Traducción de millipede en Español:


milpiés, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɪləˌpid//ˈmɪlɪpiːd/


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    milpiés masculino
    • In fact, when the ground is still warm from the fires, ants, wood beetles, millipedes, and centipedes are busy.
    • In areas where acid rain is most severe, the supplementary calcium-rich foods that female songbirds depend on - snail shells, isopods such as pill bugs, millipedes, and earthworms - may be in short supply.
    • They are predators on spiders, mites, millipedes, and other insects.
    • Some arthropods, like the centipedes, millipedes, and insects, have legs with a single branch (uniramous appendages).
    • Pulmonate snails, millipedes, scorpions, spiders and mites were certainly present, but are not known from fossils.
    • The rubbish also attracted beetles, flies, centipedes and millipedes.
    • Insects mined and bored every bit of wood and leaf, while centipedes and millipedes crawled all over.
    • These tireless toilers of the soil include such creatures as the earthworms, woodlice and millipedes.
    • Plant material accumulated on the pond bottom, creating anoxic conditions that favored the preservation of terrestrial arthropods such as the millipedes and arachnids.
    • Thousands of legs, like a giant millipede crawling across the floodplain, kick up puffs of blush-colored dust.
    • The arthropodes, like centipedes, beetles, millipedes and worms, bring in the finishing touches to complete the composting.
    • The large collection includes earthworms, slugs, snails, beetles, earwigs, ants, moths, crickets, spiders, millipedes and centipedes.
    • I received a sample of millipedes and crane fly larvae from a seedling corn field.
    • Terrestrial animal life was limited to unwinged insects like millipedes and scorpions.
    • They include such things as spiders, leeches, millipedes, pill bugs, flatworms, mites, beetles, and water dwellers such as water scorpions and nematode worms.