A diminuitive freshwater dweller, it carries its eggs around with it wherever it goes, and appears to have no qualms about using them in battle. Both genders exhibit this behavior.
Researchers suspect that it fills its weaponized egg sacs with water or some other fluid, rather than sacrificing its young, though both types of eggs look identical.
Its variable density and hydrophobic legs allow it to easily walk on water. On some nights, especially on a full moon, large groups of Kikilhasid can be seen parading on the water's surface. The moonlight gives their eggs an ephemeral glow.
Other, non-waterbug interpretations of scribble: