Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A family of true bugs, belonging to Westwood's section Aurocorisa of the Heteroptera, and comprising forms of small size which inhabit damp soils and are often found in countless numbers on the salt and brackish marshes of the sea-coast. They are oval in shape, with a free head and prominent eyes, and are of a black, brown, or drab color marked with yellow or white. They are mainly American.
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