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Family:  Porcellionidae

 
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ClassCrustacea OrderCrustacea: Isopoda
FamilyPorcellionidae
     
Rank Taxa
Order «« Crustacea: Isopoda    
Family     Porcellionidae 11 231 3
Nested Taxa
Genus Acaeroplastes    
Genus Agabiformius    
Genus Atlantotrichus    
Genus Caeroplastes    
Genus Leptotrichus    
Genus Lucasius    
Genus Mica    
Genus Porcellio    
Genus Porcellionides    
Genus Proporcellio    
Genus Soteriscus    

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Genus: Leptotrichus
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Genus: Lucasius
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4
Genus: Mica
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1
Genus: Porcellio
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Genus: Porcellionides
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Genus: Proporcellio
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Genus: Soteriscus
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Porcellionides
 
barry

  03.08.2009 11:05:17
13.08.2009 12:45:27    #15054
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Porcellionides
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barry

  08.08.2008 12:57:01
23.08.2008 08:34:42    #9719
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Porcellio scaber
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barry

  22.06.2007 02:55:48
14.11.2007 10:49:47    #1477
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Porcellio scaber
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barry

  22.06.2007 02:55:48
14.11.2007 10:49:47    #1477
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22.06.2007
 29.04.2012 10:37:52   Arp
Not too sure this would be P. scaber - it may well be another Trachelipus, but hard to tell from this single image.

Cheers, Arp
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Porcellionides
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barry

  08.08.2008 12:57:01
23.08.2008 08:34:42    #9719
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 29.04.2012 10:35:43   Arp
Hi, this is a Porcellionides. It doesn't quite look like the P. pruinosus that I know from various parts of Europe and on Crimea there may be some other species that I have never seen. Certainly Porcellionides rectifrons is present, but I think it would be prudent to also take P. approximatus and maybe P. pica or even P. sexfasciatius(?) into account.
At the moment I can't do better than Porcellionides sp. - will have a look what I can find about the other species, but it may take a while.

Cheers, Arp





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