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Rusticus is a Latin adjective meaning "rural, simple, rough or clownish" and can refer to:
- The rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus).
- The gossamer-winged butterfly genus Rusticus, today usually included in Plebejus
- The ground spider Urozelotes rusticus
- Aedes rusticus, a relatively common European mosquito
- Saint Rusticus of Narbonne (died ca. 461)
- One of the martyred companions of Saint Denis
- Martyr of Verona: see Firmus and Rusticus
- Saint Rusticus (Archbishop of Lyon) (ca 455–501)
- Fabius Rusticus, historian of ancient Rome
- Arulenus Rusticus, (c. 35-93 AD) consul executed by Domitian
- Flavius Rusticus Helpidius, a fifth-century Latin poet
- Junius Rusticus, (2nd century) Stoic philosopher, consul, and friend of Marcus Aurelius
- Rusticus Diaconus, 6th century Deacon of Rome
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