of the order Isopoda. Includes water slaters, woodlice. Suborders include Flabellifera (aquatic parasites in marine fish).
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Parasitic isopods of the superfamilies Bopyroidea and Cryptoniscoidea (commonly referred to as epicarideans) are unique in that they use crustaceans as intermediate and definitive hosts.
Parasitic isopods are typically marine, and usually inhibit the warmer seas [23].
New terrestrial isopods of the genus Miktoniscus from eastern United States (Crustacea: Isopoda: Oniscoidea).
Fine structural indications of an osmoregulatory function of the "gills" in terrestrial isopods (Crustacea, Oniscoidea).
Swimming ability and burrowing time of two cirolanid isopods from different levels of exposed sandy beaches.
However, except for a brief, anecdotal statement, there has been no report on the acoustic behavior of aquatic isopods.
2010), it is reported that difference in biomass between treated and non-treated isopods was less significant when fed with 10, 20, 100 and 300 mg abamectin per kg of dry soil.