Ligia oceanica

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Ligia oceanica, the sea slater, common sea slater or sea roach, is a littoral woodlouse.wikipedia
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Woodlouse

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Ligia oceanica, the sea slater, common sea slater or sea roach, is a littoral woodlouse.
Evolutionary ancient species are amphibious, such as the marine-intertidal sea slater (Ligia oceanica), which belongs to family Ligiidae.

Littoral zone

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Ligia oceanica, the sea slater, common sea slater or sea roach, is a littoral woodlouse.

Oniscidae

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L. oceanica is oval, twice as long as broad and may reach up to 30 mm in length, making it one of the largest oniscid isopods.

Grey

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Its colour may vary from grey to olive-green, and it has large compound eyes and long antennae, ⅔ as long as its body.

Olive (color)

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Its colour may vary from grey to olive-green, and it has large compound eyes and long antennae, ⅔ as long as its body.

Compound eye

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Its colour may vary from grey to olive-green, and it has large compound eyes and long antennae, ⅔ as long as its body.

Antenna (biology)

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Its colour may vary from grey to olive-green, and it has large compound eyes and long antennae, ⅔ as long as its body.

Temperate climate

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L. oceanica is found in temperate waters from Norway to the Mediterranean Sea, and from Cape Cod north to Maine.

Norway

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L. oceanica is found in temperate waters from Norway to the Mediterranean Sea, and from Cape Cod north to Maine.

Mediterranean Sea

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L. oceanica is found in temperate waters from Norway to the Mediterranean Sea, and from Cape Cod north to Maine.

Cape Cod

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L. oceanica is found in temperate waters from Norway to the Mediterranean Sea, and from Cape Cod north to Maine.

Maine

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L. oceanica is found in temperate waters from Norway to the Mediterranean Sea, and from Cape Cod north to Maine.

Nocturnality

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

Omnivore

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

Seaweed

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

Diatom

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

Debris

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

Fucus vesiculosus

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It is a nocturnal omnivore, eating many kinds of seaweed, diatoms and debris, with a particular fondness for bladder wrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

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Malacostraca

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