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CORN. In its most comprehensive sense, this term signifies every sort of grain, as well as peas and beans, this is its meaning in the memorandum usually contained in policies of insurance. But it does not include rice. 1 Park. Ins. 112; Marsh. Ins. 223, note; Stev. on Av. part 4, art. 2; Ben. on Av. eh. 10; 1 Marsh. Ins. 223; Park on Ins. 112; Wesk. Ins. 145. Vide Com. Dig. Biens, G 1.

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confusa has a wide sacculus, short triangular clavus, short vesica with 2 large dorsal diverticula, and small cornuti (Figs.
1A); clavus divided into two parts with uprising; inner margin of clavus slightly concave, longer than scutellum; inner margin of corium behind clavus straight; corium flat, without bulging posteriorly; hemelytron without rows of punctures on clavus and on R + M (Fig.
Forewing with Cu1a straight or slightly convex distad of clavus, not reaching M (Chou & Wang 1985: Fig.
Hemelytron: Pale yellowish green, with clavus, baso-medial region of corium, large cell, and hemelytral membrane variably and diffusely dusky.
Holotype female: a- head (median postocular setae--from left to right S1, S2 and S3 arrowed), b-pronotum, c-metascutum, d-right clavus, e-tergites iv-v, f-tergites viii-ix.
Hemelytra: Claval commissure elongate, 1.5x longer than scutellar margin of clavus. GENITALIA: Female: Dorsal labiate plate with small sclerotized rings, small medial plates (Fig.
(13) Right forewing clavus. (14) Bright yellow spots and living adult.
Forewing broad, 2.0 times as long as maximum breadth, without granulae, Sc+R forking about medially, Cul forking about at 2/5 basal, with about 15 apical cells and 6 subapical cells, claval veins uniting basad of middle of clavus.
1): General coloration brown with pale appendages and white fascia on corium and clavus. Head and thorax brown, buccular and genal regions reddish brown, first and second labial segments pale, third segment brown, membranous areas between buccula and first segment, first and second segment, and truncate tip of third segment whitish; scape and pedicel pale, basiflagellomere and distiflagellomere slightly darker (Fig.
4e, f); female micropterous forewing orangish brown, without apical white band; male macropterous forewing mostly orangish brown, sometimes base of clavus darker; region bounding corial fracture white; pygophore with dorso-sinistral tumescence, genital opening without tubercles (Fig.
Forewings pale brown, hyaline; veins brown, tubercles dark brown; stigma black; clavus with a short transversal brown band, just distad of fork PCu+A1.
DESCRIPTION: Body ovoid, slightly elongated; dorsal surface generally light castaneous, weakly shining, spotted, with uniformly distributed, simple, pale brown, semierect setae; dark small spots on pronotum and clavus somewhat obscured or obliterated (Fig.