Weegy: Despite their name, sowbugs (or woodlice) are not really bugs. They are land-living crustaceans. There are two species in the U.S., Porcellio laevis (Koch) and Porcellio scaber (Latrelle).
Sowbugs are flat, oval creatures. They are about ?” long. [ Their body has several segments. They have seven pair of legs and two pair of antennae. Another crustacean, the pillbug, resembles the sowbug. . Sowbugs cannot roll up when they are disturbed ... (More)