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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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1] basally, but in brachypterous usually so; nodal and subapical lines present; clavus extending two-thirds of length of tegmen; gonostyli symmetrical; first valvula of ovipositor devoid of teeth on ventral margin and with 2-4 teeth on dorsal margin; third valvula with teeth at apex and none on ventral margin.
5 times as long as harpe; tegumen intermediate in size; valva slender; cucullus arched; harpe short, sharp apically, almost as long as sacculus processus; sacculus processus sharp apically; clavus finger-shaped; saccus short (Fig.
1-2 and 6) fuscous, with a few white spots scattered at the basal area before apex of clavus, base of clavus with 2 yellowish white markings, veins reddish fuscous with part behind apex of clavus reddish, callus blackish brown, tinged with reddish orange margin, apical and outer margins reddish.
16 and 25; veins and tubercles brown; stigma brown to dark brown; clavus with dark brown stain on apical third, sometimes extending to end of clavus; clavus suture brown.
Forewing with two cells on the anterior wing margin (the proximal cell formed by Sc, R + M and R; the distal by R, M, Sc + R, and M1) and proximal half of clavus brown, discal cell with brown suffusion (but not as dark as other brown areas), membrane dark infuscate, and white area between R + M and Cu part of trapezoidal cell, and distal part of clavus white (Figs 1, 4B); hindwing with slight brown suffusion (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.
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.
Dorsal coloration: Head orange, with apex of juga, and outer face of ocelli black; antennal segments I and IV dark orange, and II and III dark orange with apical joint brown; pronotum orange hazel with humeral spines black; scutellum orange hazel, basally with 2 black spots lateral to midline; clavus orange hazel; corium orange hazel with 3 black spots near middle third of endocorium; hemelytral membrane dark brown; connexival segments III to VI glossy orange, VII glossy orange with posterior margin brown; abdominal segments III to VI glossy orange, VII glossy orange with wide brown spot at middle third.
The primary characters used for species identification were, not in order of importance, (1) number of coremata lobes and the shape of (2) clavus, (3) sacculus, (4) costal process, (5) basal sclerite of clasper, and (6) juxta.
Hemelytron generally fuscous, outer margin of clavus, embolium, and base and apex of cuneus sometimes more or less pale; membrane dark smoky brown, with whitish veins.
Dorsal coloration: head black; antennal segments I to III yellow, IV pale brown; pronotum and scutellum shiny orange; clavus shiny orange with black punctures; corium shiny orange with black discoidal spot adjacent to inner face of apical margin; hemelytral membrane pale brown; connexivum black with lateral border shiny orange; abdominal terga III to VI orange, VII black.
Hemelytra: Corium and clavus completely brown or brown with a partial to complete golden fascia on anterior half of wing.