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Alydidae

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  1. commonly known as broad-headed bugs, is a family of true bugs very similar to the closely related Coreidae (leaf-footed bugs and relatives)

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  2. There are about 40 genera with 250 species altogether

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  3. Distributed in the temperate and warmer regions of the Earth, most are tropical and subtropical animals

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  4. for example Europe has a mere 10 species, and only 2 of these occur outside the Mediterranean region

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  5. Broad-headed bugs are up to 10-12 mm (about a half-inch) long, and have slender bodies

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