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The Distribution At Breeding Time of the Sexes of the Woodlouse, Armadillidium v uLgare (Latreille, 1802 ) (Isopoda)

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Chez l'isopode terrestre Armadillidium vulgare (Latr.) de grandes différences dans les proportions des sexes ont été trouvées en ce qui concerne les différents micro-habitats à l'époque où les femelles portaient des marsupiums (juin et juillet). Le pourcentage des femelles était en corrélation avec le pourcentage des femelles enceintes. Il est suggéré que les femelles enceintes préfèrent un micro-habitat plus humide que celui préféré par les mâles et par les femelles non-enceintes.

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