Traducción de wood louse en Español:

wood louse

cochinilla, n.

Pronunciación /ˈwʊdlaʊs//wʊd laʊs/


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    cochinilla femenino
    chanchito masculino Andes Cono Sur coloquial
    • Snack times are juicy snails and slugs, with woodlice for dessert.
    • Ángel's spherical chemical tank, borescope and high-powered binoculars resemble the equipment of a frontier explorer rather a woodlice exterminator.
    • They liked the design of the packets, the creepy-crawly shapes of the sweets - which include snails, beetles and woodlice - the fruity taste and, most of all, the red syrupy centre.
    • What is happening here is that the spiders are weaving webs and the woodlice are being trapped.
    • Having never seen a woodlouse before, it terrified her.
    • But Mr Frayne complains that ill-fitting windows, a wobbly wall and kitchen units infested with woodlice have made their lives a misery.
    • In 1890, Dubois confirmed that blinded salamanders displayed an aversion to shorter wavelengths of light, and. in 1895, Finsen extended the results to frogs, earthworms, woodlice, beetles and flies.
    • Old boxes, rotting leaves and abandoned flowerpots are a breeding-ground for slugs and woodlice.
    • The timber buildings suffered from woodworm and supplied an ideal location for woodlice, spiders and wasps.
    • Another group of children searched the marsh grasses for millipedes, ground beetles and woodlice.
    • Because of my work, people are more aware and they know why there's woodlice in old furniture and that spiders aren't going to harm them.
    • These tireless toilers of the soil include such creatures as the earthworms, woodlice and millipedes.
    • Mind you on the plus side the Turkish geckoes were back and joined by a tiny scorpion and a horde of woodlice.
    • I also dreamt about a spider that metamorphosized into a rat, and then changed into a woodlouse!
    • ‘When you dig into it and see what's in there, the worms and woodlice and other creatures, it is really quite satisfying,’ he says.
    • Shaped vaguely like a woodlouse, these triungulinids, as they are called, are very active little fellows.
    • Children will be able to get answers to all their burning bug questions, like whether a woodlouse eats wood, whether a centipede really has one hundred legs and how a pond skater skates.
    • The main detritivore taxa were woodlice, millipedes, insects, and gastropods.
    • I'd love to make wildlife documentary about woodlice living in your house; Daddy Longlegs must seem gigantic, if you're a woodlouse.
    • I can't think of a green remedy for woodlice, but as far as the snails are concerned, scattering slug pellets on the ground (inside the greenhouse so birds won't be affected) should help a bit.