Parsing is ubiquitous in software projects, ranging from small command-line utilities, highly secure network clients, to large compilers. Programmers are provided with a plethora of parsing libraries to choose from. However, implementation bugs in parsing libraries allow the generation of incorrect parsers, which in turn may allow malicious inputs to crash systems or launch security exploits. In this paper we describe a lightweight validation framework called Bohemia that a parsing library developer can use as a tool in a toolkit for integration testing the framework makes use of the concept of Equivalence Modulo Inputs (EMI) in order to generate mutated input grammars to stress test the parsing library. We also describe the result of evaluating Bohemia with a set of parsing libraries that utilize distinct parsing algorithms. During the evaluation, we found a number of bugs in those libraries. Some of those have been reported to and fixed by developers.