OT, cause it’s Friday:
I just looked that up. Come on, bugger off, I thought!
Ichnea, a genus inside the Cleridae? Mozilla must have confidence in their packages to name it like that.
Clerids have a minor significance in forensic entomology. Some species are occasionally found on carrion in the later dry stages of decay. Also, some species are pests (stored product entomology) and are found infesting various food products. Research efforts related
to Cleridae have focused primarily on using certain species as biological controls. This is a very effective technique for controlling bark beetles due to the voracious appetite of many Clerid species.
But then I realised the spelling error: it’s ichnaea, not ichnea. A much better choice of name, from greek mythology. It might still refer to some bugs. Ok, it could have been a nicer bug in the ichnea spelling as well, and don’t worry, there are also loads of entomologist who can’t spell their greek and latin properly. Ah, well, it’s a bugs life, anyway.