cantharidin

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can·thar·i·din

 (kăn-thăr′ĭ-dĭn)
n.
A toxic compound, C10H12O4, that is found in blister beetles and is the active ingredient of Spanish fly.

cantharidin

(ˌkænˈθærɪdɪn)
n
the compound C10H12O4, which is the active ingredient in cantharides and is secreted by many species of blister beetle