What is an isopod?



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    Isopods are species of the superorder Peracarida and contains amphipods, tanaids, and other similar species. In short, they exist in both aquatic and terrestrial environments with around 10,000 different species. A recognizable example of isopods are pillbugs and sowbugs, such as the “rolly-poly”. Isopod physiology is characterized mainly by three subdivisions on an isopod’s body. This includes the head, thorax, and abdomen. Isopod’s are herbivores, scavengers, and carnivores as well.

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