Porcellionidae (woodlice; class Malacostraca, order Isopoda) Family of terrestrial isopods, including the cosmopolitan species Porcellio scaber, in which the uniramous first antennae are very small and the flagella of the second antennae are twosegmented. Tracheal lungs are present on the borders of the pleopods.
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