Genelec Technologies: IsoPod™ - Isolation/Positioner-Decoupler Genelec Technology Tutorials: Isolation/Positioner-Decoupler. Learn what is that small rubber feet under your Genelec loudspeakers all about and how it helps in reaching better audio quality.
Isopod A common pill bug (woodlice) scampering across the patio floor
Marine isopod Zuzara venosa Another cute critter. This one's Zuzara venosa, a marine isopod (garden slaters are isopods too). This species occurs in SE Aus in Vic, Tas and SA. This one was filmed at Bambra Reef, Roches Beach, Lauderdale, Tasmania. When it curls up, flipper-like organs sticking out the side. In the video it uncurls and rights itself.
Aquatic Isopod in a stream This funny little creature is a relative of the more familiar "pillbug" or "roly poly" that can be found living on land under rotten logs or rocks all over the world. Just like land-living pillbugs, the aquatic version is a harmless scavenger, and cannot bite or sting. Pillbugs and aquatic isopods are crustaceans, related to lobsters and crabs.
Spore Creature Creator Video: Isopod (Woodlouse) This video was created using the Spore Creature Creator. Call it an isopod, pill bug, potato bug, sow bug, or roly-poly.... its still a cool creature called a woodlouse and is actually a crustacean and related to crabs. This guy was originally made for a contest where you had to make a creature that could survive on an arid planet. You can check him out here:
isopod-synthesizer solo isopod at the door in dallas on 9-8-6, playing the song "with you."
Giant Isopods Ate My Well-Known Brand of Corn Chip This is our track for the "Songs About Giant Isopods" compilation being put out by Bathynomus Giganteus Records, to be found here: Giant Isopods are ugly creatures that inhabit the sea. Our song is all about surfing with the sign of the beast on your board and finding out there's something worse out there. There's some artwork of Great Cthluhu provided by Stealthy of and the pictures of isopod were courtesy of so give those people some LOVE. The rest is all down to us. The protagonist of this song is played by Mr. Dominic Green of Brontosaurus Chorus ( and Pop-Art (), returning us the favour of covering their song late last year. This album will cost money but we have 10 other original songs and 4 covers available to download from our website. http
Isopods Update 3 Here is the third update on the isopods colony. This is just one colony.
BBSN: giant isopod @club goodman, akihabara 15 oct. 2010
How To Culture Isopods This is how I culture my Isopods for my tarantula cages! Isopods are very helpful for tarantula cages because they eat all leftover vegetable matter in the cage that is left by the tarantula. Thanks for watching! I do sell Isopods. email me at Mojosmf@ for a good starter set.
New Isopods Culture I got so many recently that I have started a new colony! Again, If you want some, click this link They are easy to care for and SO nice to have in your tarantula cages! They are basically a clean up crew in your tarantula cage and they make it smell better too!
Giant Isopod Bathynomus giganteus (la jaiva) Newly discovered ocean creature. It measure 2 feet long.
Deep Sea Isopod UPDATE: This doesn't make sense :D Sorry about that... but the way this was made was that we had to make a bug in 3ds max, then make the animation and story later, which is kind of a bummer because he could've had a much better screen debut. Anyways, it was from my time in Cert 4 in Screen Animation at the AIE (www.aie.edu.au)
Isopods Deep Sea Isopods (Bathynomus giganteus) are gigantic relatives of garden pill bugs that live on the sea floor in certain parts of the world, including the Gulf of Mexico. They have an oblong body, four sets of jaws and very large compound eyes. At maturity, they can grow up to 18 inches in length and weight up to three pounds. They mainly live at 1200 feet or greater.
Breaststroke Isopod I saw this little guy at a depth of 4100 meters about 100 miles west of Santa Barbara. Looks like it's swimming the breaststroke. To read more, see my blog entry: My scientist friend, Karen Osborne, tells me "That is a bathyopsurine, possibly Bathopsurus or Paropsurus. They are really rare - I've only seen 3 in my 5 years here working on munnopsids, the isopod family they belong too."
Spider Eats Isopod A Yellow Argiope Spider wraps up an isopod
Stubby isopod Tiny marine invertebrate rolls up like a ball
Isopod Lab Trial 1 Record Data every 30 seconds for 10 minutes. To save time, I have sped up the time between the 30 second intervals.
Ligia: The Sea Slater Isopod Here's a short clip and pics of Ligia, the sea slater isopod in the cave at Houda Point (Camel Rock) in Humboldt County, California. Kinda looks like a trilobite...
Isopod fun2 Daffodil eating it.
BP Oil Spill Cam: Hoppy The Isopod Crawls, swims, hops. The giant Isopod Bathynmus Giganteus is caught by the spill cam 5000 feet deep at the broken oil well.
Resident Aliens Episode III: Agents of Decay, Part 1 (Woodlouse, Freshwater Isopods, Millipede) Music: "Mind Matter" by Matti Paalanen, available free here: www.last.fm This video is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License. This video was shot in SD (640x480).
Bathynomus Giganteus: Hideous Monster From The Bottom Of The Sea click for our exclusive video. A giant isopod may be one of approximately nine species of large isopods (crustaceans related to the shrimp and crabs) in the genus Bathynomus. They are thought to be abundant in cold, deep waters of the Atlantic.Bathynomus giganteus, the species upon which the generitype is based, is the largest known isopod and is the one most often referred to by the common name "giant isopod". French zoologist Alphonse Milne-Edwards was the first to describe the genus in 1879 after fishing a juvenile male B. giganteus from the Gulf of Mexico; this was an exciting discovery for both scientists and the public, as at the time the idea of a lifeless or "azoic" deep ocean had only recently been refuted by the work of Sir Charles Wyville Thomson and others. Females were not recovered until 1891. Giant isopods are of little interest to most commercial fisheries owing to the typical scarcity of catches and because ensnared isopods are usually scavenged beyond marketability before they are recovered. However, in northern Taiwan and other areas, they are not uncommon at seaside restaurants, served boiled and bisected with a clean lateral slice. The white meat, similar to crab or lobster in texture, is then easily removed. The species are noted for resemblance to the common woodlouse or pill bug, with which they are related. The few specimens caught in the Americas with baited traps are sometimes seen in public aquaria.
Ladder to Isopod Count #2 Ladder, boxwork, gaunno gauges, isopod count #2
Isopods - Backyard Critters My isopod farm and observations
Deep Sea Isopods Deep Sea Isopods (Bathynomus giganteus) are gigantic isopods that live on the sea floor in certain parts of the world, including the Gulf of Mexico. They have an oblong body, four sets of jaws and very large compound eyes. At maturity, they can grow up to 18 inches in length and weight up to three pounds. They live at depths 1200 feet or greater.
Isopods in Reef Tank this guy was in my prop tank which made it pretty easy to get a vid of.
Barry Levinson Filming Isopod SciFi Thriller 'The Bay' Georgetown SC.m4v There've been a few tense moments in Georgetown County, SC, during the filming for "The Bay" Front Street at the Rice Paddy as Director Barry Levinson points out a last-minute details. The Isopod, a crustacean living in dark ocean floors, originally was expected to be included in the name of the film, "The Bay," now being shot on Front Street in Georgetown. Film Blogging the Reel World, quotes Screen Daily, saying the Bay, directed by Barry Levinson, also known for casting such greats as Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman in "Rain Man," features "the aftermath of a viral outbreak on the Eastern Seaboard. The story is told via a series of recordings on camera phones, 911 calls and other scraps of video as the town of Claridge, Maryland, is engulfed by chaos."
Sowbug (Isopoda: Porcellionidae) Photographed at Grand Forks, North Dakota (26 June 2009).
Zoids GRZ-009 Valga - Pill bug (isopod) type Zoids GRZ-009 Valga (pill bug type)
Isopod isopod isopod scavanger from in the sea isopod isopod from the woodlouse family isopod isopod theres one living in me shed isopod isopod and his name is fred
Isopod Woodlice Nature Walks with Mark Fraser Just imagine right in your own back yard lives a crustacean! Just like a crab or a shrimp but this species of Isopod crustacean is called "Wood lice". Not the friendliest sounding name but they are a harmless adaptable little species feeding on decaying plant matter. Isopods are a success story and there are over 4000 species worldwide. They have adapted to take advantage of the moisture under logs, leaves and compost piles allowing them to no longer need to live underwater like the rest of their family. They are a great species avoiding predators from birds to Centipedes and the infamous Woodlice Spider. So the next time you flip over a log or some leaves and spot one of these amazing little creatures remember they are not insects but our own back yard crustaceans! I'm Mark Fraser and to learn more about exploring our amazing natural world and trying to protect it visit my website One Earth, One chance...
Giant Isopod Attacks ROV in Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon MC252 Seabed Eruption shortly after seabed erupted right after I shot this ... I was uploading and couldn't film while doing that. Google Giant Isopod and look at the pictures of them. I've also seen a ROV use it's claw to pick one of these up off the bottom. (that guy was dead but still cool).
Isopods vs Tidepool Sculpin Time lapse of a tidepool sculpin being eaten by sea lice that are found on sandy beaches. This whole process took about 4 hours.
BP Oil Spill - Creepy Crawler (isopod) and Curious Eel Recorded by Ocean Intervention ROV1 on Jul 10, 2010
The Joy of Isopods a compilation of Isopod pictures
isopod-robot music isopod performing "robot music for humans" at the door in dallas on 9-8-6. Anthony McCrary on drums.
Giant Isopods Giant isopods, crabs and eels feasting on a dead tuna on the ocean floor.
Isopod or Water Hoglouse
All About Isopods. For Mrmrcritterkeeper! Mrmrcritterkeeper has helped me alot with chickens so i decided to do him a shoutout and a little video about isopods since he said he wasgoing to get into them! Here is his channel! GO CHECK HIM OUT!
Giant Isopod spotted at Deepwater Horizon ROV site the best video ever EVER made!