The sea slater Ligia oceanica is another relative of the woodlouse, it lives in the splash zone on rocky shores and can grow surprisingly large, about 2.5 cm.
He helped Percy evade the Germans, and in no time had landed him a job as a slater , working near Calais.
Tony stared off in the building trade and quickly settled into work as a roof slater .
There Naismith worked, as best he could given his poor health, as a plasterer and slater .
Once the ditches have disappeared, the rhythm of tiler and slater , no hand signals, will be translated into a bag of shadows inside a furnace.
Mum was a cook, while Dad was a slater .
A slater from Skipton was tried at the town hall on a charge of wilful damage to a confectionery stall.
Gavin's father, Sinclair Innes, a local slater and builder, confirmed that his son was playing with another youngster when the accident happened.
Sangster, a retired slater , added: ‘The girl at the stonemason's yard was a bit taken aback when I told her the stone was for me.’
Visitors have viewed many types of spiders, beetles and slaters under bright lights and microscopes.