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FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

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LIST OF THE J^IEDUSAE CRASPEDOTAE, 

SIPHONOPHORAE, SCYPHOMEDUSAE, 

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MEDUSAE CRASPEDOTAE. 

ANTHOMEUUSAE. 

SARSIIDAE. 

1. Sarsia mirabius L. Agassiz. 

L. Agassiz, Mem. Amer. acad. arts and sci., 1850, new ser., 
vol. 4, p. 228, pis. 4, 5. "Boston Harbour." 

Coryne mirabUis L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1860, vol. 3, 
pi. lie, figs. 14, 15; ibid., 1862, vol. 4, p. 185, pi. 20, fig. 1-9; pi. 
23a, fig. 12. 

New England coast. 

Me. — Eastport region, Penobscot bay. * 
N. H.— Portsmouth. 

, Mass. — Gloucester, Nahant, Boston, Cohasset, Woods Hole 
region. 
R. I. — Newport. 
Probably the same as the European S, iubulosa Allman. 

2. Sarsia reticulata (A. Agassiz) Hartlaub. 

Syndictyon reticvlaium A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. 
U. S., 1862, vol. 4, p. 340, footnote. "Nahant, near Boston." 
A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 177, fig. 
290-300. 

Sarsixi mirahUis var. reticidata Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, 
no. 109, vol. 1, p. 57, pi. 4, figs. 3, 4; pi. 5, fig. 6. 

New England coast, April to June. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Nahant, Boston Harbor. 
May be a variety of S. mirabUis. 

3. Sarsia hargitti Mayer. 

Coryne producta Hargitt, Amer. nat., 1902, vol. 36, p. 551, fig. 3. 
[Woods Hole, Mass.] 



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Syncoryne producla Hargitt, Bull. U. S. bureau of fisheries, 1905, 
vol. 24, p. 30, pi. 1, fig. 1. [Non Sarsia producta (Wright) Mayer.] 

Sarsia hargiMi Mayer, Publ. Camegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 1, 
p. 63. 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

4. Sarsia haeckeu (Hargitt). 

Protiara haeckeli Hargitt, Biol, bull., 1902, vol. 4, p. 17, fig. 4. 
"Near No Mans Land, [Mass.]." 

Mass. — "Oflf Gay Head and No Mans Lai^d, Vineyard Sound" 
(Hargitt). 

Known from only one record. This species may prove to be 
identical with Protiara borealis (Wagner) Mayer. 

6. Slabberia strangulata (McCrady) Hartlaub. 

Dipurena strangtdata McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 
1857, vol. 1, p. 135, pi. 9, figs. 1, 2. [Charleston Harbor, South 
Carolina.] 

Dipurena conica A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 181, fig. 301-305. 

Slabberia strangulata Mayer, Publ. Camegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 76, pL 7, fig. 1-3. 

A southern species not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Newport (Fewkes). 

6. Hydrichthys mirus Fewkes. 

Fewkes, Bull. Mus. comp. zool., 1888, vol. 13, p. 224, pis. 4, 5. 
" Surface fishing carried on at the Newport Marine Labo- 
ratory." 

R. I. — Newport. 



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7. CoRYNTTis AGASSizii McCrady. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 132, pi. 9, 
fig. 3-8. [Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.] Mayer, Publ. 
Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 1, p. 72, pi. 5, fig. 2. 

A southern species not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

8. Pennarla. tiarella (Ayres) McCrady. 

Globicepa tiarella Ayres, Proc. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 193. "Sag Harbor, L[ong] I[sland, New York]." 

Pennaria tiarella Hargitt, Bull. U. S. bureau of fisheries, 1905, 
vol. 24, p. 32, pi. 3. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 25, pi. 1, fig. 2-5. 

West Indies to Maine. 

Me. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay. 

R. I. — Newport. 

9. Steenstrupia vhigulata (A. Agassiz) Mayer. 

Euphysa virgulata A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, 
vol. 1, no. 2, p. 189, fig. 316-319. "Massachusetts Bay, Na- 

HANT." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole. 
Probably the same as the European S. aurata Forbes. 

10. Hybocodon pendula (L. Agassiz) Haeckel. 

Corymorpha pendula L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, 
vol. 4, pp. 276, 343, pi. 26, fig. 7-17. "Massachusetts Bay." 

Hybocodon pendtda Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 41, pi. 2, fig. 2. 

Me. — Eastport, 5 to 20 fathoms (hydroid) ; Kittery. 
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6 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Mass. — Nahant, Race Point, Chatham, Vmeyard Sound, 10 to 
100 fathoms (hydroid). Medusa, April and May. 

11. Htbocodon prolifer L. Agassiz. 

L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist U. S., 1862, vol. 4, pp. 243, 343, pi. 
23a, figs. 10, 11; pi. 25. "Nahant." 
Boreal, widely distributed in the North Atlantic. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Nahant, Woods Hole, Vineyard 
Sound. 
Georges Bank. 

12. EcTOPLEURA ocHRACEA A. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4, 
p. 343, footnote. "Nausson, Buzzard's Bay." 

Edopleura dumortieri Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst, 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 69, pi. 5, figs. 4, 5; pi. 6, figs. 1, 1', 2. 

Cape Cod southward, summer and autunm. Not known from 
north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay. 

R. I. — Newport. 

Probably the same as the European E. dumortieri. 

CLADONEMIDAE. 

13. Zanclea gemmosa McCrady. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 151, pi. 8, 
figs. 4, 5. [Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.] Mayer, 
Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 1, p. 88, pi. 6, fig. 7; pi. 7, 
fig. 5; pi. 8, figs. 4, 5. 

A southern species unknown north of Cape Cod. West Indies to 
southern New England. 

Mass. — Buzzards Bay, Naushon, Woods Hole. 
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14. Zanclea cladophora (A. Agassiz) Hartlaub. 

Gemmaria cladophora A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, 
vol. 1, no. 2, p. 184, fig. 307-310. "Massachusetts Bay, Na- 

HANT." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Newport. 

CYTAEIDAE. 

15. PODOCORYNA CARNEA M. SarS. 

M. Sars, Fauna littoralis Norvegiae, 1846, pt. 1, p. 4, pi. 1, fig. 
7-18. " BEi Floroe und Manger." 

Podocoryne camea Mayer, Publ. Camegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 136, pi. 14, fig. 2-6; pi. 15, fig. 14; p. 138, fig. 74. 

Atlantic coasts of Europe, the Mediterranean and South Africa. 
The American records are limited to southern New England, in late 
Bimmier. 

Mass. — Woods Hole region. 
R. I. — Newport. 

16. PoDOCORYNA FULGURANS (A. Agassiz) Mayer. 

Dysmorphosa fvlgurans A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 
1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 163, figs. 259, 260. "Massachusetts Bay, 
Nahant Buzzard's Bay, Naushon." 

Podocoryne fvlgurans Mayer^ Publ. Camegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 139, pi. 12, fig. 5-9; pi. 13, fig. 3-5. 

North Carolina to southern New England. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole 
region. 

R. I. — Newport, abundant in late summer in Narragansett Bay. 

17. Lymnorea boreaus Mayer. 

Mayer, Bull. Mus. comp. zool., 1900, vol. 37, p. 6, pi. 5, fig. 16-18. 



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8 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

" Eastport Harbor, Maine." Mayer, Publ' Carnegie inst., 1910, 
no. 109, vol. 1, p. 154, pi. 15, fig. 1-3. 

Me. — Eastport. 

18. TuRRiTOPSis NUTRicuLA (McCrady). 

Oceania (Turritopsis) niUricida McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. 
hist., 1856, vol. 1, pp. 55, 58, pis. 4, 5. [Charleston Harbor, 
South Carolina.] 

Turritopsis nuiricvla Brooks, Mem. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1886, 
vol. 3, p. 388, pi. 37. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 143, pi. 14, fig. 10-13; pi. 15, fig. 10-13. 

Various localities from Cuba and the Bahamas to southern New 
England; not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass.-t- Woods Hole, Vineyard Sound, Naushon> Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. — Newport. 

19. Stylactis hooperi Sigerfoos. 

Sigerfoos, Amer. nat., 1899, vol. 33, p. 806, fig. 1-5. "Cold- 
SPRING Harbor, Long Island, [New York]." 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

BOUGAINVILLIIDAE. 

20. BouGAiNviLUA suPERCiLiARis (L. Agassiz). 

Hippocrene supercUiaris L. Agassiz, Mem. Amer. acad. arts and 
sci., 1850, new ser., vol. 4, p. 273, pi. 1-3. "Massachusetts." 

Boreal, widely distributed in North Atlantic and Arctic waters. 
The medusa appears in April south of Cape Cod; north of that 
point in summer. 

Me. — Eastport. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole region. Vineyard 
Sound. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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MEDUSAE CRASPEDOTAE. 9 

21. BouGAiNViLUA GIBB8I Mayer. 

Mayer, Bull. Mus. eomp. zool., 1900, vol. 37, p. 5, pi. 4, figs. 14 
15. " Newport Harbor, Rhode Island." 

R. I. — Newport. , 

Probably the same as the European B, autumnalis Hartlaub. 

22. BouGAiNViLUA CAROLiNENSis (McCrady) Allman. 

Hippocrene carolinensis McCrady, Proe. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 
1857, vol. 1, p. 164, pi. 10, fig. 8-10. [Charleston Harbor, 
South Carolina.] 

BougcdnviUia carolinensis Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 
109, vol. 1, p. 165, pi. 16, fig. 7-^; pi. 17, fig. 7. 

A southern species known from the Tortugas, South Carolina, 
and southern New England; rare north of Cape Cod. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Woods Hole region, Vineyard Sound, Naushon. 

R. I. — Newport. 

23. Nemopsis bachei L. Agassiz. 

L. Agassiz, Mem. Amer. acad. arts and sci., 1850, new ser., vol. 4, 
p. 289, text-fig. " In the harbour op Nantucket." 

Numerous localities, Florida to southern New England. Not 
known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Nantucket, Vineyard Sound, Naushon, Woods Hole. 

24. Rathkea blumenbachii (Rathke) Brandt. 

Oceania blumenbackii Rathke, M^m. Acad. sci. St. P^tersbourg, 
m^m. des sav. Strang., 1835, vol. 2, p. 321, pi. 1, fig. 1-4. "Sevas- 
topol." 

Rathkea octopunctata and var. grata Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 
1910, no. 109, vol. 1, pp. 177, 179, pi. 18, fig. 5; pi. 20, fig. 11. 

Widely distributed in the North Atlantic, and in the Labrador 
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10 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay (February to June), Woods Hole 
region (April to August). 
R. I. — Newport (February to June). 

AMPHINEMIDAE. 

25. Amphinema^apicata (McCrady) Haeckel. 

Saphenia apicata McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, 
vol. 1, p. 129, pi. 8, figs. 2, 3. [Charleston Harbor, South 
Carolina.] 

Siomotoca dinema [American Medusa], Mayer, Publ. Carnegie 
inst. ,1910, no. 109, vol. 1, p. 110, pi. 9, fig. 8-10; pi. 10, fig. 2-4. 

A southern species not known north of Cape Cod. . 

R. I. — Newport, July 15 to September. 

Probably the same as the European A. dinema (P^ron and 
Lesueur) Browne. 

26. Amphinema rugosa (Mayer) Bigelow. 

Siomotoca rugosa Mayer, Bull. Mus. comp. zooL, 1900, vol. 37, 
p. 4, pi. 2, fig. 5. "Newport, Rhode Island, and .... 
Charleston, South Carolina." Publ. Carnegie inst, 1910, no. 
109, vol. 1, p. 112, pi. 10, figs. 5, 6; pi. 11, figs. 1, 2. 

Florida to southern New England. 

R. I. — Newport, summer. 

PANDEIDAE. 

27. Leuckartiara octona (Flemming) Hardaub. 

Geryonia ocfona Flemming, Edinburgh philos. joum., 1823, vol. 8, 
p. 299. 

Leuckartiara octona Hartlaub, Nordisches plankton, 1914, pt. 17, 
no. 12, p. 285, fig. 238-253. 

Widely distributed on both sides of the North Atlantic. 

Me. — Eastport region; Grand Manan. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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28. Catablema vesicaria (A. Agassiz) Haeckel. 

Turris vesicaria A. Agassiz, Proc. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1862, 
vol 9, p. 97. "Nahant, [Massachusetts]." A. Agassiz, Mem. 
Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 164, fig. 261-268. 

Catablema vesicaria Bigelow, Proc. U. S. nat. mus., 1909, vol. 37, 
p. 304, pi. 30, figs. 3, 4; pi. 31, fig. 6. 

Catablema vesicarium Hartlaub, Nordisches plankton, 1914, 
pt. 17, no. 12, p. 315, fig. 263-267. 

An Arctic species seldom taken south of Cape Cod. 

Me. — Eastport. 

Mass. — Nahant. 

R. I. — Newport (young). 

WILLIIDAE. 

29. PROBOScroACTYLA ORNATA (McCrady) Browne. 

Willsia omata McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, 
p. 149, pi. 9, fig. 9-11. [Chableston Harbor, South Carolina.] 

WiUia omata A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 171, fig. 274a-279. 

Prcboscidadyla omata Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 1, p. 189, pi. 20, fig. 1-10. 

A southern species not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. — Newport. 

LEPTOMEDUSAE. 

THAUMANTIIDAE. 

30. Meucertum campanula (Fabricius) A. Agassiz. 

Medusa campanula Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 366. 
[West Greenland.] 
Melicertum campanula A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, 



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vol. 1, no. 2, p. 130, fig. 202-214. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst.^ 
1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 207, pi. 23, figs. 4, 5; pi. 24, fig. 5. 
Boreal; New England coast north of Cape Cod. 

Me. — Eastport, Grand Manan, Penobscot Bay, summer. 
N. H. — Portsmouth, July. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Salem, Nahant, Cohasset (May and 
June), Cape Cod. 

31. SrOMOBRACfflUM TENTACULATUM L. AgasSlZ. 

L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4, p. 361. "Massa- 
CHUSETTS Bay, Nahant." A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zo6l.> 
1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 98, fig. 140-142. 

Mass. — ^^ Nahant. Not recorded since 1865. 

32. Orchistoma tentaculata Mayer. 

Mayer, Bull. Mus. comp. zool., 1900, vol. 37, p. 8, pi. 5, fig. 19. 
"Newport, Rhode Island.'' 

R. I. — Newport. 

33. Laodicea calcarata A. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4^ 
p. 350, footnote. "Naushon, Buzzard's Bay." 

Lafoea calcarata A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 122, fig. 184-194. 

Atlantic coast of the United States, south of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole, summer. 
Probably the same as the European L. cruciaia, 

34. Staurophora mertensii Brandt. 

Brandt, M^m. Acad. sci. St. P^tersbourg, 1838, ser. 6, sci. math, 
phys. et nat., vol. 4, pt. 2, sci. nat., p. 400, pis. 24, 25. " Nord- 

FOLKSUNDE." 

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1850, new ser., vol. 4, p. 308, pi. 7. A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. 
zooL, 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 136, figs. 215a, 216a-219. 

Abundant north of Cape Cod, occasional in spring off southern 
New England. 

Me. — Grand Manan, Eastport, summer; oflf Casco Bay, July. 
Mass. — Boston Harbor, Nahant, April to July, Cape Cod, 
Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole. 
Gulf of Maine; German Bank; Piatt's Bank. 

35. Ptychogena iactka A. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 137, 
fig. 220-224. "Massachusetts Bay, Nahant." 
A boreal species not known south of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Nahant. 

MITROCOMIDAE. 

36. Halopsis ocellata A. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, Proc. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1863, vol. 9, p. 220. 
"Nahant." Mem. Mus. comp. zool, 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 99, 
fig. 143-150. 

Not recorded south of Cape Cod. 

Mb. — Grand Manan. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Nahant. 

Gulf of Maine, oflf Casco Bay. 

37. TiAROPSis diadebcata L. Agassiz. 

L. Agassiz, Mem. Amer. acad. arts and sci., 1850, new ser., vol. 4, 
p. 298, pi. 6, fig. 1-18; pi. 8, fig. 11. "Along the wharves of 
Boston harbour." L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4, 
p. 308, pi. 31, fig. 9-15. 

Boreal, common on the northern New England coast March to 
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14 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Me. — Eastport region, Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Nahant, Boston, Cohasset, Cape 
Cod, Woods Hole. 

38. MiTROCOMA CRUCiATA (A. Agassiz) Mayer. 

Halopsis cruciata A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 102, figs. 151, 152. "Massachusetts Bay, Nahant." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

Gulf of Maine, portheast part. 

Probably the same as the European M, annae Haeckel. 

EUCOPIDAE. 

39. Obeua geniculata (Linn^ Allman. 

Sertularia geniculaia Linn^, Syst. nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 812. 
"InOceano." 

Eucope diaphana A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 83, fig. 115-125. 

Obelia sp. (genictdataf) B5hm, Jena, zeitschr., 1878, vol. 12, p. 
174, pi. 3, fig. 1-34. 

A world-wide species, abundant on the New England coast. 

Me. — Penobscot Bay, Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole region. 

R. I. — Newport. 

40. Obeua plana (M. Sars) Haeckel. 

Thaumantiasf plana M. Sars, Beskrivelser og jagttagelser, 1835, 
p. 28, pi. 5, fig. 13a-13g. "Floroen om Foraarex," Norway. 

Obelia flabellata Hincks, British hydroid zoophytes, 1868, p. 157, 
pi. 29. 

Rocky tide-pools on both sides of the North Atlantic. 

Mass. — Nahant, off Thimble Island, 4 to 5 fathoms, Woods 
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41. Obelia LONGissmA (Pallas) Hincks. 

Sertularia lon^issima Pallas, Elenchus zoophytorum, 1766, p. 119. 

"OCEANUS EUBOPAEUS IN MaRI BELGIUM.'' 

Ohdia longissima Hincks, British hydroid zoophytes, 1868, p. 154, 
pi. 27. 

Common on both sides of the North Atlantic. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, and 40 miles southeast of No Man's 
Land. 

42. Obelia gelatinosa (Pallas) Hincks. 

Sertularia gelatinosa Pallas, Elenchus zoophytorum, 1766, p. 116. 
"Mare Belgium alluens." 

Obelia gelatinosa Hincks, British hydroid zoophytes, 1868, p. 151, 
pi. 26, figs. 1, 1', la. 

Abundant in the Mediterranean, and both sides of the North 
Atlantic. Not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Vineyard Soimd. 
R. I. — Coast. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

43. Obelia commissuraus McCrady. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 197, pi. 11, 
fig. 5-7. "Sullivan's Island, [South Carolina]." A. Agassiz, 
Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 91, figs. 134, 135. 

Abundant along the New England coast. 

Me. — Eastport region. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole region. 

R. I. — Newport. 

44. Obeua dichotoma (Linn^) Hincks. 

Sertularia dichotoma Linn^, Syst, nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 812. 
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Obdia dichotoma Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 2, p. 246, pi. 30, fig. 1-4 
Common on both sides of the North Atlantic. 

Me. — Eastport r^on, Casoo Bay. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Xahant, Marthas Vineyard, Woods 
Hole region. 
R. I. — Newport 

45. Clttia volubius (Ellis and Solander) Lamouroux. 

Serttdaria tolvbilis Ellis and Solander, Nat. hist, zoophytes, 1786, 
p. 51, pi. 4, figs, e, f, E, F. " coast or Sussex." 

Clyiia bicophora A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 78, fig. 108-111. 

Clyiia vclvbiliB Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, 
p. 262, pi. 32, fig. 1-7. 

Widely distributed on the northern coasts of Europe and the 
United States. 

Me. — Eastport region. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole, 
Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. — Newport. 

46. Clttia folleata (McCrady) Mayer. 

Epenthesis folleata McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, 
vol. 1, p. 191. "Charleston Harbor, [South Carolina]." 

Clyiia folleata Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, 
p. 264, pi. 31, figs. 9, 10; pi. 33, fig. 1-3. 

Coast of the United States from southern New England to the 
West Indies. Not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole, summer. 
R. I. — Newport, summer. 

47. EucHEiLOTA VENTRicuLARis McCrady. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 187, pi. 11, 



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fig. 1-3; pi. 12, figs. 1, 2. [Charleston Habbor, South Caro- 
lina.] Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 282, 
pi. 37, fig. 5; pi. 38, fig. 1-1". 

Atlantic coast of the United States between southern New Eng- 
land and the Tortugas. Not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay, Vineyard Sound. 
R. I. — Newport. 

48. Phialium duodecimalis (A. Agassiz) Haeckel.. 

Etuiheilota dttodedmalis A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. 
U. S., 1862, vol. 4, p. 353, footnote. "Naushon." A. Agassiz, 
Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 75, figs. 106, 107, 
107a. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie mst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 283, 
pi. 36, fig. 6; pi. 37, figs. 1, 2. 

A southern species not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Newport. 

49. PniALminM lanquidum (A. Agassiz) Haeckel. 

Oceania languida A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat hist. U. S., 
1862, vol. 4, p. 353, footnote. "Nahant and Naushon." A. 
Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 70, fig. 94- 
102. 

Pkididium UmguidumM&yer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 2, p. 269, pi. 33, fig. 4-8; pi. 34, fig. 5. 

Abundant in summer on the New England coast, and in the Gulf 
of Maine near land; occasional as far south as South Carolina. 

Me. — Eastport, Mt. Desert, Penobscot Bay, Casco Bay. 
N. H.— Portsmouth. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Nahant, Gloucester, Cohasset, 
Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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50. Phialidium sinoularis (Mayer). 

Oceania singidaris Mayer, Bull. Mus. comp. zool., 1900, vol. 37, 
p. 7, pi. 4, figs. 12, 13. "Newport Harbor, Rhode Island." 

R. I. — Newport. 

51. TiMA FORMOSA L. Agassiz. 

L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4, p. 362, footnote. 
"Massachusetts Bay." A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 
1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 113, fig. 164-172. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie 
inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 315, pi. 41, fig. 1-3. 

General on the southern New England coast in early spring; 
recorded in Massachusetts Bay, March to May, and September. 

Mass. — Nahant, Gloucester (winter), Cape Cod, Vineyard 
Sound, Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. — Newport. 

52. EuTDfA MiRA McCrady. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 190, pi. 11* 
figs. 8, 9. [Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.] Mayer» 
Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 295, pi. 39, fig. 1; pi- 
40, figs. 3, 3'; p. 297, fig. 160. 

Coast of the United States between the West Indies and southern 
New England; not known north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Woods Hole region, Vineyard Sound, late summer. 
R. I. — Newport. 

AEQUOREIDAE. 

53. Aequorea aequorea var. albida A. Agassiz. 

Aeqttorea albida A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 
1862, vol. 4, p. 359, footnote. "Naushon." A. Agassiz, Mem. 
Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 110, fig. 160-162. Mayer, 



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Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 331, pi. 43, fig. 1-5; pi. 
44, fig. 5; p. 329. fig. 189. 
New England coast, June to October. 

Me. — Eastport region. 

Mass. — Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole, Naushon. 

R. I. — Newport. 

54. Aequorea tenuis (A. Agassiz) Bigelow. 

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Rhegmatodes tenuis A. Agassiz, in L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. 
U. S., 1862, vol. 4, p. 361, footnote. " Naushon, Buzzard's Bay." 
A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 95, fig. 
136-138. 

Southern New England in summer and early autunm; not known 
north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, Naushon, Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. — Newport. 

55. Aequorea oroenlandica P^ron and Lesueur. 

Medusa aequorea Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandiea, 1780, p. 364. 
[West Greenland.] 

Aequorea groenlandiea P^ron and Lesueur, Ann. Mus. d'hist. 
nat. Paris, 1809, vol. H, p. 339. " la mer du Groenland." 

Zygodadyla groenlandiea A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 
1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 103, fig. 153-155 {non fig. 156). Mayer, 
Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 335, pi. 44, fig. 1-4. 

A northern species, known as far south as Newport, R. I., and 
represented by a dbtinct variety to North Carolina. 

Me. — Eastport region. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay, 
siunmer and autumn. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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TRACHOMEDUSAE. 

PETASIDAE. 

66. GoNiONEMUS BfURBACHU Mayer. 

Mayer, Sci. bull. Brooklyn inst. arts and sci., 1901, vol. 1, p. 5. 
"Woods Holl, Massachusetts." Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 
1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 343, pi. 45, fig. 1-4; pi. 46, fig. 1-3. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, Vineyard Haven, Muskeget. 
Conn. — Noank. - 

TRACHYNEMIDAE. 

57. Aglaura HEMiSTOBtA P^ron and Lesueur. 

P^ron and Lesueur, Ann. Mus. d'hist. nat. Paris, 1809, vol. 14, 
p. 351. "c6tes de Nice." Haeckel, System der medusen, in 
Denkschr. med.-nat. ges. Jena, 1879, vol. 1, p. 275, pi. 16, figs. 1 
{"A. nausicaa''), 2 {"A. latema''), 3, 4. Bigdow, Mctq. Mus. 
comp. zo6l., 1909, vol. 37, p. 119, pi. 2, fig. 6. 

Tropical; all oceans. 

Gulf Stream, 60 miles south of Marthas Vineyard. 

58. Aglantha digitale (Fabricius) Haeckel. 

Medusa digitale Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 366, 
[West Greenland.] 

Trachynema digikde A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, 
vol. 1, no. 2, p. 57, fig. 81-86. 

Aglantha digitale Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, vol. 
2, p. 402, pL 49, figs. 2, 2^. 

North Atlantic north of lat. 40**. 

Mb. — Eastport region, summer. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Chatham, Nantucket, Woods Hole 
region, chiefly in early spring. 
Gulf of Maine. 

59. Rhopalonema velatum Gegenbaur. 

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1-5. [Mesbina.] Va^ofifen, Wiss. ergebn. deutschen tiefsee-exp., 
"Valdivia," 1902, vol. 3, p. 59, pi. 10, figs. 16, 28; pi. 11, fig. 32. 
Tropical waters of all oceans. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, Gulf Stream south of Nantucket. 

GERYONIIDAE. 

60. LiRioPE scuTiGERA McCSwly. 

McCrady, Proc. Elliott soc. nat. hist., 1857, vol. 1, p. 208. 
[Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.] Mayer, Publ. Came^e 
mst, 1910, no. 109, vol. 2, p. 421, pi. 50, fig. 7-10; pi. 51, fig. 1; 
p. 422, fig. 278. 

A southern species not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

R.I. — Newport. 

61. LiRioPE TETRAPHTLLA (ChiLmisso and Eysenhardt) Gregenbaur. 

Geryonia tetraphyUa ChiLmisso and Eysenhardt, Nova acta Acad. 
Leop.-CaroL, 1821, vol. 10, p. 357, pi. 27, fig. 2. "In Oceano 

INDICO." 

Liriope tetraphyUa Bigelow, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1909, vol. 
37, p. 112, pi. 3, figs. 6, 7; pi. 4, figs. 2, 3. 
Tropical and subtropical regions of all oceans. 

Mass. — Gulf Stream, south of Marthas Vineyard. 

NARCOMEDUSAE. 

SOLMARIDAE. 

62. Peoantha CLARA R. p. Bigelow. 

R. P. Bigelow, Biol, bull, 1909, vol. 16, p. 80, figs. 1, 2. "Near 
the border of the gulp stream, off the souteuirn coast of 
New England." 

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PHYSOPHORAE. 

AGALMIDAE. 

4. Aqalma elegans (M. Sars) Fewkes. 

AgcdTnop&is elegant M. Sars, Fauna iittoraiia Norvegiae, 1846, 
pt. 1, p. 32, pis. 5, 6 partim. "Floroe." 

Agalma elegans Fewkes, Bull. Mus. comp. zool., 1881, vol. 8, 
p. 163, pb. 9, 10. 

Atlantic and Indo-Pacific. 

Me. — Eastport region (?). 

R. I. — Newport ; Gulf Stream south of Newport. 

Gulf of Maine, eastern part. 

5. Stephanomia cara (A. Agassiz) MetschnikoflF. 

Nanomia cara A. Agassiz, Proc. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1863, 
vol. 9, p. 181. "Nahant." a. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 
1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 200, fig. 331-350. Fewkes, Bull. Mus. comp. 
zool., 1888, vol. 13, p. 213, pi. 1-3. 

Me. — Eastport region. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; oflf Cape Ann; oflF Cape Cod. 

R. I. — Newport. 

Gulf of Maine, central part; Georges Bank. 

PHYSOPHORIDAE. 

6. Physophora hydrostatica Forsk&l. 

Physsophora hydrostatica Forsk&l, Descriptiones animalium. . . . 
quae in itinere orientali observavit, post mortem edidit Carsten 

Niebuhr, Hauniae, 1775, p. 119; Icones 1776, pi. 33, fig. e. 

No locality. Claus, !Zeitschr. wiss. zool., 1860, vol. 10, p. 295- 
332, pi. 25-27. 

Physophora borealis M. Sars, Fauna littoralis Norvegiae, 1877, 
pt. 3, p. 32, pi. 5; pi. 6, fig. 1-8. 

Oceanic. 

Gulf of Maine, eastern part. 



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ANTHOPHYSIDAE. 

7. Anthophysa FORMOSA (Fewkcs) Haeckel. 

Athorybia formosa Fewkes, Bull. Mus. comp. zooL, 1882, vol. 9, 
p. 271, pi. 5, figs. 3, 4; pi. 6, fig. 7-14. "Tortugas." 

Anthophysa formosa Bedot, R^ultats des campagnes sci. Monaco, 
1904, fasc. 27, p. 5, pi. 1, fig. 4-15. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard. 

/ PHYSALIIDAE. 

8. Physalia physalis (Linn^) Schneider. 
Portuguese Man-o'-War. 

Hohthuria physalis Linn^, Syst. nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 657. 
"InPelago." 

Physalia arethusa L. Agassiz, Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1862, vol. 4, 
pp. 335, 367, pi. 35. 

A southern species often recorded from southern New England. 

Me. — Eastport region (one record). 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and adjacent waters; Nantucket, 
Tuckemuck. 
R. I. — Newport. 

PORPITIDAE. 

9. PoRPiTA UMBELLA (O. F. MuUer) Eschscholtz. 

O. F. Miiller, Beschaft. Berlin ges. naturforsch. freunde, 1776, 
vol. 2, p. 295, pi. 9, figs. 2, 3. [Equatorial Atlantic] 

Porpita linnaeana A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1883, 
vol. 8, no. 2, p. 12, pi. 7-12. 

A southern species, not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, Woods Hole, Nantucket. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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VELELUDAE. 
10. Velella velella (Liim^) Scfan^der. 

Medusa velella Unni, Syst. nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 660. " In 
Peiago In Mari Mediterraneo." 

Velella muHca A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zodl., 1883, vol. 8, no. 
2, p. 2, pi. 1-6. 

A southern species not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound; Buzzards Bay, Nantucket 
R. I. — Newport. 

SCYPHOMEDUSAE. 

CHARYBDEIDA. 

CHARYBDEIDAE. 

1. Tamota haplonema F. Miiller. 

F. Mmier, Abh. naturf. ges. Halle, 1859, vol. 5, p. 1, pi. 1; pi. 2, 
fig. 15-17; pi. 3, fig. 30-31. "Das Mebr von Santa Catharina 

[Brasiuens] BEi Desterro." Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 

1910, no. 109, vol. 3, p. 513, pi. 57, fig. 2-2'". 

Coasts of America between Brazil and southern New England. 

Conn. — Branford Harbor. 

STAUROMEDUSAE. 

LUCERNARIIDAE. 

2. Haucltstus auricula H. James-Clark. 

H. James-Clark, Joum. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1863, vol. 7, p. 559. 
"Anticosti Is." Smithson. contr. knowledge, 1878, vol. 23, p. 
13-«2, pi. 1-11. 

Common from Massachusetts Bay northward to Labrador, not 
known south of Cape Cod. 

Me. — Eastport region, Mt. Desert Id., Casco Bay. 
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3. Haliclystus salpinx H. James-Clark. 

H. James-Clark, Jomn. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1863, vol. 7, p. 563. 
"Mt. Desert Is., Maine." Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, 
no. 109, vol. 3, p. 535, pi. 56, fig. 1^. 

Me.— Mt. Desert Id. 

Mass. — Ram. Id., Manchester. 

4. LucERNARiA QUADRicoRNis Q. F. Miiller. 

O. F. Muller, Prodrom. zool. Danicae, 1776, p. 227. [Chris- 
TiANiA, Norway.] M. Sars, Fauna littoralis Norvegiae, 1846, pt. 
1, p. 20, pi. 3, fig. 1-7. H. James-Clark, Joum. Boston soc. nat. 
hist., 1863, vol. 7, p. 552. 

Northern Europe, Greenland to northern New England; not 
recorded south of Cape Cod. 

Me. — Eastport region. Owl's Head, Casco Bay. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

5. Halimocyathus platypus H. James-Clark. 

H. James-Clark, Joum. Boston soc. nat. hbt., 1863, vol. 7, p. 537. 
" Chelsea Beach, Mass." 
One record only. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

6. Halimocyathus lagena (O. F. Muller) Haeckel. 

Holothuria lagenam referens O. F. Muller, Prodrom. zool. Danicae, 
1776, p. 232. "Gr[oenland,] Unneraisuk." 

Lacemaria auricula Milne-Edwards, R^gne animal, zoophytes, 
1849, pi. 63, 9 figs. 

Manania auracida H. James-Clark, Joum. Boston soc. nat. hist., 
1863, vol. 7, p. 542. 

Atlantic coasts of Europe, Greenland, and northern New England. 

Me. — Eastport. ' 

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CX)RONATA. 

PERIPHYLLIDAE. 

7. Pekiphylla hyacinthina Steenstrup. 

Steenstrup, Acta et cat. Mus. Hafniensis, 1837. " Greenland." 
Vanhoffen, Wiss. ergebn. deutschen tiefsee-exp., " Valdivia, " 1902, 
vol. 3, p. 23, pi. 2, fig. 9. Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 
109, vol. 3, pp. 545, 546, figs. 342, 343. 

Intermediate depths of all oceans. 

Mass.— ^ Georges Bank. 

DISCOPHORA. 

PELAGIIDAE. 

8. Pelagia cyanella P^ron and Lesueur. 

P^ron and Lesueur, Ann. Mus. d'hist. nat. Paris, 1809, vol. 14, 
p. 349. "Oc6an Atlantique septentrional.'/ L. Agassiz, 
Contr. nat. hist. U. S., 1860, vol. 3, pis. 12, 13, 13a; ibid,, 18^2, 
vol. 4, pp. 128, 164. 

A southern species, occasionally taken in the Gulf Stream south 
of Marthas Vineyard; not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — OS Marthas Vineyard. 

9. Dactylometra quinquecirrha (Desor) L. Agassiz. 

Pelagia quinquecirrha Desor, Proc. Boston soc. nat. hist., 1848, 
vol. 3, p. 76. "Nantucket Bay." 

Dactylometra quinquecirrha Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 
109, vol. 3, p. 585, pi. 62-64A. 

Tropics to southern New England; not recorded north of Cape 
Cod. 

Mass. — Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole, Nantucket. 
R. I. — Newport. 



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CYANEIDAE. 

10. Ctanea capiuata (LmnO Eodocfaohx. 

Medusa capUlata Liim^ Syst nat^ ed. 10, 1758» tqL 1, p. 660. 

** OCEANO SEPTENTWONALI." 

Cyanea capiUata Mmjer, PobL Carnegie inst^ 1910, no. 109, toL 3, 
p. 596, ]pi, 65, figs. 3, 4. 

Cyanea arctiea L. Agaasix, Cootr. nat. hist. U. S., 1860, toL 3, 
pi. 3-5a; pi. 10, fig. 1-17, 19-21, 23-30, 33-35, 37, 38; pL 10a, 
fig. l-4a, 5-12a, 14, 15; ibUL, 1862, toL 4, pp. 87, 162. 

Me. — Eastport legioii, PcDobocot Bay, Casoo Baj, August and 
September. 

N.H.— Isles of Sboab. 

Mass.— Nahant, Bostoo, Cohasset, Cape Cod, Woods Hole 
regioD. 

R. I. — Newport, spring and early summer. 

AURELIIDAE. 

11. Phacellophora ornata (Verrill) Haed^eL 

CaUinema omata VerriD, Amer. joum. scL, 1869, ser. 2, vol. 48, 
p. 117. '^ Eastport Harbor." Fewkes, BuD. Mus. coiiq>. tool., 
1888, vol. 13, p. 235, pL 6. 

Me. — EastpcMt. 

ProbaUy the same as the Eur(^>ean P. sieula Haed^d, and the 
North Padfic P. ambiguum Brandt. 

12. AuREUA AURTTA (linn^ Lamarck. 

Medusa aurila Lfam^ Syst nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 660. 
" IN Mari Balthico, Oceano." ^ 

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pi. 6-9; pi. 10, figs. 18, 22, 31, 32, 36; pi. 10a, figs. 4b, 13, 15a, 16- 
41; pi. 11-llb; pi. lie, fig. 1-13; ibid,, 1862, vol. 4, pp. 10, 160. 

Cosmopolitan. 

New England coast, Maine to Rhode Island, spring and summer. 

Me. — Eastport region, Mt. Desert, Blue Hill Bay, Penobscot 
Bay, Casco Bay, Kittery. 

N. H. — Portsmouth Harbor, Isles of Shoals. 

Mass. — Gloucester, Nahant, Boston Harbor, Cohasset, Marthas 
Vineyard, Woods Hole region. 

R. I. — Newport. 

RHIZOSTOMIDAE. 
13. Rhopilebia verrilli (Fewkes) Mayer. 

Nedopilema verrilli Fewkes, Amer. joum. sci., 1887, ser. 3, vol. 
33, p. 120, pi. 4. " New Haven Harbor." 

RhopUema verriUii Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1910, no. 109, 
vol. 3, p. 707, pi. 74, figs. 1, 1'; p. 708, fig. 424. 

Coast of the United States between North Carolina and southern 
New England. 

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CTENOPHORAE. 

CYDIPPIDA. 

MERTENSIIDAE. 

1. Mebtensia ovum (Fabricius) Moerch. 

Beroe ovum Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 362. , [West 
Greenland.] 

Mertensia ovum A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zooL, 1865, vol. 1, 
no. 2, p. 26, fig. 2^37. 

A common Arctic species. 

In winter the young is recorded from New Jersey; but the adult 
is not known south of Marthas Vineyard. 

Me. — Eastport. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole (?). 

PLEUROBRACHIIDAE. 

2. Pleurobrachia pileus (Fabricius) Vanhoffen. 

Beroe pileus Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1 780, p. 361 . [West 
Greenland.] 

Pleurobrachia rhododadyla L. Agassiz, Mem. Amer. acad. arts 
and sci., 1850, new ser., vol. 4, p. 317, pi. 1-5. A. Agassiz, Mem. 
Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 30, fig. 38-51. 

Probably cosmopolitan. 

Me. — Bay of Fundy, Casco Bay, Penobscot Bay (?). 

N. H.— Isles of Shoals. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole. 

R. I. — Newport. 

Gulf of Maine in general. 

CESTIDA. 
CESTIDAE. 

3. Cestum veneris Lesueur. 
Venus girdle. 

Lesueur, Nouv. bull. soc. philom. Paris, 1813, vol. 3, p. 282, pi. 5, 
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Cesius veneris Chun, Fau^a und flora d. Golfes von Neapel, 
1880, Monogr. 1, p. 301, pi. 11, fig. 1-3; pi. 12. 
A southern species not recorded north of 'Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Georges Bank. 
R. I. — Newport. 

LOBATA. 
BOLINOPSIDAE. 

4. BouNOPSis INFUNDIBULUM (O. F. Miillcr) Mayer. 

Beroe infundihulum O. F. Miiller, Prodrom. zool. Danicae, 1776, 
p. 232. " Gr[oenland,] Ikpiarsursak." 

Bolinopsis infundihulum Mayer, Publ. Carnegie inst., 1912, no. 
162, p. 21, pi. 4, fig. 12-15. 

Arctic Ocean and North Atlantic, south to Germany, and New 
England; possibly to the Mediterranean. 

Me. — Eastport region, Penobscot Bay, Casco Bay. 
Mass. — Nahant, Cohasset, Woods Hole. 
Gulf of Maine in general. 

5. Mnemiopsis leidti a. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zoo!., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 20, 
fig. 22-24. " Naushon, Buzzard's Bay." Mayer, Publ. Carnegie 
inst., 1912, no. 162, p. 26, pis. 6, 7; pi. 8, fig. 46. 

Coast of the United States between North Carolina and New 
England; not recorded north of Cape Cod. 

Mass. — Naushon, Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Newport. 

BEROIDA. 

BEROIDAE. 

6. Beroe ovata Bosc. 

Bosc, Hist. nat. des vers, 1809, p. 149, pi. 18, fig. 1. [Jamaica.] 
Chun, Faima und flora d. Golfes von Neapel, 1880, Monogr. 1, 
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Doubtful List. 
'MEDUSAE CRASPEDOTAE. 
Campanella pachyderma a. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zooL, 1865» voL 1, no. 2, p. 52, 
fig. 70-75. "Found at Nahant." 

This species is probably founded on a young stage of one of the 
Aeginidae. 

SOLMARIS TETRANEMA Hargitt. 

Hargitt, Biol, bull, 1902, vol. 4, p. 18, fig. 5. "Near the Gulp 
Stream." 
Probably the yoimg of Solmissus. 

CuNiNA discoides Fewkes. 

Fewkes, Bull. Mus. comp. zooL, 1881, vol. 8, p. 161, pi. 2, fig. 8; 
pi. 4, figs. 1, 2. "Narragansett Bay." 
Probably the yoimg of Solmissus. 

SCYPHOMEDUSAE. 

Charybdea verrucosa Hargitt. 

' Charibdea verrucosa Hargitt, Amer. nat., 1902, vol. 36, p. 559, 
fig. 4. "Woods Hole." 

Charybdea verrucosa Hargitt, Bull. U. S. bureau of fisheries, 1905, 
vol. 24, p. 65, pi. 5, fig. 5. 

Too yoimg for determination. 

CTENOPHORAE. 

Lesueuria hyboptera a. Agassiz. 

A. Agassiz, Mem. Mus. comp. zool., 1865, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 23, 
fig. 25-28. " Massachusetts Bay, and Newport, R. L" 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, Woods Hole (?). 

JR. L — Newport. 

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Aequorea aequorea var. albida 
groenlandica 
tenuis . . 
Aglantha digitale 
A^ura hemistoma . 
Amphinema apicata 

rugosa . 
Bougainvillia carolinensis 
gibbsi 

superciliaris 
Campanella pachyderma 
Catc^lema vesicaria 
Qytia f oUeata 

vohibilis 
Corynitis agasaizii 
Cunina discoides . 
Ectopleura ochracea 
Eucheilota ventriouJaris 
Eutima mira 
Gonionemus murbachii 
Halopsis ooellata . 
Hybocodon pendula 
prolifer 
Hydrichthys minis 
Laodicea calcarata 
Leuckartiara octona 
Liriope soutigera . 
tetraphylla 
Ly^morea boreahs 
Melicertum campanula 
Mitrocoma cruciata 
Nemopsis bachei 
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Obelia genioulata 

longissiina 

plana . . . 
Orchistoma tentaculata 
Pegantha clara . . 
Pennaria tiarella . 
Phialidium languidum 
singularis 
Phialium duodecimalis 
Podocoryna camea . 
fulgurans 
Proboscidactyla omata 
Ptychogena lactea 
Rathkea blumenbachii 
Rhopalonema velatum 
Sarsia haeckeli . . 

hargitti . . 

mirabilis 

retieulata . . 
Slabbena strangulata 
Solmaris tetranema . 
Staurophora mertensii 
Steenstrupia virgulata 
Stomobraohium tentaculatiim 
Stylactis hooperi 
Tiaropsis diademata 
Tima f ormosa . . 
Turritopsis Wtricula 
Zanclea cladophora . 
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Agalma elegans . . . 
Anthophysa formosa 
Diphyes appendiculata . 
Diphyopsis dispar . . 
Physalia physalis . . 
Physophora hydroetatica 
Porpita umbella . . . 
Sphaeronectes tnincata 
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Charybdea verrucosa . . 
Cyanea capillata . . . 
Daotylometra quinquecirrha 
Haliclystus auricula . . 
salpinx . . . 
EUilimocyathus lagena . . 
platypus . 
Lucemaria quadrioornis . 
Pelagia cyanella . . 
Periphylla hyacinthina 
Phacellophora omata 
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Announcement. 
Fauna of New England. 

The Society will issue, as volume seven of the Occasional Papers, 
a Catalogue of the animals of New Engiaiui. 

Parts will be published at irregular intervals, and though the 
detaik of the several lists will vary somewhat in the different 
groups, each list will inclfide: 1st, the accepted n^ne (scientific 
and vernacular); 2d, reference to the original description, with 
record of locality; 3d, reference to an authentic description and 
illustration; and 4th, hitbitat and occurrence. 

The Society considers these lists a necessary preliminary to a 
series of comprehensive, illustrated monographs, the publication 
of which the Society has already begun. The Society also believes 
that these lists will aid in the accumulation of valuable material for 
the New England collection. A price list of the parts already pub- 
lished will be found on the back cover pag^. 

Toward the accomplishment of its aims the Society ipvites the 
•cooperation of all interested in the Fauna of New England. 

Communications concerning specimens should be addressed to 
the Curator of the Society (Chas. W. Johnson), notes and records 
of occurrence to the Editor of the "Fauna of New England.'* 

Boston Society of Natural History, 
234 Berkeley St., Boston. Mass. 



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VII. 



FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND^ 
13. 

LIST OF THE MOLLUSCA. 
Bt CHARLES W. JOHNSON. 



BOSTON: 

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY FROM THE 

OURDON SALTONSTALL FUND. 

Dbobmbbb, 1915. 



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Introduction. 

The preparation of a faunal list of New England Mollusca at 
this time, when nomenclature is so unsettled by the adoption of 
the genera of Bolten and of other early writers, whose works were 
either overlooked or ignored by the " old school/' b fraught with 
sad misgivings as one sees many of the names familiar from boyhood 
swept into the synonymic sea. Though fully believing in the law 
of priority, I should feel some hesitancy in presenting these names 
in a faimal list, were it not for the fact that practically all of these 
changes have been recently published, but so scattered through 
various joumab and papers that their adoption has not yet become 
general. 

The Gould-Binney edition of the Invertebrates of Massachusetts, 
published in 1870, is still the book on New England Mollusca and 
will continue to be for some time; therefore in preparing this list 
all of the names used in that work that have been changed, are 
given in the synonymy. The second work bearing directly on the 
fauna is Verrill's Report upon the Invertebrate Animals of Vineyard 
Sound and Adjacent Waters, published by the United States Com- 
mission of Fish and Fisheries in 1873. This was followed by his 
" Catalogue of Marine Mollusca added to the fauna of the New 
England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic consisting 
mostly of deep sea species " published in three parts in the Trans- 
actions of the Connecticut Academy, 1882, 1884, and 1885. As 
the latter papers contained many species foimd far beyond what 
can be reasonably considered New England, the necessity of 
establishing a New England marine faunal area became apparent. 
A paper on this subject with the accompanying map was published 
in the Society's Museum and Library Bulletin, No. 7, May, 1908. 

In forming this area we should take into consideration the 
diversity of conditions o£F our coast, such as the great irregularity 
in depth, the effect of currents and tides on the temperature of 
the water, and the character of the sea bottom. These are impor- 



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tant factors governing distribution and the area should be large 
enough to enable one to study the effects of these varied conditions 
to advantage. To appreciate fully the true gulf or land-locked 
character of the Gulf of Maine, one should study a chart covering 
the Gulf, adjacent coast lines, and banks. This shows at once the 
desirability of adopting the 200-fathom line, as any less depth 
would give a veiy irregular and impracticable boimdary, there 
being several places in the Gulf of Maine deeper than 150 fathoms 
but not exceeding 200 fathoms, while all of the Georges Bank is 
less than 50 fathoms. The most convenient eastern boundary 
therefore would be the 66th meridian which just grazes the eastern 
edge of the Georges and includes the approach to the Bay of Fundy, 
the tides of which have such a great influence on the fauna of the 
Maine coast. On the eastern edge of the Georges at about 40** SO' 
north latitude the 66th meridian intersects the 200-fathom line, 
which practically skirts the edge of the continental shelf to a point 
directly south of Montauk Point, Long Island, — about 40® north 
latitude and 72® west longitude. Thb gives an area south of the 
Georges and Cape Cod, sufficient for the study of the influences of 
the Gulf Stream and counter currents. All of Long Island Sound 
except the bays and harbors of Long Island is also included in this 
area. 

The land mollusks also present many interesting features in dis- 
tribution, since New England b the northeastern limit of distribu- 
tion of many species, such as Pdygyra paUiata, Polygyra triderUata, 
Omphalina fvliginoaa, Omphalina inomata, etc., species conmaon 
to the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. We can trace 
these species back and find that their Ime of dispersal from that 
region was probably first northward along the western ridges of the 
Alleghanies into central New York and thence eastward along the 
valleys of the Mohawk and Hudson Rivers into western New 
England. The distribution of Helix hortensia, confined to the 
islands and headlands of the coast, strengthens the theory of 
botanists and others of a large continuous land area to the eastward 
in comparatively recent geological times. 

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MOLLUSCA. 

AMPHINEURA. 
POLYPLACOPHORA. 

LEPIDOPLEURIDAE. 

Lepidopleurus alveolus (Lov^n). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 6, pi. 2, figs, 
23-31. 

Chiton alveolus (Sars MS.) Lov^, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet.-Akad. 
Forh., 1846, vol. 3, p. 159. " Boh[us]-Bergen." 

Gulf of Maine, 150 fathoms; Georges Bank. 

Lepidopleunis cancellatus (Sowerby). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 3, pi. 3, figs. 
54r-58. 

Chiton cancellatus Sowerby, Conch. Illustr., 1839, pt. 167, figs. 
104, 105. [Great Britain.] 

Leptochiton cancellatns Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 534. 

Gulf of Maine, Cashes Ledge, 30 to 40 fathoms (Verrill). 

Hanleya hanleyi (Bean). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 17, pi. 3, figs. 
71-79. 

Chiton hanleyi Bean, Thorpe Brit Mar. Conch., Suppl., 1844, 
p. 263, fig. 57. " Scarborough [, England]. " 

Mass. — Stellwagen Bank, Massachusetts Bay, 38 fathoms. 

Hanleya lyiendicaria (Migheb and Adams). 
Pilsbiy, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 18, pi. 4, figs. 82-85. 



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AMPHINEURA. 9 

Tonicella blaneyi Dall. 

Dall, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 1905, vol. 18, p. 203. "off 
Ironbound Island, Frenchmans Bay, * * * Maine." Dall, Nau- 
tUus, 1905, vol. 19, p. 88, pi. 4. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, o£F Ironbound Island, in 20 fathoms. 

* Trachydermon albus (Linn^). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 64. 

Chiian albus Uim6, Syst. Nat, ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1107. 

" O. ISLANDICO." 

Ischnochiion {Trachydermon) albus Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 
1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 70, pi. 7, figs. 35-38. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 10 fathoms; East- 
port. "^ 
N. H.— Isles of Shoals. 
Mass. 

Trachydermon ezaratus (G. O. Sars). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 208, pi. 30, figs. 2-26. 
Lophyrus exaratns G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 
113, pi. 8, fig. 1. "BoD0." 

Mass.— Ofif Marthas Vineyard, 101 to 192 fathoms. 

* Trachydermon ruber (Linn^). 

ChiUm ruber Linn^, Syst Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1107. 

" OCEANO SEPTENTRIONAU." 

Ischnochitan (Trachydermon) ruber Pilsbry, Manual Conch. » 
1892, ser. 1, vol. 14, p. 80, pi. 7, figs. 50-56. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 
Mass. — Revere; Swampscott. 
R. I.— Off Watch HiU, 5 fathoms. 
Conn. — Off New London, 8 fathoms. 



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PELECYPODA. 11 

PELECYPODA. 

PRIONODESACEA. 

SOLEMYIDAE. 

^Solemya velum Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 317, 
" SOUTHERN COAST [oF THE Untted States]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 48, fig. 371. 

Solenomya velum Morse, Biol. Bull., 1913, vol. 25, p. 261. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Common in Buzzards Bay, Vineyard Sound, and Mas- 
sachusetts Bay. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. — Near New Haven; Stratford and Long Beach. 

^Solemya borealis Totten. 

Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 26, p. 366, pi., fig. 1. 
" ViciNmr OF Newport, [R. I.]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 50, 
fig. 372. 

Solenomya borealis Morse, Biol. BuU., 1913, vol. 25, p. 261. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Old Orchard. 

Mass. — Chelsea Beach; Nahant; Annisquam; Coffin's Beach; 
Cuttyhunk. 
R. I. — Newport 
Conn. — Stonington. 

. NUCULIDAE. 

^ucula prozima truncula Dall. 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1898, vol. 3, pt. 4, p. 574. 
'* Long Island Sound northward to Nova Scotia." 
NtunUa proonma Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 150, fig. 458. 

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If tiail* proilma orate (Verrfll sad Bsh , 

Sucula promna var. orato Vcnill sad Boalu Proc U. S. Nat. 

Mas., 1898, vol. 20, p. 852, pL 81, % 6; pL S8, % 5u " VDreTAM> 

SoUJn), OFF CCTTTHUJnL" 

\Lu9e. — Vineyard Sound, off Cattyfannk, in IS CatfaoiBs^ 

^tiaila <Mplllllodoilte ^Cgfaeb and Adams. 

yii^tds and Adams, Boston Joom. Nat. Hkt^ 1S42, voL 4, p. 40^ 
pi. 4, fig. 5. " CAfiCO Bat." Gould. Inv. Maaa^ 1870, p. 153, 
fig. 461- 

Me. — Casco Bay, 5 to 95 iatfaoms; Frmcfaman's Bay, 4 to 50 
fathoms; Eastport, 10 to 100 fadioms. 

Maim».— Off O^ Ann, 30 £athone; off Gay Head, 19 £athoms; 
Revere; Duxbory. 

R. I.— East of Block Island, 29 fadMxns. 

^tiaila tennis (Montagu). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 149, fig. 457. 

Area tenuis Montagu, Test. Brit., Soppl., 1808, p. 56, pL 29,. 

fig. 1. "XEAB DUXBAB, [ScOTLAND]." 

Me.— Casco Bay; Frendmian's Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; East- 
port, 15 to 20 fathoms. 
Ma««,— " Georges Banks." 
CoxN. — TStonington (linsley). 

Mnetila suborate Verrill and Bush. 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1S9S, vol. 20, p. 852, 
pi. 81, fig. 8; pi. 83, fig. 5. " between N. lat. 40°, W. long. 71°^ 
14' 30", and X. lat. 37^ 8', W. long. 74° 33', in 157 to 444 fath- 
omh/' 

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LEDIDAE. 

*Leda tenuisulcata (Couthouy). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 161, fig. 468. 
NtunUa tenuindcata Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, 
vol. 2, p. 64, pi. 3, fig. 8. "Mass. Bay." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 35 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 to 35 fathoms. 

N. H.— Off Isles of Shoab, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Prom fish caught off Nahant; Provmcetown; Duxbury; 
Georges Bank, 40 to 150 fathoms. 

R. I. — Newport. 

Leda acuta (Conrad). 

NtunUa acuta Conrad, Amer. Marine Conch., 1832, p. 32, pi. 6, 
fig. 3. "Virginia" (fossil). 

Leda tmca Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1881, vol. 3, p. 401. 

Seventy-three miles south of, Marthas Vineyard, 65 to 219 
fathoms. 

R. I. — South of Newport, 85 to 155 fathoms. 

Leda caudata (Donovan). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 165, fig. 471. Verrill and Bush, 
Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 855, pi. 82, fig. 1. 

Area caudata Donovan, Brit. Shells, 1801, vol. 3, pi. 78. " Kent- 
ish COAST, [England]." 

Gulf of Maine, N. lat. 42^ 57', W. long. 69^ 50', 102 fathoms. 

Leda pemula (Miiller). 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 855. 
pi. 82, fig. 2. 

Area pemtda Miiller, Beschaft. Berlin. Naturf. Ges., 1779, vol. 
4, p. 57. [Locality?] 

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Toldia ca8c5en8i8 (Mighels and Adams). 

Nvcula cascoerma Migheb and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist.» 
1842, vol. 4, p. 40, pi. 4, fig. 6. " Casco Bay." 

Me. — Casco Bay, from stomach of haddock. 

*Yoldia (Portlandia) thraciaeformis (Storer). 

Nvcula thraciaeformis Storer, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, 

vol. 2, p. 122, fig. " FROM THE BTOMACH OF A PlATESSA * * * 
CAUGHT OFF PrOVINCETOWN, CaPE CoD." 

Yoldia thraciaeformis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 157, fig. 465. 
Megayoidid thraciaeformis Verrill and Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1897, ser. 4, vol. 3, p. 55, fig. 17. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 15 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 28 fath- 
oms; Eastport, 10 fathoms. 
Mass. — Off Cape Cod, in about 30 fathoms. 

Toldia (Blicroyoldia) regularis (Verrill). 

Yoldia regularis Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 228. 
" OFF Martha's VineVard, in 349 fathoms." 

Microyoldia regvlaris Verrill and Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1897, 
ser. 4, vol. 3, p. 56, figs. 5, 6. 

Mass.— Off Thatcher's Island, 98 fathoms. 

*Yoldia (YoldieUa) lucida (Lov^n). 

Yoldia lucida Lov^n, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet.-Akad. Forh., 1846, vol. 
3, p. 188. " Boh[u8] — Finm[ark]." 

Yoldia obesa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 155, fig. 463. 

YoldieUa lucida Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, 
vol. 20, p. 861, pi. 77, fig. 2; pi. 80, fig. 3. 

Me. — Casco Bay and off Cape Elizabeth, 30 to 95 fathoms. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; near the Georges Bank, 110 to 150 
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Toldia (YoldieUa) iris stricU (VerriU and Bush). 

Yoldiella iris var. siricta Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 
1898, vol. 20, p. 864, pi. 80, fig. 1. " off Cape Sable, 90 fathoms." 

Gulf of Maine, off Cape Sable, 90 fathoms. 
Toldia (Yoldiella) inibita (Verrill and Bush). 

YoldieUa inflata Verrill and Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1897, ser. 4, 
vol. 3, p. 56, figs. 3, 4, 11. " SOUTH of Georges' Bank to Cape 
Hatteras." 

Georges Bank, N. lat 41^ 53', W. long. 66^ 35', 75 fathoms. 

Yoldia (Yoldiella) subangulata (Verrill and Bush). 

Yoldiella svbangtdata Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 
1898, vol. 20, p. 865, pi. 77, fig. 3; pi. 79, fig. 6. [off Isles of 
Shoals.] s 

N. H.— Off Isles of Shoals, 51 fathoms. 

Yoldia (Yoldiella) lenticula ambUa (VerriU and Bush). 

Yoldiella lentUnda (Moller) var. amblia Verrill and Bush, Proc. 
U. S. Nat Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 866, pi. 80, fig. 9; pi. 81, fig. 4. 
" NORTH OF Cape Cod." 

Mass.— North of Cape Cod, 110 to 122 fathoms. 

Yoldia (Yoldiella) fratemla (Verrill and Bush). 

Yoldiella fratema Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, 
vol. 20, p. 867, pi. 80, fig. 5; pi. 82, fig. 8. " between N. lat. 
47^ 40', W. LONG. 47^ 35' 30", and N. lat. 37^ 8', W. long. 74^ 33'.'* 

Yoldia frigida Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 279 
(in part: rum Torell). 

Off the New England coast in 90 to 1608 fathoms. 

Yoldia (Yoldiella) frigida ToreU. 

Yoldia frigida Torell, Bidrag Spitz. Moll., 1859, p. 148, pi. l,fig. 3. 



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[Spitzbergen.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 573, 
pi. 44, fig. 2. 

Yoldiellafrigida Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, 
vol. 20, p. 872, pi. 79, fig. 4. 

Gulf of Maine and Jeflfrey's Ledge, 88 to 92 fathoms. 
Mass. — Oflf Cape Cod, 106 fathoms; oflf Marthas Vineyard, 153 
to 312 fathoms. 

Yoldia (Yoldiella) inconspicua (Verrill and Bush). 

YoldieUa inconspicua Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
1898, vol. 20, p. 869, pi. 79, figs. 3, 5. " N. iat. 42^ 33', W. long. 
69^ 58.5', AND N. LAT. 35^ 12' 10", W. long. 74^ 57' 15", in 100 to 

705 FATHOMS." 

Mass. — QfiF Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 705 fathoms. 



LIMOPSIDAE. 

Limopsifl minuta (Philippi). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 576. Verrill and 
Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 846, pi. 75, fig. 1; 
pi. 78, fig. 7. 

Pedunctdus minutus Philippi, Enum. Moll. Siciliae, 1836, vol. 1, 
p. 63, pi. 5, fig. 3. [Sicily.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 93 to 715 fathoms. 

Limopsifl aflinis Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, p. 442. [off Marthas 
Vineyard.] Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, 
p. 846, pi. 75, fig. 2. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 197 fathoms. 



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^Arca (Scapharca) transversa Say. 

Area transversa Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 269. " COAST OP the United States." (Jould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 148, fig. 456a. 

Mass. — Chatham; Buzzards Bay; Marthas Vineyard; Nan- 
tucket; Wellfleet 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay; Greenwich Bay; near Watch Hill. 
Conn. — QfiF New London; New Haven; Stratford. 

Area (Bathyarca) pectunculoides Scacchi. 

Area pectunculoides Scacchi, Test. Napolitani, 1832; Ann. Civ. 
d. Sicil., 1836, vol. 6, p. 82. VerriD, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 573, pi. 44, figs. 5, 6. 

Me.— Off Casco Bay, 94 fathoms; Cashe's Ledge, 27 to 90 
fathoms; Gulf of Maine, 110 to 150 fathoms. 

Mass.— Off Cape Cod, 92 to 122 fathoms; Georges Bank; south 
of Marthas Vineyard, 76 to 506 fathoms. 

Area (Bathyarca) pectunculoides septentrionalis G. O. Sars. 

Area pectvnculoides var. septentrionalis G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. 
Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 43, pi. 4, fig. 2. " Hasvio [Norway.] " 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 79 to 500 fathoms (Verrill). 

Area (Bathyarca) pectunculoides frielei Friele. 

Arcafrielei Friele (ex Jrffreys ms.), Nyt Mag. f. Naturv., 1877, 
vol. 23, pt. 3, p. 2. [North Atlantic] Jeffreys, Proc. Zool. 
Soc. London, 1879, p. 573, pi. 45, figs. 4, 4a. 

Area pectunculoides var. frielei Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 574. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 487 fathoms. 



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Area (Bathyarca) pectunculoides crenulata Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 575. "off Martha's 
Vineyard." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 120 fathoms. 

Area (Bathyarca) anomala (Verrill and Bush). 

Bathyarca anomala Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 
1898, vol. 20, p. 844, pi. 77, fig. 8. " off Cashes Ledge, [Gulf 
OF Maine]." 

Me. — Off Cashes Ledge, Gulf of Maine, 27 fathoms. 



PTERIIDAE. 
Pteria hirundo vitrea (Reeve). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1898, vol. 3, pt. 4, p. 670. 

Avunda vitrea Reeve, Conch. Icon., Avicula, 1857, vol. 10, pi. 18, 
fig. 68. " West Indies." 

Avicula hirundo var. nitida Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 1881, 
vol. 3, p. 402; Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 582, pi. 58, fig. 43. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard; found in considerable 
numbers adhering to hydroids, in 65 to 192 fathoms (Verrill). 

OSTREIDAE. 

'*'08trea virginica Gmelin. 

The Oyster. 

Gmelin, Syst Nat, 1790, vol. 1, pt 6, p. 3336. "Oceano 

AMERICANO ET INDICO." 

Ostrea virginiana Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 202. Brooks, The 
Oyster, Baltimore, ed. 2, 1905. 

Ostrea borealis Lamarck, Hist Nat. Anim. sans Vert., 1819, vol. 
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0. mrffinica var. meadii Davis, Apteryx, 1905, vol. 1, p. 117, pi. 9, 
fig. E (young). 

Formerly living in Casco Bay and Damariscotta, Me.; once 
abundant in various parts of Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays. 
Still living in Oyster River, Great Bay, N. H. Common in Vine- 
yard Sound, Buzzards Bay, Narragansett Bay, and Long Island 
Sound. Southern oysters have been planted for a nimiber of years 
in the waters of R. I. and Conn. 

UNIONIDAE. 

'*'Lamp8ili8 ventricosa (Barnes). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 38. 

Unio verdricosus Barnes, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1823, ser. 1, vol. 6, 
p. 267, pi. 13, fig. 14. " THE WiscoNSAN * * * Mississippi, near 
Prairie du Chien." 

Unio ocddens Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1830, new ser., vol. 
3, p. 435, pi. 10, fig. 16. 

Vt. — Lan|ibee's Point; Shoreham; Chimney Point, Lake 
Champlain. 

'*'Lamp8ili8 cariosa (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 43. 

Unio cariosus Say, Nich. EncycL, 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 2. 
" Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers." Grould, Inv. Mass.» 
1870, p. 172, fig. 475. 

Me. — Warren; Chickawaukee Pond; Perham Lake. 

Mass. — Connecticut River; Haverhill; ponds in Plymouth Co. 

Conn. — Connecticut and Housatonic Rivers. 

'''Lampsilis ochracea (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 49. 
Unio ochraceus Say, Nich. EncycL, 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 8^ 
" Delaware anp Schuylkill Rivers." 



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Mass. — Wayland; Wobum; Newton; Fresh Pond, Cambridge; 
Plymouth; Concord. 

R. I. — Providence; Rhodes; Warwick. 
Conn. — Stonington; Hartford. 

^Lampsilis (Proptera) alata (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat Naiades, 1914, p. 162. 
Unio (datus Say, Nich. Encycl., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 4, fig. 2. " Lake 
Erie." 

Metaptera alata Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 14. 

Vt. — Larrabee's Point; Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

*Lamp8ili8 (Proptera) gracilis (Barnes). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 181. 
Unio gracilis Bapies, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1823, ser. 1, vol. 6, p. 
274. " The Wisconsan * * * and the Lakes ". 

Metaptera gracilis Stimpson, SheUs of New England, 1851, p. 14. 

Vt. — Larrabee's Point; Shoreham; Chimney Point, Lake 
Champlain. 

Strophitus edentulus (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 345. 

Alasmodonta ederUtda Say, New Harmony (Lid.) Disseminator, 
1829, vol. 2, no. 22, p. 340. " Wabash River." 

Anodm undtdata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 182, fig. 482 (mm 
Say). 

Vt. — Lake Champlain and its tributary streams. 

Mass. — Blackstone River and its tributaries; Westfield. 

Conn. — Connecticut River at Hartford. 

Strophitus undulatus (Say). 
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Anodcnta tmdvUda Say, Nidi. Encyd., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 5. 
[United States.] 

Me. — AndrcMCoggm River at Bethd; Warren; Aroostook Co. 

N. H. — Connecticut River at Hanover. 

Vt. — Oxmecticut River at Hartland. 

Mass. — Ware; Uxbridge; BuIIoVs Pcnd, Newton. 

R. I. — Warwick; Providence; North Smithfield. 

Conn. — Housatonic River. 

^Anodonta cataracta Say. 

Say, NidL Encyd., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 4. [Untied States.] 
I^npscm, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 386. 

Anodonfiumatilis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 178, fig. 480. 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the lakes and ponds. 

^Anodonta marginata Say. 

Say, NidL Encyd., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 5. [United States.] 
Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 388. 

Anodonta fragilis Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert., 1819, 
vol. 6, pt. 1, p. 85. 

Anodonta lacustris Lea, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1860, ser. 2, 
vol. 4, p. 363, pi. 62, fig. 188. 

Me. — Salmon Brook Lake, Perham (Nylander); Warren 
(Lermond). 
Vt.— Wallingford; Otter Creek. 

^Anodonta implicata Say. 

Say, New Harmony (Ind.) Disseminator, '1829, vol. 2, no. 22, p. 
340. "Danvers, Mass." Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 
1914, p. 391. 

Anodonta newtoniensia Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1839, new 
sen, vol. 6, p. 79, pi. 21, fig. 66. 



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Anodonia housatonica Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, 
vol. 48, p. 277. 

Anodon implicata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 180, fig. 481. 

Me. — Warren (Lennond) ; pond near Eastport (Mighels). 
Mass. — Agawam River, East Wareham; Mystic. Lake, Arling- 
ton. 

R. I. — Cunliff Pond, Providence; Warwick; North Smithfield. 
Conn. — Hartford. 

^Anodonta grandis benedictensis (Lea). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 423. 
Symphynoia benediderms Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1837^ 
vol. 5, p. 104, pi. 16, fig. 48. " Lake Champlain." 

Vt. — Lairabee's Point; Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

Anodontoides ferussacianus (Lea). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 467. 
Anodonta ferusaadana Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1837, new 
ser., vol. 5, p. 45, pi. 6, fig. 15. ** Omo River, near Cincinnati.*'' 

Conn. — Whitneyville (Linsley). 

Symphynota compressa Lea. 

Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1830, new ser., vol. 3, p. 450, pi. 12,. 
fig. 22. " Omo * * * Norman's Kill, near Albany." Simpson^ 
Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 481. 

Vt. — Streams west of the Green Mountains (Adams). 

Symphynota compressa plebeia (C. B. Adams). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 483. 
Unio c(ympres8U8 var. plebeius C. B. Adams, Thompson's Hist. 
Vt, 1842, pt. 1, p. 166. " Middlebury, [Vt.]" 

Vt. — Middlebury (Adams); creek near Mallett's Bay (Perkins)* 
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^Symphynota costata (Rafinesque). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat Naiades, 1914, p. 488. 

Alatmidonta coHata Rafinesque, Ann. 6^n. Sd. Phys. Bnupelles, 
1820, vol. 5, p. 318, pi. 82, figs. 15, 16. [Kentuckt Rivbb.] 

Alasmodontarugoaa Barnes, Amer. Joum. Sd., 1823, ser. 1, vol. 6, 
p. 278, pi. 13, fig. 21. C. B. Adams, Thompson's Hist Vt, 1842, 
pt 1, p. 165. 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain and streams west of the 
Green Momitains (Adams). 

^Alasmidonta undulata (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat Naiades, 1914, p. 494. 
Manodania undtdata Say, Nieh. Encyd., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, fig. 3. 
" Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers." 
MargarUana trndviata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 176, fig. 478. 

Me. — Eagle Lake; Fish River; Androscoggin River; Rangeley; 
Warren. 

N. H. — Concord; Connecticut, Hanover. 

Vt.— Hartland. 

Mass. — Milton; Sudbury; Wellesley; Andover; Blackstone 
River, Uxbridge. 

R. I. — Blackstone River, Pawtucket; Warwick. 

Conn. — Connecticut and Housatonic River; Meriden. 

^Alasmidonta heterodon (Lea). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat Naiades, 1914, p. 499. 
Unio heterodon Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1830, new ser., 
vol. 3, p. 428, pi. 8, fig. 11. " Schuylkill and Derby Creek, Pa." 

N. H. — Connecticut River, at Hanover and Cornish. 
Vt. — Connecticut River, at Hartland. 
Mass. — Westfield. 

Conn. — Connecticut River; Little River; Housatonic River; 
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^Alasmidonta marginata (Say). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 504. 
Alasmodonta marginaia Say, Nieh. Encycl., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 3, 
fig. 5. [United States.] 

Margariiana marginata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 177, fig. 479. 

Me. — Westbrook, Dennys River. 
N. H. — Connecticut River, Hanover. 
Vt.— Otter Creek, Wallingford. 

Mass. — Blackstone River, Andover; West Brookfield; Sher- 
bom. 

R. I. — Cunliff Pond, Providence. 
Conn. — Housatonic River, Derby. 

*Unio complanatUB (Dillwyn). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 167, fig. 472. Simpson, Descriptive 
Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 651. 

My a compUmaia Dillwyn, Catalogue, 1817, vol. 1, p. 51. " riv- 
ers IN Virginia. * * * Maryland and New Jersey. * * * Missis- 
sippi." 

Me. to Conn. — Common in almost every stream and pond. 

Unio complanatus mainensis Rich. 

Rich, Science, 1915, new ser., vol. 42, p. 580. "Songo Pond, 
about three bhles south of Bethel, Me." 

Me. — Ponds and lakes of Oxford Co. 

*nnio roanokensis northamptonenBis Lea. 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 668. 

Unio northampUmensis Lea, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1861, 
p. 392. " Connecticut River, at Northampton. At Spring- 
field *** below Hartford ♦** Neuse River, N. C." Lea, 
Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1862, ser. 2, vol. 5, p. 190, pi. 25, fig. 
260. 

Mass. — Northampton; Springfield. 
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MARGARITANIDAE. 
^Margaritana margaritifera (Urmi). 

Simpson, Descriptive Cat. Naiades, 1914, p. 513. 

Mya margaritifera Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 67U 

" IN TOTIUS ORBIS ARCTICI CATARACTIS." 

Margaritana arcuata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 174, fig. 477. 

Me. — Aroostook Co.; Scarboro; Warren; Hebron. , 

Vt. — Winooski River. 

Mass. — Haydenville; Southampton; Lunenburg; Ware. 

R. I.— Exeter. 

Conn. — Tumbull River (Linsley) ; Waterford; Bristol; Granby. 

PECTINIDAE. 

'''Pecten (Chlamys) islandicus Miiller. 

Pecten islandicus Miiller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 248» 
[Denmark.] 

Chlamys islandica Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1897, vol. 10, p. 72, 
pi. 16, figs. 2-56; pi. 20, fig. 9; pi. 21, fig. 2; var. insculpta Verrill, 
ibid,, p. 73. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 45 fath- 
oms; Eastport. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; off Marthas Vineyard, 69 to 194 
fathoms; Georges Bank, 40 to 65 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington in an eel-pot (Linsley). 

Pecten (Chlamys) costellatus (Verrill and Bush). 

Chlamys costeUata Verrill and Bush in Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1897, vol. 10, p. 75. " off the coast of Newfoundland 
IN 67 TO 72 fathoms." 

Mass. — Off Half-way Rock, Marblehead, in 30 fathoms (Balch). 

Pecten (Aequipecten) glsrptus Verrill. 

Pecten glyptus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 580. 
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Peden tryoni Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. ZooL, 1889, vol. 18, p. 438, 
Chlamys (Aequipecten) glypta Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1897. 
vol. 10, p. 76, pi. 16, figs. 7-11. 

Mass. — Qflf Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 120 fathoms. 

^Pecten (Plagioctenium) gibbus borealis Say. 

Ostrea gihba Linn^, Syst Nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 698. 

Peden borealis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 260. " New England." 

Peden irradians Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 199, fig. 496 {non 
Lamarck). 

Peden gtbbus var. borealis Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst Sd., 
1898, vol. 3, pt 4, p. 747. 

Mass. to Conn. — The common scallop of southern New Eng- 
land. 

^Pecten (Placopecten) magellanicus (Gmelin). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1898, vol. 3, pt 4, p. 726. 

Ostrea mageUanica Gmelin, Syst Nat, 1790, vol. 1, pt 6, p. 3317. 
*' Freto Maoellanico." 

Peden tenuicostcUua Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. 
Hist, 1842, vol. 4, p. 41, pi. 4, fig. 7. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 
196, fig. 494. 

Peden fuscua Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, vol. 48, 
p. 278. 

Peden dinUmius Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 261 
inon Say). 

Me. — Casco Bay, 4 to 10 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 3 to 10 
fathoms;* Eastport. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury; Vineyard Sound* 
Creorges Bank, 45 fathoms. 

R. I.— Off Watch Hill; oflf Block Island; Point Judith. 

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Pecten (Camptonectes) Yitreus (Gmelin). 
Ostrea vUrea Gmelin, Syst. Nat, 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, p. 3328. 

"OCEANO SEPTENTRIONALI." 

Pecten vitreus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 580, 
pi. 42, fig. 21. 

Camptonectes {PaUiolum) vUrea VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1897, 
vol. 10, p. 65, pi. 18, figs. 6-14. 

Mass. — Ofif Marthas Vineyard in from 100 to 506 fathoms; 
northward in 57 to 400 fathoms, attached to various objects, chiefly 
to the gorgoniah corals (Verrill). 

Pecten (Camptonectes) striatus Miiller. 

Pecten striatua Miiller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 248; ZooL 
Danica, 1788, vol. 2, p. 26, pi. 60, figs. 3-5. [Denmark.] Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 233. 

Camptonectes (PaUiolum) striata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad.,. 
1897, vol. 10, pp. 62, 66, pi. 18, figs. 14, 14a. 

Mass. — Ofif Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 

Pecten (Pseudamusium) pustulosus VerriU. 

Pecten pustulosus Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1873, ser. 3, vol. 5^ 
p. 14. "near St. George's Bank " [and Gulp op Maine.] 

Pecten hoskynsi var. pustvlosus VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882,. 
vol. 5, p. 581, pi. 42, figs. 22, 22a. 

Pecten (Pseudamusium) imbrifer DaU, BuU. Mas. Comp. Zool., 
1886, vol. 12, p. 220 (in part; ncm Lov^n). 

Cyclopecten pustulosus VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1897, vol. 10,. 
p. 83, pi. 19, figs. 3, 4. 

Gulf of Maine, 150 fathoms. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 120 to 365 fathoms. 

Pecten (PseudamuBium) subimbrifer (VerriU and Bush). 

Cyclopecten subimbrifer Verrill and Bush in Verrill, Trans. Conn, 
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United States." Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
vol. 20, p. 840, pi. 85, figs. 8, 9. 

Peden hoskynai Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 581, 
pi. 44, fig. 11 {rum Forbes, 1844). 

Gulf of Maine, 115 to 150 fathoms. 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, 120 to 365 fathoms. 

Pecten (Propeamusium) thalassinus Dall. 

Peden (Psevdamusium) thalassinus Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 
1886, vol. 12, p. 221. " off Martha's Vineyard " and " off 
Havanna." 

Peden fenedratus Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1881, vol. 3, 
p. 403 (mm Forbes, 1844). 

Propeamusium thcdassinum Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1897, 
vol. 10, p. 87, pi. 19, figs. 5-7. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 86 to 310 fathoms; most numer- 
ous in 93 to 100 fathoms (Verrill). 

LIMIDAE. 
Limaea subovata (Jeffreys). 

lAma svbovata Jeffreys, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist., 1876, ser. 4, vol . 
18, p. 427. " OFF the north-western coast of Ireland * * * 
between the Hebrides and Faroe Isles*** and between 
THE Faroes and Shetland * * * off the Azores * * * Palermo." 
Jeffreys, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 563, pi. 45, fig. 2. 

limaea subvota (sic) Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 580. ^ 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 500 fathoms (Verrill). 

\ ANOMUDAE. 

*Anomia aculeata Miiller. 

Miiller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 249. [Denmark.] Gould, 
Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 204. fig. 498. 



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Me. — Common in Casco Bay and northward, low water to 80 
fathoms. 
Mass. — Off Gay Head, 10 fathoms; Duxbuiy. 
Conn. — Off Stonington, 4 to 5 fathoms. 

^Anemia simplez d'Orbigny. 

d'Orbigny, MoU. Cubana, 1845, (Spanish ed.), vol. 2, p. 367, pi. 
38, figs. 31-35. [Cuba.] 

Anomia epkippium Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 204, fig. 497 (non 
Linn^). 

Anomia eledrica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 205, fig. 499 {turn 
Linn^). 

Anomia sqiuimula Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 206 {non Linn^. 

Anomia glabra Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 213. 

Me. to Conn. — Common south of Cape Cod, adhering to oysters 
and scallops. 

MYTILIDAE. 

^MytiluB edulifl Lum^. 

Linn^, Syst. Nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 705. " O. Europaeo, 
Indico & Balthico." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 183, fig. 483. 

Me. to Conn. — The common edible mussel. 

*M3rtilu8 edulis pellucidus Pennant. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 184, fig. 484. 

Mytilua pellucidus Pennant, Brit. Zool., 1777, vol. 4, p. 95, pi. 
63, fig. 75. " Anglesea, [England.] " 

Me. to Conn. — Common, associated with the typical fonn. 

*Mytilu8 (Hormomya) recurrus Rafinesque. 

Mytilvs recurvus Rafinesque, Ann. G^n. Sci. Phys. Bruxelles, 
1820, vol. 5, p. 54. "le Mississippi pr4s de la Nouvelle- 
Orleans." 



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Mytillus hamattuf Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. I, 
vol. 2, p. 265. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. — New Haven Harbor (Perkins, 1870). Introduced in 
the planting of southern oysters in these waters. 

^Modiolus modiolus (Linn^). 

Lamarck, Prod. Nouv. Class. Coq., 1799, p. 87. 

Mytilus modioltu Linn^, Syst. Nat, ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1158. 

" M. MEDrrERRANEO, NORVEGICO." 

Modiola modiolus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 186, fig. 485. 
Me. to Conn. — Common, from low water to 80 fathoms. 

^Modiolus (Brachydontes) demissus plicatulus (Lamarck). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1898, vol. 3, pt. 4, p. 795. 

Mytilus demissus Dillwyn, Catalogue, 1817, vol. 1, p. 314. 
" Virginia." 

Modiola jdicatula Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert., 1819, 
vol. 6, pt. 1, p. 113. No locality. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 
188, fig. 486. 

Modiola jdicatula truncata Davis, Apteryx, 1905, vol. 1, p. 117, 
pi. 9, fig. D. 

Me. — Casco Bay; mouth of the Kennebec River. 

Mass. — Salem; Revere; Chatham; Woods Hole; Edgartown. 

R. I. — Oakland Beach; Buttonwoods; Wickford. 

Conn. 

^Musculus substriatUB (Gray). 

Modiola laevigata var. /8. substriata Gray, Suppl. to Appendix to 
Parry's Voyage 1819-20, 1824, p. ccxlv. [Northwest Passage.] 



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Modiolaria discors Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 192, fig. 489 (non 
Linn^). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 15 to 20 fathoms; E^t- 
port ^ 

Mass. — Vineyard Somid, 14 to 25 fathoms. 
R.L 
Conn. — Oyster River, near New Haven (Linsley). 

'*'Mu8Culu8 niger (Gray). 

Modiola nigra Gray, Suppl. to Appendix to Parry's Voyage 
1819-20, 1824, p. ccxliv. [Northwest Passage.] 
Modiola nexa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 128, fig. 86. 
Modiolaria nigra Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 190, figs. 487, 488. 

Mass. — Provincetown; Vineyard Sound, 10 to 15 fathoms. 
Conn. — Stonington, in stomach of cod (Linsley). 

'*'Mu8Culu8 corrugatU8 (Stimpson). 

Mytilus corrugatus Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 12. 
" Eastport to Cape Cod." 

Modiolaria corrugaia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 193, fig. 491. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 15 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 10 
fathoms. 

Mass. — Ofif Marthas Vmeyard, 20 to 25 fathoms; oflf Nauset 
Light; Georges Bank. 

Conn. — Off New London. 

• '*'Crenella glandula (Totten). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 194, fig. 492. 

Modiola glandula Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 26, 
p. 367, fig. 3. " Provincetown Harbor, (Mass.)." 



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Me. — Common from Casco Bay to Eastport in 3 to 60 fathoms. 
Mass. — Marblehead, 7 fathoms; Buzzards Bay and Vineyard 
Sound, 5 to 15 fathoms. 

R. I.— Off Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington (Linsley); off New London. 

Crenella pectinula (Gould). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 195, fig. 493. 

Moduda pectinula Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 127, fig. 85. " St. 
George's Bank." 

Georges Bank. 

'''Crenella decussata (Montagu). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 578, pi. 44, fig. 7. 
Mytilus decvssatm Montagu, Test. Brit., Suppl., 1803, p. 69. 

" SconSH COAST." 

*. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 
28 fathoms; Eastport, 4 to 40 fathoms. 

N. H.— Off Isles of Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Provincetown; off Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 115 fath- 
oms; Duxbury. 

Conn. — Stonington (Linsley). 

ANOMALODESMACEA. 

PHOLADOMYACIDAE. 

Aporema arata (Verrill and Smith). i 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1903, vol. 3, pt. 6, p. 1532. 

Pholadomya arata Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 
Sci., 1881, ser. 3, vol. 22, p. 301. [off Marthas Vineyard.I 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 567, pi. 58, fig. 37. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 69 to 130 fathoms. 



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PERIPLOMIDAE. 

*Periploma fragilis (Totten). 

DaU, BuU. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 64, pi. 59, fig. 7. 

Anatina fragilis Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1835, ser. 1, vol. 28, 
p. 348, fig. 1. " Newport Harbor, R. I." 

Anatina papyracea Grould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 66, fig. 382 (rum 
Say, 1822). 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 4 to 10 fath- 
oms; Old Orchard. 
/Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 
R. I.— Ofif Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

'*'Periploma (Cochlodesma) leanum (Conrad). 

DaU, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 64, pi. 59, fig. 6. 
Anatina leana Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1831, ser. 1, 

vol. 6, p. 263, pi. 11, fig. 11. " NORTHERN COAST OF THE U. S." 

Cochlodesma leanum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 68, fig. 383. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 
Mass. — Nahant; Cape Cod; Vineyard Sound; Nantucket; 
Georges Bank. 

Conn. — Long Island Sound, 3 to 10 fathoms. 

THRACIIDAE. 

'''Thracia conradi Couthouy. 

Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1839, vol. 2, p. 153, pi. 4, 
fig. 2. " COAST OP New England." Goidd, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 69, fig. 384. Morse, Nautilus, 1913, vol. 27, p. 73. 

Thracia declivis Conrad, Amer. Marine Conch., 1832(?), p. 44, pi. 9, 
fig. 2 {mm Pennant, 1778). 

Me. — Casco Bay, 6 to 15 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 3 to 16 
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Mass. — Nahant; Revere; Vineyard Sound, 6 to 8 fathoms; 
Duxbnry. 
R. I. 

Thracia truncata Mighels and Adams. 

Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 1842, vol. 4, p. 
38, pi. 4, fig. 1. " Casco Bay, Me." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 72, fig. 386. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 20 to 
25 fathoms; Eastport. 

Mass. — Off Lynn; Massachusetts Bay; off Marthas Vineyard; 
Georges Bank. 

R. I.— Off Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

^Thracia myopsis MoUer. 

MoIIer, Kr^yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, p. 94. [Green- 
land.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 71, fig. 385. 

Thracia cotdhouyi Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 23. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 12 fathoms; East- 
port. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Georges Bank. 

PANDORIDAE. 
Pandora (Kennerleyia) brevis (Verrill and Bush). 

Kennerlia brevis Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, 
vol. 20, p. 821, pi. 88, figs. 7a, 76. 

Kennerlia glacialis Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 397 (non Leach, 1819). [off Marthas Vineyard.] 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 45 to 100 fathoms. 

^Pandora (Clidiophora) gouldiana Dall. 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1886, vol 12, p. 312. " New 
England." 



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Ifya k^alina (Umnd^ Joam. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila^ 1S31, ser. 1, 
rcL ^, p, 2^1, pl. 1 1, fig, 12. " xoRTHESX coast of the U. S." 

OMUf^sma hyalina Couthoay, Bostoa Joum. Xat. Hist^ 1839, 
vol. 2, p, 106- 

Mc to Co.vx. — ConimoD from low-vater mark to 30 fathoms. 

^LfonsU armota rMoIler). 

Gr/uld, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 65, fig. 381. 

Pandorina areno$a MoUer, Ki^yer's Natuib. Tidskr., 1842, v<J. 4, 
p, 03, [Greeklaxd.] 

Me- — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastpert. 

POROMYACIDAE. 
Poromja frantilata (Nyst and Westendorp). 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 564, pl. 44, figs. 3, 4. 



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Corbtdaf grantdata Nyst and Wes^tendorp, Nouv. Rech. Coq. 
Foss. d'Anvers, 1839, p. 6, pi. 3. figs. 3, 4. [Belgium (fossU).] 

Gulf of Maine, 150 fathoms. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 63 to 146 fathoms. 

Poromya granulata rotundata Jeffreys. 

Poromya rotundata Jeffreys, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1876, ser. 4, 
vol. 18, p. 494. [North Atlantic, 1450 fathoms.] Verrill, Proc. 
U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 396. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 65 to 115 fathoms. 

VERTICX)RDIIDAE. 

Verticordia (Trigonulina) omata caelata Verrill. 

Verticordia caelata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 
566. "off Martha's Vineyard." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1884, vol. 6, p. 278, pi. 30, figs. 9, 9a. 

Verticordia ( Trigontdina) omata Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 
1886, vol. 12, p. 29a 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 

Halicardia flezuosa (Verrill and Smith). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1895, vol. 17, p. 697, pi. 23, figs. 1, 3, 
5, 6; pi. 24, fig. 3. 

MytUimeria flexuosa Verrill and Smith in VerriU, Amer. Joum. 
Sci., 1881, ser. 3, vol. 22, p. 302. [off Marthas Vineyard.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 567, pi. 58, fig. 38. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 75 to 349 fathoms. 

Lyonaiella abyssicola (M. Sars) G. O. Sars. 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 396. 

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C^st'/AJiaU^ ptUxicid^ 'Stimpson;. 

V*r,' *ryj iJi h, Prrx;. U. S. Xat. Mus., 1S9S, vol. 20, p. S05, 

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Neaera pellticida Stimpson, Smithson. Contr. KnowL, 1853, vol. 6, 
art. 5, p. 21, pi. 1, fig. 13. " off Long Island, [New York]." 

Me. — Eastport Harbor; off Casco Bay, 50 to 95 fathoms. 



Cuspidaria glacialis (G. O. Sars). 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 800, 
pi. 71, fig. 9; pi. 73, fig. 5; pi. 75, fig. 9. 

Neaera ghdalia G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 88, 
pi. 6, fig. 8. [off Vad80, Norway.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 562, pi. 44, figs. 10a, 106. 

Me. — Off Casco Bay and in the Gulf of Maine, 50 to 180 fathoms. 
Mass. — Off Cape Ann and Cape Cod; south of Marthas Vine- 
^rd, 65 to 500 fathoms. 

Cuspidaria rostrata (Spengler). 

My a rostrata Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1793, vol. 
3, pt. 1, p. 42. [Bergen, Norway.] 

Neaera rostrata Verrill, Trans. Conn. A(»d., 1882, vol. 5, p. 562, 
pi. 58, fig. 39. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 155 fathoms. 

Cuspidaria media Verrill and Bush. 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 800, pi. 
71, figs. 5, 6; pi. 73, fig. 6. " off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — Common off Marthas Vineyard, 63 to 155 fathoms. 

Cuspidaria (Cardiomya) multicostata Verrill and Smith. 

Neaera multicostata Verrill and Smith, in Verrill, Proc. U. S. 
Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 398. "south of Martha's Vineyard." 

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^Astarte castanea picea Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. li. " Chelsea Beach, [Mass.]" 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 118. 

Mass. — Revere; Vineyard Sound. 

^Astarte castanea procera Totten. 

Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1835, ser. 1, vol. 28, p. 349, fig. 1 
" Provincetown harbor, (Mass.)." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 118. 

Mass. — Provincetown; Marblehead; Nauset. 

^Astarte Quadrans Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 81, fig. 48. " from the stomachs op 
FISH caught in Massachusetts Bay." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; off Marthas Vineyard, 19 to 25 
fathoms; off Provincetown, 20 fathoms; Georges Bank. 
Conn. — Stonington (Linsley). 

Astarte portlandica Mighels. 

Mighels, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1843, vol. 4, p. 320, pi. 16, 
fig. 2. "stomach of a haddock *** taken in Casco Bay." 
Blaney, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 19, p. 110. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 fathoms (Blaney). 

^Astarte undata Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 80. [New England.] 
AstaHe sulcata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 119, fig. 432 (mm Da 
Costa). 

Me. — Common, Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 
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ABtarte elliptica (Brown). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 124, figs. 435-437. 
Craasina eUipUca Brown, Illustr. Conch., 1827, pi. 18, fig. 3. 
** Firth of Forth and Greenock." 

Me. to Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, northward in 8 to 90 fath- 
oms (Dall). 

Astarte striata (Leach). 

Nicania striata Leach, Boss's Voyage, 1819, Appendix no. 2, 
p. bdi. " LAT. 76° 42' N., long. 76° W." 

Astarte banksii Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 125, fig. 438 {rum 
Leach). 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 20 fathoms (Blaney). 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay northward, 10 to 85 fathoms (Dall). 

CRASSATELLITIDAE. 

^Crasflinella mactracea (Linsley). 

Astarte mactracea Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, vol. 48, 
p. 275, fig. " Stonington, [Conn.] ". Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1848, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 233, figs. 1, 2. 

Oauldia mactracea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 128, fig. 442. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 3 to 10 fathoms. 
Conn. — Stonington, codfish stomach (Linsley) ; oflF New London. 

SPHAERIIDAE. 

^Sphaerium Bulcatum (Lamarck). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 33, fig. 25. 

Cychts svkcAa Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert, 1818, vol. 
5, p. 560. " LAC Georges, Am&wque septentrionale." 

Sphaerium simile Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 101, fig. 407 {nan 
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Me. — Barren Brook; Caribou; North Warren; Saoo. 
N. H. 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Maiden; Pontoostic Lake; Blackstone 
River, Uxbridge. 
R. L — Ten Mile and Blackstone Rivers. 
Conn. — Deep River; Housatonic River; Weston. 

^Sphaerium ttriatinam (Lamardc). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 37, fig. 29. 
Cydas striatina Lamard^, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert, 1818^ 
vol. 5, p. 560. " l'Am£rique septentrionale." 

Me. — Fish River; St. Johns River at Fort Kent (Nylander). 
N. H. — Connecticut River, at Cornish. 
Vt. — Hartland; Larrabee's Point. 

Mass. — Connecticut River, at Sunderland; Blackstone River^ 
Uxbridge. 
Conn. — Housatonic River. 

Sphaerium Btamineum (Conrad). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 38, fig. 30- 
Cyclas staminea Conrad, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 25> 
p. 342, pi. 1, fig. 5. " South Alabama." 

Conn. 

Sphaerium solidulum (Prime). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 36, fig. 27. 
Cyclas aolidvla Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4> 
p. 158. " Ohio." 

Conn. 

^Sphaerium vermontanum Prime. 

Sphaerium vermontana Prime, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1861,. 
p. 128. '* Vermont." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 105, fig. 410. 



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Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain; Lake Memphremagog. 
Mass. — Pontoosuc Lake, Berkshire Co. 

^Sphaerium emarginatum (Prime). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 43, fig. 38. 
Cyclas emarginata Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852,. 
vol. 4, p. 156. " Lake Superior." 

Me. — Eagle Lake. 

^Sphaerium rhomboidum (Say). 

Cyclas rhomboida Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1^ 
vol. 2, p. 380. " Lake Champlain." 

Cyclas elegans C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840^ 
vol. 3, p. 330, pi. 3, fig. 11. 

Sphaerium rhomboideum Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, 
vol. 7, art. 5, p. 39, fig. 31. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 104, fig. 409. 

Me. — Gelot Lake, New Sweden; Little Madawaska River. 
Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Readville; Newton Upper Falls; Housa- 
tonic River, Lenox. 
R. I. — Pawtucket. 
Conn. — Housatonic River. 

Sphaerium fabale (Prime). 

Cyclas fabalis Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4^ 
p. 159. " Lake Superior." 

Sphaerium fabalis Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 5, p. 40, fig. 33. 

Vt. 
Conn. 

^Sphaerium occidentale (Prime). 

Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 41, fig. 34. 
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Cydas ovalis Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat, Hist., 1853, vol. 4, 
p. 276 (non F^russac, 1807). "Oswego and Greenwich, N. Y. 

♦ ♦ ♦ Columbus, O." 

N. H.— Keene. 
Vt.— Hartland. 

^Musculium partumeium (Say). 

Cydas partumeia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 380. " NEAR Germantown, [Pa.]." 

Cydas orbundaria Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, vol. 48, 
p. 276. 

Cydas coerulea Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 161. 

Sphaerium partumeium Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 103, fig. 408. 

Me. — Great Pond, Cape Elizabeth; South Newcastle; North 
Haven. 
N.H.— Keene. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Readville; Revere. 
R. I. — Bailey's Pond, Newport; Nyatt. 
Conn.— Old Mill Hill Brook, Stratford; East Haddam. 

* MuBCUlium Becurifl (Prime). 

Cydas securis Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 160. "Massachusetts." 

Sphaerium securis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 107, fig. 413. 

Me. — Aroostook River, Caribou; Scarboro; Saco; CHd Orchard. 
Vt. — Larrabee's Point. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Neponset River, Green Lodge; Concord; 
East Wareham. 
R. I. — Pawtucket River, below Pontiac ; Bailey's Pond, Newport. 

^MuBCUlium securis cardissum (Prime). 

Cydas cardissa Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 



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p. 160. " Massachusetts *** IN Fresh Pond, near fcAii- 

BRIDGE, AND AT SaLEM." 

Me. — Square Lake Inlet; Pout Pond, Westbrook. 
Mass. — Readville; Charles River, Aubumdale. 

*Mu8CUlium deforme (H. F. Carpenter). 

Sphaerium deformis Carpenter, Nautilus, 1902, vol. 16, p. 18. 
" Coventry, R. I." 

Mass. — Agawam River, East Wareham. 
R. I. — Tiogue Reservoir, Coventry. 

MuBCUlium truncatum (Linsley). 

Cyclas truncoAa Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, vol. 48, 
p. 276. " Stonington, Stratford, and Stratfield [, Conn.]." 
Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1848, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 234, fig. 3. 

Cyclas calyculata C. B. Adams, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1841, ser. 1, 
vol. 40, p. 277 (non Drapamaud). 

Cyclas pelludda Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1853, vol. 4, 
p. 277. 

Sphaerium truncatum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 106^ fig. 411. 

Me. — Aroostook River. 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

Mass. 

R. I.— Nayatt. 

Conn. — Stratford; Stratfield; Stonington. 

MuBCUliumtenue (Prime). 

Cyclas tenuis Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 161. " Massachusetts *** New Bedford." 

Sphaerium tenue Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 5, p. 47, fig. 44. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 107, fig. 412. 

Me. — Androscoggin RiVer. 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 



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MuBCUlium tranflyersum (Say). 

Cydas transversa Say, New Harmony (Ind.) Disseminator, 1829, 
vol. 2, p. 356. [North Kentucky.] 

Sphaerium transversum Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 5, p. 48, fig. 45. 

Me. — Stroudwater (Norton). 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

MuBCulium winkleyi Sterki. 
Sterki, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 66. " Old Orchard, Me.; 

VICINITY OF DaNVERS, MaSS." 

Me. — Old Orchard; Avon. 

Mass. — Dan vers; Cambridge; Wobum; Duxbury. 

MuBCulium roBaceum (Prime). 

Cyclas rosacea Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 155. " Pennsylvania *** IN the Schuylkill." 

Sphaerium rosaceum Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 5, p. 50, fig. 48. 

Me. — Sandy River, Franklin Co. ; Georges River, North Warren. 
Mass. — Charles River, Aubumdale; Milton. 

*Mu8CUlium rykoltii (Normand). 

Cyclas rykoltii Normand, Notes sur Quelques Nouvelles Cy- 
clades, 1844, p. 7, figs. 5, 6. [France.] 

Calycidina rykoltii Clessin, Martini and Chemnita^'s Conch. 
Cab., 1879, vol. 9, Monogr. Cycladeen, p. 257, pi. 40, figs. 20-27. 

Me. — Warren; Thomaston. 

MuBCUlium panrum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 67. " Omo; a swamp near 
Uhrichsville; also in Stark and Summit Counties." 

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^Pisidlum abdltum Haldeman. 

Haldeman, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1841, vol. 1, p. 53. 
"Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania.'* Grould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. If3, figs. 425, 426. 

Cyclas minor C. B. Adams, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1844, 
vol. 1, p. 48. 

Me. — Woodland; Bethel; Dennysville; Saco; Old Orchard; 
Ft. Fairfield. 

N. H.— Keene. 

Vt. — Weybridge. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Stow; Revere; Danvers; Dalton; Dux- 
bury. 

R. I. 

Conn. 

Pisidlum inornatum Sterki. 

Sjerki, Nautilus, 1911, vol. 25, p. 3. " swampy land, Roanoke, 
Randolph Co., Ala." 

Mass. — Duxbury. 

*PiBidlum aequilaterale (Prime). 

Prime, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 6, p. 366, pi. 12, 
figs. 23-25. "Augusta, Me." Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 
1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 63, figs. 65, 66. 

Me. — Portage Lake; Little Madawaska River; Sebec Lake; 
Orono; Saco. 
N. H.— Keene. 

Mass. — Winchester; Waltham; Newton Upper Falls; Danvers. 
Conn. 

^Pisidlum f errugineum Prime. 

Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, p. 162. "Sa- 
lem * * * Cambridge, [Massachusetts]." Prime, Smithson. Misc. 
Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 71, figs. 77, 78. 



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Me. — Fogelin's Lake, New Sweden; Jefferson; Saco; Portage 
Lake. 

Mass. — Waltham; Newton Upper Falls; Danvers; Wareham; 
Duxbury. 

^Pisidlum Tirginicum (Gmelin). 

' Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, voL 7, art. 5, p. 61, figs. 61, 62. 
Tellina virginica Gmelin, Syst Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt, 6, p. 3236. 

" IN VlKGINIAB FLUVnS." 

Cydas dtibia Say, Nich. Encyd., 1817, pi. 1, fig. 10. 

Pisidium dvbium Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 109, figs. 415, 416. 

Me. — Saco. 

N. H. — Connecticut River at Comish. 

Vt.— Hartland. 

Mass. — Connecticut River. 

Conn. — Housatonic River. 

^Pisidlum adamaii Prime. 

Prime, in Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 16; Smith- 
son. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 63, fig. 63. 

Cydas nitida Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1842, vol. 4, p. 39, pi. 4, fig. 3 (non Jenyns). " Norway, Oxfobd 
Co., Me." 

Me. — Caribou; Cross Lake Inlet; Saco; Westmanland. 

Pisidlum minus Stimpson. 

Cydas minor Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1842, vol. 4, p. 39, pi. 4, fig. 2. " Wetbridge, Vt." 
Pisidium minus Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 16. 

Me. — Black River, Warren; Mill River; Thomaston; Dennis- 
ville. 
Vt. — Weybridge. 
Mass. — Duxbury; Wobum. 



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Pisidlum monas Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1901, vol. 14, p. 100. "Mountain Lake, 
Marquette County, Michigan." 

Me. — Georges River, North Warren. 

Pisidlum alleni Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1912, vol. 26, p. 9. "New England, New 
York." 

Me. — Hebron and Buckfield; Franklin Co. 
N.H. 

Pisidium Bphaericum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1912, vol. 26, p. 8. [Westbrook, Me., Saco, 
Me., and Ltnnfield, Mass.] "^ 

Me. — Westbrook; Georges River, North Warren; Saco, 
Mass. — Danvers; Lynnfield; Cambridge; Wobum. 

^Pisidium variabile Prime. 

Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1852, vol. 4, p. 163. " Mas- 
SACHUSETTSv" Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, 
p. 66, figs. 69, 70. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 115, figs. 427, 428. 

Me. — Caribou; Mud Lake, Westmanland, Aroostook Co.; 
Saco; Dover; Ft Fairfield. 

N.H. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Concord; Rowley; Waltham; Danvers; 
Duxbury; Wareham. 

Pisidium variabile cicer Prime. 

Pisidlum cicer Prime, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1854, voL 
6, p. 64, pi. 1, fig. 1. " Washington County, N. Y." 

Me. — Greorges River, North Warren. 



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^Pisidlum YentrieoBum Prime. 

Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1851, vol. 4, p. 68. " Mas- 
sachusetts *** Fresh Pond, Cambridoe." Prime, Smithaon. 
Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 72, figs. 79, 80. 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou; Ft Fairfield; Westmanland. 
Mass. — Fresh Pond, Cambridge; Waltham; Danvers. 

^Pisidlum rotundatum Prime. 

Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1852, vol. 4, p. 164. " Lake 
SuPERiOE." Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art 5, 
p. 72, figs. 81, 82. 

Mb. — Barren Brook, Woodland, Aroostook Co.; Rockland. 
Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

^Pisidlum compreBBum Prime. 

Prime, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1852, vol. 4, p. 164. " Mas- 
sachusetts, * * Cambridge.*' Prime, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, 
vol. 7, art. 5, p. 64, figs. 67, 68. 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou; Cross Lake, Woodland. 

N. H.— Keene. 

Vt. — Hartland; Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 

Mass. — Winchester; Wobum; Concord; Dalton; Danvers. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

^PlBidlum contortum Prime. 

Prime, Ann. Lye. Nat Hist. N. Y., 1854, vol. 6, p. 65, pi. 1, fig. 2. 
" PiTTSFiELD, Mass.," (Post-Pliocene). 

Me. — Caribou; Mud Lake; Perham and Westmoreland, Aroos- 
took Co. (Nylander). 

^Pisidlum mainenfle Sterki. 
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PiMium walkeri var. mainense Sterki^ Nautilus, 1898, vol. 12, p. 
79. " Caribou, Aroostook Co., Maine." 

Me. — Racket's Mill Brook; Woodland; Barren Brook, Caribou; 
Westmanland. 

Pisidum f allax Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1896, vol. 10, p. 20. " Omo." 

Me. — Aroostook River. 
Mass. — Groton. 

^Pisidlum fallax boreale Sterki. 

Pisidivm fallax var. 8ep[t]erUri(male Sterki, Nautilus, 1898, vol. 
12, p. 78 (rum Prime, 1895). [Minnesota and Aroostook Co., 
Maine.] 

Pisidium fallax var. boreale Sterki, Nautilus, 1899, vol. 13, p. 12. 

Pisidium faUax yar.^errans Sterki, Nautilus, 1905, vol. 19, p. 84. 

Me. — Little Madawaska River at New Sweden, and Aroostook 
River at Caribou (Nylander). 

^Pisidium pauperculum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1896, vol. 10, p. 64. PMassachusetts to 
Minnesota.] 

Me. — Caribou; Little Madawaska River, New Sweden; West- 
manland. 

Mass. — Winchester; Newton Upper Falls; Groton. 

^Pisidium pauperculum nylanderi Sterki. 

Pisidium pauperctUum var. nylanderi Sterki, Nautilus, 1898, 
vol. 11, p. 125. " Maine and New Jersey." 

Me. — Caribou Stream; Portage, Long, and Square Lakes, Aroos- 
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^PisidlummUiumHeld. x 

Held,JOken's Isis, 1836, vol. 4, p. . [Eubopf.] Sterki, 
^ Nautflus, 1899, vol. 13, p. 10. Nylander, NautUus, 1899, vol. 13, 
p. 59. 

Me. — South branch of Caribou Stream m Woodland; Gelot's 
Lake, New Sweden (Nylander). 

^Pisidlum medianum minutum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1899, vol. 13, p. 113. [Maine, New York, 
MicmoAN.] 

Me.— Lovely Brcok Bog, Ft. Fairfield; Racket's Mill Brook, 
Woodland. 
Mass. — Danvers. 

^Pisidlum Bplendldulum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1898, vol. 11, p. 113. [Maine, Michigan, and 
Washinoton, D. C] 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou; Ft. Fairfield; Warren; Saco; 
Old Orchard. 
Mass. — Danvers: Wobum. 
R. I. — Bailey's Pond, Newport; Nyatt. 

^Pisidlum roperi Sterki. 

. Sterki, Nautilus, 1898, vol. 12, p. 77. "Maine, Rhode Island, 
Indiana, Illinois, and Minnesota." 

Me. — Johnson's Brook, Ft. Kent Road (Nylander); Dennys- 
vi^e; Perham. 
Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 
Mass. — Wobum. 
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*Pl8idlum politum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1895, vol. 9, p. 75. [Ohio, Penna., Mich.^ 
III., and Minn.] 

Me. — Portage and Cross Lakes, Aroostook Co. (Nylander). 

^Pisidlum punetatum Sterki. --^ 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1895, vol. 8, p. 99, pi. 11, figs. 7-12. [streams 
OF Portage Co., Ohio.] 

Me. — Portage Lake, Little Madawaska (Nylander). 
Mass. — Wareham. 

Pisidlum punetatum simplex Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1905, vol. 19, p. 84. [Illinois; Michiqan; 
Wisconsin.] 

Me. — Caribou Stream, Woodland; Georges River, North 
Warren. 

Pisidlum regulare Prime. 

Prime, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 6, p. 363, pi. 12, figs. 
1 1-13. " MiABO Canal, near Cincinnati, Ohio." 

Mass. — Concord. 

^Pisidlum trapezoideum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1896, vol. 9, p. 124. [Canada, Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey (non Michigan, Minnesota and Texas^ 
Sterki).] 

Mass. — Cambridge (Roper Collection). 

^Pisidlum afflne Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1901, vol. 15, p. 66. [Great Lakes Region^ 
New York to Minnesota.] 



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Me.— Mod Lake, We 

Mjkm,— SewUm Upper FaDs; Wobum (WinUejr). 

Vfddtam iMflMtiun StcfkL 

Sterid, Nutans, 1906, toL 20, p. 87. "* Kkcmbot, Summit Co., 
Omo.'' 

Mam. — Danven (Wmldey). 

Ftiidtniii gnccJiMmn SterkL 
Steiid, Nautihs, 1907, voL 20, p. 99. [New Yoke, Ohio, 

MlCmOAK, InBIANA, ViBfflKIA.] 

Me. — Thomaston. 

Vt. — Chimney Point, Lake Champbun. 

Mam. — Danvcre (Wmkley); Duzbaiy. 

Piaidinm henalowanom (9i^)pard). 

Tellina kentHowana Sheppard, Trans. linn. Soc. London, Zocd., 
1823, vol 14, p. 150. [Suffolk, England.] 

Pindium henslowianvm Forbes and Hanley, Brit. MoIL, 1853, 
vol. 2, p. 131, pi. 37, fig. 11. 

Comeocydas ( Tropidocydas) henslawiana Dall, Harriman Alaska 
Exped, 1905, vol. 13, p. 145. 

Me. — Aroostook Co. 

Vt. — Chimney Pomt, Lake Champlam. 

^Piiidiom walked Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1895, vol. 9, p. 75. [Michigan, New York, 
Pennsylvania, Minnesota.] 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou; Racket's Mill Brook (N^dander). 

^Piiidium BUbrotundum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 20, p. 19. [New England, Anti- 
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Mb. — Little Mud Lake^ Aroostook Co.; Westmanland (Ny- 
lander). 

Mass. — Cambridge; Wobum; Duxbury; Wareham; Westfield. 

^Pisidium tenuissimum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1901, vol. 14, p. 99. " MicmoAN." 
Me. — Little Mud Lake, Aroostook Co. (subfossil). 

Pisidlum noYeboracense Prime. 

Prime, Ami. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1853, vol. 6, p. 66, pi. 1, fig. 3. 
" Washington *** AND Herkimer Counties, N. Y." Prime, 
Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 5, p. 67, fig. 71. 

Me. — Buckfield (J. A. Allen); Fogelin's Lake, Aroostook Co. 
(Nylander). 

^Pisidlum Btreatori Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1901, vol. 14, p. 100. " Canaseraoa river, 
N. Y.; Garrettsville, Ohio." 

Me. — Hebron (J. A. Allen). 

Pisidium imbecille Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1900, vol. 14, p. 5. " Byer's Trout Pond, and 
Button Lake, Kent Co., Mich." 

Me. — Aroostook Co. (Nylander). 

Pltidium veslculare Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1896, vol. 10, p. 21. " Grand Rapids, Michi- 
oan." 

Me. — Aroostook Co. (Nylander). 



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Piiidiam gUbeUnm Sterid. 

Sto-ki, Nautflus, 1913, vol. 26, p. 137. " Hess Lake, Newaygo 
Co., Mich." 

Me. — Barren Brook, Aroostook Co. 
Mass. — Aubumdale; Wareham; Femcroft. 

Piaidium lermondi SterkL 

Sterki, Nautflus, 1913, voL 26, p. 138. " Duck Pond, Wabren, 
Me." 

Me. — Duck Pond, Warren. 
Mass. — Bourne. 

^ Piaidium scutellatum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautflus, 1896, voL 10, p. 66. " Pine Lake, * * Lake 
Michigan * * Minnesota." 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou. 
Vt. — Lake Champlain. 

*Piaidium costatum Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautflu3, 1903, vol. 17, p. 22. " Fossil in a marl bed 
AT Monitor, Bay Co., Michigan." 

Me. — Mud Lake, Westmanland (subfossfl). 

CARDITIDAE. 
*Venericardia (Cyclocardia) borealis (Conrad). 

Dall, Proc. Acad. Nat.Sci. Phfla., 1902, vol. 54, p. 703. 

Cardita horealis Conrad, Amer. Marine Conch., 1832, p. 39, 
pi. 8, fig. 1. "Massachusetts." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 146, fig. 455. 

Me. — Casco Bay, common; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 

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Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 10 to 25 fathoms. 
R. I.— QflF Block Island, 29 fathoms. 
Conn. — QflF New London. 

"^Venericardia (Cyclocardia) novangliae (Morse). 

Actinobolfis (Cyclocardia) novangliae Morse, First Ann. Rept. 
Peabody Acad. Sci., 1869, p. 76, figs. [New England.] 

Cyclocardia novangliae Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 684, pi. 29, fig. 215. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 15 to 35 fathoms; East- 
port. 
Mass.— QflF Gay Head, 10 to 25 fathoms; Duxbury. 
Conn. — QflF New London. 

LUCINIDAE. 

Jtfyrtaea lens (Verrill and Smith). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 804. 

Loripee lens Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 

1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 400. " off Cape Cod." 

* 

Mass.— QflF Cape Cod, 50 to 100 fathoms; south of Marthas 
Vineyard, 60 to 192 fathoms. 

"^Phacoides (Lucinoma) fllosus (Stimpson). 

DaU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 809, pi. 40, fig. 11. 
Lucina radtUa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 69 {non Montagu). 
Lucina filoea Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 17. 
" neab P[oin1t Shirlet * * * Phillips Beach [Mass.]." 

Me. — Casco Bay; near Machias. 

Mass. — Phillips Beach; Shirley Pomt, 6 fathoms; oflF Gay 
Head, 19 fathoms. 

R. I.— QflF Block Island, 29 fathoms; oflF Newport. 
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Phacoides (Lucinoma) blakeanus (Bush). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 809. 
Lucina blakeana Bush, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1893, vol. 23,. 
p. 231, pi. 2, figs. 16, 17. " OFF Cape Fear, N. C." 

Mass. 



^DivariceUa quadrisulcata (d'Orbigny). 

DaU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 815. 

Lucina divaricata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 70 (non Linn^). 

Lucina quadriavlcata d'Orbigny, Voy. Am^r. M^r., Moll., 1846,. 
vol. 5, p. 584. "Antilles." 

Lucina strigilla Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 17. 

Lucina dentata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 99, fig. 405 (non 
Wood, 1815). 

Mass. — Nahant; Chatham; Nantucket; Vineyard Sound,. 
6 to 14 fathoms. 

DIPLODONTIDAE. 

Diplodonta (Sphaerella) yerrllli Dall. 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1900, vol. 3, pt 5, p. 1180. 

Diplodonta turgida Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 
Sci., 1881, ser. 3, vol. 22, p. 303 (mm Conrad, 1848). Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 569, pi. 58, fig. 42. [off Marthas- 
Vineyard.] 

Mass. — OB Marthas Vineyard, 69 fathoms. 



THYASIRIDAE. 

Thyasira insignis (Verrill and Bush). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 785. 
Cryptodon sarsii Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
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Cryptodon inaignis Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
1898, vol. 20, p. 785, pi. 91, figs. 1, 2. " between N. lat. 44^ 54', 
W. LONG. 59^ 46' 45", and N. lat. 42*^ 19', W. long. 69^ 47^', in 

65 to 471 FATHOMS." 

Mass.— OfiF Cape Cod, N. lat. 42^ 19', W. long. 69^ 47', north- 
ward in 65 to 471 fathoms. 

*Thya8ira gouldii (Philippi). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 786. 
Lucina fiexuoaa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 71, fig. 52 {non 
Montagu, 1813). PVIassachusetts Bat.] 

Lucina gouldii Philippi, Zeitsch. fiir Malak., 1845, p. 75. 
Cryptodon gouldii Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 100, fig. 406. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 20 to 40 fathoms; East- 
port. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Wiscasset; Buzzards Bay, 6 
fathoms; Duxbury. 

R. I.— OfiF Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

ThyaBira triainuata (d'Orbigny). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 786. 

Lucina trmnuata d'Orbigny, Moll. Cubana, Spanish ed., 1846, 
vol. 2, p. 300, pi. 27, figs. 46-49. [Cuba.] • 

Cryptodon obesus Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 287, pi. 7, fig. 2. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Wiscasset. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; oflF Marthas Vineyard, 19 fathoms. 

R. I.— OfiF Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

Thyaaira plana (Verrill ahd Bush). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 786. 
Cryptodon planus Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat, Mus., 1898, 
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Thyasira (Azinulus) ferruginosa (Forbes). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 787. 

Kellia ferruginosa Forbes, Bept. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci. for 1843, 
1844, p. 192. [MoREA.] 

Cryptodon (Axinuhut) ferruginosta Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. 
Nat Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 793, pi. 87, figs. 7, 8. 

Mass.— QflF Marthas Vmeyard, 153 to 500 fathoms. 

Thyasira (Azinulus) ovata (Verrill and Bush). 

Cryptodon {Axinvhis) ovatus Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat 
Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 793, pi. 91, fig. 7; pi. 93, fig. 1. [off 
Marthas Vineyard.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 

Thyasira (Azinulus) succisa (Jeffreys). 

DaU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 788. 

Axinus incrassatus var. sticcisa Jeffreys, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist, 
1876, ser. 4, vol. 18, p. 492. " North Atlantic and Mediter- 
ranean." 

Off New England, 92 to 1366 fathoms. 

Azinopsis orbiculata G. O. Sars. 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 63, pi. 19, figs. lla--d. 
" VadsjiJ." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 569. 
Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 1901, vol. 23, p. 789. 

Me. — Broad Sound, Casco Bay, 15 to 30 fathoms; French- 
man's Bay, 15 fathoms. 

Azinopsis orbiculata inequalis Verrill and Bush. 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20. p. 794, 
pi. 92, figs. 5, 6. " Bay of Fundy." 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 15 fathoms. 
Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 18 to 26 fathoms. 



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Azinopsis cordata Verrill and Bush. 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 795, 
pi. 97, figs. 5, 6. [off Marthas Vineyabd.] 

Mass.— QflF Marthas Vineyard, 43 to 202 fathoms. 

Leptazinus minutus Verrill and Bush. 

Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 797, 
pi. 89, figs. 3-5. " N. LAT. 40^ 3', W. long. 70'' 31', in 100 fathoms." 

Mass. — QflF Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 



LEPTONIDAE. 

Kellia suborbicularis gouldi (Thomson). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1899, vol. 21, p. 889. 

^ Lepton fabagella Conrad, Amer. Marine Conch., 1831(?), p. 53, 
pi. 2, fig. 3. 

Montacuia gouldi Thomson, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1867, vol. 3, 
p. 33, pi. 1, fig. 15. " N[ew] Bedford harbor [Mass.]." 

Kellia suborbiciUaris Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 83, fig. 394 
(nan Montagu). 

Mass. — Off Salem; New Bedford Harbor. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Rochefortia planuUta (Stimpson). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1900, vol, 3, pt. 5, p. 1161,* 
pi. 45, fig. 7. 

Kellia planulaf'^ !-i^'!iipson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 17. 
" New Bedford h \ i' [ui]," etc.; Mass. 

Kellia rvhra Gouid, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 60, fig. 23 [= 33] (non 
Turton). 

Montncuta bideniata Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus , 
189S, ^ oK 20, p. 779, pi. 93, figs. 7, 8; pi. 94, fig. 6 (non Montagu,. 
non Gould); var. fragtlts, p. 7S() pi. 92, fig. 8. 



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Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport, 8 to 15 fathoms. 
Mass. — Boston Harbor, 5 fathoms; Provincetown; Vineyard 
Sound and Buzzards Bay, 1 to 8 fathoms; Duxbury. 
R. I, — QflF Block Island; Narragansett Bay; near Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Near New Haven; Branford. 

Bochefortia ovata (Jeffreys). 

Montacuta ovata Jeffreys, Proc. 2k)ol. Soc. London, 1881, p. 698, 
pi. 61, fig. 4. [off Spain.] Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. 
Mus., 1898, vol. 20, p. 781, pi. 92, figs. 9, 10. 

Mysella ovaia Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1899, vol. 21, p. 890. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 157 fathoms. 

Montacuta percompreasa Dall. 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1899, vol. 21, p. 894. '* Woods 
Hole, [Mass.]." 

TeUimya ferruginosa Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, 
p. 225, pi. 30, fig. 13 (rum Montagu). 

Mass. — At the " Gutters," N^ushon Island, near Woods Hole. 

KELLIELLIDAE. 
"^Turtonia minuta (Fabricius). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 85, fig. 395. Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. 
Mus., 1899, vol. 21, p. 895. 

Venus minuia Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 412. 
[Greenland.] 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury. 

^Aligena elevata (Stimpson). 

DaU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1899, vol. 21, p. 895. 
Montacuta elevata Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 16. 
" New Bedford harb[or] * * * Chelsea Beach, [Mass.]." 



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Movdacuta bidentata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 59. 
Kelliopsia devata Verrill and Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1898, 
vol. 20, p. 784, pi. 93, figs. 2-4; pi. 94, figs. 7, 8. 

Mass. — Revere; Wellfleet; Woods Hole; New Bedford Harbor; 
Duxbury. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay, 8^ to 10 fathoms. 
Conn. — Savm Rock, near New Haven. 

CARDIIDAE. 
^Cardium (Cerastoderma) ciliatum Fabricius. 

Cardium ciliatum Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 410. 
[Greeniand.] y 

Cardium pubescens O)uthouy, Boston Jcurn. Nat. Hist., 1838, 
vol. 2, p. 61, pi. 3, fig. 6. 

Cardium islandicum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 139, fig. 450 
(non Linn^). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 20 to 30 fathoms; East- 
port, 6 to 60 fathoms. 

Mass. — Marblehead Harbor, 7 fathoms; dS Cape Cod, 35 
fathoms; Duxbury, 20 fathoms. 

*Cardium (Cerastoderma) pixmulatum Conrad. 

Cardium pinnulaium Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 
1831, ser. 1, vol. 6, p. 260, pi. 11, fig. 8. " Massachusetts." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 141, fig. 452. 

Me to Conn. — Common, especially north of Cape Cod. 

"^Cardium (Laevicardium) mortonl Conrad. 

Cardium morUmi Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phib., 1831, 
ser. 1, vol. 6, p. 259, pi. 11, figs. 5-7. " northern coast [of 
Untted States]." 

Liocardium mortoni Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 143, fig. 453. 



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Mass. — Cohasset; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay; Nan- 
tasket; Duxbury. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay; Buttonwoods; Wickford. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

*8erripe8 groenlandicus (Gmelm). 

Cardium groenlandicum Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, 
p. 3252. " Groeniandia et Islandia." 

Aphrodite groenlandica Grould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 144, fig. 454. 

Serripes grorUandicua Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1900, vol. 23, 
p. 388. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 8 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 16 
fathoms. 
Mass. — Cape Cod Bay. 
Conn. — Off Stonington (Lmsley). 

Protocardia peramabilis (Dall). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1900, vol. 23, p. 388. 

Cardium (Ftdna) peramabilis Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 
1881, vol. 9, p. 132. [West Indies.] Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. 
Zool., 1886, vol. 12, p. 269, pi. 4, fig. 7. 

Off Rhode Island, 115 fathoms. 

VENERIDAE. 
^Callocardia (Agriopoma) morrhuana (Linsley). 

DaU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1902, vol. 26, p. 370. 

Cyiherea convexa Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1831, 
ser. 1, vol. 6, p. 261. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 131, fig. 444 
(rum Say, 1824). 

Cyiherea morrhuana Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845, ser. 1, 
vol. 48, p. 276. " CODFISH stomach, Stonington, [Conn.]." ' 

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Mass. — Marblehead; Nahant; Province town; Vineyard Sound 
and Buzzards Bay, 2 to 10 fathoms. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — Stonington; Stratford; New Haven. 

"^ Venus mercenaria Linn^. 

Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 686. " Pensylvania." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 133, fig. 445. 

Me. — Quahog Bay, in Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Revere; Provincetown; common south of Cape Cod. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay; Buttonwoods. 

Conn. — Common along the entire coast. 

*Venu8 mercenaria notata Say. 

Venus notata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 271. '' coast of the United States.'' Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 135, fig. 446. 

Mass. — Edgartown. 
R. I. — Newport; Buttonwoods. 
• Conn. — Stonington. 

Lioc3nna fluctuosa (Gould). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1^02, vol. 26, p. 364. 
Venus fiucttiosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 87, fig. 50. " Bank 
fishemes." 

Tapes fluctuosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 136, fig. 447. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 35 fathoms (Blaney). 

"^Oemma gemma (Totten). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 137, fig. 448. 

Venus gemma Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 26, 
p. 367, pi. 1, fig. 2. " Massachusetts and Rhode Island." 



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Gemma toUenii Stimpson, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1860, vol. 2, 
art. j6, no. 3, p. 3. 

Totieniana gemmu Perkins, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1869, 
vol. 13, p. 148. 

Me. to Conn. — Especially abundant on the sandy shores of 
Massachusetts. 

*Oemma gemma purpurea (H. C. Lea). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1903, vol. 3, pt. 6, p. 1332, 
pi. 24, figs. 2, 4, 4b. 

Cyrena purpurea H. C. Lea, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1842, ser. 1, vol. 
42, p. 106, pi. 1, fig. 1. " Delaware Bat." 

Gemma manhattenns Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 138, fig. 449. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound. 
R. L — Buttonwoods. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

PETRICOLIDAE. . 

*Petricola phoiadif ormis Lamarck. 

Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert., 1818, vol. 5, p. 505. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 90, fig. 398. 

Petricola fomicaia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 319. " coast of North America." 

Me. — Quahog Bay, in Casco Bay; Old Orchard Beach. 
Mass. — Salem; Revere; Cohasset; Vineyard Sound and Buz- 
zards Bay. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

*PetricoIa dactylus Sowerby. 

Sowerby, Genera Shells, 1820-1825, pi. 53, fig. 3; Thes. Conch., 
1855, vol. 2, pt. 2, p. 772, pi. 166, fig. 4. " South America." 



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Gcatranella tumida Verrill, Amer. Journ. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 286, pi. 6, figs. 3, 3a (young). 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Ipswich Beach; Lynn; Cohasset; Cataumet; Chat- 
bam. 
Conn. — Long Island, near New Haven, 4 to 6 fathoms. 

TELLINIDAE. 
*Tellina (Angulus) tenera Say. 

Tellina tenera Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 303. " COAST OF New Jersey." Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 97, fig. 403. 

Angtdus tener Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Soimd, 1873, p. 677, 
pi. 26, fig. 180; pi.* 30, fig. 223. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Ipswich Beach; Revere; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards 
Bay. 
Conn. — Stonington; New Haven. 

Tellina (Angulus) tenella (Verrill). 

Angulus modestus Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 285, pi. 6,- figs. 2, 2a {non Carpenter, 1864). [Vineyard 
Sound, Buzzards Bay and Long Island Sound.] 

Angulus teneUus Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 
677, pi. 30, fig. 224. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 6 to 10 fathoms. 
Conn. — Long Island Sound, oflF New Haven, 4 to 5 fathoms. 

Tellina (Angulus) yersicolor DeKay. 

Tellina versicolor Cozzens, in Jay's Cat. Shells, ed. 2, 1836, p. 12. 
"New-York." DeKay, Nat. Hist. N. Y., Moll., 1843, p. 209, 
pi. 26, fig. 172. 

Conn. — Stratford; Long Beach. 



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*Macoma balthica (Liim^). 

Tellina baUkica Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 677. 
"M. Balthico." 

Macomafusca Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 93, fig. 400. 

MacomafragUis Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 676, 
pi. 30, fig. 222. 

Me. to Conn. — Common, especially in the harbors and bays. 

*Maeoma calcarea (Gmelin). 

Tellina calcarea Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, p. 3236. 
"mari Islandiam circumfluente." 

Tellina sordida Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 1838, vol. 2, 
p. 59, pi. 3, fig. 11. 

Macoma proxima Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 95, fig. 401. 

Macoma sabtdoaa Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 677. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 3 to 60 fathoms;* Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 15 
fathoms; Eastport. 
Mass. — OB Cape Ann; Georges Bank. 
R. I.— QflF Block Island, 29 fathoms. 
Conn. — Stonington (Linsley). 

*lSaeoma tenta (Say). 

Tellina tenta Say, Amer. Conch., 1834, pi. 65, fig. 3. [South 
Carolina.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 96, fig. 402. 

Me. — Greorges River, near Taylor's Point, Cushing's Shore, 
6 fathoms (Lermond). 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 2 to 10 fathoms; 
New Bedford. 

Conn. — Stonington. 



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PSAMMODIIDAE. 

*TagelU8 gibbus (Spengler). 

Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 675, pi. 26, fig. 181; 
pi. 30, fig. 217. 

Solen gibbiLS Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1794, vol. 
3, pt. 2, p. 104. " I Vestindien." 

Solecurtus gibbtts Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 43, fig. 367. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay; New Bedford; 
Chatham. 

Conn. — Stratford (Linsley). 

"^TageluB diyisuB (Spengler). 

Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 676, pi. 30, fig. 218. 
Solen divUus Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1794, vol. 
3,pt. 2, p. 96. "Tunis." 

Solecurtus divisus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 44, fig. 368. 

N. H. — Hampton Beach. 

Mass. — CoflSn's Beach;' Hyannisport; Vineyard Sound and 
Buzzards Bay. 
R. I. 
Conn. — Stonington. 

SEMELIDAE. 

*Cumingia tellinoides (Conrad). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 79, fig. 390. 

Madra tellinaides Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1831, 
ser. 1, vol. 6, p. 258, pi. 11, figs. 2, 3. " northern coast [or 
United States]." 

Mass. — Provincetown; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay^ 
3 to 12 fathoms. 
R. I. 
Conn. — New Haven; off Stonington. 



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Abra aequalis (Say). 

Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 679. 
Amphidesma aequalis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 307. " southern coast [of United States].*' 

Conn. — Stonington, from cod stomach (Linsley). 

SOLENIDAE. 
Solen viridis Say. 

Say, Joiun. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 316. 
" southern coast [of United States]." Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vine- 
yard Sound, 1873, p. 675. 

R. I. 

Conn. — Stonington (Linsley). 

*En8i8 directUB (Conrad). 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1899, vol. 22, p. 107. 

SoUn diredus Conrad, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1843, vol. 1, 
p. 325. " Neuse river, below Newbern, North Carouna. 
Miocene? " 

Solen ensis var. americanus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 42, fig. 
366. 

EnsateUa americana Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 674, pi. 26, fig. 182; pi. 32, fig. 245. 

Me. to Conn. — The common " Razor Shell." 

*SUiqua costata (Say). 

Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 675, pi. 32, fig. 244. 
Solen costatus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 315. " Great Egg Harbour, New Jersey." 
Machaera costata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 47, fig. 370. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Scarboro. 
Mass. — Revere ; Nahant. 



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R. I. 

Conn. — New Haven. 

Sillqua squama (Blabville). 

Solecurttis squama Blainville, Diet, des Sci. Nat., 1827, vol. 49^ 
p. 419. " Terre-Neuve." 
Machaera squama Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 46, fig. 369. 

Not unfrequently taken from the stomachs of codfish caught at 
the Banks and sometimes off our shores (Gould). 

MACTRIDAE. 
*8pi8ula (Hemimactra) solidissima (Dillwyn). 

Dall, Nautflus, 1894, vol. 8, p. 26. 

Mactra solidissinia Dillwyn, Cat. Recent Shells, 1817, vol. l^ 
p. 140. "North America." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 73^ 
fig. 387. 

Me, to Conn. — The Common Beach Clam or Hen Clam. 

Spisula (Heznimactra) solidisBima similia (Say). 

Mactra sirmlis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser.l, 
vol. 2, p. 309. " COAST OP THE United States." 

Mass. — Provincetown. 

R. I. 

Conn. 

*8pi8ula (Hemimactra) polsmsrma (Stimpson). 

Mactra polynyma Stimpson, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1860, vol. 2, 
art. 6, no. 3, p. 3. 

Mactra ovalis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 53, fig. 32 (turn Sowerby, 
1817). Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 76, fig. 388. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport; Penobscot 
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mullnia lateralif (Say). 

Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 680, pi. 26, fig. 184, B 
(notfig. 185, B). 

Madra kOeralia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 309. "coast op the United States." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 77, fig. 389. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Lynn; Boston; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 
1 to 15 fathoms. 
R. I.— Field's Point; Bristol. 
Conn. — New Haven; Branford. 

MESODESMATIDAE. 
^Mesodesma arctatum (Conrad). 

Madra ardata Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1831, ser. 1, 
vol. 6, p. 257, pi. 11, fig. 1. "Massachusetts." 
Cenmia arctata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 80, fig. 391. 

Me. 

Mass. — Plum Island; Nahant; Truro; Chatham; Nantucket. 
Conn. — Stonington. 

Mesodesma deauratum (Turton). 

Madra deaurata Turton, Conch. Insul. Brit Dithjrra, 1830, p. 71, 
pi. 5, fig. 5. " Exmouth [England]." 

Ceronia deaurata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 81, fig. 392. 

Georges Bank (Gould). 

MYACIDAE. 
^Mya arenaria Linn^. 

linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 670. "O. Europae 
SEPTENTMONALis." Gould, luv. Msss., 1870, p. 55, fig. 375. 

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*Mya truncata Linn^. 

Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 670. " O. Europaeo/*' 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 58, fig. 376. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Georges Bank. 

CORBULIDAE. 

*Corbula contracta Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 312. 
" COASTS OF Georgia and East Florida." Gould, Inv. Mass.> 
1870, p. 60, fig. 377. 

^Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 5 to 19 fathoms. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

SAXICAVIDAE. 
*8axicaya arctica (Linn^). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 89. 

Mya ardica Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, p. 1113. " Oceano» 

NORVEGICO." 

Saxicava rugosa Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert., 1818^ 
vol. 5, p. 501. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 87, fig. 397. 

Me. to Conn. — Conimonly found adhering to other objects. 

*Cyrtodaria sillqua (Spengler). 

Mya sUiqiui Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1793, voL 
3, pt. 1, p. 48. " Newfoundland." 

Glycymeris aUiqtia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 53, fig. 374. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 5 fathoms. 
Mass. — Ipswich Bay; Nahant; off Provincetown; Buzzards 
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Panomya axctica (Lamarck). 

Iredale, Proc. Mai. Soc. London, 1915, vol. 11, p. 341. 

Olydmeris arctica Lamarck, Hist. Nat. Anim. sans Vert, 1818, 
vol. 5, p. 458. " l'Oc^an arctique, la Mer blanche." 

Mya norvegica Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1793, 
vol. 3, pt. 1, p. 46, pi. 2, fig. 18 (rum Gmelin, 1790). 

Panopctea ardica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 51, fig. 373. 

Me. — Off Casco Bay, 115 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 
30 fathoms; Eastport, 40 fathoms. Georges Bank. 

PHOLADIDAE. 
*Barnea costata (Linn^). 
Pholas costatus Linn^, Syst. Nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p; 669. 

" EUROPAE AU8TRALI8." 

Bamea (Scobina) costata Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. ScL, 
1898, vol. 3, pt 4, p. 816. 

Pholas costata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 36, fig. 363. 

Mass. — New Bedford; Woods Hole; Marthas Vineyard. 
Conn. — Long Island Sound. 

*Barnea truncata (Say). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst Sci., 1898, vol. 3, pt 4, p. 816. 
Pholas truncata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 

vol. 2, p. 321. " SOUTHERN COAST [OP UNITED StATES]." Gould, 

Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 38, fig. 364. 

Me. — Scarboro (Roper). 

Mass. — Salem Harbor (Morse); Revere; Vineyard Sound; 
New Bedford; Duxbury. 
R. I.— Bristol. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 



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*Zirfaea crlspata (Linn^). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 39, fig. 365. 

Mya crispata Linn^, Syst. Nat, ed. 10, 1768, vol. 1, p. 670. 

" O. SEPTENTRIONAXI." 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 10 
fathoms; Eastport. 

Mass. — Nahant; Phillips Beach; Woods Hole; G>hasset; 
Duxbury. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

*Xylophaga dorsalia (Turton). 

Turton, Conch. Ins. Brit, 1822, p. 253, pi. 2, figs. 4, 5. Forbes 
tod Hanley, Brit. Moll., 1853, toI. 1, p. 90, pi. 2, figs. 3, 4. 

Teredo dorsalis Turton, Conch. Diet Brit Islands. 1819, p. 185. 
" Devonshibe coast." 

Me. — Casco Bay, between Bates Island and Mink Rocks; 
Gulf of Maine, 100 to 110 fathoms. 

Martesia cuneiformis (Say). 

Verrill, Rept Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 671. Johnson, 
Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, p. 101, fig. 2. Perkins, Proc. Boston Soc. 
Nat Hist., 1869, vol. 13, p. 140. 

Pholas cuneiformia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 
1, vol. 2, p. 322. " southern coast [op United States]." 

Conn. — New Haven Bay. One specimen of this species in a 
pile of shells on the beach (Perkins). 

TEREDINIDAE. 
Teredo navalis Linn^. 
Linn^, Syst Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1267. " intra lionxtm 

NAVIUM***EX InDIIS IN EUROPAM PROPAGATA." Gould, Inv. 

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Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, in cedar buoys; 
Woods Hole in piles of wharves. 

Conn. — New Haven, in piles of wharves. 

Teredo norvaglca Spengler. 

Teredo norvagicua Spengler, Skriv. Nat.-Selsk. Kjobenhavn, 1792, 
vol. 2, pt. 1, p. 102, pi. 2, figs. 4-6. "Friedbiksvaerns Havn i 
NoBGE." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 29, fig. 366. 

The prevailing indigenous species in the Northern Atlantic seas, 
but it is rare on the American coast (Grould). 

Teredo nana Turton. 

Turton, Conch. Insul. Brit., 1822, p. 16, pi. 2, figs. 6, 7. " Tob- 
BAT, PEngland]." 

Teredo megotara Forbes and Hanley, Brit Conch., 1853, vol. 1, 
p. 77, pi. 4, fig. 6; pi. 18, figs. 1, 2; vol. 4, p. 246. Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 30, fig. 367. 

Me. — From driftwood, Ironbound Island, Frenchman's Bay 
(Blaney). 

Mass. — Provincetown; New Bedford; Cohasset. 
R. I. — Newport. 

Teredo thomsonU Tryon. 

Tryon, Proc. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1863, p. 280, pi. 2, figs. 3-5. 
" New Bedfobd, Mass.'' Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 31, fig. 358. 

Mass. — New Bedford; Provincetown. 

Teredo dilatata Stimpson. 

Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, vol. 4, p. 113. 
" Lynn, (Mass.)." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 32, fig. 359. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — From pme buoys near Cape Ann; Marblehead; Pro- 
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Teredo (Lyrodus) chlorotica Gould. 

Teredo chlorotica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 33, fig. 360. " Tiif. 

BEBS OP SHIPS THAT HAVE CRUISED IN THE PACIFIC." 

Teredo {Lyrodes) chlorotica Dall, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, 
no. 37, p. 74, pi. 68, fig. 3. 

Mass. — From timbers of ships that have cruised in the Pacific 
(Gould). 

Xylotrya flmbriata (Jeffreys). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 34, fig. 361. 

Teredo flmbriata Jeffreys, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1860, ser. 3, 
vol. 6, p. 126. " Leith, [England.] '* 

Xylotrya palmtdata Perkins, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1869, 
vol. 13, p. 141. 

Mass. — Taken from one of the timbers of "Old Ironsides" 
(Gould). 
Conn. — In an old submerged wreck near New Haven (Verrill). 



SCAPHOPODA. 
SOLENCONCHAE. 

DENTALIIDAE. 

*Dentalium entalis Linn^. 

Linn^, Syst. Nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 785. " O. Europaeo, 
Indico." 

Bentalium striolatum Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1851, vol. 4, p. 114. 

Enialis striolaia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 266, fig. 528. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 to 20 fathoms. 
N. H.— Off Isles of Shoals. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 



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Dentalium agile G. O. Sars. 

G. O. Sars, Remarkable Forms Anim. Life, 1872, p. 34, pi. 3, 
figs. 4, 5. pLoFOTEN, 200 TO 300 fathoms.] Pilsbry and Sharp, 
Manual Conch., 1897, ser. 1, vol. 17, p. 46, pi. 8, fig. 36. 

Me. — Casco Bay (Kingsley). 

*Dentalium occidentale Stimpson. 

Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 28. "coast op 
Maine, and in Mass. Bay." Pilsbry and Sharp, Manual G)nch., 
1897, ser. 1, vol. 17, p. 47, pi. 13, figs. 9-11 ; pi. 9, figs. 41-43. 

Dentalium derUale Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 166, pi. 1, fig. 6 
{non Linn^. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 fathoms; Eastport 
10 to 20 fathoms. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

Dentalium occidentale sulcatum Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 217. [off Cape 
Cod.] 

Mass. — East of Cape Cod, 75 fathoms. 



SIPHONODENTALIIDAE. 
Siphonodentalium lobatum (Sowerby). 

Pilsbry and Sharp, Manual Conch., 1897, ser. 1, vol. 17, p. 136, 
pi. 23, figs. 8-21. 

Dentalium lobatum G. B. Sowerby, Jr., Thes. Conch., 1866, vol. 3, 
p. 100, pi. 3, fig. 44. 

Siphonodentalium vitreum Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 6, p. 567, pi. 42, fig. 19. 

Gulf of Maine, 60 to 107 fathoms. 

Mass. — Qfif Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 487 fathoms. 



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Slphonodentalium (PulseUum) lofotense M. Sars. 

SiphonoderUalium lofotense M. Sars, Forh. Vid.-Selsk. Christiania 
for 1864, 1865, p. 297, pi. 6, figs. 29-33. "Lofoten." Pilsbry 
and Sharp, Manual Conch., 1897, ser. 1, vol. 17, p. 138, pi. 24, 
figs. 40-44. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 116 to 500 fathoms (Verrill). 



Cadulus JefEreysii (Monterosato). 

Hekmyz jeffreyeii Monterosato, Atd Beale Accad. Sci. Palermo, 
1875, vol. 5, p. 20. [Mediterranean.] 

Cadulus propinquus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 558, pi. 58, figs. 31, 32 {mm Sars). 

Cadulus jeffreysi Pilsbry and Sharp, Manual Conch., 1897, 
ser. 1, vol. 17, p. 164, pi. 24, fig. 39; pi. 32, figs. 44-46. 

Mass.— Qflf Marthas Vmeyard, 100 to 115 fathoms (Verrill). 



Cadulua pandionls Verrill and Smith. 

Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, 
vol. 20, pp. 392, 399. [opp Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 558, pi. 58, figs. 30, 30a. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 500 fathoms (Verrill). 

Cadulua watsonl Dall. 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1881, vol. 9, p. 34. " off C. 
San Antonio *** Yucatan Strapt." Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. 
Zo6l., 1889, vol. 18, p. 429, pi. 27, fig. 12a. Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 219. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 197 fathoms. 



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GASTEROPODA. 

SulMslass STREPTONEURA. 

ASPIDOBRANCHIA. 

ACMAEIDAE. 

*AemMa testudinalii (MOller). 

Pilsbry, Manual Condi., 1891, ser. 1, vol. 13, p. 10, pi. 9, figs. 
26-29. 

Patella testudinalia Muller, Zool. Danicae Piodr., 1776, p. 237. 
" Daniae et Norvegiab." 

Tedura iestudinalis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 267, fig. 629. 

Me. — Common along the entire coast. 

Mass. — Marblehead; Cohasset; Provincetown; Marthas Vine- 
yard. 
R. L— Watch HiD. 
Conn. — New Haven, rare. 

*Acmaea alveut (Conrad). 

Patella ahetia Conrad, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1831, ser. 1, 
vol. 6, p. 267, pi. 11, fig. 20. "Massachusetts." 

Tedura alveue Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 269, fig. 530. 

Me. — Casco Bay; North Haven; Frenchman's Bay. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

Aemaea f ergusoni Wheat. 

Wheat, Sci. Bull. Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sci., 1913, vol. 2, p. 17. 

" NORTH SHORE LONQ ISLAND, N. Y." 

CoNN. — New Haven (Perkins), see Wheat, Nautilus, 1913, 
vol. 27, p. 72. 



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LEPTIDAE. 

*Lepeta eaeca (Miiller). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 270, fig. 531. 

Patella caeca Miiller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 237. 
" Daniae et Nobvegiae." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East^ 
port 
Mass. — From stomach of fish caught off Barnstable. 

Lepetella tubicola Verrill and Smith. 

Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, 
vol. 20, p. 396. [off Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 534, pi. 58, figs. 29, 29a. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, in old tubes of Hyalinoecia 
artifex, 130 to 388 fathoms. 



FISSURELLIDAE. 
*PunctureUa princeps (Mighels and Adams). 

Cemoria princepa Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1842, vol. 4, p. 42, pi. 4, fig. 9. " from the stomach of a had- 



PunctureUa noachina Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1890, ser. 1, 
vol. 12, p. 229, pi. 27, figs. 69, 70; and authors, rum Urm4, 1771. 
Cemoria noachina Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 276, fig. 537. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East- 
port, 30 fathoms. 
Mass. — Georges Bank. 



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COCCULINIDAE. 
Coooulina beanii Dall. 

Dall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1882, vol. 4, p. 403. [south op 
Mabthas Vineyard.] Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1889, vol. 18, 
p. 347, pi. 26, figs. 2,4,8. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 335 fathoms. 

SCISSURELLIDAE. 

Seissurella erlspata Fleming. 

Fleming, Mem. Wern. Nat. Hist. Soc, 1832, vol. 6, p. 385, 
pi. 6, fig. 3. " Isle op Noss, Zetland." Forbes and Hanley, 
Brit Moll., 1853, vol. 2, p. 544, pi. 63, fig. 6. DaU, BuU. U. S. 
Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 168, pi. 48, fig. 15. 

N. H. — Hampton Beach (Morse). 

TROCHIDAE. 

*MoUeria costulata (MoUer). 

Margaritaf costulata MoUer, Krjfyer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, 
vol. 4, p. 81. [Greenland.] 

Adeorbia costtdata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 278, fig. 538. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 20 to 30 fathoms; Eastport, 30 fathoms. 
Mass. — Qflf Cape Ann; off Nantucket, 4 fathoms. 

^Margaritas hellcina (Phipps). 

Turbo helicinus Phipps, Voyage toward the North Pole, 1774, 
p. 198. "on the North side op Spitsbergen." 

Margarita arctica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 255, fig. 163. 
Margarita helicina Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 281, fig. 542. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, low tide to 20 fathoms; 
Eastport. 

Mass. — Duxbury ; Plymouth. 



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^Margaritas ollvacea (Brown). 

Turbo olivaceus Brown, Illustr. Conch., 1827, pi. 46, figs. 30, 31. 
"Gbebnock, [Engiand]." 
Margarita argerUata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 282, fig. 644. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East^ 
port 
Mass. — Off Cape Ann and Cohasset. 

Margaritas acuminata (Sowerby). 

Margarita acuminata Sowerby, Mai. and Conch. Mag., 1838, 
vol. 1, p. 26. [Arctic Ocean.] Pflsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, 
ser. 1, vol. 11, p. 287, pi. 39, fig. 55; pi. 66, fig. 6. 

Gulf of Maine; Grand Manan, in 40 fathoms on a soft muddy 
bottom off the " Swallow's Tail " (Stimpson). 

^Margaritas groanlandica (Gmelin). 

Trochvs groenlandicus Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, 
p. 3574. " Groenlandiae ltttora." 
Margarita undulata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 280, fig. 541. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 35 fathoms; Eastport 
Mass. — Phillips Beach. 

^Margaritas cinaraa (Coutfaouy). 

Turbo cinereua Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, vol. 2, 
p. 99, pi. 3, fig. 9. " viciNrrr op Cape Ann, Mass." 
Margarita cinerea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 279, fig. 539. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 30 fathoms; West 
Isles, near Eastport, 10 fathoms. 
Mass. — From fish caught in Massachusetts Bay. 

Margaritas multilinaata (DeEay). 
Margarita muMineata DeKay, Nat. Hist. N. Y., MoU., 1843, 

p. 109, pi. 6, fig. 108. " STOBiACHS OP CODPISHES ON THE COAST." 

Conn. — Stratford (Linsley). 



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Margaritas minutissima (Mighels). 

Margarita minvtissima Mighels, Boston Jouin. Nat. Hist, 1843, 
vol. 4, p. 349, pi. 16, fig. 5. "Casco Bat." Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 280, fig. 540. 

Me. — Casco Bay, from the stomach of a haddock. 

*SolarleUa obscura (Couthouy). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, ser. 1, vol. 11, p. 308, pi. 67, 
figs. 44, 45. 

Turbo obscuru8 Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, vol. 2, 
p. 100, pi. 3, fig. 12. "waters op Mass. Bat." 

Margarita obscura Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 283, fig. 545. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 35 fathoms; East- 
port, 6 fathoms. 

N. H.— QflF Isles of Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Beverly Harbor; oflf Egg Rock, near Nahant, 17 fath- 
oms; oflf Marthas Vineyard, 20 to 25 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington, from haddock (Linsley). 

Solariella obscura bella (Verkriizen). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, ser. 1, vol. 11, p. 310, 'pi. 64, 
figs. 57, 58. 

Margarita bella Verkriizen, Jahrb. Deutsch. Mai. Ges., 1875, 
p. 236. " Hammerfest." 

Me. — Eastport, 10 to 40 fathoms. 
Georges Bank, 43 to 45 fathoms. 

Solariella obscura planula (Verrill). 

Machaeroplax obscura var. planvla Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 531 . " south of Cape Cod." 

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SolarieUa obscura carlnata (Verri]l). 

Machaeroplax obscura var. carinata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 532. "off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 146 to 335 fathoms. 

SolarieUa lameUosa (Verrill and Smith). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, ser. 1, vol. 11, p. 315, pi. 57, fig. 14. 

Margarita lameUosa Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 

Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 392, 397. [off Marthas Vineyard.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 192 fathoms. 

SolarieUa ottoi (Philippi). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, ser. 1, vol. 11, p. 320, pi. 57, 
fig. 17. 

Trochus oUoi Philippi, Enum. Moll. Siciliae, 1844, vol. 2, p. 227, 
pi. 28, fig. 9. " PROPE Messinam." 

Margarita regalis Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 392, 397. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 115 to 500 fathoms. 

*CaUioBtoma occidentals (Mighels and Adams). 

Trochus ocdderttalis Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. 
Hist., 1842, vol. 4, p. 47, pi. 4, fig. 16. " Casco Bay." 

CaUiostoma ocddentalis Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1889, ser. 1, 
vol. 11, p. 393, pi. 37, figs. 2, 3. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Penobscot Bay; Frenchman's Bay; East- 
port. 

CallioBtoma bairdU Verrill and Smith. 

Verrill and Smith m Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, 
vol. 20, pp. 391, 396. [south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 530, pi. 57, fig. 26. 

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CTENOBRANCHIATA. 

EULIMIDAE. 

MelaneUa (Eulima) oleacea (Kurtz and Stimpson). 

Eulima oleacea Kurtz and Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist, 1851, vol. 4, p. 115. " Buzzard's Bay." Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 332, fig. 603. 

Mass. — In Vineyard Sound it is not uncommon on Thytme bri- 
arena in 4 to 10 fathoms (Verrill) ; Buzzards Bay, 8 fathoms. 

MelaneUa (Eulima) conoidea (Kurtz and Stimpson). 

Eulima conoidea Kurtz and Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist., 1851, vol. 4, p. 115. " North and South Carolina." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay (Sumner); Woods 
Hole (Winkley). 

MelaneUa (EuUma) Btenostonia (Jeffreys). 

Eulima stenostoma JeSreys, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1858, ser. 3, 
vol. 2, p. 128, pi. 5, fig. 7. " Zetland " [= Shetland]. 

Mass. — Woods Hole (Wuikley). 

'^MelaneUa (EuUma) sarsi (Bush). 

EuMma intermedia Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, 
p. 392 {non Cantraine, 1835). [south op Marthas Vineyard.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 535, pi. 58, fig. 20. 

Eidima earei Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1909, ser. 4, vol. 27, p. 479. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 155 fathoms. 

MelaneUa (EuUma) perversa (Bush). 

Eulimxi diaiorta Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, 
p. 392 {non Deshayes, rum Sars). [south of Marthas Vineyard.] 

Evlima perversa Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1909, ser. 4, vol. 27, 
p. 479. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 115 fathoms. 



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Pyramia fuaca C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1839, 
vol. 2, p. 282, pi. 4, fig. 9. " New Bedford, [Mass.]." 
Odostomia fuaca Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 325, fig. 594. 

Me. — Damariscotta. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Fairhaven; New Bedford; Woods 
Hole; Naushon Id. 

R. I.— Tiverton; Watch Hill. 

Conn. — Stonington; New Haven; Stratford; Branford River. 

^PyramideUa (Symola?) wlnkleyl Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 74, pi. 11, 
fig. 1. " Branford River, Conn." 

Mass. — Chatham. 

Conn.— Branford River (H. W. Winkley). 

Turbonilla (PtycheulimeUa?) polita (Verrill). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 75. 

Aclis polita Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ^r. 3, vol. 3, pp. 
210, 282, pi. 6, fig. 5. " Eastport Harbor, [Me.]." 

Eulimella polita Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 538, 
fig. 4. 

EvlimeUa ventricosa Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 380 (in part; non Forbes). 

Me. — Eastport, 20 fathoms; Isle au Haute. 

Turbonilla stricta Verrill. 

Verrill, Rept Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 659. "Long 
Island Sound, off New Haven, Connecticut." Bartsch, Proc. 
Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 76, pi. 11, figs. 6, 7. 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Naushon Id.; Buzzards Bay. 
Conn. — Ofif New Haven, 3 to 8 fathoms. 

turbonilla nivea (Stimpson). 

Chemnitzia nivea Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc* Nat. Hbt., 1851, 
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Turbonilla ( TurboniUa) nivea Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. NaU 
Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 77, pi. 11, figs. 9, 10. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay; off Grand Manan, 40 fathoms. 
Mass. — Woods Hole; off Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 
Conn. — New Haven (Perkins). 

Turbonilla (Chemnitzia) aequalis (Say). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 78. 
TurriieUa aequalis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1827, ser. 1,. 
vol. 5, p. 208. [United States.] 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 6 to 8 fathoms. 

Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) verrilli Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 82, pi. 12,. 
figs. 21, 26. " Martha's Vineyard, Mass." 

Mass. — Marthas Vineyard; Woods Hole. 

'^Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) vineae Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 83, pi. 12,. 
figs. 22, 36. " Wood's Holl, Mass., * * * Branford, Conn." 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

Conn.— Branford (H. W. Winkley). 

Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) elegantula Verrill. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 84, pi. 12,. 
figs. 30, 31. 

Turbonilla elegans Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3^ 
p. 282, pi. 6, fig. 4 {non Wood, 1842). " Vineyard Sound." 

Turbonilla elegantula Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 538. 

Mass.— Vineyard Sound, 2 to 10 fathoms; Woods Hole (" Eel 
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R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn.— Qfif New Haven, 2 to 6 fathoms; ofif Old Tower, 9 
fathoms. 

Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) elegantula branfordensis Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 85, pi. 12, 
fig. 27. "Branford, Conn." 

Mass. — Swampscott; Woods Hole. 
Conn. — Branford. 

'^Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) areolata Venill. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 86, pi. 12, 
figs. 19, 24. 

TufboniUa areolata Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 658. " NEAR New Haven [Conn.]." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 2 to 8 fathoms; Woods Hole. 

R. I.— Block Island. 

Conn. — Long Island Sound, near New Haven; Branford. 

^Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) interrupta (Totten). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 87, pi. 12, 
figs. 18, 23. 

TurriteUa interrupta Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1835, ser. 1, 
vol. 28, p. 352, fig. 7. " Newport harbor, (R. I.)." 

TurboniUa interrupta Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 331 (not fig. 
601). 

Turbonilla paeudointerrupta Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1909, 
ser. 4, vol. 27, p. 481, fig. 9. 

Me. — ?Portland Harbor, dead shell (Morse). 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 3 to 
10 fathoms. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay; Newport. 

Conn. — Oflf Thimble Island and New Haven, 3 to 5 fathoms; 
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Turbonilht (Pyrfiseus) mif helii Bartsch. 

Bartflch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 88, pL 14, 
figs. 52, 54. 

TurboniUa coshdata Verrill, Rept Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 658 (mm Risso, 1826). " near New Haven, Conn." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 1 to 5 fathoms; Woods Hole. 
Conn. — Long Island Sound, near New Haven. 

TurboniUa (Pyrgiicus) buteonia Bartsdi. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat BGst., 1909, vol. 34, p. 89, pi. 12, 
figs. 17, 28, 34. " Wood's Holl, Mass." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Woods Hole; Marthas Vineyard. 

'^TurboniUa (Pyrgiicus) winkleyi Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 90, pi. 12. 
figs. 35, 37. " Wood's Holl, Mass." 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Duxbury; Salem. 
Conn. — Branford; ofip Penfield Reef, Long Island Sound, 5 to 
10 fathoms. 



TurboniUa (Pyrgiscus) winkleyi senilis Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hbt, 1909, vol. 34, p. 92, pi. 12, 
fig. 41. " Branford, Conn." 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 
Conn. — Branford. 



TurboniUa (Pyrgiscus) sunmeri Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 92, pi. 14, 
figs. 53, 55. " Wood's Holl, Mass." 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 



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TurboniUa (Pyrgiscus) rathbuni Verrill and Smith. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 94, pi. 12, 
figs. 33, 39. 

Ttirbonilla rathbuni Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 
Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 398. [off Mabthas Vineyard, 192 

FATHOMS.] 

Mass. — Woods Hole; south of Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 321 
fathoms. 
R. I. — Newport. 

Turbonilla (Pyrgiscus) cascoensis Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 95, pi. 12, 
figs. 29, 40. " Casco Bay, Me." 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

'^OdoBtomia (Chirsallida) seminuda (C. B. Adams). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 97, pi. 13, 
figs. 45, 48. 

Jaminia seminuda C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 1839, 
vol. 2, p. 280, pi. 4, fig. 13 (not fig. 8). [Dartmouth Harbor, 

Mass.] 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards 
Bay, 2 to 10 fathoms; Woods Hole. 

R. I. — Off Newport, 12 fathoms; Sakonnet River, 3 to 11 
fathoms. 

Conn. — Near New Haven; Branford; Stratford. 

OdoBtomia (Chrysallida) bushiana Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 99, pi. 13, 
fig. 44. " Narraoansett Bay." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay, station 816, 10 fathoms. 



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OdoBtomla (Iralea) bartschi (Winkley). 

Winkley, Nautflus, 1912, vol. 26, p. 64. 

PyramideUa {Stdcorinella) bartschi Winkley, Nautilus, 1909, 
vol. 23, p. 39, fig. " WooDB HoLL, Mass." 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Chatham; Duxbury; North FahnoutL 

'^OdoBtomla (Evalina) winkleyl Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 100, pi. 13, 
fig. 47. " Branford, Conn." 

Me. — Quahog Bay (Winkley). 

Mass. — Rowley; Danvers; Duxbury. 

Conn. — Branford. 

'^OdoBtomla (Svalina) katherinae Winkley. 

Winkley, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 88. " Danvers River, 

[Mass.]." 

Mass. — Danvers. 

OdoBtomia (lolaea) henderBoni Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 101, pi. 13, 
fig. 43. " Wood's HoLL, Mass." 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

OdoBtomia (MeneBtho) impresBa (Say). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 103, 
pi. 13, fig. 51. 

TurrUeUa impressa Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 244. " Maryland." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay (Stimpson); New Bedford (Stimp- 
son). 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 



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OdoBtomla (Menestho) sulcosa (Mighek). 

PhasianeUa stdooaa Mighek, Boston Joum. Nat. Hkt., 1843, 
vol. 4, p. 348, pi. 16, fig. 4. " Casco Bay." 

Rusoella stUcosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 297, fig. 565 (fig. 
570?). 

Odostamia (Menestho) sulcata Veirfll, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
1880, vol. 3, p. 380. 

Menestho sulcata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 539, 
pi. 58, fig. 17 {mm A. Adams, 1860). 

Odostomia (Menestho) morseana Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hkt., 1909, vol. 34, p. 104. 

Mass. — Oflf Marthas Vineyard, 115 and 365 fathoms. 

'^Odostomia (Menestho) triflda (Totten). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hkt., 1909, vol. 34, p. 104, pi. 13, 
fig. 46. 

Acteon irifidus Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 26, 
p. 368, figs. 4a, 4b. " Rhode Island." 

Me. — Newcastle; Sheepscott River. 

Mass. — Lynn; Massachusetts Bay; Woods Hole; New Bed- 
ford; Weepecket Id. 

R. I. — Newport; Kettle Point, Providence River; Oakland 
Beach. 

Conn. — New Haven; Long Beach; Bianford. 

^Odostomia (Menestho) bisuturalis (Say). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 106, pi. 14, 
fig. 59. 

TurriieUa bisuturalis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 244. "Boston harbour, [Mass.]." 

Me. — Sheepscott River; Newcastle; Wiscasset; Biddeford Pool. 
Mass. — Chelsea; Cohasset; Provincetown; Woods Hole; 
Naushon Id; Vineyard Sound. 



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100 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

R. I.— Oakland Beach. 

Conn. — Branford; New Haven (Savin Rock). 

OdoBtomla (Menestho) bisuturalis oyilenflis Bartsch. 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 107, pi. 14, 
fig. 57. "Sheepscott River, Maine." 

Me. — Sheepscott River; Wiscasset. 
Mass. — Duxbury. 

OdoBtomla modesta (Stimpson). 

Chemniizia modesta Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 
1851, vol. 4, p. 16. " St. Georges Bank." 

OdoHomia (OdoHomia) modesta Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 108, pi. 13, fig. 50. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 8 fathoms (Blaney). 
Mass. — Woods Hole; south of Marthas Vineyard, 115 fathoms; 
Duxbury. 

OdoBtomia gibbosa Bush. 

Bush, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1909, ser. 4, vol. 27, p. 482. 

Odostomia {Odostomia) modesta Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 108, pi. 13, fig. 50 (non Stimpson). 
" Wood's HoLL, Mass." 

Me. — Quahog Bay (Winkley). 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Duxbury; Provincetown. 

OdoBtomia dealbata (Stimpson). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 327, fig. 595. 

Chemnitsda dealbata Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1851, vol. 4, p. 114. " Boston Harbor [, Mass.]." 

Odostomia (Odostomia) dealbata Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 108. 

Mass. — Boston Harbor, 3 fathoms; Duxbury. 
Conn. — Near New Haven (Perkins). 



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^Cremula ebumea (Stimpson). 

Iredale, Proc. Mai. Soc. London, 1915, vol. 11, p. 336. 

Rissoa ebumea Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1851, 
vol. 4, p. 14. "off Cape Ann, [Mass.]." Stimpson, Shells of 
New England, 1851, p. 34, pi. 1, fig. 1. 

RiseoeUaf ebumea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 297 (not fig. 564). 

Odostomia (Liostomia) ebumea Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat 
Hist., 1909, vol. 34, p. 109. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 8 fathoms (Blaney); 
off Grand Manan, 25 fathoms (Stimpson). 

Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 30 fathoms (Stimpson); Duxbnry. 

'^CouthouyeUa striatula (Couthouy). 

Bartsch, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1909, vol. 34, p. 110, pi. 11, 
figs. 13, 16; pi. 14, figs. 56, 58. 

Pyramis striatulua Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, 
vol. 2, p. 101, pi. 1, fig. 6. " VICINITY OP Cape Ann [, Mass.]." 

Menestho aOnda Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 333, fig. 604 (mm 
Fabricius, 1780). 

Me.— Casco Bay; Eastport; Frenchman's Bay, 20 to 30 fath- 
oms; Cashe's Ledge, 46 fathoms. 

N. H. — Isles of Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Annisquam Harbor; Gloucester Harbor, 10 fathoms; 
off Baker's Id., 20 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 15 to 46 fathoms; 
Buzzards Bay. 

Conn. — Bridgeport, from the stomachs of ducks (Linsley). 



JANTHINIDAE. 

Janthina Janthina (Linn^. 

Hedley, Bull. New Zealand Colonial Mus., 1906, no. 1, p. 49. 

Helix janlkina Lum6, Syst. Nat, ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1246. 
"EuROPA, Asia, Africa." 



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lanihina fragilis Tryon, Manual Conch., 1887, ser. 1, vol. 9, 
p. 36, pi. 9, figs. 94, 95; pL 10, figs. 6-10. 

Mass. — After a severe gale, in the autumn of 1839, great 
numbers of them were collected on the shores of Nantucket 
(Gould). 

EPITONIIDAE. 

'^Epltonium novangliae (Couthouy). 

Scalaria novangli {sic in text, but novangliae on plate) G)uthouy, 
Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 1838, vol. 2, p. 96, pi. 3, fig. 5. " Mass- 
[achusetts] Bat." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 311. 

Mass. — Cape Ann, from the stomach of a fish. 

'^Epitonium Uneatum (Say). 

Scalaria lineata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 242. " SOUTHERN COAST [op Unfted States]." Gould, 
Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 312 (not fig. 580). 

Mass. — Vineyard Soimd; Buzzards Bay; New Bedford. 
R. I.— Bristol. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

Epitonium multistriatum (Say). 

Scalaria muUistriata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1826, 
ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 208. " Southern Coast [of United States]." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 313, fig. 581. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound; Buzzards Bay; Dartmouth Harbor. 
R. I.— Off Watch Hill; Block Island. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

Epitonium humphreysii (Kiener). 

Scalaria humphreysii Kiener, Iconogr. Coq. Viv. ((Jen. Scalaire), 
1845, p. 15, pi. 5, fig. 16. " Atlantique au sun de la Caro- 
UNE." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, fig. 580, as S. lineata, on p. 312. 



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Sccda sayana Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool, 1889, vol. 18, p. 309; 
BuU. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 122, pi. 50. fig. 10. 

Mass. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

Epitonium angulatum (Say). 

Scalaria dathnu var. angtdata Say, Amer. Conch., 1831, no. 3, 
" Scalaria," pi. 27, two upper figs. [North America.] Verrill, 
Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 660. 

Scala angulata Dall, Bull. U. S. Nat Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 122. 

Conn. — Stonington (linsley). 

Epitonium dallianum (Verrill and Smith). 

Scalaria daUiana Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 391, 395. [south op Marthas Vineyard.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 527, pi. 57, fig. 33. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 192 fathoms. 

Epitonium pourtalesii (Verrill and Smith). 

Scalaria pourtalesii Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 391, 395. [south of Martha6 Vineyard.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 527, pi. 57, fig. 32. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 146 fathoms. 

Epitonium leeanum (Verrill). 

Scalaria (Cirsotrema) leeana Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 526, pi. 57, fig. 34. " off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vmeyard, 146 fathoms. 

^Epitonium (Arctoscala) greenlandicum (Perry). 

Scalaria greerdandica Perry, Conch, or Nat. Hist. Shells, 1811, 
pi. 28, fig. 8 and explanation. ** Greenland." 



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Scalaria mbulata Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat Hist, 1838, 
vol. 2, p. 93, pi. 3, fig. 4. 

Boreoscala groenlandica Sumner, Osbum and Cole, Bull. U. S. 
Bureau Fisheries, 1913, vol. 31, pt 2, p. 714. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 35 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 fathoms. 

N. H.— Isles of Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Phillips Beach; oflf Nahant, 17 fathoms; Nantucket 
Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

R. I.— Block Island Sound, 17 to 24 fathoms. 

Epitonium (Opalia) andrewsii (Verrill). 

Scalaria {Opalia) andrewsii Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 526, pi. 57, fig. 35. " off Newport, R. I." 

R. I.— OflF Newport, 100 fathoms (Verrill). 



Epitonium (Acirsa) costulatum (Mighels and Adams). 

TurrUeUa coshilata Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat 
Hist, 1842, vol. 4, p. 50, pi. 4, fig. 20. " Casco Bay." 

Acirsa horealis Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 281. 

Scala {Acirsa) costulata Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1889, 
vol. 18, p. 307. 

Me. — Casco Bay, from the stomach of a haddock; Eastport, 
10 to 40 fathoms. 



Epitonium (Acirsa) gracilis (Verrill). 

Acirsa gracilis Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 377. 
[south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 528, pi. 57, fig. 31. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 365 fathoms. 



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AcUb Striata VerriU. 

VerriU, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 377. "off 
Newport, R. I." VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 528, pi. 58, fig. 13. 

Me. — Near Eastport. 

Mass. — South of Newport, 100 fathoms. 

Aelis tenuis VerriU. 

VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 528, pi. 58, fig. 19- 
"off Martha's Vineyard." 

Eulimella verUricosa VerriU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 380 (in part; non Forbes). 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 

NATICIDAE. 

^Natica (Crsrptonatica) clausa Broderip and Sowerby. 

Natica dausa Broderip and Sowerby, Zool. Joum., 1829, vol. 4, 
p. 372. No locaUty. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 342, fig. 612. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East- 
port. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury. 

Natica (Crsrptonatiea) pusilla Say. 

Natica pusilla Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 257. " southern coast [of United States]." Gould, 
Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 344, fig. 613. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 2 to 10 fathoms. 

^olinices (Neverita) duplicata (Say). 

Natica duplicata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 247. " COAST OF the United States." 

NeverUa duplicata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 345, fig. 615. 



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Mass.— Itevere; Provinoetown; Vineyard Sound; Nantucket 
R. I. — Nayatt; Buttonwoods. 
Conn.— Stratford. 

*Poliniee8 (Eusplra) heros (Say). 

Naiica heros Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 248. " New Jersey." 

LunaHa heros Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 338, figs. 608, 609. 

Me. to Conn. — Common from low water to 40 fathoms. 

*Pollnice8 (Euspira) triseriata (Say). 

Natica triaeriaia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1826, ser. 1, 
vol. 5, p. 209. " Boston harbour." 

LunaHa triaeriata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 340, fig. 610. 

Me. to Conn.— Common from low water to 30 fathoms. 

^PoUniees (Euspira) immaculata (Totten). 

Natica immaculata Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1835, ser. 1, vol. 
28, p. 351, fig. 6. " Newport harbor, (R. I.)." 

Mammaf immacvlcAa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 344, fig. 614. 

Me.— Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 50 fathoms; East- 
port, 20 fathoms. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 20 fathoms; Duxbury; Georges 
Bank. 

R. I.— East of Block Island, 29 fathom^; off Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Stonington, from cod. 

*Polinice8 (Euspira) groenlandica (Moller). 

Natica groenlandica Moller, Ki^yer^s Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol.4, 
p. 80. [Greenland.] 

Lunatia groenlandica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 341, fig. 611. 
Me.— Frenchman's Bay, 35 fathoms. 
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Polinices (Eusplra) nana (Moller). 

Natica nana Mdller, Kr^i^yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, p. 80. 
[Greenland.] 

Lunatia nana Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 516, 
pi. 42, fig. 9. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport. 

Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 115 fathoms; Stellwagen Bank, 26 to 32 
fathoms. 
R. I.— South of Block Island, 22 to 29 fathoms. 

PoUniees (Eusplra) levleula (Verrill). , 

Lunatia ledcvla Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 371. " Eastpoot, Mb." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport. 

Mass. — Qfif Marthas Vineyard, 26 fathoms. 

R. I.— Qflf Block Island, 26 to 100 fathoms. 

^Amauropsia lalandica (Gmelin). 

Neriia islandica Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, p. 3675. 

" OCEANO SEPTENTMONALI." 

Amauropsis helicoides Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 348, fig. 617. 

Me. — Qflf Otter Creek, Mt. Desert, 27 fathoms (Henderson). 
Mass. — One fine specimen from a fish caught in Massachusetts 
Bay (Gould); Georges Bank. 

^Acrybia smithii (Brown). 

Bttlbus smitkii Brown, Mem. Wem. Nat. Hist. Soc, 1839, vol. 8, 
p. 104, pi. 1, fig. 18. [marine pleistocene, Ardincaple, Scot- 
land.] 

Natica flava Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, p. 196. 

BvlJbua flams Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 347, fig. 616. 

AmpuUina smiihii G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, 
p. 155, pi. 12, fig. 2; pi. 21, fig. 18. 



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Me. — Eastport; '' Grand Manan, 50 fathoms, o£P the Swallow 
Tail " (Stimpson). 
Mass. — Georges Bank. 
Conn. — Stonington, from haddock (Linsley). 



LAMELLARIIDAE. 

Lamellaria pellueida Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 391, 395. 
[south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 518, pi. 58, figs. 4, 5, 5a. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 86 to 155 fathoms. 

^Velutina laevigata (Linn^). 

Helix laevigata Ljpn^, Syst Nat, ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1250. 
No locality. 

Vdvtina haliotaidea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 334, fig. 605. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 50 fathoms; Eastport, 20 
fathoms. 
Mass. — Marblehead; Magnolia; Duxbury. 

^Velutina undata Brown. 

Brown, Mem. Wem. Nat. Hist. Soc., 1839, vol. 8, p. 102, pi. U 
fig. 15. [pleistocene, Dalmuir, Scotland.] 

VeluHna zonata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 335, fig. 606. 

Me.— Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; Eastport, 20 fathoms; 
Casco Bay. 
Mass. — From fish caught oflF Cape Ann; Chelsea Beach (Grould). 

^Marsenina glabra (Couthouy). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 517, pi. 42, figs. U 
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Oxinoef glabra Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1832, vol. 2, 
p. 90, pi. 3, fig. 16. " Massachusetts] Bat." 

Lamellaria perspicua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 337, fig. 607. 

Me. — Eastport. 

Mass. — Off Cape Cod, 34 fathoms; Georges Bank. 

Marsenina prodita (Lov^n). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 518, pi. 42, figs. 2, 2a. 
Lamellaria prodita Lov^n, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet.-Akad. Forh., 
Stockholm, 1846, vol. 3, p. 147. " Finm[ark]." 

Me.— Eastport. 

Marsenina ampla Verrill. 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 374. " East- 
POBT, Me." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 518, 
pL 42, figs. 3, 3a. 

Me. — Eastport. 

CALYPTRAEIDAE. 

^Crueibulum striatum (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 275, fig. 536. 

Calyptraea striata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1826, ser. 1, 
vol. 5, p. 216. " New Jebset, about three miles north of 
Long Branch." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport; Isle au Haute. 
Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 3 to 12 fathoms. 
Conn. — Qflf New London. 

^Crepidula fomieata (Linn^). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 271, fig. 532. 

Patella fomieata Linni, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1257. 
" AD Ilvam insulam, inque M. Mediterraneo." 



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110 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Common from Casco Bay, Me., to Connecticut; Frenchman's 
Bay, Me., rare. 

*Crepidula glauca Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 226. 
"coast of the United States." Grould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 274, fig. 536. 

Me. — Quahog Bay. 

Mass. — Chelsea Beach; Vmeyard Sound and Buzzards Bay. 

Conn. — New Haven; Stratford. 

*Crepidula glauca conveza Say. 

Crepidtda convexa Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1« 
vol. 2, p. 227. " United States." 

Me. to Conn. — A form due to growing on the shells of Alectrian 
obsoleta and other very convex surfaces. 

*Crepidula plana Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 226. 
[New Jersey to Florida.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 272, 
fig. 533. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Old Orchard; Isle au Haute. 
Mass. — Revere; Provincetown; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards 
Bay, 1 to 12 fathoms. 
R. I.— Narragansett Bay; Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Stonington; New Haven; Stratford. 



CAPULIDAE. 

Capulus ungaricus (Linni), 

Patella ungarica Uxm6, Syst. Nat, ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1259. 
"M. Mediterraneo." 
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p. 131, pi. 39, figs. 72-74. Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 519. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 69 and 458 fathoms. 

TRUNCATELLIDAE. 
Truncatella truncata (Montagu). 

Turbo truncaius Montagu, Test. Brit., 1803, pt. 2, p. 300, pi. 10, 
fig. 7. " Southampton, at Plymouth, and other parts of the 
Devonshire coast." 

Truncatetta ^runccrfute Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 376; Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 525, pi. 58, figs. 8, 
8a, 8b. 

R. I. — Among the docks at Newport, July, 1880. " It occurred 
among decaying sea-weeds throwli up at high-water mark" 
(Verrill). 

ASSIMINEIDAE. 

Assiminea modesta (H. C. Lea). 

Cingula inodesta H. C. Lea, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1845, 
vol. 1, p. 205. " Brooklyn, Long Island." 

Assiminea grayana Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 525, pi. 58, fig. 7 {non Leach). 

Assiminia modesta Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, 
p. 253. 

R. I. — Foimd in July, 1880, living among decaying sea-weed 
at high-water mark, between the docks at Newport (Verrill). 

VIVIPARIDAE. 
*Campeloma deciaum (Say). 

Limnaea decisa Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, pi. 3, fig. 6. 
Paludina decisa Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1840, pt. 1, 
p. 4, pi. 1. 

Melantho decisa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 289, figs. 552-554. 



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Me. — Saoo Biver; Aroostook and Fish Rivers. Common m 
most of the streams and lakes, from northern Maine to Connecti- 
cut. 

*Camp6loma rufum (Haldeman). 

Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902, no. 3, pt 2, p. 358, pL 36, 
figs. 4, 6. 

Paludina rufa Haldeman, Monogr. Lunniades, 1844, pt. 3, p. 3 
of wrapper, pi. 3, fig. 1. 

Me.— South Pond, Buckfield (J. A. Allen). 
Vt. — Lake Champlain. 
Mass. — Pontoosuc Lake. 
Conn. — Housatonic River. 

*Viylparu8 malleatus (Reeve). 

Paludina maUeata Reeve, Conch. Icon., 1863, vol. 14, Paludina, 
pi. 5, figs. 25a, 25b. "Japan." 

Mass. — Muddy River, between Boston and Biookline — in- 
troduced (see Nautilus, 1915, vol. 29, p. 35). 

VALVATIDAE. 

^Valyata tricarinata (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 286, figs. 549, 550. Walker, Nauti- 
lus, 1902, vol. 15, p. 122, fig. 1. 

Cyclostoma tricarinata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, 
ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 13. " river Delaware." 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the lakes and ponds. 

*Valyata tricarinata confusa Walker. 
Walker, Nautilus, 1902, vol. 15, p. 124, fig. 2. No locality. 
Vt. — Shelbume Bay, Lake Champlain. 



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^Valyata tricarinata basalis Vanatta. 

Vanatta, Nautilus, 1916, vol. 28, p. 106, figs. 3, 4. " Hudson 
RiVEB, New York." 

Vt. — Shelbiume Bay, Lake Champlain. 

* Valyata tricarinata unicarinata DeKay. 

VdxHita unicarinata DeKay, Nat. Hist. N. Y., Moll, 1843, p. 118, 
pi. 6, fig. 129. " Lake Champlain * * Erie canal." 

Vt. — Shelbiume Bay, Lake Champlain. 

*Valyata tricarinata simplex Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 226. " Vermont." 
Vt. — Shelbume Bay, Lake Champlain. 

Valvata sincera Say. 

Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 264, pl. 16, fig. 11. 

*' NORTH-WEST TERRITORY." 

Me. — Dredged in the Fish River Lakes (Nylander). 
Vt. 

*Valyata sincera nylanderi Dall. 

Valvata (sincera var.?) nylanderi Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 
1905, vol. 13, p. 122. " Aroostook County, Maine." 

Me. — Portage Lake, Fish Biver, 

Valvata lewiai Currier. 

Currier, Misc. Pub. Kent Sci. Inst., 1868, no. 1, p. 9. Dall, 
Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 123, fig. 44. 

Valvata striata Lewis, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1866, p. 260 
(non Philippi, 1836). [Otoego Co., N. Y.] 

Vt. 



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V AMNICOLIDAE. 

*Amnicola limosa (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 293, fig. 559. 
Paludina limosa Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, 
vol. 1, p. 125. " RIVERS Delaware and Schuylkill." 
Amnicola porata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 229, fig. 157. 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the ponds and brooks. 

Amnicola pallida Haldeman. 
Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1841, pt. 4, cover pp. 3, 4; 1845, 

pt. 8, p. 12, pi. 1, fig. 7. "MiDDLEBURY, VERMONT." Gould, Inv. 

Mass., 1870, p. 292, fig. 558. 

Me. — Saco; South Jefferson. 

Vt. — Lake Champlain; Hartland. 

Conn. — Hartford (Linsley); Housatonic River. 

^Amnicola winkleyi Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1912, vol. 26, p. 1, pi. 1, figs. 9, 10. "Saco, 
Maine." 

Me. — Saco. Recorded by Lermond as A, schrokingeri Pfld. 

N. H. — Keene. 

Mass. — Ipswich (Bryant). 

*Lyogyru8 pupoidea (Gould). 

Gill, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1863, p. 34. 

Valvata pupoidea Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, 
p. 196. "Cambridge, Massachusetts." Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1841, p. 226, fig. 155. 

Me. — Monmouth ; Orono. 

Mass. — Fresh Pond, Cambridge; Concord; Danvers; Duxbury; 
Wareham. 
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LyogjrruB brownil (H. F. Carpenter). 

Amnicola brownii H. F. Carpenter, Central Falls (R. I.) Weekly 
Visitor, 1872; Random Notes Nat. Hist, 1885, vol. 2, p. 63. 
" Cunliff's Pond, at Elmville, [R. I.]." 

R. I. — Lakes in Roger Williams Park, and old Warwick Pond 
near Providence. 

^LyogyruB granum (Say). 

Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1898, vol. 12, p. 42. 

Paludina grana Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 378. " Pennsylvania." 

Amnicola granum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 294, fig. 660. 

Mass. — South Sudbury. 
Conn. — New Haven (Linsley). 

*8omatogyru8 subglobosus (Say). 

Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902, no. 3, pt. 2, p. 340, fig. 123. 
^Paludina subglobosa Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1825, 
ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 125. " north-western TERRrroRT." 

Somatogyrus isogonus Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 3, p. 77, fig. 151. 

Vt.— St. Albans Bay, Lake Champlain (Dr. H. F. Perkins). 

^Bythlnia tentaeulata (Linn^). 

Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902, no. 3, pt. 2, p. 328, fig. 34, 
figs. 116, 117. 

Hdix ientacidaia Lirmi, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1249. 
" in Europae staonis." 

Vt.— Lake Champlain (Dr. H. F. Perkins). 

^aludestrina salsa Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1905, vol. 19, p. 90, pi. 3, fig. 10, " Cohasset, 
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Mass.— Cohasset (Bryant); East Wareham; Danvers and 
Rowley (Winkley). 
Conn. — Branford (Winkley). 

*Palude8trina minuta (Totten). 

Turbo minvius Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 26, 
p. 369, fig. 6a, b. " MassUchusetts], and R[hode] I[8Land]." 

Ris8oa minvia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 298, fig. 666. 

LUtorineUa minvia Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 663, pi. 24, fig. 140. 

Me. to Conn. — Common, especially upon the salt marshes. 

Paludestrina laevis (DeKay). 

Cingvla laevis DeKay, Nat. Hist N. Y., Moll., 1843, p. Ill, 
pi. 6, fig. 118. " Stratford, (Conn.)." 

lAUorineUa laevis Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 663. 

fRissoa stimpsofti Smith, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1870, 
vol. 9, p. 393. 

Conn. — Stratford; Near New Haven. 

^Pomatiopsis lapidaria (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 296, figs. 661, 662. 
Cyclostoma lapidaria Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, 
ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 13. No locality. 

Mass.— Revere ? (Roper Coll.) 

Conn. — Housatonic River; New Haven. 

RISSOIDAE. 
*Cingula carinata Mighels and Adams. 

Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1842, vol. 4, p. 49. 
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Hist., 1842, vol. 4, p. 49, pi. 4, fig. 23 (non Montagu). " Casco 
Bat." 

Rissoa pdagica Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, 
vol. 4, p. 15. 

Rissoa carifuUa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 301, fig. 572. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, abundant in 15 fathoms 
(Blaney); Eastport. 

*Cingula arenaria Mighels and Adams. 

Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1842, vol. 4, 
p. 49, pi. 4, fig. 24. "CabcoBat." 

Rissoa exarata Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, 
vol. 4, p. 15. 

Rissoa mighelsi Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 301 (not fig. 570). 

Me. — Casco Bay, 6 to 25 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 8 
fathoms; Eastport. 

Mass. — Boston Harbor, 3 fathoms. 

R. I. — Watch Hill, 4 to 5 fathoms, among rocks and algae 
(Verrill). 

Conn. — Stonington, from cod (Linsley). 

*Cingula areolata (Stimpson). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 524, pi. 43, fig. 2. 
Turritetta areolata Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 35. 
" Mas8[achu8Etts] Bay." 

Mb. — Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 8 fathoms (Blaney); Mt. Desert, 
10 to 15 fathoms (Verrill). 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; off Marthas Vineyard, 130 
fathoms. 

'^Cingiila castanea (Moller). 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 174, pi. 10, figs, 
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Rissoa castanea MoIler» Kr^z^yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, yd. 4, 
p. 82. [Greeniand.] 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 12 fathoms; Eastport; Penobscot 
Bay. 



Cingula latior Mighels and Adams. 

Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1842, vol. 4, 
p. 48, pi. 4, fig. 22. " Cabco Bat." 

Risaoa latior Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 299, fig. 567. 

Me. — Casco Bay, from the stomach of a haddock. 

Cingula harpa (Verrill). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 523, pi. 58, fig. 6. 
Rissoa (CinffiUa) harpa Verrill, Proc. U. S. \Nat Mus., 1880, 
vol. 3, p. 374. " OFF Massachusetts Bat." 

Mass. — Off Massachusetts Bay, 160 fathoms; off Marthas 
Vineyard, 312 to 487 fathoms. 

*Cingula multilineata (Stimpson). 

Rissoa mvUilineata Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, 
vol. 4, p. 14. " Gt. Misert Island, and auso near Nahant, 
[Mass.]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 300, fig. 569. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 5 fathoms (Blaney). 
Mass. — Off Great Misery Id., 5 fathoms; near Nahant; Pro- 
vincetown. 



*Onoba aculeus (Gould). 

Cingvla acvleus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 266, fig. 172. " East 
Boston." 

Rissoa acvleus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 299, fig. 568. 

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Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Vineyard Sound; Duxbury; Pro- 
vincetown. 
R.L— Watch HiU. 
Conn. — New Haven; Stratford. 

LITIOPIDAE. 
^Litiopa bombiz Kiener. 

Kiener, Ann. des Sci. Nat., 1833, vol. 30, p^222, pi. 17, B, 
figs. 1-3. No locality. Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, 
p. 523. 

lAtiopa melanostoma Sumner, Osbum, and Cole, Bull. U. S. 
Bureau Fisheries, 1913, vol. 31, pt. 2, p. 720. 

Mass. — Qflf Marthas Vineyard. Pelagic, found attached to 
floating gulfweed (Sargasaum sp.). 

HOMALOGYRIDAE. 
^Homalogyra atomus (Philippi). 

Jeffreys, Brit. Conch., 1867, vol. 4, p. 69, pi. 1, fig. 6. 
TrunccUella atamus Philippi, Arch. f. Naturg., 1841, vol. 7, pt. 1, 
p. 54, pi. 5, fig. 4. " IN SoRRENT [Italy]." 

N. H. — Hampton Beach (Morse). 

SKENEIDAE. 

*8kenea planorbis (Fabricius). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 296, fig. 563. 
Turbo pkmorbis Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 394. 
[Greenland.] 

Me. — Common, Casco Bay to Eastport. 

Mass. — Cape Ann; Provincetown; Cohasset; Woods Hole. 

R. I.— Watch HiU. 

Conn. — Near New Haven. 



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Adeorbis supranitidus orbignyi Fischer. 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. ZooL, 1889, vol. 18, p. 278. 
Adeorbis arbignyi Fischer, Joum. de Conch., 1857, vol. 6, pp, 
173,286. "Cuba." 
Omalaxist lirata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 529. 

R. I.— QflF Newport, 8i fathoms. 

Adeorbis? oliyaceus (Verrill). 

Dall, BuU. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 150, pi. 44, fig. 5. 
Citkna (t) olivacea Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, 
p. 185, pi. 29, fig. 5. " OFF Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — QflF Marthas Vineyard, 193 fathoms, and 1290 fathoms. 

SOLARIIDAE. 

Architectonica borealis (Verrill and Smith). 

Solarium boreale Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat, 
Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 376. [south of Marthas Vineyard.J 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 529, pi. 57, figs. 29, 30. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 115 and 146 fathoms. 

FOSSARIDAE. 
FoMaruB elegans Verrill dnd Smith. 

Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 522, pi. 57, fig. 28. " off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 fathoms. 

LITORINIDAE. 
*Litorina littorea (Linn^). 

Turbo littoreus Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 761. 

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LiMorina litorea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 308, fig. 577. 

Me. to Conn. — This species, now common along the entire 
coast, first appeared on the coast of Maine in 1871. 

^Litorina obtusata palliata (Say). 

Turbo paUiatus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 240. " New England." 

LUtorina paUiata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 309, fig. 578. 

Littorina obttuaict-paUiata Dautzenberg and Fischer, Joum. de 
Conch., 1915, vol. 62, p. 107, pi. 2, fig. 4. 

Me. to Conn. — Common on the rocks between tides. 

*Litorina rudis (Donovan). 

Turbo rudis Donovan, Brit. Shells, 1804, vol. 1^ pi. 33, fig. 3 
and explanation. " Devonshire, [England]." 

Littorina rudis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 304, fig. 575. 

Me. to Conn. — Common on the rocks of the ocean shore. 

*Litorina rudis tenebrosa (Montagu). 

Turbo tenebrosus Montagu, Test. Brit., 1803, p. 303; Suppl., 
1808, pi. 20, fig. 4. " Devonshire * * * Kent [England]." 
Littorina tenebrosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 306, fig. 576. 

Me. to Conn. — Conunon about wharves, bridges and upon the 
salt marshes. 

Litorina Irrorata (Say). 

Turbo irroraius Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
Tol. 2, p. 239. [New Jersey to Florida.] 

Littorina irrorata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 311, fig. 579. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound. 

lacuna vincta (Montagu). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 262, fig. 168. 



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Turbo tindus Montagu., Test. Brit., 1303, p. 307; Suppl., 1808, 
pi. 20, fig. 3. " Salcomb bay [England]," 

Me. to Conn. — Common among algae in 2 to 5 fathoms. 

^Lacuna yincta fusca Gould. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 263, fig. 169. [Massachusetts.] 
Me. to Conn. — Associated with the typical fonn. 

^Lacuna puteola (Turton). 

Turho pvieolvs Turton, Conch. Dictionary, 1819, p. 193, figs. 90, 
91. " Dubun bay, and on the rocks between Teignmouth and 
Dawush, in Devonshire, attached to Fuci." 

Lacuna jmieolus Forbes and Hanley, Hist. Brit. Moll., 1853, vol. 
3, p. 58, pi. 72, figs. 7-^; pi. 74, fig. 9. Tryon, Manual Conch., 
1887, ser. 1, vol. 9, p. 265, pi. 50, figs. 51, 52. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound; Buzzards Bay near the Elizabeth Is- 
lands; Nantucket. 

^Lacuna pallidula neritoidea Gould. 

Lacuna neritoidea Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, vol. 38, p. 197. 
[Chelsea Beach, Mass.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 303, fig. 574. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Cape Elizabeth; Eastport. 
Mass. — Swampscott ; Revere ; Duxbury . 
Conn. — Oyster River; Long Beach; Stratford (Linsley). 
These records are questioned by Prof. Verrill. 

TURRITELLIDAE. 

*Turritella erosa Couthouy. 

Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, vol. 2, p. 103, pi. 3, 
fig. 1. " MassIachusetts] .Bay." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
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Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 7 fathoms; near East- 
port, 50 fathoms. 
Mass. — Ipswich Bay; Massachusetts Bay. 
Conn. — From stomach of a cod oflF Stonington (Linsley). 

*Turritellop8is acicula (Stimpson). 

G. O. Sara, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 186, pi. 10, figs. 14a, 
14b. 

TutriteUa aciciUa Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, 

vol. 4, p. 15. " FROM FISHES CAUGHT OFF * * * CaPE AnN, [MaSS.]." 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 319, fig. 588. 

Mb. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 5 to 10 fathoms; near 
Eastport, 40 fathoms. 

Mass. — From fish caught oflF Cape Ann; Lynn and Marehfield; 
Duxbury. 

VERMETIDAE. 
^Vermicularia spirata (Philippi). 

Vermettu spiratua Philippi, Arch. f. Naturg., 1836, vol. 2, pt. 1, 
p. 224, pi. 7, fig. 1. " AD Havanam, [Cuba]." 

Vermettis radicula Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 37. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 316, fig. 584. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 3 to 10 fathoms; 
New Bedford Harbor. 

Conn. — New Haven (Linsley). 

CAECIDAE. 
*Caecum pulchellum Stimpson. 

Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, vol. 4, p. 112. 
" Buzzard's Bay [, Mass.]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 315, 
fig. 583. 

N. H. — Hampton Beach (Morse). 

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*CMCum cooperi S. Smith. 

S. Smith, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1860, vol. 7, p. 154 (nm 
Carpenter, 1864). " Gardiner's Bat, [L. I.]." 

Caecum cattatum VerriU, Amer. Joum. ScL, 1872, ser. 3, voL 3, 
p. 283, pi. 6, fig. 6. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 8 to 10 fathcmis. 

^Caecum Johnsoni Winkley. 
Winkley, Nautilus, 1908, vol. 22, p. 54. " Woods Hole, Mass.'' 
Mass. — Woods Hole. 

TRICHOTROPIDAE. 
*Trichotropis borealia Broderip and Sowerby. 

Broderip and Sowerby, Zool. Joum., 1828, vol. 4, p. 375. 
"ocEANO BOREAU PROPE Insulam Melville." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 390, fig. 651. 

TrichotropU costeUaius Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. !ffist, 
1838, vol. 2, p. 108, pi. 3, fig. 2. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 50 fathoms; East- 
port, 20 fathoms. 
Mass. — Deep waters of Massachusetts Bay (Couthouy). 

Trichotropis conica Moller. 

MoUer, Kr0yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, p. 85. [Green- 
land.] G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 163, pi. 13, 
fig. 3. Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 374. 

Gulf of Maine, off Cape Sable, 75 fathoms. 

Torellia fimbriata Verrill and Smith. 

Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 520, pi. 57, figs. 27, 27a. [off the coast of Maine and south 
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Gulf of Maine, near Cashe's Ledge» 52 to 90 fathoms. 
Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 142 to 258 fathoms. 

Torellia yestita Jeffreys. 

Jeffreys, Brit. Conch., 1867, vol. 4, p. 244, pi. 4, fig. 1. " east 
COAST OP Shetland (Barlee)." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 521, pi. 47, fig. 5. 

Gulf of Maine, 150 fathoms. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 86 to 146 fathoms. 



PLEUROCERIDAE. 

*Oonioba8is virginlca (Gmelin). 

Tryon, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1873, vol. 16, art. 1, p. 290, figs. 
662-.566. 

Bttccinum nrginicum Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, 
p. 3505. " IN Virginiae fluviis." 

Melania nrginica Say, Amer. Conch., 1832, pt. 5, pi. 47, fig. 2 
and text. 

Mass. — Connecticut River, at Agawam, below Springfield 
(Winkley). 
Conn. — Connecticut River, at Deep River (Reid). 

^Ooniobasis virginlca multilineata (Say). 

Melania muUilineata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 380. " tributaries to the Delaware." 

Gcniobasis tdrgitdca Tryon, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1873, vol. 16, 
art. 1, p. 290, fig. 567. 

Conn. — Connecticut River, at Deep River (Reid). 

Ooniobasis depygis (Say). 

Tryon, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1873, vol. 16, art. 1, p. 247, figs. 
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Mekmia depygis Say, New Harmony (Ind.) Disseminator, 1829, 
p. 291/. [fall of the Qmo.] 

Vt. — Lake Champlain. 

*€k>nioba8is haldemani Tryon. 

Tryon, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1866, voL 1, p. 38, pL 1, fig. 8. 
'' Lake Erie, Lak£ Champlain." Tryon, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 
1873, vol. 16, art. 1, p. 282. 

Vt. — Lake Champlain. 

TRIPHORIIDAE. 
^Triphoris penrena nigrocineta (C. B. Adams). 

Ceritkium nigrocindum C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. ^t, 
1839, vol. 2, p. 286, pi. 4, fig. 11. " Dartmouth harbor, [Mass.]." 
Trifaris nigrodndus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 323, fig. 592. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, low water to 10 
fathoms; Wellfleet. 
R. I.— Narragansett Bay; Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Stonington on oysters; near New Haven. 

CERIXmOPSIDAE. 

^Cerithiopsls graenii (C. B. Adams). 

Verrill, Rept Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 647, pi. 24, fig. 153. 
Ceritkium greenii C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat Hist., 1839, 
vol. 2, p. 287, pi. 4, fig. 12. " Dartmouth harbor, [Mass.]." 
Bittium greenii Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 322, fig. 591. 

Mass. — Boston Harbor; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 
3 to 10 fathoms. 
R. I.— Narragansett Bay; Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Near New Haven (Perkins). 

^Cerithiopsls subulata (Montagu). 

Murez stibulcOus Montagu, Test. Brit., Suppl., 1808, p. 115, 
pi. 30, fig. 6. " AT Scalasdale, in the sound of Mull." 



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CerUhiopais emersonii Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 387, fig. 649. 
Cerithiopais (Eumetat) subvlata Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. ZooL, 
1889, vol. 18, p. 252, pi. 20, fig. 4. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 2 to 12 fathoms; 
New Bedford Harbor; Nantucket; Wellfleet 
R- I. 

Cerithiopsls costulata (Moller). 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Aret. Norv., 1878, p. 189, pi. 13, fig. 7. 
TurriteUa t costulata Moller, Kr^yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, 
vol. 4, p. 83. [Greenland.] 

Me.— QflF Eastport, Bay of Pundy (Verrill). 

*SeUa adamsii (H. C. Lea). 

Dall, Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sei., 1892, vol. 3, pt 2, p. 267. 

Cerithium terebrale C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hbt, 
1840, vol. 3, p. 320, pi. 3, fig. 7 {mm Lamarck). " New Bedford 
L Mass.]." 

Cerithium adamaii H. C. Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc, 1846, 
new ser., vol. 9, p. 268. 

Ceritkiopais terebralia (^ould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 389, fig. 650. 

Mass. — Vineyard Soimd and Buzzards Bay, 2 to 12 fathoms. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. 

CERITHIIDAE. 

*Bittium altematum (Say). 

TurriteUa altemata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 243. " United States." 

Pasithea nigra Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. ?6, 
p. 369, pi. 1, figs. 7a, 7b (young). 

Bittium nigrum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 321, fig. 590. 



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Mas8. — Boston Harbor; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 
low water to 8 fathoms, among algae. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

APORRHAIDAE. 

*Aporrhais (Arrhoges) occidentalia (Beck). 

Gabb, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1868, vol. 4, p. 145. 
Rostellaria occiderUalis Beck, Mag. de Zool., 1836, vol. 6, classe 5, 
pi. 72 and text [Gulf op St. Lawrence and Newfoundland.] 
Aporrhais occiderUalis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 320, fig. 589. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 35 fathoms; East^ 
port, 20 fathoms. 
Mass. — Nahant Beach; off Duxbury. 

DOLIIDAE. 

Eudolium crosseanum (Monterosato). 

Dolium crosseanum Monterosato, Joum. de Conch., 1869, vol. 
17, p. 228, pi. 12, fig. 1. [off Palermo, Italy.] 

Dolium bairdii Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 
1881, ser. 3, vol. 22, p. 299. Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 515; 1884, vol. 6, p. 253, pi. 29, figs. 2, ,2a, 2b. 

Dolium (Eudolium) crosseanum Dall, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
1889, no. 37, p. 134, pi. 15, fig. 5; pi. 44, figs. 2-2b; pi. 62, figs. 
83, 83a. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 94 to 202 fathoms. 

PTEROTRACHEIDAE. 

Firo loida lesueurii (d'Qrbigny). 

E. A. Smith, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1888, vol. 23, art 5, 
p. 23. • Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, p. 430. 



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Firola (Cerophora) lesueurii d'Qrbigny, Voy. Am^r. M&id., 
1836, vol. 5, p. 151, pi. 10, figs. 11, 12. [Ocfi^N austral, S. lat. 
3(f , W. LONG. 89**.] 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 39'' 43', W. long. 
7(f or, surface. 

CARINARIIDAE. 

Carinaria atlantica Adams and Reeve. 

Adams and Reeve, Zool. Voy. Samarang, Moll., 1848, no. 3, 
p. 63, pi. 13, fig. 12. " North Atlantic Ocean." Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 529; 1884, vol. 6, p. 274. 

Mass.— QflF Marthas Vineyard, N. lat 40^ 05', W. long. 70^ 23', 
65 fathoms. 

ATLANTIDAE. 

^Atlanta peronii Lesueur. 

Lesueur, Joum. de Physique, 1817, vol. 85, p. 390, pi. 2, figs. 1, 2. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 274, pi. 28, figs. 4, 4a. 

Atakmta peronii Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 529. 

Near the Georges Bank, N. lat 41^ 25', W. long. 65^ 30', surface. 

Atlanta gaudichaudii Eydoux and Souleyet. 

Eydoux and Souleyet, Voy. Bonit^, Zool., 1852, vol. 2, p. 379; 
atlas, pi. 19, figs. 29-34. "Pacipiqub." Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1884, vol. 6, pp. 211, 274. 

Qflf the Georges Bank, N. lat. 40^ 02' 49", W. long. 68^ 40', 
surface. 

Atlanta rosea Eydoux and Souleyet. 

Eydoux and Souleyet, Voy. Bonit^, Zool., 1852, vol. 2, p. 377; 
atlas, pi. 19, figs. 16-20. " Atlantique." Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 211. 

Oflf the Georges Bank, N. lat 40^ 16' 15", W. long. 67^ 05' 15", 
surface. 



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Atlanta inclinata Eydoux and Souleyet. 

Eydoux and Souleyet, Voy. Bonit^, Zool., 1852, vol. 2, p. 375; 
atlas, pi. 19, figs. ^15. " Pacifiqxje et Atlantique." Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 211. 

Off Georges Bank, N. lat. 40^ 16' 50", W. long. 67^ 05' 15", 
surface. 

Atlanta pulchella Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 211. " off Deia- 
WARE Bay, N. lat. 39^ 22', W. long. 68^ 34' 30"." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 40**, surface. 

Ozygyrus keraudrenii (Lesueur). 

H. and A. Adams, Genera Recent Moll., 1858, vol. 2, p. 92; vol 
3, pi. 69, figs. 6-^b. Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, 
p. 430. 

Atlanta keraudrenii Lesueur, Joum. de Physique, 1817, vol. 85, 
p. 391, pi. 2. 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 39° 44', W. long 
70° 03', surface. 

MURICIDAE. 

*Eupleura caudata (Say). 

Stimpson, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1865, vol. 1, p. 58, pi. 8, fig. 5 
Ranella caudata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1 

vol. 2, p. 236. " COAST OF THE UNITED States." (JouW, Inv 

Mass., 1870, p. 386, fig. 648. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 1 to 8 fathoms; Buzzards Bay 
Nantucket; Marthas Vineyard. 
R. I. — Coweset Bay; Nayatt. 
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*Trophon clathratus (linn^). 

Murex clathratus Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1223. 

" IN ISLANDIAE MaRI." 

Trophon tcciariformia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 378, fig. 644. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — From a fish caught in Massachusetts Bay. 

Trophon clathratus gunner! (Lov^n). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 512, pi. 43, fig. 8. 
Tritonium gunneri Lov^n, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet.-Akad. Forh. 
Stockholm, 1846, vol. 3, p. 144. "nordl[iche] Finm[ark.]" 

Gulf of Maine, off Grand Manan; o£F Cape Sable, 59 fathoms. 

Trophon truncatus (Strom). 

Buccinum truncaium Strom, Norske Vidensk. Selsk. Skr.^ 1767, 
vol. 4, p. 369, pi. 16, fig. 26. 

Fu8U8 bamffiua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 289, fig. 198. 

Trophon clathratus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 377, fig. 643 {rum 
Linn^). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 35 to 50 fathoms; East- 
port, 20 fathoms. 

Trophon muricatus (Montagu). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 379. 

Murex muricatus Montagu, Test. Brit., 1803, p. 262, pi. 9, fig. 2. 
" Salcomb bay, [England]." 

Mass. — Phillips Beach. 

Trophon lintoni Verrill and Smith. 

Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1882, ser. 3, 
vol. 24, p. 365. [off Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 176, pi. 29, fig. 1. 

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^Urosalpinz cinerea (Say). 

Stimpson, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1865, vol. 1, p. 58, pi. 8, figs. 6, 7. 
Fu8U8 cinereus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 236. [Maryland and New Jersey.] 

Biuxinum cinereum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 370, fig. 637. 

Me. — Quahog Bay; Cascb Bay. 

Mass. — Lynn; Cohasset; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, 
from above low water to 8 fathoms; Nantucket. 
R. L— NarragansettBay; Watch HBl. 
Conn. — New Haven; Stratford. 

*Thai8 (Nucella) lapiUus (Linn^). 

Dall, Prof. Paper U. S. Geol. Survey, 1909, no. 59, p. 50. 
Bvcdnum lapUltu Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 739. 

" AD OCEANI EuROPAEI LTTTORA." 

Purpura lapiUua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 360, fig. 630. 
Me. .to Conn. — Common on the rocky shores. 



COLUMBELLIDAE. 

*Columbella (Anachifl) avara Say. 

Colombella avara Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 

vol. 2, p. 230. " COAST OF THE SOUTHERN STATES." 

Anachis avara Verrill, Rept. Liv. Vineyard Soimd, 1873, p. 643. 

Mass. — Woods Hole; Vineyard Sound, low water to 10 fathoms; 
Duxbury; Wellfleet. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

*Columbella (Anachis) avara similis Ravenel. 

ColumbeUa similis Ravenel, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1861, 
p. 41. " North and South Carolina." 
. Columbella avara Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 356, fig. 626. 



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Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Wellfleet; Plymouth; Woods Hole; 
Nantucket; Marthas Vineyard. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — New Haven; Stratford. 

Columbella (Anachis) haliaeeti Jeffreys. 

CdumbeUa haliaeeti Jeffreys, Brit. Conch., 1867, vol. 4, p. 356; 
1869, vol. 5, p. 219, fig. 3. " in 85-95 f. about 25 miles N.N.W. 
OF Unst." 

Anachis costtdata Veirill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 513, 
pi. 43, fig. 7 (non Cantraine). 

Me. — Gulf of Mame, at Cashe's Ledge, Jeffrey Bank, etc., 30 
to 114 fathoms. 

Mass. — Off Cape Cod, 67 to 96 fathoms; south of Marthas 
Vineyard, common in 146 to 506 fathoms (Verrill). 

^Columbella (Astyris) lunata (Say). 

Naasa lunata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1826, ser. 1, 
vol. 5, p. 213. " Southern States." 

Bvjccinum zonalis Linsley, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1845,^ser. 1, vol. 48» 
p. 285. Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1848, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 236, fig. 8. 

Columbella lunata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 359, fig. 629. 

Me. — Quahog Bay; Orr's Isle; Damariscotta (Winkley). 
Mass. — Swampscott; Provincetown; Vineyard Soimd and 
Buzzards Bay, 1 to 10 fathoms. 
R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 
Conn. — New Haven; Stratford. 

^Columbella (Astyris) dissimilis Stimpson. 

Columbella diesimUis Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist, 
1851, vol. 4, p. 114. " Bay of ^undy." 

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*Columbella (Astjrris) rosacea (Gould). 

Bvccinum rosaceum Gt)uld, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 
38, p. 197. [from fish off Cohasset, Mass.] 

Columbella rosacea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 357, fig. 627. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 6 to 35 
fathoms; Eastport. 

N. H. — Isles of Shoals, 20 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, 15 to 25 fathoms; off Chatham, 
16 fathoms. 

R. L— East of Block Island, 29 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

Columbella (ABtsnis) diaphana (Verrill). 

Astyris diaphana Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 513, 
pi. 58, fig. 2. " off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 65 to 487 fathoms. 

Columbella (Astyris) pura (Verrill). 

Astyris pura Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 515. 
" OFF Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 487 fathoms. 

ALECTRIONIDAE. 

*Alectrion (Hima) vibez (Say). 

Nassa vibex Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 231. " southern and middle coast [of the United 
States]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 365, fig. 633. 

Nassa fretensis Perkins, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
vol. 13, p. 117, fig. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound; New Bedford; Cataumet. 
R. I. — Coweset Bay. 
Conn. — New Haven. 



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Alectrion (Hizna?) nigrolabra (Verrill). 

Nassa nigrolabra Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 371. [south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 512, pi. 58, fig. 12. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 155 fathoms. 

^Alectrion (Ilyanassa) obsoleta (Say). 

Nassa obsoleta Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 232. "coast of the United States." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 362, fig. 631. 

Common from the mouth of the Kennebec River, Me., south- 
ward, on mud flats. 

♦Alectrion (Tritia) tarivittata (Say). 

Nassa trivittata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 231. " middle and southern states." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 364, fig. 632. 

Common from Eastport, Me., southward, in from 1 to 40 
fathoms. 

BUCCINIDAE. 

'^Buccinum undatum Lmn^. 
Whelk. 

Linn^, Syst.Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1204. "O. Europaeo." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 366, fig. 634. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport, common. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; off Gay Head> 6 to 19 fathoms. 
R. I. — Rocks at Newport (Carpenter). 
Conn. — Stonington, taken in eel-pots (Linsley). 

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Buccinum cyaneum Brugui^re. 

Brugui^, Encycl. M^th., Hist. Nat. desVers, 1792, vol. 1, 
p. 266. " c6te8 du Groenland." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
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Gulf of Maine, off Cape Sable, 82 to 91 fathoms. 
About 15 miles east of Cape Cod, 70 to 90 fathoms. 

Buccinuxn cyaneum perdiz (Beck). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 492. 
TrUonium groenlandicum var. perdix Beck in Morch, Faun. Moll. 
Islandiae, 1868, p. 211. [Iceland.] 

About 15 miles east of Cape Cod, 70 to 90 fathoms. 

Buccinum tenue Gray. 

Gray, Zool. Beeche/s Voy., 1839, p. 128, pi. 36, fig. 19. "Icy 
Cape." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 496, pi. 43, 
fig. 4. 

Gulf of Maine, oflF Cape Sable, 88 to 91 fathoms. 

Buccinum sandersoni Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 490, pi. 68, fig. 9. 
" OFF Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 166, 208, and 268 fathoms. 



^Neptunea decemcostata (Say). 

Fusus W-co8t(Uu8 Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1826, 
ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 214. " near Boston [, Mass.]." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 375, fig. 642. 

|H Me. — Casco Bay; Penobscot Bay; Frenchman's Bay; East- 

^ port. 

Mass. — Off Nahant, 17 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 36 fathoms; 
Duxbury. • 

*Neptunea despecta tomata (Gould). 

Fusus iomaiua Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, 
p. 197. [bank fisheries.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 286, 
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Neptunea despeda var. tomata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 6, p. 499. 

Oflf Georges Bank, 69 to 100 fathoms (VerrilJ). 

'^Colus stlmpsonii (Morch). , 

Fiuus stimpaanii Morch, Vid. Medd. Naturh. Foren. Kjoben- 
havn, 1868, p. 83. " Faero." 

Fiisus islandicua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 371, fig. 638 
{non Linn^). 

Neptimea curta Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 638. 

Sipho sHmptonii Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 499. 

Me. — CascoBay; Frenchman's Bay; Eastport. 
Mass. — Ipswich Beach; Phillips Beach; Provincetown; Dux- 
bury. 
Conn. — Stonington, from fish stomachs (Linsley). 

Colus stlmpsonii liratulus (Verrill). 

Sipho sHmpsonii var. lirattUus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 500. 

Neptunea (Sipho) arata Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, 
vol. 3, p. 370 (non Gould), [south of Marthas Vineyard.] 

Me. — Rockland; Sheepscot River. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 192 fathoms. 

'^Colus stimpsonii brevis (Verrill). 

Sipho sHmpeonii var. brevis Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 500. " OFF Chatham, [Mass.]." 

Me. — Isle au Haute. 

Mass. — OB Chatham, 17 fathoms; Ipswich. 

Colus pubeseans (VerriU). 

Sipho pvheecens VerriD, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 501, 
pi. 43, fig. 6. " OFF Cape Sable, N. S. * * off Martha's Vine- 
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}^^phm0tn ^frfjf^fim0ftn V^irriL Aokt. Jqvbb. Sri^ LST^ 
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FvJiruJf T^nr^in/rjorvJt Gray, Zool. Bccftiiev's Voy., 1S3&, p^ I* 
NV. l/ir;akn*:\ GofjW, Inv. Ma»., 1S70, p. 373. %. WO. 

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^Colos pjfmaeos ^GouMy. 

A'lijryijr uUmdifTus var yygmatus GooU, Inv. Maas., 1841, p. 284, 
fig. VJfA. [New En'ola.vd.1 

/^ujTujr trumtnJli Linsley, Amer. Joom. ScL, 1845, scr. 1, voL 4S, 
p, 2S.5, fi^H, 1, 2, 

SejAunea ( Septutulla) pyffmaea Vcrrill, Rept. Inv. Mneyard 
Sf/unrl, 1873, p. f>^9, pi. 21, fig. 115. 

Me. — (Ita^'o Bay, 10 to 20 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay; East- 
pr^rt. 

M A HH. — MasHac'husetts Bay. 

K. I-- Off Block Island, 29 fathoms; off Edgartown, 18 to 20 
fathom.H; off Gay Head, 19 fathoms. 

(.'oNN. — Off Stonington and New London. 

Colui pygmaaus planulus (Verrill). 

Sipho jjygmaeua var. planulns Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 505. " OFF Martha's Vineyard." 

Mahh.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 20 to 350 fathoms. 

Colus labinii (Gray). 

Buccinum aabinii Gray, Suppl. to App. Parry's First Voyage, 
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Sipho aabinii Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 503, 
pi. 57, fig. 23. 

Dredged on Cashe's Ledge, Gulf of Maine. 

^Busycon carica (Gmelin). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 383, fig. 646. 

Murex carica Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, vol. 1, pt. 6, p. 3546. 
No locality. 

FtUgur carica Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 640, 
pi. 22, fig. 127. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 1 to 10 fathoms; Nantucket. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. — Long Island Sound near New Haven. 

'^Busycon canaliculatum (Linn^). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 380, fig. 645. 

Murex canaliculatus Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, 
p. 1222. "ad Canadam." 

Sycotyptuf canaliculattAS Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 
1873, p. 640. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 1 to 8 fathoms; Duxbury (introduced 
with seed o^-sters). 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. — Long Island Sound near New Haven. 

PTYCHATRACTIDAE. 

^Ptychatractus ligatus (Mighels and Adams). 

Stimpson, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1865, vol. 1, p. 59, pi. 8, fig. 8. 

Fasdolaria ligata Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. 
Hist., 1842, vol. 4, p. 51, pi. 4, fig. 17. " Mingan in the Gulf of 
St. Lawrence." 

Me. — Casco Bay, 20 to 40 fathoms; Eastport, 20 fathoms. 
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MARGINELLIDAE. 

Marginella apicina boreallB Verrill. 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1889, vol. 18, p. 136. 
Marginella borealis Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, 
p. 165, pi. 29, fig. 4. " OFF Norfolk, Va." 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 64.5 to 100 fathoms. 

CANCELLARIIDAE. 
'^Admete couthousri (Jay). 

CanceUaria buccinoides Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1838, vol. 2, p. 105, pi. 3, fig. 3 (rum Sowerby, 1832). " Mass- 
[achusetts] Bay." 

CanceUaria coiUhmyi Jay, Cat. Shells, 1839, ed. 3, p. 77. 

Admete viridtUa Stimpson, Shells of New England, 1851, p. 44. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 391, fig. 652 (non Fabricius). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 30 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury, 20 fathoms; off Nauset 
Light. 

TURRITIDAE. 

Drillla daUi (VerriU and Smith). 

Dall, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 98, pi. 60, figs. 66, 66a. 

Pleurotoma dalli Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 451, pi. 57, figs. 1, la. " off Martha's Vineyard, 
♦ ♦ ♦ OFF Delaware Bay." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 94 to 146 fathoms. 

Drillia carpenteri (Verrill and Smith). 
Pleurotoma carpenteri Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 



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Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 391, 395. [off Marthas Vineyard.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 452, pi. 57, fig. 2. 

Mass. — Oflf Marthas Vineyard, 86 to 155 fathoms. 

*Bela nobUls (MoUer). 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct Norv., 1878, p. 228, pi. 16, figs. 19, 20. 
Defrancia nobilis MoUer, KrjiJyer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, 
p. 85. [Greenland.] 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 15 fathoms; Eastport. 

BeU sealaris (MoUer)/ 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 471, pi. 57, figs. 12, 
12a. 

Defrancia scalaria Moller, KrjiJyer's Naturii. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 
4, p. 85. " Groenland." 

Beta turricula Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 351, fig. 620. 

Bda americana Packard, Mem. Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1867, 
vol.1, p. 285, pi. 7, fig. 11. 

Me. — Broad Sound, Casco Bay and oS Halfway Light, 14 to 29 
fathoms; Eastport, 10 fathoms. 

N. H. — Isles of Shoals, 25 fathoms; Jeffre/s Ledge, 15 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, 29 to 40 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 
15 to 32 fathoms; Duxbury, 20 to 30 fathoms. 

Bela rugulata gouldii Verrill. 

Bela gouldii Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 462, 
pi. 57, figs. 6, 6a. " Massachusetts Bay * * * Gulf of Maine." 

Me.— Casco Bay, 17 to 30 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 25 to 
30 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays, 15 to 50 fathoms; 
off Cape Cod, 122 fathoms. 



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*Bela cancellata (Mighels and Adams). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 475, pi. 43, figs. 10>. 
11; pi. 57, fig. 13. 

Fusvs canceUatus Mighels and Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist,. 
1842, vol. 4, p. 52, pi. 4, fig. 18. "Casco Bay." 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, south of Egg Rock Light, 25 fathoms; 
Eastport, 10 fathoms. , 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay and oflF Cape Cod, 12 to 92 fathoms;, 
off Marthas Vineyard, 126 to 312 fathoms. 

*Bela decussata (Couthouy). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 354, fig. 623. Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 479, pi. 43, fig. 13. 

Pleurotoma decussata Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist^ 
1839, vol. 2, p. 183, pi. 4, fig. 8. " Massachusetts Bay." 

Bela decussata var. tenuicostata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 481 (rum Sars). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 12 fathoms; East- 
port. 

Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 38 to 75 fathomsl off Cape Cod, 28 to- 
30 fathoms. 

Bela decussata pusilla Verrill. 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 481. " Casco Bay."^ 

Me. — Casco Bay, 12 to 15 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay; Wis- 
casset. 

*Bela ezarata (Moller). 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 232, pi. 16, fig. 18. 

Defrancia exarata Moller, Kr^yer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, 
p. 85. [Greenland.] 

Tritonium mitrula Lov^n, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet.-Akad. F6rh.> 
Stockholm, 1846, vol. 3, p. 145. 



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Bela concinntda Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 468, 
pi. 43, fig. 15. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 12 fathoms; Gulf 
of Maine, 25 to 118 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, 16 to 29 fathoms; oS Cape Cod^ 
25 to 122 fathoms. 

^Bela rosea Sars. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 485. 

Bda harpularia var. rosea G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 
1878, p. 234, pi. 23; fig. 10. "TromsjzJ og Lofoten * * * Vestkyst 
(Chmstiansund) [Norway]." 

Me. — Penobscot Bay. 

Mass. — Duxbury, 20 fathoms; Georges Bank. 

^Bela inciflula Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 461, pi. 43, fig. 12; 
pi. 57, fig. t4. " OFF Newport, R. I., northward to Labrador." 

Bela impressaf Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 365 
{rum Morch). 

Gulf of Maine, 10 to 70 fathoms. 

Me. — Casco Bay, 10 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 35 
fathoms; Eastport. 

Mass. — Salem Harbor, 5 fathoms; Massachusetts and Cape Cod 
Bays, 13 to 30 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 26 to 67 fathoms; off 
Marthas Vineyard, 28 fathoms. 

R. I.— Off Newport, 27 fathoms. 

Bela blanesri Bush. 

Bush, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 61, fig. 1. " south of Egg 
Rock buoy in about 30 fathoms,* * * Frenchman's Bay, 
Maine." 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay. 



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'^Bela harpularia (Couthouy). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 352, fig. 621. Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 473, pi. 43, fig. 14; pi. 57, fig. 9. 

Fvsits harpularius Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, 
vol. 2, p. 106, pi. 1, fig. 10. " Mass[achu8Btt8] Bay." 

Mb. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 15 to 50 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 to 50 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay,^ 8 to 29 fathoms; oflF Cape Cod, 15 
to 34 fathoms; oS Gay Head, 18 to 29 fathoms. 

R. I.— Off Block Island, 20 to 28 fathoms. 

'^Bela pleurotomaria (Couthouy). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 355, fig. 625. Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 478. 

Fusus pleurotomarius Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1838, vol. 2, p. 107, pi. 1, fig. 9. " Massachusetts] Bay." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 50 fathoms; East- 
port, 10 fathoms. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, 31 to 48 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 
30 to 122 fathoms; off Chatham, 16 fathoms. 

*Bela bicarinata (Couthouy). 

Pleuroioma bicarinata Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 
1838, vol. 2, p. 104, pi. 1, fig. 11. " Mass[achusbtts] Bay." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 349, fig. 618. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 35 fathoms; Eastport, 
10 to 50 fathoms. 

Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 38 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 27 to 31 
fathoms; Vineyard Sound, 6 to 12 fathoms. 

Conn. — Stonington. 

*Bela bicarinata violacea (Mighels and Adams). 
Pleuroioma violacea Mighels and Adams, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 



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Hist., 1841 (?), vol. 1, p. 50. " Casco Baif." Boston Joum. Nat. 
Hist., 1842, vol. 4, p. 51, pi. 4, fig. 21. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 35 fathoms; Eastport, 10 to 50 
fathoms. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Georges Bank, 45 to 60 fathoms. 

Bela pingelii (Moller). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 464, pi. 43, fig. 16. 
Defrancia pingelii Moller, KrjiJyer's*Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, 
p. 86. [Greenland.] 

Me.— Eastport, 20 to 90 fathoms. 

Mass. — Off Cape Cod, 34 fathoms; Georges Bank. 

Bela tanneri (Verrill and Smith). 

DaU, Bull. U. S. Nat Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 100, pi. 61, fig. 78. 

Typhlomangelia tanneti Verrill and Smith in Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 163, pi. 31, fig. 8. " N. latttude 
40^ 16' 50", W. LONGITUDE 67* 05' 15" in 1290 pathoms." 

Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank (DaU). 

'^MangUia pUcosa (C. B. Adams). 

DaU, Bull. U. S. Nat Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 100, pi. 50, fig. 14. 

Pleurptoma plicata C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, 
vol. 3, p. 318, pi. 3, fig. 6 {mm Lamarck). " Harbour or New 
Bedford [Mass.]." 

Pleurotoma plicoaa C. B. Adams, Contr. to Conch., 1850, no. 4, 
p. 54. 

Mass. — Dartmouth; New Bedford Harbor; North Falmouth. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

MangUia earina (Kurtz and Stimpson). 

VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 488, fig. 1. 
Pleurotoma cerinum Kurtz and Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. 



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Nat. Hist., 1851, vol. 4, p. 115. "Buzzard's Bay and**^ 
South Carouna." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sou^d and Buzzards Bay, 3 to 12 fathoms; 
New Bedford. 
R. I. — Near Newport; near Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

Mangilia comatotroplB (Dall). 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. ZooL, 1889, vol. 18, p. 116, pi. 11, fig. 12, 
Pleurotoma (Mangilia) comatotropis Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. 
Zool., 1881, vol. 9, p. 58. " Cape San Antonio, 640 fms." 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 487 fathoms. 

Pleurotomella packardii Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1873, ser. 3, vol. 5, p. 15. [N. lat. 
42** 5', W. LONG. 67^ 45', 110 fathoms.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 453, pi. 43, fig. 9; pi. 57, fig. 5. 

Gulf of Maine, 85 to 110 fathoms. 
Mass. — Off Cape Cod, 96 fathoms. 

Pleurotomella agassisii (Verrill and Smith). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 454, pi. 57, figs. 3, 3a. 
Pleurotoma agassiziiWeTrSi and Smith in Verrill, Amer. Joum. 
Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 394. [off Marthas Vineyard.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 65 to 500 fathoms. 

Pleurotomella (Gsrmnobela) blakeana (Dall). 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1889, vol. 18, p. 126, pi. 10, fig. 1. 

Pleurotoma (Bela) blakeana var. norrrudia DaH, Bull. Mus. 

Comp. Zool., 1881, vol. 9, p. 54. " off Cape San Antonio, 640 

FMS." 

Gymnobela brems Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, p. 417. 
Mass. — Off Nantucket Shoals; Georges Bank; Gulf of Mame. 



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OPISTHOBRANCHIATA. TECTIBRANCHIA. 

ACTEONIDAE. 

Acteon punctostriatus (C. B. Adams). 

TomateUa puncto^riata C. B. Adams, Boston* Joum. Nat. 
Hist, 1840, vol. 3, p. 323, pi. 3, fig. 9. " New Bedford [Mass.]/' 

Adaeon pundostricUiLS Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, 
vol. 15, p. 157, pi. 18, figs. 98, 99; pi. 19, figs. 22, 23. 

Mass. — Vineyard Somid and Buzzards Bay; South Dennis. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay. 

Conn. — Stonington, from haddock (Linsley); near New Haven. 

TORNATINIDAE. 

^Tomatina canaliculata (Say). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 184, pi. 22, 
fig. 23; pi. 50, figs. 25, 26. 

Volvaria canalicukUa Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1826, 
ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 211. " South Carouna." 

UtrictUus canaliciUatus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 219, fig. 510. 

Me.— Portland Harbor (Fuller). 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Vineyard Sound and Buzzards 
Bay, 2 to 8 fathoms. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay; near Watch Hill. 
Conn. — Stonington; near New Haven. 

^Betusa pertenuls (Mighels). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 216, pi. 23, 
figs. 48, 49. 

Bulla pertenuis Mighels, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1843, vol. 4, 
p. 346, pi. 16, fig. 3. " Casco Bat." 

Utricidua pertenuis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 218, fig. 509. 

Mb. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 4 to 10 fathoms. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury. 



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Betusa obtusa turrlta (Moller). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 215, pi. 23, fig. 52. 

BuUa turriia Moller, KrjiJyer's Naturh. Tidskr., 1842, vol. 4, p. 79. 
[Greenland.] 

BvUa incinda Mighels, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1844, 
vol. 1, p. 188. 

Me. — Casco Bay (Migheb); Frenchman's Bay (Blaney). 

Betusa gouldii (Couthouy). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 217, pi. 23, 
figs. 58, 59. 

BtiUa gouldii Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 1839, vol. 2, 
p. 181, pi. 4, fig. 6. " Massachusetts Bay." 

Utriculus gouldii Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 217, fig. 508. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 4 to 10 fathoms. 
Mass. — Stellwagens Bank, 15 to 25 fathoms; from fish taken 
off Cohasset; Provincetown; Georges Bank. 

Betusa mayoi (Dall). 

Utriculm mayoi Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1889, vol. 18, 
p. 46. " Portland, Maine." 

Me. — Portland, from fish stomach (Mayo).. 

Betusa obesiuscula (Brugnone). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 231, pi. 23, 
figs. 60, 61. 

Cylichna obesiuscula Brugnone, Bull. Soc. Mai. Ital., 1877, vol. 3, 
p. 39, pi. 1, fig. 7. "FiCARAZZi [Puocene or Palermo]." 

Diaphana convlus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 543, pi. 58, fig. 25 (non Deshayes). 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 155 fathoms. 



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SCAPHANDRIDAE. 

Scaphander punctostriatus (Mighels and Adams). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p.'215, fig. 505. 

BvUa puncUhHriaia Mighels and Adams, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. 
Hist, 1841 (?), vol. 1, p. 49. "Casco Bay." Mighels and Adams, 
Boston Joum. Nat Hist, 1842, Vol. 4, p. 43, pi. 4, fig. 10. 

Mb. — Casco Bay; Gulf of Maine. 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

Diaphana debills (Gould). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 216, fig. 507. 

Bulla debUis Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, p. 196. 

Mb. — Casco Bay, 6 fathoms; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 16 
fathoms; Eastport 
Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; Duxbury. 
Conn. — Stonington, from stomach of cod (Linsley). 

Diaphana hlemalis (Couthouy). 

Gould, Inv. Ma^s., 1870, p. 216, fig. 506. 
BvUa hiemalia Couthouy ,^Boston Joum. Nat Hist, 1839, vol. 2, 
p. 180, pi. 4, fig. 5. " OFF Provincetown [, Mass.]." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Bristol. ^ 

Mass. — Provincetown, from fish. 

Diaphana globosa (Lov^n). 

Klsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 286, pi. 26, fig. 75. 

Ampkisphyra globosa Lov6i, Ofvers. Kongl. Vet-Akad. F6rh., 
1846, vol. 3, p. 143. " Boh[uslan]-Finm[ark, Noewat]." Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 543. 

Mass.— QflF Marthas Vineyard, 115 to 364 fathoms (Verrill). 



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*Cylichna alba (Brown). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 220, fig. 611. 

Volvaria alba Brown, Illustr. Conch. Great Brit., 1827, pi. 38 
figs. 43, 44. " Greenock [, England]." 

Bulla trUicea Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat Hist., 1838, vol. 2 
p. 88, pi. 2, fig. 8. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Frenchman's Bay, 10 to 30 fathoms; East 
port. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, off Nahant, 17 fathoms; Duxbuiy 
Georges Bank. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay; near Block Island. 

Conn. — Stonington, from haddock stomach (Linsley). 

Cylichna occulta (Mighels and Adams). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 292, pi. 28 
figs. 35^1. 

Bulla occulta Mighels and Adams, Joum. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist 
1842, vol. 4, p. 54, pi. 4, fig. 11. [Westbrook, Maine (fossil).] 

Me. 

Cylichna oryza (Totten). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 221, fig. 612. 
Bulla oryza Totten, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1835, ser. 1, vol. 28, p. 350, 
fig. 5. " Newport harbor, (R. I.)." 

Me. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay; New Bedfoni 
Harbor, 4 fathoms. 
R. I. — Newport. 
Conn. — Near New Haven; Stratford. 

BULLARIIDAE. 
Bullaria gemma (Verrill). 

Diaphana ( Utriculus) gemma Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, 
ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 392, 399. [south of Marthas Vineyard.] 




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VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 543, pi. 68, fig. 
22. 

BuUa gemma Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 339. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 115 fathoms. 

*Haminea solitaria (Say). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1893, ser. 1, vol. 15, p. 357, pi. 28, 
fig. 44; pi. 41, fig. 32. 

BttUa solHaria Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 

vol. 2, p. 245. " SOUTHERN COAST OP THE UnTTBD StATES." 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay; shores of Vineyard Sound and 
Buzzards Bay; Duxbury. 

B. I. — Newport; Mark Rock; White Camp; near Watch Hill. 
Conn. — New Haven Harbor, near Fort Hale. 

RINGICULIDAE. 

Bingicula nitida Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1873, ser. 3, vol. 5, p. 16. [north op 
THE Georges Bank, N. lat. 42° 5', W. long. 67** 49', 110 and 150 
fathoms.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1874, vol. 3, p. 48, pi. 1, 
fig. 2; Ibid., 1882, vol. 5, p. 540. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 300 fathoms. 

PHILINIDAE. 

Philine sinuata Stimpson. 

Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hfat., 1850, vol. 3, p. 333. 
" Boston Harbor, [Mass.]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 213, 
fig. 502. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Broad Bay, Boston Harbor, 4 to 7 fathoms (Stimpson) ; 
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Philine quadraU (S. V. Wood). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 213, fig. 503. 

Bulla quadrata S. V. Wood, Chariesworth's Mag. Nat. Hist, 
1839, voL 3, p. 461, pL 7, fig. 1. "coralline crag, Sutton, 
[England]." 

Philine formosa Stimpson, Pioc. Boston Soc Nat. Hist., 1850, 
vol. 3, p. 334. 

Me. 

Mass. — Off Cape Ann, 30 fathoms; Massachusetts Bay; 
Duxbury, 20 fathoms; Georges Bank. 

^Philine Uma (Brown). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1895, ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 20, pi. 5, figs. 7- 
11. 

Utricvlua lima Brown, Dlustr. Recent Conch. Great Brit., 1844, 
ed. 2, p. 68, pi. 19, figs. 39, 40. " Greenock [England]." 

Bulla lineolata Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1839, vol. 2, 
p. 179, pi. 3, fig. 15. 

Philine lineolata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 214, fig. 504. 

Me. — Frenchman's Bay, off Egg Rock. 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, from stomachs of fishes; Georges 
Bank. 

Philine amabilia VerriU. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 392, 398. 
[south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 544, pi. 58, figs. 23, 24. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 120 and 130 fathoms. 

Philine cingulata G. O. Sars. 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 297, pi. 26, figs. 7a- 
7c. [LOPOTEN, Norway, 120 to 200 fathoms.] Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 544. 

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Philine fragllls G. O. Sars. 

G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 296, pi. 18, figs, 
lla-llc. "VadsjzI, [Norway]." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1882, vol. 5, p. 544. 

Gulf of Maine, Jeffrey's Ledge, 88 to 92 fathoms; off Cape Sable, 
90 fathoms. 

Philine flnmarchica M. Sars. 

M. Sars in G. O. Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct Norv., 1878, p. 296, p. 18, 
figs. lOa-d. [FiNMARK.] Vfemll, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 
o, p. o44« 

Gulf of Maine, off Cape Sable, 90 fathoms. 

Off Cape Cod, 16 fathoms; off Marthas Vineyard, 86 fathoms. 

Philine tincU VerriU. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 544. [off Marthas 
Vineyard.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 65 fathoms. 

Philine angulata Jeffreys. 

Jeffreys, Brit. Conch., 1867, vol. 4, p. 451. "Larnb, co. 
Antrim, Hebrides, and Shetland.'' Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 
1895, ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 17, pi. 3, figs. 41, 42. 

Me. — Casco Bay (Kingsley). 

APLYSIIDAE. 
Tethys willeozi (Heilprin). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1895, ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 80, pi. 35, figs. 
30-32. 

Aplysia wUlcoxi Heilprin, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1886, p. 
364; Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci., 1887, vol. 1, p. 130, pi. 19. 
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Mass.— Katama Bay, Oct. 31, 1900; Buzzards Bay, Oct 11, 
1906; New Bedford; Wes^rt, Lamberts Cove; Tarpaulin Cove; 
Robinsons Hole and Menemsha Bight (Sumner, Osbum, and Cole). 

PLEUROBRANCHAEIDAE. 

Pleurobranchaea tarda Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, pp. 392, 398. 
[south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 

1882, voL 5, p. 546, pi. 58, fig. 26. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 28 to 250 fathoms, abun- 
dant in 45 and 69 fathoms. 
R. I.— South of Block Island, 38 fathoms. 

Koonsia obesa Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 545. " off Martha's 
Vineyard." Verrill, Rept. U. S. Comm. Fish and Fisheries for 

1883, 1885, p. 571, pi. 28, fig. 107. Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1895, 
ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 222, pi. 74, fig. 94. 



PTEROPODA. 



Mass. — Marthas Vineyard, 192 to 258 fathoms. 

Supeifamily Thecosomata.* 
LIMACINIDAE. 



Limacina retroversa (Fleming). 

Pelseneer, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1888, vol. 23, art 1, 
p. 27. 

Fusu8 retroversus Fleming, Mem. Wem. Nat. Hist. Soc., 1823, 
vol. 4, p. 498, pi. 15, fig. 2. " Noss Island, Zetland." 

Heterofusus retroversus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 505, pi. 27, 
figs. 345-348. 

Heterofusus balea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 505, pi. 27, fig. 349. 




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^ Spinalis gotUdii Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1851, 
vol. 4, p. 8. 

Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Abundant at Nahant during the summer of 1863 (A. 
Agassk); Massachusetts Bay, Feb. to Apr. (Stimpson); near 
Naushon Island. This species was found alive at about 100 differ- 
ent localities in the Gulf of Maine by the " Grampus " in July and 
August, 1913 and 1914. 

Limacina retroversa macandrei (Forbes and Hanley). 

Spinalis macandrei Forbes and Hanley, Brit. Moll., 1853, vol. 
2, p. 385, pi. 57, figs. 6, 7. "fifteen miles to the south of 
MizEN Head, south of Ireland." 

Spinalis retroversus var. macandrei Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 
1884, vol. 6, p. 275. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard. 

Limacina helicina (Phipps). 

Pelseneer, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1888, vol. 23, art. 1, 
p. 21. 

Clio helicina Phipps, A Voyage towards the North Pole, 1774, 
p. 195. "Arctick seas." 

Gulf of Maine. 

Limacina inflata (d'Orbigny). 

• Atlanta inflata d'Orbigny, Voy. Am^r. M^rid., 1836, vol. 5, p. 
174/ pi. 12, figs. 16-19. "Oc^AN atlantique et dans le grand 

OC^N." 

Spirialis rostralis Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, p. 
431. 

" Grampus " Exp. 1914, N. lat. 39"* 54', W. long. 70*" 43', alive; 
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CAVOLINIDAE. 

Carolina telemus (Linn^). 

Dall, Bull. Mus. Comp. ZooL, 1908, vol. 43, p. 230. 

Monoctdus ielemns Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1768, vol. 1, p. 635. 
" Algiriae." 

Anomia tridenUda Forsk&l, Descr. Anim. Orient. Observ., 1775, 
p. 124. 

Cavolina triderUata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 564, figs. 6, 7. 

Mass. — Qflf Marthas Vineyard, 19 and 22 fathoms; " Grampus " 
Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40** 39', W. long. 67** 28', aUve. 

R. I. — Newport, from stomach of a bluefish, off Block Island. 

Cavolina uncinata (Rang). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 654. 
Hyalaea uncinata Rang (MS.) in d'Orbigny, Voy. Am^r. M^d., 
1836, vol. 5, p. 93, pi. 5, figs. 11-15. "Atlantique, 24** S. lat." 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 65 to 487 fathoms; " Grampus " 
Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40** 6', W. long. 68** 6', alive. 

Cavolina longirostris (Lesueur). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 655. 
Hyalaea hmgirostria Lesueur (MS.) in Blainville, Diet, des Sci. 
Nat., 1821, vol. 22, p. 81. " Oc6an Atlantique, 22** 9' [N. lat.]." 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 500 fathoms; " Grampus " 
Exp. 1914, N. lat 40** 6', W. long. 68** 6', alive. 

Cavolina gibbosa (Rang). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, p. 213. 
Hyalaea gibbosa Rang (MS.) in d'Orbigny, Voy. Amfr. M€AdL, 
1836, vol. 6, p. 95, pi. 5, figs. 16-20. [South Atlantic.] 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard. 



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Carolina trispinosa (Lesueur). 

Hyalaea trispinoaa Lesueur (MS.) in Blainville, Diet, des Sci. 
Nat, 1821, vol. 22, p. 82. " la mer des Antilles." 
Diacria trispinoaa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 504. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard; occasionally cast asl^ore on 
Nantucket; "Grampus" Exp. 1913, 10 miles NNW. of Eastern 
Point, Gloucester, alive; "Grampus" Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40° 6', 
W. long. 68** 6', alive. 

Diacria quadridentata (Lesueur). 

Tesch, F. E. Schulze's Das Tierreich, 1913, pt. 36, Pteropoda, 
p. 41. 

Hyalaea quadridentata Lesueur (MS.) in Blainville, Diet, des Sci. 
Nat, 1821, vol. 22, p. 81. " Oc^an Atlantique, ♦ ♦ ♦ lat. 23° 
36', LONGiT. 27° 22'." 

Qflf Georges Bank, N. lat 40° 16' 50", W. long. 67° 06' 15" 
(Verrill). 

Creseifl adcula Rang. 

Rang, Ann. des Sci. Nat, 1828, vol. 13, p. 318, pi. 17, fig. 6. 
" l'oc£an et la mer des Indes." 

CreseU reda Dall, Bull. U. S. Nat Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 80, pi. 66, 
fig. 118. 

Near Georges Bank, N. lat 41° 25', W. long. 65° 30', Sept 15, 
1872, at surface (Verrill); " Grampus " Exp. 1914, N. lat 40° 6', 
W. long. 68° 6'. 

CreseiB vlrgula Rang. 

Rang, Ann. des Sci. Nat., 1828, vol. 13, p. 316, pi. 17, fig. 2. 
" l'Oc^an atlantique et les Antilles." 

Sfyliola fdrgida VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 6, p. 667. 

Near Georges Bank, N. lat 41° 25', W. long. 66° 30', Sept. 15, 
1872, at surface (Verrill). 



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Creseis conica 'Eschscholtz. 

Eschscholtz, Zool. Adas, 1829, pt. 3, p. 17, pi. 15, fig. 3. " Kustr 
VON Brasilien." 

Styliola vitrea Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, p. 
284, pi. 6, fig. 7. 

Mass. — Taken at the surface among Salpae, oflf Gay Head, 
Sept. 9, 1871 (Verrill); "Grampus" Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40*" 6', 
W. long. 68° 6'. 

Styliola subula (Quoy and Gaimard). 

Cleodora svbula Quoy and Gaimard, Ann. des Sci. Nat., 1827, 
vol. 10, p. 233, pi. 8d, figs. 1--3, " la cote de T^NfiRiFFE." 
Styliola subtdata Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, pi. 213. 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, N. lat 39° 49', W. long. 
68° 28' 30" (Verrill). 

Hyalocyclifl striata (Rang). 

Creseis striata Rang, Ann. des Sci. Nat., 1828, vol. 13, p. 315, pL 

17, fig. 3. "OcfiAN ATLANTIQUE ET LA MER DES InDES." 

Clio ( Hyalocylix) striata Pelseneer, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 
1888, vol. 23, art. 1, p. 54, pi. 2, fig. 3. 

"Grampus " Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40° 6', W. long. 68° 6', alive. 

Clio pyramidata Linn€. 

linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1767, vol. 1, p. 1094. " in Oceano.*' 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 555. 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 40° 05', W. long. 
70° 23', 65 to 500 fathoms (Verrill). 

Clio recurva (Children). 

Bcdantium recurvum Children, Joum. Roy. Inst., 1829, vol. 15, 
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Clio balantium Pelseneer, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1888, 
vol. 23, art 1, p. 61. 

Mass.— Off Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 40** 05', W. long. 70° 23' 
(Verrill). , 

Cuvierina colunmella (Rang). 

Pelseneer, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool. 1888, vol. 23, art. 1, 
p. 67. 

Cuneria columnella Rang, Ann. des Sci. Nat., 1827, vol. 12, p. 323, 

pi. 45, B, figs. 1-8. "OcfiAN ATLANTIQUE." 

Triptera columnella Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 557; 1884, vol. 6, p. 214. 

Mass.— South of Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 39° 55' 28", W. 
long. 69° 47' (Verrill); "Grampus" Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40° 6', 
W. long. 68° 6'. 

PERACLIDIDAE. 

Peracle reticulata (d'Orbigny). 

DaU, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 80. 
Atlanta reticulata d'Orbigny, Voy. Am^r. M^rid., 1836, vol. 6, 
p. 178, pi. 12, figs. 32-34. [S. lat. 20°, W. long. 89°.] 

" Grampus " Exp. 1914, N. lat. 40° 6', W. long. 68° 6', alive. 

CYMBULIIDAE. 

Corolla calceola (Verrill). 

DaU, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, p. 200, explanation of 
plate 66, fig. 120. 

Cymbvlia calceola Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, 
pp. 392, 394. [near N. lat. 40° 05', W. long. 70° 23'.] Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 553, pi. 58, fig. 33. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard; " Grampus " Exp. 1914, 
N. lat. 40° 6', W. long. 68° 6'; one mile off Gay Head, Aug. 27, 1890 
(Edwards). 

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Supeifamily Gtmnosomata. 
CLIONIDAE. 
Clione limacina (Phipps). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 507, fig. 754. 

Clio limacina Phipps, A Voyage towards the North Pole, 1774, 
p. 195. [Arctic seas.] 

Clione papilUmacea Verrill, Kept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 668. 

Me.— Portland, April and May, 1868. 
Mass. — Vineyard Sound; Woods Hole. 
Conn. — Qflf Stonington. 

" Grampus" Exp. 1913, 1914, at many stations in the Gulf of 
Maine. 

Paedoclione doliiformis Danforth. 

Danforth, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist, 1907, vol. 34, p. 2, 
pis. 1-4. " Casco Bay." 

Me. — Casco Bay, plankton, nights of Aug. 28 and Sept 5-8, 
1902. 

NUDIBRANCfflA. 
HERMAEIDAE. 

Hermaea cruciata Gould. 

Gould (A. Agassiz MS.), Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 253, pi. 17, fig. 256. 
" Naushon Island [, Mass.]." 

Mass. — Naushon Island, Sept., 1863 (A. Agassiz). 

Stiliger fuscatus (Gould). 

CaUiopaea (?) fuscata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 250, pi. 16, 
figs. 218-221. "Boston." 

Stiliger fuscata Rathbun, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 127. 

Mass.— Boston, on logs in a mast yard, July 22, 1842 (Gould). 



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AldarU hanrardiensis Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 254, pi. 16, figs. 226-228. " Cam- 
BBiDOE, [Mass.]." 

Mass. — '* Found in great numbers, in brackish waters, at 
Cambridge, April, 1848" (Agassiz); Cohasset in marsh creeks. 

ELYSIIDAE. 

Elysia chlorotica Gould. 

Gould (A. Agassiz MS.), Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 256, pi. 17, figs. 
251-255. " Cambridge [, Mass.]." 

Mass. — Found in great numbers in brackish water on the 
Cambridge marshes, in the spring of 1848 (Agassiz); Cohasset on 
eel-grass; Duxbury. 

Elysia (ElysieUa) catula (Gould). 

fPlacobranchus simplex Girard, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1854, vol. 5, p. 89. 

Placobranchus catvlvs Gould (A. Agassiz MS.), Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 256, pi. 17, figs. 249, 250. " East Boston." 

ElysieUa cattdus Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1872, ser. 3, vol. 3, 
p. 284, pi. 7, figs. 5, 5a; Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, pp. 480, 
668, pi. 25, fig. 171. 

Elysia cattdus Apgar, Joum. Trenton (N. J.) Nat. Hist. Soc., 
1891, vol. 2, p. 129, pi. 3, fig. 26. 

Mass. — " Channel near East Boston, January, 1848 " (Agassiz) ; 
Chelsea Beach (Girard); Woods Hole, adhering to eel-grass; 
Duxbury. 

Conn. — New Haven. 

LIMAPONTIIDAE. 

Limapontia zonata (Girard). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 258. 

Niobe zonata Girard, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1852, vol. 4, 
p. 211. "Boston Harbor, [Mass.]." 



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AEOLIDIIDAE. 
^Aeolidia papillosa (Liim^). 

Limax papiUosus Linn^, Fauna Suecica, 1761, ed. 2, p. 506. 
"in Mari Nobvegico." 

Eolis farinacea Stimpson, Smithson. Contr. Knowl., 1854, vol. 6, 
art 5, p. 25. 

Aeolis pajnUosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 238, fig. 518, pi. 18, 
figs. 257, 261. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport. 

Mass. — Boston; Rocky Neck and Brace's Cove, East Glouces- 
ter, Apr. 1908 (Balch). 
R. I. — Watch EBll, among roots of Laminariae (Verrill). 

CRATENIDAE. 
Cuthona aurantia (Alder and Hancock). 

Eolis aurantia Alder and Hancock, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1842, 
ser. 1, vol. 9, p. 34. " Whitley [, England]." 

Eolis aurarUiaca Alder and Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 
1851, pt 5, fam. 3, pi. 27; 1855, pt. 7, pi. 47, fig. 21. 

MorUagua gouldii Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, 
p. 667. 

Cvihona aurarUiaca Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 32U 
pi. 28, figs. 6a, 6b; pi. 16, fig. 7. 

Cratena gymnota Verrill and Emerton in Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat 
Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 390 (m part). 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay. 

Conn. — New Haven; off Thimble Island, Long Island Sound. 

Cratena gymnota (Couthouy). 

Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, p. 31. 

Eolis ( Tergipes, Cuv.) gymnota Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat 
Hist., 1838, vol. ?, p. 69, pi. 1, fig. 3. " tide water op Charles 
RrvBR, Mass." 



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Aeolis gymnoia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 249, fig. 520 (ova),. 
pi. 16, figs. 238^241. 

Mass. — Charles River, near Craigie's Bridge, Boston; Warren 
Bridge, about the roots of Tubularia, Oct. and Nov., 1847 (Cou- 
thouy); Woods Hole (Verrill); Cohasset, Nov. (Owen Bryant). 

Cratena pilata (Gould). 

Bergh, Syst der Nud. Gaster., 1^2, p. 31. 

Aeolis pilala Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 243, pi. 19, figs. 270^ 
277, 279, 281. " Charles River, [Mass.]." 

Aeolis vermiferus Smith, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1870, vol. 9, 
p. 391. 

Aeolidia pilata and Monta^gvu pilaia Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard 
Sound, 1873, pp: 383, 666, pi. 25, fig. 174. 

Mass. — Charles River, in Sept., on timbers (Gould) ; Duxbury. 
Conn. — New Haven Harbor, on piles of Long Wharf (Verrill); 
Thimble Island, Long Island Sotiid (Verrill). 

Cratena Teronicae Verrill. 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 389. " off Cape 
Cod." 

( Mass. — Off Cape Cod, in 23 to 31 fathoms, among hydroids,^ 
Sept. 6, 1879; Cohasset, Sept. 1906, on Laminariae (Owen Bry- 
ant); Rocky Neck, Gloucester Harbor, Apr. 1908 (Balch). 

Cratena? pustulata (Alder and Hancock). 

Bergh, Malacol. Unters., 1878, vol. 15, p. 18. 

Eolis pustulata Alder and Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 
1855, pt. 7, fam. 3, pi. 45, figs. 4, 5; pi. 47, fig. 22. " Culler- 
coats, [England]." 

Eolis purpurea Stimpson, Smithson. Contr. Knowl., 1854, vol. 6,. 
art. 5, p. 25. 

Aeolis purpurea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 246. 



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Grand Manan, 
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Duck Island, under stones at low-water ^ 



Tergipes despectus (Johnston). 

Verrfll, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, pp. 495, 667; Proc. 
U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 391. 

Eolidia despeda Johnston, Loudon's Mag. Nat. Hist, 1835, 
vol. 8, p. 378, fig. 35e. " Berwick Bay [England]." 

Aeolis despecta Gould, Liv. Mass., 1870, p. 248, pi. 16, figs. 222- 
225 (in part according to Verrill, see Galvina exigua). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport Harbor. 

Mass. — Timber dock, Charles River, Sept., 1842; South Bos- 
ton, July; on piles of Warren Bridge, low tide, aniong Campanu- 
laria, June and July (Stimpson teste GoiJd); Gloucester (Grould). 

R. L — Off Watch Hill, 4 to 5 fathoms, on Laminaria, among 
hydroids (Verrill). 

Conn. — Stonington. 



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Embletonia fuscata Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 251, pi. 16, figs. 229-232. 
River * * * South Boston Bridge, [Mass.]." 

Mass. — Charles River, on logs in timber dock; South Boston 
Bridge, on Laomedea genictdata, July, 1842 and 1865 (Gould); 
Provincetown among the filamentous green algae (Rathbun); 
Duxbury. 

Embletonia fuscata lanceolata Gould. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 252, fig. 521. No locality. 
Mass. 



Xharles 



Embletonia remigata Gould. 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 252, pi. 16, figs. 214-217. 
River and at South Boston Bridge, [Mass.]." 

Mass. — Charles River and at South Boston Bridge, with £. 
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Galyina picta (Xlder and Hancock). 

Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 461, tab. anat. struct, 
pi. 16, fig. 5 (dent.). 

Eolis pallida Alder and Hancock, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1842, 
ser. 1, vol. 9, p. 35. " Cullercoats sands [England]." 

Eolis picta Alder and Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 1847, 
pt. 3, fam. 3, pi. 33. 

Aeolis picta Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 246, pi. 19, fig. 282. 

Mass. — Timber dock, Boston, 1842, (Gould); dredged in 5 
fathoms, near Governor's Id., Boston Harbor, June, 1850 (Stimp- 
son teMe Gould); Rocky Neck, Gloucester Harbor, 1908 (Balch). 

Galvina ezigua (Alder and Hancock). 

Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 461, tab. anat. struct 
pi. 16, fig. 6 (dent.). 

Eolis exigua Alder and Hancock, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1848, 
ser. 2, vol. 1, p. 192. " Fowby Harbour [England]." Alder and 
Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 1851, pt. 5, fam. 3, pi. 37. 

Aeolis despecta Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 248, pi. 16, figs. 222- 
225 (in part, see Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 553). 

Mass. — Salem, 1879, on Obelia (Emerton); Boston, spring and 
early sunmier. 

CORYPHELLIDAE. 

Coryphella ruflbranchialis (Johnston). 

Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 319. 

Eolis rufibranchialis Johnston, Loudon's Mag. Nat. Hist., 1832, 
vol. 5, p. 428, fig. 85. - " Berwick Bay, [England]." Alder and 
Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 1848, pt. 4, fam. 3, pi. 14; 
1855, pt. 7, pi. 47, fig. 9 (dent.). 

Aeolis rufibranchialis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 242, pi. 19, 
figs. 269, 272 (in part according to Verrill, see C r. mananensis), 

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CoryphaUA roflbranchlalli Tnanam»ngii (Sdmpson). 

Balch, Nautflus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 35. 

Eolis numanensu Sdmpson, SmithaoiL. Contr. KnowL, 1854, 
vol. 6, art 5, p. 26. " in 35 f(athoii8L* * * Hake Bat [Grand 
MananJ." 

Aedu rufibranckialis Gould, Inv. ^laas., 1870, p. 242 (in part ac- 
cording to Verrill). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Kennebunk; Eastport 

Dredged in many localities from off Fisher's and Block Island to 
Halifax, N. S., in 20 to 90 fathoms, among hydroids, the most 
common species at such depths (Verrill). 

Mass.— Rocky Neck, Gloucester Harbor, April 26-30, 1908 
(Balch); Cohasset, Nov. (Bryant). 

Coryphella ruflbranchialis chocolata BalcL 

Balch, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 35. "Rocky Neck [Mass.]." 

Mass.— Rocky Neck, Gloucester Harbor, April 26-30, 1908; 
Bass Rocks, May 20, 1915 (Balch). 

Coryphella stellata (Stimpson). 

Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, p. 36. 
Eolis stellaia Stimpson, Smithson. Contr. KnowL, 1854, vol. 6, 
art. 5, p. 25. [Grand Manan.] 

Aeolis stellaia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 245, pi. 19, figs. 271, 

278. 

Grand Manan. 



Coryphella(?) salmonacea (Couthouy). 

Eolis {Cavolina, Brug.) salmonacea Couthouy, Boston Joum. 
Nat. Hist., 1838, vol. 2, p. 68, pi. 1, fig. 2. " Charles River, 
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Aeolia aalvfumaceaJjonXA, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 240, pi. 18, figs. 
264,265. 

Mass. — " Tide-water of Charles River," Boston. 

Coryphella diyersa (Couthouy). 

Bush, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1883, vol. 6; p. 242. 

Eolis diversa Couthouy, Boston Journ. Nat. Hist., 1839, vol. 2, 
p. 187, pi. 4, fig. 14 (not fig. 9). " Massachusetts Bay, Chelsea 
Beach." 

Aeolis diversa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 247, pi. 19, figs. 267, 
268 (not fig. 280, ?fig. 276). 

Mass. — Massachusetts Bay, spring, among roots of Laminaria 
saccharina. 

Coryphella 8timp8oni{(Verrill). 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 388; Trans. Conn. 
Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 552, pi. 42, fig. 14. 

Cuihona atimpsoni Verrill, Amer. Journ. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 17, 
p. 314. " Eastport, Me." 

Me. — Eastport, low water; Jeffreys Ledge, 51 fathoms. 
Mass. — Salem Harbor; Massachusetts Bay. 

Coryphella rutila Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Journ. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 17, p. 314. " East- 
port, Me." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 552. 

Me. — Eastport at low water. 

Corypl^ella nobilis VerriU. 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 388. " off Cape 
Cod." VerriU, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 552, pi. 42, 
fig. 15. 

Off Cape Cod, in 75 fathoms, Sept. 1, 1879 (Verrill). 



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FACELINIDAE. 

Facelina bostoniensifl (Couthouy). 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 389. 

Eolis bostoniensis Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1838, vol. 

2, p. 67, pi. 1, fig. 1. " TIDE WATER OF ChARLES RiVER, MaSS." 

Aeolis bosUmiensis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 241, pi. 19, figs. 
266, 273-275, 283. 

Mass. — Sept. with ova at Craigie's Bridge, Charles River; 
rather common in various parts of Boston Harbor by dredging, 
and at Lynn (Stimpson teste Gould) ; Cohasset, Sept., on Laminaria 
(Owen Bryant) ; common from low water to 20 fathoms, on Obelia 
and other hydroids, from Massachusetts Bay to Block Id. and 
Newport, R. I. (Verrill). 

FIONIDAE. 

Fiona marina (Forsk&l). 

Bergh, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1884, vol. 10, art. 1, p. 9, 
pi. 11, fig. 1. 

Limax marinus Forsk&l, Descr. Anim. Orient., Observ. 1776, p. 
99; Icon. Rer. Nat. in Itinere Orient., 1776, pi. 26, fig. G. g. 

" MaRI MEDrrERRANEO." 

Fixma nobUis Alder and Hancock, Monogr. iBrit. Nud. Moll., 
1855, pt. 7, fam. 3, pi. 38a; pi. 47, fig. 30 (dent.). Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 551. 

South of Marthas Vineyard, in large numbers among Anatifera, 
on pieces of floating timber (Verrill). 

GLAUCIDAE. 
Olaucus atlanticus Forster. 

Forster, Voy. " Resolution," 1777, vol. 1, p. 49. [South Atlan- 
tic] Bergh, Rept. Voy. Challenger, Zool., 1884, vol. 10, art. 1, 
p. 16, pi. 14, fig. 16. 

Glaucus margaritaceus Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1885, vol. 6, 



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p. 430; Rept. U. S. Comm. Fish and Fisheries for 1883, 1885, 
p. 592, pi. 28, figs. 113, 113a, 113b. 

South of Marthas Vineyard, pelagic; N. lat. 39"* 05' 30", W. 
long. 70° 44' 30". 

DOTOIDAE. 

Dote coronata (Gmelin). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 236, fig. 517 (ova), pi. 16, figs. 233- 
237. 

Doris coronata Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1790, p. 3105. " ad uttus 

INSULAE WaLCHEREN SeELANDIAE." 

Me. — Casco Bay; Bay of Fundy. 

Mass. — Charles River on piles of Craigie's Bridge, below low- 
water mark; Nahant; off Marthas Vineyard; Rocky Neck, 
Gloucester Harbor. 

R. I.— Off Watch Hill, 4 to 5 fathoms on Obelia. 

Conn. — Long Island Sound, near New Haven. 

Dote formoBa Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1875, ser. 3, vol. 10, p. 41, pi. 3, fig. 4. 
" OFF Point Judith [R. I.] 10-14 fathoms." 

Me. — Eastport, from low-water mark to 50 fathoms, usually 
on hydroids (Verrill). 
Mass.— Off Point Judith, 10 to 14 fathoms, Aug. 19. 

DENDRONOTIDAE. 
DendronotUB frondoBUB (Ascanius). 

AmpkiirUe frondosa P. A. Ascanius, Kongl. Vid. Selsk. Skrift.^ 
1774, vol. 5, p. 158, pi. 5, fig. 2. "in mari Norvegico.*' 

Triionia arborescena Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 5. 

Dendronotua arborescena Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 234, pi. 22, 
figs. 311-313. 

Triionia reynoldaii Couthouy, Boston Joum. Nat Hist., 1838^ 
vol. 2, p. 74, pi. 2, figs. 1-4. 



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Me. — Casco Bay; Kennebunk; also at Grand Manan. 

Mass. — Craigie's Bridge, Boston (Gould); Cohasset, Nov.; 
Rocky Neck and Brace's Cove, Gloucester (Balch); Duxbury. 
Common among hydroids. 

R. I. — Watch Hill, 4 to 5 fathoms, common on Lammaria 
among Obelia (Verrill). 

Dendronotus frondosuB elegans Verrill. 

Dendronotus elegana Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, 
p. 385. " OFF Cape Cod." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 551. 

Dendronotus arhorescena Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, 
p. 59. 

Off Cape Cod, 26 fathoms, Sept. 6, 1879. 

Dendronotus robustUB Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 50, p. 405, fig. 1, a-c 
" Whale Cove, Grand Menan." Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
1879, vol. 2, p. 197; Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 550. 

Dendronotus velifer Sars, Moll. Reg. Arct. Norv., 1878, p. 315, 
pi. 28, fig. 2; tab. anat. struct, pi. 15, fig. 4 (dent.). 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport. 

Mass. — Ipswich Bay, 19 fathoms, July; Cohasset on kelp with 
D, frondosus, November (Owen Bryant); south of Marthas 
Vineyard, in 192 fathoms (Verrill). 

SCYLLAEIDAE, 
^Scyllaea pelagica marginata Bergh. 

Bergh, Verb. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien, 1871, vol. 21, p. 1292. 
ScyUaea edwardsii Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, vol. 16, 
p. 211 ; Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 550, pi. 42, fig. 10. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, in Little Harbor, attached to eel-grass 
and sargassiun, autumn of 1877 (Verrill); Vineyard Sound on 
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HOLOHEPATICA. 
DORIDIDAE. 

'Geitodoris complanata (Verrill). 

Bergh, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1894, vol. 25, p. 163, pi. 4, figs. 
13-18; pi. 5, figs. 1-5. 

Doris complanata Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, 
pp. 392, 399. [south of Marthas Vineyard, 86 fathoms.] 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 549, pi, 58, figs. 34-34b. 

Mass. — South of Marthas Vineyard, 85 to 146 fathoms, among 
sponges (Verrill). 

Cadlina obvelata (Muller). 

Doris obvelata Muller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 229. 
I Denmark.] 

Doris pUmttlata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 231, pi. 20, figs. 294, 
296. 

Doris repanda Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 17, 
p. 312. 

Cadlina repanda Bergh, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1894, vol. 25, 
p. 169, pi. 7, figs. 4-11. 

Me.— Casco Bay, 3 to 30 fathoms; Gulf of Maine, 60 to 150 
fathoms (VerriU); Passamaquoddy Bay, July (Gould); French- 
man's Bay (Dwight Blaney); Blue Hill Bay, on stones, 10 fathoms. 
Sept 

Mass. — Cohasset, on stones, 5 fathoms, August. 

POLYCERIDAE. 
Issa laeera (Abildgaard). 

Bergh, Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien, 1881, vol. 30, p. 646, pL 13, 
figs. 12-15; pi. 14, figs. 4-12. Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 547, pi. 42, fig. 11. 

Doris laeera Abildgaard in Muller, Zool. Danicae, 1806, vol. 4, 

p. 23, pi. 138, figs. 3-4. " IN MARI NORVEGICO." 



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Cashe's Ledge. 

Off Cape Ann, 25 to 80 fathoms; Massachusetts Bay, 35 to 48 
fathoms; off Cape Cod, 70 fathoms; on and near Stellwagens 
Bank, 25 to 60 fathoms, August (Mayer and Balch). 

Issa ramosa Verrill and Emerton. 

Venill and Emerton in Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1881, ser. 3, 
vol. 22, p. 301. [south of Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. 
Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 547, pi. 58, figs. 36, 36a. 

South of Marthas Vineyard, 100 to 130 fathoms. 

Palio lessonii (d'Orbigny). 

Bergh, Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien, 1881, vol. 29, p. 602. 
Polycera lessonii d'Orbigny, Mag. de Zool., 1837, vol. 7, art. 8, 

Cl. 5, p. 5, pi. 105. " ENVIRONS Di; LA ROCHELLE [FrANCE]." 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 226, pi. 17, figs. 242-248. 
Doris illuminata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 4. 

Me. — Common in Casco Bay and Bay of Fundy, low water to 
20 fathoms (Verrill). 

Mass. — Craigie's Bridge and Aspin wall's shipyard (Gould); 
Cohasset, on kelp, Nov. (Owen Bryant). 

R. L— Watch Hill, 3 to 6 fathoms. 

Conn. — Savin Rock, near New Haven, and off south end, 4 to 5 
fathoms (Verrill). 

Polycerella emertoni Verrill. 

Verrill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1880, vol. 3, p. 387. " Wood's 
HoLL [, Mass.] *** New Haven, Conn.* ** Newport, R. I." 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 548. Bergh, Verh. 
Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien, 1884, vol. 33, p. 162, pi. 8, figs. 9-19; pi. 9, 
figs. 1-6 (anat.). 

Mass. — Woods Hole, among eel-grass, Aug. and Sept. 
R. I. — Newport, on filamentous algae, July and August (Verrill). 
Conn. — New Haven, on hydroids from piles of Long Wharfs 
Oct. (Verrill). 



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GONIODORIDAE. 

Acanthodoris pilosa (Abildgaard). 

Daria piloaa Abildgaard, in Miiller, Zool. Danica, 1789, vol. 3, 
p. 7, pi. 85, figs. 5-8. " IN Fucis maris Norvagici." 

Doris bifida Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 50, p. 406. 

Acanthodoris steUata Verrill, Amer. Joum, Sci., 1879, ser. 3, 
vol. 17, p. 313. 

AcarUhodoris citrina Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 
17, p. 313. 

Me. — Eastport, at low-water mark, Aug. 19, 1868. 

Mass. — Charlestown Navy Yard, 1849 (Gould); Brace's Cove, 
East Gloucester, Apr. 1908 (Balch). 

Conn. — Savin Rock, near New Haven, low-water mark, egg- 
laying, Oct. 

Acanthodoria pilosa omata (Verrill). 

« 

Acanthodoris omata Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 
17, p. 313. " Eastport, Me." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, 
vol. 5, p. 549, pi. 42, fig. 12. Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, 
p. 159. 

Me. — Eastport, at low-water mark, August (Verrill). 

Adalaria proxima (Al^er and Hancock). 

Bergh, Ball's Sci. Results Expl. Alaska, 1880, art. 6, p. 225, pi. 9, 
figs. 12-15. 

Doris proxima Alder and Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 
1854, pt. 6, fam. 1, pi. 9, figs. 10-16; 1855, pt. 7, pi. 46, fig. 8 (dent.). 
"Birkenhead, [England]." 

Me. — Eastport, at low-water mark (Verrill). 

Lamellidoris muricata (Miiller). 

Bergh, Dall's Sci. Results Expl. Alaska, 1880, art. 6, p. 221, pi. 9, 
fig. 18; pi. 11, figs. 10-12. 



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Doris muricata Miiller, Zool. Danicae Prodr., 1776, p. 22&. 
[Denmark.] 

Onctndoris muricata VerrUI, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 17,. 
p. 314. 

Me. — Eastport 
R. I.— Block Island. 

^Lameilidoria aspera (Alder and Hancock). 

Bergh, Syst der Nud. Gaster., 1892, p. 161. 

Doris aspera Alder and tiancock, Ann. Mag/ Nat. Hist, 1842,. 
ser. 1, vol. 9, p. 32. " Tynemouth, Cullercoats and Whitlet,^ 
[England]." 

Doris pallida Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 229, pi. 20, figs. 284^ 
287, 288 (not fig. 291). 

Onchidoris pallida Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 50^ 
p. 408. 

Me. — Casco Bay; Eastport Harbor, low water to 30 fathoms 
(Verrill). 

Mass. — Beveriy, Feb., 1848 (Agassiz); dredged near Gover- 
nor's Id., Boston Harbor, Oct., 1849 (Stimpson teste Gould); 
Cohasset, on kelp, Nov, (Owen Bryant); off Cuttyhunk Id, 
(Verrill); Brace's Cove, East Gloucester, on corallines, Apr. 1908 
(Balch). 

R, I, — Newport. 

LamellidoriB diaphana (Alder and Hancock). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 550. 

Doris diaphana Alder and Hancock, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1845, 
ser. 1, vol. 16, p. 313. " Meadfoot Sands, Torbay, [England].'" 
Alder and Hancock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. Moll., 1846, pt 2, fam, 1,. 
pi. 10; 1855, pt. 7, pi. 46, fig. 9 (dent.). 

Me.— Eastport, at low-water mark (Verrill). 



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^Lamellidoris bilamellata (Linn^). 

Bergh, Semper's Reisen Archipel d. Philippinen, pt. 2, 1878, 
vol. 2, no. 14, p. 606, pi. 64, fig. 13; pi. 65, figs. 1-5. 

Limax bUameUahuf Linn^, Fauna Suecica, 1761, ed. 2, p. 508. 
" Maris Norvegici." 

Doris bilamellata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 228, pi. 20, figs^ 
285, 286; pi. 21, figs. 299, 305-^09. 

Mass. — Under a floating log at EJast Boston, May, 1849 (Gould) ; 
Beverly, June (Agassiz); Boston Harbor near Governor's Id., 4 
fathoms, May, 1853 (Stimpson); Castle Id., Boston Harbor, 
May, 1915 (Humphrey). 

LameiUdoria (?) teneUa (Gould). 

Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, p. 161. 

Dims teneUa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 229, pi. 20, figs. 289, 
290, 293. " Beverly, [Mass.]." 

Onekidoris teneUa Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 50, 
p. 407. 

Me. — Near Eastport, low-water mark, 1870 (Verrill). 
Mass. — Beverly, February, 1848 (Agassiz). 

Lameilidoris (?) grisea (Gould). 

Bergh, Syst. der Nud. Gaster., 1892, p. 161. 

Doris grisea (Stimpson MS.) Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 232, 
pi. 20, figs. 292, 295. " Charles River * * * Chelsea Beach * * * 
East Boston Point, [Mass.]." 

Onekidoris grisea Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 50, 
p. 407. 

Me. — Near Eastport, in a pool at low-water mark (VerriD). 

Mass. — On floating Zostera in Charles River, November 9, 1842; 
also on the under side of Fucus-covered stone at East Boston Point, 
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l4mitmdorii H) djadwnau GookL 

Bergb, SysL dtr Nod. Gaster^ 1^02, p. 161. 
/>ofu dtademata Gould, Inv. Maas., 1870, p. 230, pL 21, figs. 
298, 300-304. '' BoflTOx axd Betehlt Hakbok [, Mass.]/' 

Mam. — "" Found in deep water, Boston and Beverly Harbors " 

(AffLmaz). 

Idalia (Ualtolla) piilehaUa Alder and Hancodc 

Jdalia pukhdla Alder and Hancock, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1854, 
ser. 2, vol. 14, p. 103. " 9r. Iyes, [England]." Alder and Han- 
cock, Monogr. Brit. Nud. MoU., 1854, pt. 6, fam. 1, pi. 17, figs. 
5, 6; 1855, pt. 7, App., p. v. 

Idaliella puhhella Verrfll, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, 
p. 548, pi. 42, fig. 13. 

Mahb. — Salem. 



Idalia (IdaUella) modesta Verrill. 

Idalia modesta Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1875, ser. 3,, vol. 10, 
p. 41, pi. 3, fig. 3. [off Fisher's Island; Block Island Sound; 
N. OF Little Gull Island, 40 fathoms.] 

Idaliella modesta Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 548. 

Mahh. — Vineyard Sound and off No Man's Land. 
R. I.— Block Island Sound, 17 to 24 fathoms, Aug. 6. 
Conn.— Off west end of Fisher's Island, Aug. 25, 1874 (Verrill). 

Ancula cristata sulphurea Stimpson. 

Ancula sulphurea Stimpson, Smithson. Contr. Knowl., 1854, 
vol. 6, art. 5, p. 26. [Grand Manan.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 233, fig. 516 (ova), pi. 22, figs. 310, 314. 

Mass. — Among corallines, on Zostera, and under stones in 
Boston Harbor; Brace's Cove, East Gloucester, Apr. 1908 (Balch). 



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OORAMBroAE. 
Doridella^obscura Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Journ. Sci., 1870, ser. 2, vol. 60, p. 408, figs. 2, a-b, 
3. " Savin Rock near New Haven [, Conn.]." Verrill, Rept. 
Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, pp. 664, 400, pi. 25, fig. 173, a-b; 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1882, vol. 5, p. 647, fig. 5. 

Mass. — .Vineyard Sound, low water to 10 fathoms. 
R. I.— Qflf Block Island, 13 fathoms. 

Conn.— Savin Rock, Oct. 28, 1868; Long Island Sound, near 
New Haven, low water to 5 fathoms. 

PULMONATA. BASOMMATOPHORA. 

AURICULIDAE. 

"^Carychium exiguum (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 466, fig. 720. Pilsbry, Proc, Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila., 1891, p. 319. 

Pupa exigua Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 375. [near Philadelphia, Pa.] 

Me. — Kennebunkport; Orono; Woodland, Aroostook Co.; 
Bethel; Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Boston; Lexington; Westfield. 
R. I. — Providence. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

*Carychium exile H. C. Lea. 

H. C. Lea, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1842, ser. 1, vol. 42, p. 109, pi. 1, 

fig. 5. "WiSSAHICCON CREEK, NEAR PHILADELPHIA." Pilsbry, 

Nautilus, 1894, vol. 8, p. 63, figs. 10-14. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Hebron; Buckfield. 

Carychium exile canadense Clapp. 

Clapp, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 19, p. 139, pi. 8, figs. 1, 2, 6, 7. 
" Kennebunkport, Me." 



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Me. — Kennebunkport; Islesboro; E&gle Lake; Caribou, 
Aroostook Co. . 
Vt. — Hartland. 

Carychium minixnum Miiller. 

Miiller, Verm. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol 2, p. 125. [Eu- 
ROPE.] Forbes and Hanley, Brit. Moll., 1853, vol. 4, p. 198, pi. 125, 
fig. 6. 

Mass. — Norfolk Downs, in the vicinity of greenhouses. Intro- 
duced. 

^Alexia myosotis (Drapamaud). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 463, figs. 718, 719. 

Auricula myosotis Drapamaud, Tabl. Moll. France, 1801, p. 53, 

pi. 3, figs. 16, 17. " c6tES DE la MfeDIXERRANf e." 

Auricula denticukda Gould* Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 199, fig. 129 
(rum Montfort). 

Me. — Portland; Eastport; Castine. 
Mass. — Boston; Woods Hole; Marblehead. 
R. I. — Newport; Wickford. 

Conn. — Stonington; New Haven; West River, near West 
Haven; Branford. 

*Melampu8 lineatus Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 246. 
" Maryland and New Jersey." 

Melampus bidentatus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 245 (rum Montagu, 1803). (Jould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 467, fig. 721. 

Me. — Portland; Biddeford Pool; New Meadows River. 
Mass. — Ipswich; Revere; Plymouth; Provincetown; Woods 
Hole. 

R. I — Nayatt; Narragansett Bay. 
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PHYSIDAE. 
^Physa heteroBtropha (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 483, fig. 736. 

Lymnaea heterastropha Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, pi. 1, fig. 6. 
" Delaware river." 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the ponds and streams. 

^Phsma ancillaria Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1825, ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 124. 
"Delaware river near Easton, and *** Connecticut river 
ABOVE Hartford." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 486, fig. 736. 

Me. — Mud and Square Lakes, Aroostook Co.; Waterville; 
Prospect; North Warren. 
N. H. — Merrimack River. 
Vt. — Lake Champlain; Hartland. 
Mass. — Fresh Pond, Cambridge; Lynnfield. 
Conn. — Connecticut River, above Hartford; near New Haven. 

^Physa sajrii Tappan. 

Tappan, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1839, ser. 1, vol. 35, p. 269, pi. 3, 
fig. 3. " Lake Pipin, * * * Portage County, Omo." 

Me. — Caribou (Nylander); Fort Kent. 

Physa fragilis Mighels. 

Mighels, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1843 (?), vol. 1, p. 49. 
" Monmouth, Me." Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 2, p. 89, fig. 153. 

Me. — Monmouth, in a mill pond (Mighels). 

Physa gyrina Say. 
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"BowYER CREEK, NEAR COUNCIL Blufp, [Iowa]." Binney, 
Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 2, p. 77, fig. l30. 

Vt. — Lake Champlain (Adams). 
?R. I. — Tiverton (Carpenter). 

Physa elliptica Lea. 

Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1837, new ser., vol. 5, p. 115, pi. 19, 
fig. 83. No locality. 

Me. — Aroostook Co. 

*Apleza hsrpnorum (Linn^). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 106, fig. 81. 

BuUa hypnorum Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 727. 
"in Europae Muscis." 

Physa ehngaJta Say, Jonm. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 171. 

Bvlinus elongatus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 486, fig. 738. 

Me. — Portland; Bethel; Monmouth; Bangor; Woodland; 
North Warren; Saco. 
N. H.— Keene. 
Vt. — Hartland; Burlington. 
Mass. — Cambridge; Southborough; Milton. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

LYMNAEIDAE. 
*Lymnaea stagnalis appressa (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 137, pi. 19, 
figs. ^10; pi. 20, figs. 1-6; pi. 21, figs. 1-3. 

Lymneus appressiis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 168. " Lake Superior." 

Vt. — Lake Champlain; Burlington (Adams); mouth of the 
Winooski River (Dr. H. F. Perkins); Lake Hortonia; Clmnney 
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* ^seudoBUCcineft columella (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911. no. 3, p. 163, pi. 23, 
figs. 8-20; pl.'24, figs. 1-A. 

Lymnaea columella Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, 
vol. 1, p. 14. No locality. [Cold Water Creek, Mo.] 

Limnaea columella Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 471, fig. 723. 

Limnea acuminata Adams, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 
39, p. 374. 

Me. — York, Cumberland, Oxford, Knox and Penobscot Counties. 

Vt. 

Mass. — New Bedford; Winchester; Danvers; Waltham. 

R. I.— Tiverton. 

Conn. — Branford. 

*p8eudo8uccinea columella chalybea (Gould). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 171, pi. 24, 
figs. 5^13. 

Lymnea chalybea Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, 
p. 196. [Cambridge, Mass.] 

Limnaea columella var. chalybea, Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 472. 

Me. — Thomaston; Union. 
Vt. — Lake Hortonia. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Green Lodge Station, Neponset River; 
Duxbury; Uxbridge. 

R. I. — Tiverton; Newport. 

'^Badiz auricularia (Linn^). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 179, pi. 22, 
figs. 12-15. Clapp, Nautilus, 1913, vol. 26, p. 116. 

Hdix auricularia linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, p. 774. " in 

EUROPAE PLUVnS, BTAGNIS." 

Mass. — Common in the Charles River about three miles above 
the Dam, on both the Cambridge and the Boston shores. Intro- 
duoed. 



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B^ker, Spec. PabL ChicB^o AcmL ScL, 1911, no. 3, p. 18i, pL 25, 

LifmntuM megammMM Say, Nanrnthre Looey's EiqiedU 1824, voL 2, 
p, 263, pL 15, fig. 10. " Bois Buucc Lake, NonH-wEsr Tkssi- 

limnaea (BtJiwmea) megasoma Bimii^, Smidiaon. Misc. CoD., 
1865, vol. 7, art- 2, p. 37, figa. 46, 47. 

Vt.— Lake Champlam; Burlington (Adams) ; " Jnterveb," moath 
of the Winooski River (H. F. Perkins). 
?Maw. 



^Aealla haldamani (Deshayes). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sd., 1911, no. 3, p. 192, pi. 18, 
fig. 1; pi. 26, figs- 1-4. 

Lymnaea gracilis Jay, Cat. Shells, 1839, ed. 3, p. 112, pi. 1, figs. 
10, 11 (nan Zieten, 1830). " Essex Co., N. Y." 

lAjnnaea (Acella) gracilis Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, 
vol. 7, art. 2, p. 69, %s. 112, 114. 

Limnaea haldemani Deshayes in Binney, Joum. de Conch., 1867, 
ser. 3, vol. 7, p. 428 (new name for L, gracilis 3&y, preoccupied). 

Vt. — Lake Champlain (Adams); mouth of Potash Brook 
(H. F. Perkins); Chimney Point. 

Oalba caperata (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 225, pi. 28, 
figs. 20-33; pi. 29, figs. 1-3. 

Lymnaeus caperatiis Say, New Harmony (Ind.) Disseminator, 
1829, vol. 2, p. 230. [Indiana.] 

Limnaea caperata Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 2, p. 56, fig. 87. 

Me. — Ironbound Id. 
Mass. — Westfield. 



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R. I.— Smithfield. 
Conn. — Housatonic. 



'^Galbft umbiUcftta (C. B. Adams). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 236, pi. 30, 
figs. 1-7. 

Limnea umbilicata C. B. Adams, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, 
vol. 39, p. 374. " New Bedford, [Mass.].*' Gould, Inv. Mass., 
1870, p. 480, fig. 731. 

Me. — North Haven; Buckfield; Woodland; Fox Id., Penob- 
scot River; Fort Kent. 

N. H.~Keene. 

Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Salem; Cohasset; Southborough; West- 
field; Duxbury. 

R. I. — Pawtucket. 

Conn. — Farmington River, Unionville. 

Qalba parva (Lea). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 243, pi. 29, 
figs. 5-14; pi. 30, figs. 9-12. 

Lymnea parva Lea, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1841, vol. 2, p. 33. 
" Cincinnati, Ohio." 

Me. — Rockland. 
Conn. 

*Qalba humilis modicella (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 259, pi. 19, 
figs. 31-37; pi. 31, figs. 1-9. 

Lymneus modicellua Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1825, 
ser. 1, vol. 5, p. 122. " Oweoo, on the Susquehanna river 

NEAR the state OF NeW YoRK." 

Limnaea kumilis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 482, fig. 734 (non 
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Limnea linsleyi DeKay, Nat. Hist. N. Y., Moll., 1843, p. 72, pi. 4, 
fig. 74. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Rockland. 

N. H. . 

Mass. — Uxbridge; Duxbury; Pittsfield; Arlington. 

Conn. 

Oalba humilis nutica (Lea). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 268, pi. 31, 
figs. 10-14. 

Lymnea ruttica Lea, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1841, vol. 2, p. 33. 
" Poland, Ohio." 

Me. — Saco. 

Mass. — Wobum; Arlington; Cambridge (Clapp). 

*Oalba obrussa (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 270, pi. 26, 
figs. 8-13; pi. 31, figs. 20-37. 

Lynineus obrussua Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1825, ser. 1, 
vol. 5, p. 123. " Harrowgate " [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 

Limnea desidiosa Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1842, p. 31, 
pi. 10; p. 48, pi. 13, figs. 16-18. 

Limnaea desidiosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 478, fig. 729 {non 
Say). 

Me. — Westbrook; Saco; Aroostook Co.; Rockland. 
Vt. — Manchester. 

Mass. — Waltham; Winchester; Williamstown; Neponset 
River. 
R. L— Obieyville. 
Conn. — Near New Haven; Orange; Milford. 

Oalba obrussa pcTninsuIae (Walker). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 283, pi. 32, 
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Lymnaea deMioaa var. peninsulae Walker, Nautilus, 1908, vol. 

22, pp. 9, 16, pi. 2, fig. 7. " HEADWATERS OP THE UnION RiVER, 

Ontonagon County, Michigan." 
Me. — Unity (Berry); Thomaston (Lennond); Woodland. 

Qalba obrussa ezigua (Lea). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 285, pi. 32, 
figs. 7-14. 

Lymnea exigua Lea, Ppoc. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1841, vol. 2, p. 33. 

" TeNN[E88EE]." 

Me. — Aroostook River, Caribou; Caribou Stream, Woodland 
(Nylander); Fort Kent; Orono. 
Conn. — Branford. 

Qalba obrussa decampi (Streng). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 289, pi. 32, 
figs. 15-22. 

Limnaea desidioaa var. decampi Streng, Nautilus, 1896, vol. 9, 
p. 123, fig. " Brook's Lake, Newaygo Co., Mich." j 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou (Nylander). 

*Qalba palustris (Muller). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 298, pi. 26, 
figs. 17-37; pi. 33, figs. 1-25; pi. 34, fig. 20. 

Bnccinvm palustre Muller, Venn. Terr, et Flu v. Hist., 1774, 
vol. 2, p. 131. [Europe.] 

Limnaea dodes Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 475, fig. 728. 

Limnea expansa Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1842, no. 4, 
p. 29, pi. 9, figs. 6-8. 

Me. — Caribou; Scarboro. 

Vt. — Shelbum Bay and Larrabee Point, Lake Champlain; 
Hartland. 



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BiASS. — Cambridge; Chebacoo Lake; Wobum. 
R. I. — Piovkleiice i&nd Worcester Canal near Long Bridge; 
LcHifldale. 

Conn. — Housatonic River. 

Galba elodes ahortlefEli (Tryon). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 330, pi. 34, 
fig. 13. 

Lymnaea (Limnopkysa) ihurtUffii Tryon, Amer. Joum. Conch., 
1866, vol. 2, p. 1 1 1, pi. 10, figs. 4, 5. " Weatogue, Hartford Co., 
Conn." 

Conn. — Weatogue, Hartford Co. 

^Oalba refleza (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 332, pi. 30, 
figs. 30, 31 ; pi. 35, figs. 3, 5-22; pi. 36, figs. 1-11 ; pi. 18, fig. 10. 

Lymneus reflexua Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 167- " Lakes Erie and Superior." 

Vt. — Lake Champlain (Roper). 

^Oalba paUida (C. B. Adams). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 377, pi. 40, 
figs. 1-5. 

Limnea pallida C. B. Adams, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, 
vol. 39, p. 374. " Shoreham, Vt." 

Limnaea pallida Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 481, fig. 733. 

Vt. — Higate and Larrabee Point; Burlington, Lake Champlain. 
?Ma88. — Andover (Adams). 

'^Oalba catascopium (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 380, pi. 30, 
figs. 25, 26; pi. 40, figs. 6-35; pi. 61, figs. 1--4; pi. 47, fig. 10. 



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Lymnaea cataacopium Say, Nich. Encycl., Amer. ed., 1817, 
vol. 2 (no pagination), pi. 2, fig. 3. " Delaware River." 

Lymneua pinguis Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1825, ser. 1, 
vol. 6, p. 123. 

Lymnea linsleyi DeKay, Nat Hist. N. Y., Moll., 1843, p. 72, 
pi. 4, fig. 74. 

Me. — Waterville. ^ 

Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. 

Conn. — Stratford. 

*Oalba decollata (Mighels). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 400, pi. 42, 
figs. 23-26; pi. 41, figs. 8-10. 

Limnaea decollata Mighels, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1843 (?), 
vol. 1, p. 49. " Unity, Me." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 473, 
fig. 725. 

Mb. — Winnecook Lake, Unity, Waldo Co.; Portland; Lincoln. 
?CoNN. — Housatonic River. 

*Oalba emarginata (Say). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 408, pi. 30, 
figs. 27, 28; pi. 41, figs. 18-24; pi. 43, figs. 1-12. 

Lymneua emarginal'us Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 170. " lakes of Maine." 

Limnaea emarginata Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 2, p. 51, figs. 75, 79. 

Me. — Mud Lake or Second Eagle Lake; west branch of Fish 
River between Eagle and Portage Lakes; St. John River, at Fort 
Kent. 

*Oalba emarginata mighelsii (Binney). 

Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, p. 416, pi. 43, 
figs. 13-21; pi. 41, fig. 25. 



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limnea ampla Mig^ids, Boston Joum. Nat Hist., 1843, v<J. 4, 
p. 347, pi. 16, figs, la, lb, Ic (mm Hartmann). " Second Eagle 
Lake, Maine." 

Limnaea mighebn Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, 
art. 2, p. 31, footnote. 

Limnaea emarginata var. mighelsi Nylander, Distr. of lAmnaea 
emargif^sta in Maine, 1901, pis. 3, 4. 

Me. — Square Lake Inlet, Cross and Portage Lakes, Aroostook 
Co.; Sebago Lake. 

*Oalba oronoensia (Baker). 

Lymnaea decollata oronoensis Baker, Nautilus, 1904, vol, 18, 
p. 62. " Orono, Maine." 

Oalba oronerms Baker, Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1911, no. 3, 
p. 438, pi. 47, figs. 1-9. 

Me. — Orono; Penobscot River at Lincoln; Caribou River, 
Aroostook Co.; Lake Auburn. 

'^Planorbis antrosus Conrad. 

Conrad, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1834, ser. 1, vol. 25, p. 343. " Ran- 
don's creek, near Claiborne, Alabama." 

Planorbis bicarinatus Say, Nich. EncycL, 1817, vol. 2 (no pagina- 
tion), pi. 1, fig. 4. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 491, fig. 742. Walker, 
Nautilus, 1909 (non Lamarck, 1804), vol. 23, p. 1, pi. 1, fig. 3. 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the ponds and streams. 

*Planorbi8 antrosus aroostookensis Pilsbry. 

Planorbis bicarinattis aroostookensis Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1895, 
vol. 8, p. 115. "East branch of Salmon brook, Woodland, 
Aroostook Co., Me." Walker, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 7, pi. 1, 
figs. 1, 2. 

Me. — East branch of Salmon Brook, Woodland; Collin's Pond; 
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Planorbis antrosus striatus Baker. 

Planorbis bicarinattis striatus Baker, Nautilus, 1902, vol. 15, 
p. 120. " Milwaukee, Wisconsin [pleistocene]." Baker, Trans. 
Acad. Sci. St. Louis, 1906, vol. 16, p. 9, pi. l,fig. 11. 

Me. — Square Lake; Rockville. 
N. H.— ProffleLake. 

'Planorbis antrosus portagensis Baker. 

Planorbis bicarifuUus portagensis Baker, Nautilus, 1908, vol. 22, 
p. 45. "Portage Lake, on Fish River, Aroostook County, 
Maine." Walker, NautUus, 1909, vol. 23, p. 8, pi. 1, fig. 9. 

Me. — Square Lake; Cross Lake; Second Lake and Moosehead 
Lake. 

^Planorbis triyolvis Say. 

Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, vol. 2, pi. 11, fig. 2. " French Creek 
NEAR Lake Erie." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 488, fig. 740. 

Me. to Conn. — Common in most of the ponds and streams. 

^Planorbis triyolvis fallaz Haldeman. 

Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1844, no. 7, p. 15, pi. 3, figs. 1-3. 
"Massachusetts, Lake Erie, Indiana.?" 

Planorbis lentus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 490, fig. 741 (non 
Sayi. 

Me. — Unity. 

Vt. 

Mass. — Revere; Mystic Lake, Arlington. 

^Planorbis binnesri Tryon. 

Tryon, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1867, vol. 3, p. 197. 

Planorbis corpidentus Gould, U. S. Expl. Exped. under Wilkes, 
1852, vol. 12, p. 113; Atlas, pi. 8, figs. 130, a, b (non Say). " Co- 
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PUnunbU tritohU Gould, Inv. Blaas., 1870, p. 488 (in part)^ 
fig. 740. 

Vt. — Lake Champlam. 
Mam.— Dalton (Winkley). 

^PUnorbis eampanulatus Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 166. 
" Cayuga lake, [New York]." Gotdd, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 492, 
fig. 743. 

Me. to Conn. — ^^Common in most of the lakes and streams. 

^Planorbis (Menetus) exacuous Say. 

Planarbis exacuous Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sd. Phila., 1821, ser. 1,. 
vol. 2, p. 165. "Lake Champlain." 
Planorbia exacuiua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 495, fig. 746. 

Me. — Norway. 

Vt. — Burlington; Chimney Point, Lake Champlain. 
Mass. — Lynnfield ; Cambridge ; Concord. 
R. I. — Valley Falls Pond; near Pawtucket (Carpenter). 
Conn. — Tashua Church Brook (Linsley); West River, near- 
New Haven. 

^Planorbia (Gyraulus) hinutus Gould. 

Planorbis hirsiUus Gould, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 38, 
p. 196. [Mansfield, Mass.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 493, 
fig. 744. 

Planorbis albus Binney, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1865, vol. 7, art. 2,. 
p. 132, figs. 219-221 (rum MuUer). 

Me. — Portage Lake; Rockland. 
Vt. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Dedham; [Dorchester; Sharon; Duxbury^ 
Wareham. 
R. I. — Providence and Worcester Canal; Valley Falls. 
Conn. — Stonington; New Haven. 



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*Planorbi8 (Oyraulus) deflectus Say. 

Planorbis deflectiis Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, 
p. 261, pi. 15, fig. 8. " North-west Territory." Gould, Inv. 
Mass., 1870, p. 494, fig. 745. 

Planorbis virens Adams, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1840, ser. 1, vol. 39, 
p. 374. 

Me. — Portage Lake. 

Vt. 

Mass. — Winchester; Lynnfield; New Bedford; Cambridge. 

R.L—VaUey Falls Pond. 

Conn. — Bantam Lake, Litchfield; near New Haven. 

*Planorbi8 (Oyraulus) dilatatus Gould. 

Planorbis dilatatus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 210, fig. 140. 
" Nantucket * * * Hingham, [Mass.]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
p. 498, fig. 748. 

Me. — Harrison. 

Mass. — Magnolia; Duxbury; Plymouth. 

R. I.— Smithfield. 

Conn. — Yantic River, Norwich : Stratford and near New Haven. 

^Planorbis (Oyraulus) panrus Say. 

Planorbis parvtis Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, vol. 2, pi. 1, fig. 5. 
" Delaware River." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 497, fig. 747. 

Planorbis denaius C. B. Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, 
vol. 3, p. 327, pi. 3, fig. 16. 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou; Portland; Rockland. 

N. H.— Keene. 

Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. — Revere; Norfolk and Plymouth Counties; Pittsfield. 

R. I.— Cunliff's Pond, Elmville. 

^Planorbis (Armiger) crista (Linn^). 

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NavtUus crista Liim€, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 709. 
*'iN Germaniae paludibus." 

Planorbis natdUeus Gray, Turton's Manual Land and Fresh- 
water Shells, 1857, p. 236, pi. 8, fig. 94. 

Me. — Barren Brook, Caribou (Nylander). 

*8egxnentixia armigera (Say). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 499, figs. 749, 750. 
Planorbis armigerus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,^ 1821, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 164. " Upper Missouri." 

Me. — Bangor; Monmouth; North Warren. 

Vt. — Burlington; Chimney Point. 

Mass. — Aubumdale; Cohasset; Revere; Andover. 

R. I.— Tiverton. 

Segmentina Jenksii (H. F. Carpenter). 

Davis, The Apteryx, 1905, vol. 1, p. 117, pi. 9, figs. A. B. 

Planorbis jenksii Carpenter, Central Falls Visitor, March 2, 
1871; Conch. Exch., 1887, vol. 2, p. 2. "near Hammond's 
Pond, Pawtucket, R. I." 

R. I. — Near Hammond's Pond, Pawtucket. 

ANCYLIDAE. 
*AncylU8 fuscus C. B. Adams. 

Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, p. 329, pi. 3, 
fig. 17. " Andover * * * Mansfield, [Mass.]." Walker, Nauti- 
lus, 1903, vol. 17, p. 15, pi. 1, figs. 1-9. 

Mass. — Fresh Pond, Cambridge; Winchester. 
Conn. — Near New Haven. 

*AncyIu8 riyularis Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 125. 
[United States.] Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, pp. 16, 25, 
pi. 1, figs. 1-10, 13-15. 



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Me. — Collins' Millpond, Caribou (Nylander). 
Mass. 

^Ancylus tardus Say. 

Say, New Hannony (Ind.) Disseminator, Jan. 15, 1831. " Wa- 
bash River." Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, p. 27, pi. 1, figs. 11, 
12, 16-23. 

Me. — Aroostook River, Caribou; Orono. 
Vt.— Hartland. 

*AncyIU8 parallelus Haldeman. 

Haldeman, Monogr. Limniades, 1841, no. 2, p. [3] of cover. 
"Vermont." Ibid,, 1844, no. 7, Ancylus, p. 11, pi. 1, fig. 6. 
Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, p. 77, pi. 6, figs. 1-9. 

Ancylus nvularis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 224, fig. 153 {non 
Say). 

Me. — Collins' Mill^nd, Caribou Stream, Caribou; Cross Lake; 
Salmon Brook, Woodland (Nylander). 

Ancylus ovalis Morse. 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soe. Nat. Hist., 1864, vol. 1, p. 44, figs. 
101, 102. " Bethel, Me." Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, p. 79. 

Me. — Androscoggin River, at Bethel. 

Ancylus borealis Morse. 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hbt., 1864, vol. 1, p. 45, figs. 
103, 104. " Patten, [Me.]." Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, 
p. 80, pi. 6, figs. 1^16. 

Me.— Patten (Morse) ; St. John River, at Fort Kent (Nylander). 

Ancylus novangliae Walker. 

Ancylus (Ferrissia) navangliae Walker, Nautilus, 1908, vol. 21, 
p. 138, pi. 9. figs. 5-7. " Cambridge, Mass. 

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Ancylus pumilus Sterki. 

Sterki, Eighth Ann. Rept. Ohio State Acad. Sci., 1900, p. 36. 
[Tuscarawas County, Ohio.] Walker, Nautilus, 1904, vol. 18, 
p. 82, pi. 6, figs. 20-22. 



Me. — Orono. 



STYLOMMATOPHORA. 



HELICIDAE. 



'^HeUz (Tachea) hortensis Miiller. 

Helix hortensis Miiller, Venn. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2, 
p. 52. [Europe.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 429, fig. 688. 

Helix 9ubglobosa Binney, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1867, vol. 1, 
p. 485, pi. 17. 

Tachea hortensis Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, 
vol. 1, p. 10, fig. 11. 

Me. — Cape Porpoise; Brown Cow, Inner Green and Cliff 
Islands, Casco Bay; Pumpkin Knob; Seal Rock; Little Egg Rock; 
Spruce Head; Bar Harbor; Little Duck Island; Isle au Haute. 

Mass. — Rockport; Gloucester; Magnolia; Manchester; Salt, 
Eagle, House, and Kettle Islands; Cohasset; Provincetown; 
Chatham; Nantucket; Marthas Vineyard; Tuckemuck and 
Chappaquiddic Islands. 

?CoNN. — Weston (Linsley). 

Note. — Hdix aspersa Miiller was recorded by Binney from Portland, 
Me., in 1869. It was also introduced at Woods Hole, Mass., in 1883 
(Bull. U. S. Fish Comm., 1884, vol. 4, p. 87). There is now no evidence 
of its existence at either locality. 

'^Hygromia hispida (Linn^). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 274. 

Helix hispida Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 771. 

" SVECIA." 

Frutidcola hispida Bfamey, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
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Me. — Rockland (Lermond). 

Mass. — Marthas Vineyard, near (Jay Head (Thomson). 

Hygromia rufeseens (Pennant). 

Pil^bry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 274. 

Hdix rufeseens Pennant, Brit. Zool.', 1777, vol. 4, p. 134, pi. 85, 
fig. 127. [England.] 

Frutidcola rufeseens Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 464, fig. 506. 

Mass. — Naushon Island, near the "French water place" 
(Thomson). 

^Polygsrra tridentata (Say). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 76. 

Helix tridentata Say, Nich. Encycl., 1816, vol. 2, pi. 2, fig. 1. 
" Middle States." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 422, fig. 680. 

Triodopsis tridevMa Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 291, fig. 312. 

N. H. — Concord; Squam Lake. 

Vt. — Burlington; St. Johnsbury; Newport; Coventry; Mt. 
Equinox; Sudbury; Mt. Ascutney. 

Mass. — North Adams; Williamstown; Bashbish FaUs; 
Chester. 

Conn. — Stratford; Greenwich. 

^Polygsnra sayana Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1906, p. 127. 

Helix diodonta Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 257, 
pi. 15, fig. 4 (rum Muhlfeld). " New York." 

Helix sayii A. Binney, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, 
p. 379, pi. 16 {rum Wood, 1828). 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Capens, Moosehead Lake; Bethel; 
Bangor; Bridgeton. 



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N. H. 

Vt. — St. Johnsbury; Mt. Equinox; Mt. Ascutney. 
Mass. — Westport; Williamstown; North Adams. 
R. I.— Tiverton (Thomson). 

*Pol7g3nra albolabris (Say). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 76. 

Helix albolabris Say, Nich. Encycl, 1816, vol. 2, pi. 1, fig. 1, 
[United States.] 

Mesodon albolabris Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 298, fig. 319. 

Me. to Conn. — Conmion in the woods and on many of the 
islands along the coast. 

Polygsrra albolabris dentata (Tryon). 

Mesodon albolabris dentaia Tryon, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1867, 
vol. 3, p. 39, pi. 7, fig. 6. " Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsyl- 
vania, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, &c." 

Mass. 

R. I.— Tiverton. 



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^Polygsrra dentifera (A. Bumey). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 77. 

Helix dentifera A. Binney, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1837, vol. 1 
p. 494, pi. 21. " Vermont." 

Mesodon derdifervs Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 2^ 
p. 312, fig. 333. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Capens, Moosehead Lake; Bethel, 
N. H.— Fitzwilliam. 

Vt. — East side of the Green Mts. (Adams) ; Mt. Ascutney. 
Mass. — Chester; North Adams. 



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*Polyg3rra thsrroidus (Say). 

PUsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 77. 

Helix thyraidus Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, 
vol. 1, p. 123. [United States.] 

Mesodon thyroides Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 313, fig. 335. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mass. — Cohasset; New Bedford; Westport; Dartmouth; 
Swansea; Williamstown; Blue HiU; Naushon Id.; Clarendon 
Hill. 

R. I. — Tiverton; Cumberland. 

Conn. — Greenwich. 

^Polygsrra palliata (Say). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 77. 

Helix palliaia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 152. " Illinois." 

Triodopsis palliata Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 284, fig. 303. 

Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, Windsor Co.; Orange Co. 
Mass. — Berkshire Co. 

^olygyra hirsuta (Say). 

Pikbry, Manual Conch., 1894, ser. 2, vol. 9, p. 78. 

Helix Mrstda Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, 
vol. 1, p. 17. [United States.] 

Stenotrema Ursutum Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 278, fig. 295. 

Mass.— Pittsfield (Roper). 

Conn. — Stonington; Weston; New Haven; Greenwich. 

^Polygsrra fratema (Say). 
Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 470, fig. 23. 



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Helix fratema Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 257, 
pi. 15, fig. 3. " Pennsylvania." 

Hdix numodon Goulfi, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 418, fig. 678. 

Stenotrema monodon Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 280, fig. 298. 

Me. — Caribou; Capens, Moosehead Lake; Bethel; Prospect; 
Ironbound Id. 

N. H. — Livermore; Glen House; Jackson. 

Vt. — St. Johnsbury; Hartford; Burlington; Mt. Equinox; 
Mt. Ascutney. 

Mass. — Williamstown; North Adams; Westport; Westfield. 

R. I.— Tiverton. 

Conn. — Orange; Stratford; New Haven; Greenwich. 

CIRCINARIIDAE. 
^Cireinaria eoneava (Say). 

Walker, Kept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 472, figs. 25-28. 
Heliz concava Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, vol. 
2, p. 159. " Illinois and Missouri." 
Macrocyclia concava Gould, Inv. Mass. 1870, p. 406, fig. 668. 

Me.— Bethel; Oxford Co. 

Vt. — St. Johnsbury; Cloak Island, Lake Champlain; Man- 
chester; Newport. 
Mass. — North Adams. 

ZONITIDAE. 
^Omphalina fuliginosa (Griffith). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 474, figs. 29-32. 

Helix fvliginosa Griffith in Gould, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist, 
1840, vol. 3, p. 417, pi. 24. " Southern, Middle, and Western 
States." 

Zonites fiUiginosa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 454, fig. 714. 



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Vt. — Mt Equinox. 
Mass. — Bashbish Falls, 
Conn. — Stratford ; Greenwich. 

^Omphalina inomata (Say). 

Walker, Kept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 475, fig. 33. 
Helix inomata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 371. "Pennsylvania." 
Zfrniies inomata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 453, fig. 712. 

Vt. — Middlebury (Adams). 
Mass. — North Adams; Chester. 

^Vitrina limpida Gould. 

Gould, Agassiz's Lake Superior, 1850, p. 243. " Cape Gour- 
GANNE, [Lake Superior]." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 394, fig. 
653. 

Vitrina peUucida Adams in Thompson's Hist. Vt., 1842, p. 162. 

Me. — Caribou; Fort Kent; Presquelsle; Orono; Bethel; Mt. 
Desert; near Portland and on several islands in Casco Bay. 
Vt. 
Mass. — Westport. 

^Vitrea eellaria (Miiller). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 477, fig. 41. 

Helix eellaria Miiller, Verm. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2, 

p. 28. " IN CELUS VINARHS HaVNIAE." 

Hyalina eellaria Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 395, fig. 654. 
A European species introduced by commerce. 

Me. — Portland; Saco; Castine. 

Mass. — Salem; Marblehead; Lynn; Boston; New Bedford; 
Newtonville. 

R. I. — Providence; Pawtucket. 
Conn. — Huntington. 



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*Vitrea hammoniB (Strom). 

Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902, no. 3, pt. 2, p. 180, figs. 
36 (2), 37. 

Helix hammoniB Strom, Trondhjem. Selsk. Skrift., 1765, vol. 3, 
p. 435, fig. 16. [Norway.] 

Helix radiattda Alder, Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Northumberland, 
Durham, Newcastle-upon-Tyi^e, 1831, vol. 1, p. 38. 

Hyalina eledrina Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 397, fig. 656. 

Me. to Conn. — A common and widely distributed species. 

'''Vitrea binneyana (Morse). 

Walker, Kept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 479, fig. 44. 

Hyalina binneyana Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist, 
1864, vol. 1, p. 13, text-fig. 25; pi. 2, fig. 9; pi. 4, fig. 13; pi. 6, 
fig. 26. [Maine.] Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 400, fig. 659. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Bethel; Orono; Ironbound Id. 

N. H. — Three-Mile Island, Lake Winnipesaukee. 

Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Westport; Lexington. 

R. L 

^Vitrea wheatleyi (Bland). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 478, fig. 43. 

Zonites wheatleyi Bland, Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 1882, vol. 2, 
p. 368, fig. 1. " Knoxville, Tennessee * * * Tiverton, Rhode 
Island." 

R. I. — Tiverton, ** rare, foimd with H, ferrea " (Thomson). 

^Vitrea indentata (Say). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 480, fig. 48. 
Helix indentata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 372. " Harrigate, [Philadelphia]." 

Hyalina indentata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 398, fig. 657. 



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Me. — Cape Elizabeth. 
Vt. \ 

Mass. — Revere; Brookline; Westport; Cohasset; North 
Adams; Duxbury; Magnolia. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 
Conn. — Plymouth. 

Vitrea rhoadsi Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1899, vol. 12, p. 101. " New Jersey: White 
Pond, Warren County." Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 19, p. 109, 
fig. 1. 

Me. — Buckfield; Kennebunkport; South Portland. 
Conn. — West Granby, Hartford Co. 

^Vitrea multidentata (Binney). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 481, fig. 50. 

Helix muliidentata A. Binney, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, 
vol. 3, p. 425, pi. 22, fig. 5. " Vermont, on the eastern slopes 
OF THE Green Mountains." 

Hydina mvltidentata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 404, fig. 666. 

Me. — Cumberland and Oxford Cos.; Buxton; Norway. 

Vt. — Middlebury; Hartland. 

Mass. — Westport. 

R. I.— Tiverton (Thomson). 

^Striatura ferrea Morse. 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, vol. 1, p. 17, 
figs. 36-39. [Maine.] 

Hyalina ferrea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 401, fig. 663. 

Me. — Bethel; Orono; Caribou; Woodland; Ironbound Id. 
Mass. — Waverly ; Duxbury; Westfield. 
R. I.— Tiverton (Thomson). 



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*8triatura milium (Morse). 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist, 1864, vol. 1, p. 18, fig. 41. 
Helix milium Morse, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1859, vol. 7, 
p. 28. "Maine." 

Hyalina milium Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 401, fig. 662. 

Me. — Bethel; Augusta; Portland; Orono; Woodland; Mt. 
Desert; Saco. 
N. H. — Deering. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Lexington; Duxbury. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 

*KuconulU8 fulvuB (Miiller). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 482, fig. 53. 

Helix fulva Miiller, Venn. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2, p. 56. 

[EUBOPE.] 

Camdusfulvus Pibbry, Nautilus, 1899, vol. 12, p. 115. 

Me. — Woodland; Buckfield; Moosehead; Mt. Desert; West- 
brook; Kennebunkport. 
Mass. — Cambridge; New Bedford; Westfield. 

'*'KuconulU8 cheninus (Say). 

Helix chersina Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 156. " Sea Islands of Georgia." 

Hyalina chersina Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 402, fig. 664. 

Convlus chersina Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, 
Vol. 1, p. 19, fig. 46. 

Euc(muLv3 chersinus polygyratus Walker, Rept Geol. Surv. Mich., 
1906, p. 482, fig. 54. 

Me. — Fort Kent; Bucksfield; Kennebunkport. 

Vt. 

Mass. 

"'Zonitoides nitida (MuUer). 
Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 483, fig. 57. 



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Hdix nitida MiiUer, Verm. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2, 

p. 32. " IN SCALA LAPIDEA HORTI FrIDRICHSBEROENSIS." 

Hyalina nitida Binney and Bland, Smithson. Misc. Coll., 1869, 
vol. 8, art 3, p. 31, figs. 35, 63. 

Me. — Bar Harbor. 
Mass. — Dorchester. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 

*Zonitoide8 arborea (Say). 

Walker, Kept. Geol. Surv. Mich.,1906, p. 484, fig. 58. 

Helix arboreus Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, pi. 4, fig. 4. [United 

SlATES.] 

Hyalina arborea Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 396, fig. 655. 
Me. to Conn. — Common on decaying logs and stumps. 

Zonitoides (Pseudohyalina) minuscula (Binney). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 485, fig. 60. 

Helix minuscula Binney, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, 
p. 435, pi. 22, fig. 4. "Ohio." 

Pseudohyalina minuscula Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1864, vol. 1, p. 16, fig. 34. 

Hyalina minuscula Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 399, fig. 658. 

Me. — Vicinity of Portland; Kennebunk; Rockland; North 
Haven. 
Vt. 

Mass. — Westport; Duxbury; Blackstone. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 
Conn. — Hartford; Whittemore; New Haven. 

^Zonitoides (Pseudohyalina) ezigua (Stimpson). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 485, fig. 61. 
Helix exigua Stimpson, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1850, vol. 3, 
p. 175. " Massachusetts, viciNnr of Boston." 



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P$eudohyalina exigua Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist^ 
1864, vol. 1, p. 16. 

Hydina exigua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 400, figs. 660, 661. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Orono; Bethel; Mt Desert. 
Mass. — Cambridge; Salem; Westport; Duxbury; Wareham. 
R. I. 
Conn. — Stony Creek, New Haven. 



Gastrodonta suppressa (Say). 

Walker, Kept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 488, fig. 71. 
Helix supprewa Say, New Hannony (Ind.) Disseminator, 1829 ^ 
vol. 2, p. 229. " Pennsylvania." 

Zoniies suppressa Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 454, fig. 713. 



Conn. 



LIMACIDAE. 



'*'Limaz mazimuB Linn^. 

Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 652. No locality. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 407, fig. [669.] 

Introduced and gradually spreading inland from the seaports. 

Me. — Portland; Bar Harbor. 

Mass. — Boston; Cambridge; Aubumdale; Wellesley; Milton* 

R. I. — Newport. 

Conn. 

Limaz flavus Linn^. 

Linnd, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 2, p. 652. No locality. 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 410, fig. 672. 

Limax variegatus Binney, Terr. Moll., 1851, vol. 2, p. 34, pi. 65, 
fig. 1. 

Introduced and confined chidly to the seaports. 

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Mass. — Boston; Cambridge; New Bedford. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

^Agriolimaz agrestris (Linn^). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., I9O6, p. 489, figs. 72-74. 
Limaz agrestris IJam6, Syst. Nat, ed. 10, 1758, vol. 2, p. d52. 
No locality. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 408, fig. 670. 
Limax iunicata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 3. 

Introduced from Europe and widely distributed. 

Me.— Portland; Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Boston; Cambridge; New Bedford; Cohasset; Dux- 
bury. 

Conn. — Northfield; New Haven. 

^Agriolimaz laevis campestris (Binney). 

Taylor, Monogr. Land and Freshwater Moll. Brit. Isles, 1907, 
pt. 10, p. 132, fig. 145. 

Limax campestris Binney, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1842 (?), 
vol. 1, p. 52. " NeW England States, New York, Ohio, Mis- 
souri." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 409, fig. 671. 

Me. to Conn. — Common under wood and stones. 

ARIONIDAE. 
*Arion hortensis F^russac. 

F^russac, Tabl. Syst. des Anim. Moll., 1819, pt. 1, Hist. Nat. 
Pulmon^ sans Opercule, p. 65, pi. 2, figs. 4, 5. " Paris, [France]." 
Taylor, Monogr. Land and Freshwater Moll. Brit. Isles, 1907, pt. 
11, p. 210, pi. 24. 

Arionfuscus Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 451, fig. 711. 

Introduced from Europe. 

Mb.— Portlakid. 

Mass. — Ipswich; Boston; Cohasset; New Bedford; Chester; 
Arlington. 
Conn. — New Haven. 



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Arlon subfuscus dnereofuseus (Drapamaud). 

Taylor, Monogr. Land and Freshwater Moll. Brit. Isles, 1907 
pt. 11, p. 193, pi. 24. 

Limax subfuscus cinereo-fuscus Drapamaud, Hist Nat Moll 
France, 1805, p. 125, pi. 9, fig. 8. [France.] 

Introduced from Europe. 

Mass. — Jamaica Plain, Boston (Cockerell, Nautilus, 1905, vol 
19, p. 84). 

PHILOMYCIDAE. 

^Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc). 

Limax carolinianus Bosc, Hist. Nat. des Vers, suites ^ Buffon 
ed. D^terville, 1802, vol. 1, p. 80, pi. 3, fig. 1. "l'Am&mqut 

SEPTENTRIONALE." 

Limax togata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 3. 

Tebennophorus carolinensis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 457 
fig. 716. 

Philomycus carolinensis Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902 
no. 3, pt 2, p. 201, pi. 30, fig. 1. 

Me. — Capens, Moosehead Lake; Isle au Haute. 
N. H. 
Vt. 

Mass. — Cohasset; Westport; Uxbridge; North Adams; Ches- 
ter. 
Conn. — Stratford. 

Philomycus pennsylvanicus Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1894, p. 22. "York 
Furnace, York Co., Pa. * * * South Mountain, near Pa. and 
Md. State boundary." 

N. H.— Mt. Monadnock (Dr. W. H. Dall). 

Pallifera dorsalis (Binney). 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, vol. 1, p. 8, fig. 5, 
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Philomyciu dorsalia Binney, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1842 (?), vol. 1, p. 52. _ " Massachusetts and Vermont." 
Tebermophorua dorsalia Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 460, fig. 717. 

Mb. — Isle au Haute. 

Vt. 

Mass. — Westport. 

ENDODONTIDAE. 

^Pyramidula altemata (Say). 

Baker, Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1902, no. 3, pt. 2, p. 206, pi. 28, 
figs. 19, 21-24. 

Hdix altemaia Say, Nich. Encycl., 1817, vol. 2, pi. 1, fig. 2. 
" Middle State's." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 412, fig. 673. 

Angvispira aUemata Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1864, vol. 1, p. 11, text-fig. 15; pi. 4, fig. 16. 

Me. to Conn. — Common in woods imder decaying logs. 

'*'Pyramidula cronkhitei anthonsri Pilsbry. 

Pilsbry, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1906, p. 153. 

Helix striaiella Anthony, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, 
p. 278, pi. 3, fig. 2 (rum Rang, 1831). " Cincinnati, [Ohio]." 
Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 413, fig. 674. 

Patula striaiella Moi^e, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat Hist, 1864, 
vol. 1, p. 21, text-fig. 48; pi. 2, fig. 6; pi. 8, fig. 49. 

Me. to Conn. — Common under the bark of decaying logs. 

'''Pyramidula cronkhitei catskillensis Pilsbry. 

Pyramidula striaiella catskUlensis Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1898, vol. 12, 
p. 86. " Tannersville Valley, Catskill Mountains, N. Y.; 
White Pond, Warren County, N. J." 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock. 

*Pyramidula (Planogyra) asteriscus (Morse). 
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Helix atterigcut Morse, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat Hist., 1857, vol. 6 
p. 128. " Bethel, Me." 

Planogyra oHeriscus Morse, Joum. Portland Soc Nat Hist 
1864, vol. 1, p. 24, text-figs. 50-62; pi. 2, fig. 5; pi. 8, fig. 53. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Qrono; Gorham. 
Mass. — Salem ; Wes^rt 

^HelicodiscuB parallelluB (Say). 

Walker, Kept Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 495, fig. 88. 

Helix lineata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1 
vol. 1, p. 18 {non Olivier). 

Planofbis paraUellus (sic) Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sd. Phila. 
1821, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 164. " Upper Missouri." 

Helicodiscus lineata Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat Hist, 
1864, vol. 1, p. 25, text-figs. 61, 62; pi. 2, fig. 3; pi. 8, fig. 63. 

Hyalina lineata Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 404, fig. 667. 

Me.— Woodland; Bethel; Mt. Desert; Little Duck Id. 
Vt. — Newport; Burlington. 

Mass. — Revere; Duxbury; Westfield; Blackstone; Magnolia 
Cohasset; Brookline. 
R. I. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

*Punctum pygmaeum minutissimum (Lea). 

Helix minviissima Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1844, new ser, 
vol. 9, p. 17. " Cincinnati [, Omo]." 

Pundum minvJliasimum Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat Hist 
1864, vol. 1, p. 27, text-figs. 69, 70; pi. 8, fig. 71. 

Hyalina minviiaaima Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 403, fig. 665 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Orono; Bethel; Ironbound Id. 
Mass. — Cambridge; Westport; Duxbury; Lexington; West 
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*8pliyradium edentulum (Drapamaud). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 54, fig. 37. 

Pupa edenhda Drapamaud, Hist. Nat. Moll. France, 1805, p. 59, 
pi. 3, figs. 28, 29. [France,] 

Pupa simplex Gould, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, 
p. 403, pi. 3, fig. 21. 

Vertigo simplex Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 444, fig. 706. 

Me. — Woodland; Capens, Moosehead Lake; Orono; Mt. 
Desert. 
N. H. — Francestown. 
Mass. — Cambridge; Westport; Lexington. 

SUCCINEIDAE. 
*8ueeinea retusa Lea. 

Lea, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soe., 1837, new ser., voL 5, p. 117, pi. 19, 
fig. "86. " Ohio, near CiNaNNAXi." 

Succinea ovalis Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 445, fig. 707 (non 
Say, 1817). 

Me. to Conn. — Common in moist places. 

*8uccinea ovalis Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., .1817, ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 15. 
[North America.] 

Succinea campeatris Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 195, fig. 126 
{non Say). 

Succinea obliqua Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, 
p. 260, pi. 15, fig. 7. Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 447, fig. 709. 

Me. to Conn. 

*8uccinea ovalis totteniana Lea. 

Succinea totteniana Lea, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1841, vol. 2, p. 
32. " Newport, R. I." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 448, fig. 710. 

Me. — Prospect; Ironbound Id. 
N. H — Francestown. 



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Mass. — Fresh Pond, Cambridge; Revere; Cohasset. 
R. I. — Newport. 

^Succinea avara Say. 

Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 260, pi. 15, fig. 6. 
** North-west Territory." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 446, 
fig. 708. 

Me. — Square Lake; Mt. Desert; Ironbound Id; Monmouth. 
Mass. — Wayland; Cambridge; Duxbury. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

PUPILLIDAE. 

*8trobilop8 labyrinthica (Say). 

Pilsbry, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sei. Phila., 1892, p 404. 

Helix labyrinthica Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, 
ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 124. [United States.] 

Strobila labyrinthica Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1864, vol. 1, p. 26, text-figs. 64-67; pi. 2, fig. 12, a-b; pi. 8, fig. 68. 

Me. — Caribou; Woodland; Orono; Sebago Lake; Mt. Desert. 
N. H.— Three Mile Island. 
Vt. 

Mass. — Lynnfield; Dartmouth; Westport; Cambridge; West- 
field. 

Conn. — Stonington; Hartford; New Haven. 

*8trobilop8 vlrgo (Pilsbry). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 506, fig. 120. 
Strobila labyrinthica var. virgo Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1892, vol. 6, 
p. 94. "Sebec Lake, Piscataquis Co., Maine." 

Me. — Sebec Lake (Winkley); Bethel (Roper); Capens. 
Vt. — Burlington. 



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GASTEROPODA. 211 

Strobilops afflnis Pilsbry. 
PUsbry, NautUus, 1893, vol. 7, pp. 66, 57. " New York, Ohio, 

ETC.** 

Me.— Bethel. 

*Zo5genit68 harpa (Say). 

Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, vol. 1, p. 32, pi. 1, 
figs. 1-3. 

Helix harpa Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 256, 
pi. 15, fig. 1. "North-west Territory." 

Pupa costvlaia Mighels, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1844, vol. 1, 
p. 187. 

Acanihinvla harpa Binney, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1885, no. 28, 
p. 185, fig. 183. 

Mb.— Fort Kent; Bethel; Waterville; Mt. Desert; North 
Haven; Sebago Lake. 
N. H.— Berlin FaUs; Wolfeboro. 
Vt. 

Mass. — Westport; High Pines, Duxbury Beach. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 

^Pupoldes marglnatus (Say). 

Pilsbry and Vanatta, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1900, p. 586. 
Cydostoma marginata Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 172. " Upper Missouri.' 
PupafaUax Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 436, fig. 696 {non Say). 

Mass. — New Bedford. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 

Bifldaria armifera (Say). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 510, fig. 132. 

Pupa armifera Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 162. " Upper Missouri." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, 
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Vt. 

Mass. — Boston. 
R. I.— Tiverton. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

^Bifldaria contracta (Say). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 510, fig. 133. 

Pupa conffoda Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. PhUa., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 374. " Virginia." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 438, fig. 
698. 

Me. — Bethel; Bangor. 

Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. — Westport; Swampscott. 

Conn. — Housatonic Valley. 

^Blfldaria pentodon (Say). 

Vanatta and Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 19, p. 122, pis. 6, 7, 
figs. 1-41. 

Vertigo pentodon Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, 
vol. 2, p. 376. " Pennsylvania." 

Pupa curvidens Gould, Inv. Mass., 1841, p. 189, fig. 120. 

Pupa pentodon Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 434, figs. 693, 694. 

Me.— Buckfield; Woodland; Bethel; Fairfield; Westbrook; 
Qrono. 
Vt. — Burlington. 

Mass. — Cohasset; High Pines, Duxbury; Wobum. 
R. I. 
Conn. — New Haven. 

Bifldaria tappaniana (C. B. Adams). 

Vanatta and Pilsbry, Nautilus, 1906, vol. 19, p. 126, pi. 7, figs. 
42-53. 

Pupa tappaniana Adams, in Thompson's Hist. Vt, 1842, p. 158. 
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Me. — Buckfield. 

Vt. — Middlebury. > 

Mass. — Duxbury. 

Bifldaria corticaria (Say). . 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 511, fig. 134. 
Odostomia corticaria Say, Nich. Encyd., 1817, vol. 4, pi. 4, fig. 5. 
Pupa corticaria Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 439, fig. 700. 

Me. — Bethel; Gorham. 
Mass. — Naushonld.; Wobum. 
Conn. — Orange. 

^PupiUa muscorum (linn^). 

Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 513, figs. 137-140. 
Turbo muscorum Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 767. 

" IN EUROPAE MUSCOSIS." 

Pupa muscorum Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 433, fig. 691. 

Me. — Near Fort Preble; Ironbound Id.; Mt. Desert; Rock- 
land. 

Mass. — Provincetown; Dartmouth; Westport; High Pines, 
Duxbury. 

PupiUa muscorum unidentata (C. Pfeiffer). 

Walker, Rept. Cfeol. Surv. Mich., 1906, p. 514, fig. 141. 
Pupa unidentata C. Pfeiffer, Naturgesch. Deutsch. Land- u. 
Siisswasser-Moll., 1821, vol. 1, p. 58, pi. 3, figs. 19, 20. "bey 

CaSSEL AUF DEM KrATZENBERQE, IJND AUF DEM SCHLOSSE ZU 

Felsberg, [Germany]." 

Pupa badia Adams, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, p. 331, 
pi. 3, fig. 18. 

Me. — Thomaston. 

Vertigo modesta (Say). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 29. 
Pupa modesta Say, Narrative Long's Exped., 1824, vol. 2, p. 
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Pupa iuara Gould, Proe. Boston Soc Nat. ffist^ 1847, voL 2, 
p, 263. 

Me.-- Ci^ Hiabetk 
Mam. 

Conk. — Stonington. 

^▼•rtlf o f OQldli (Binney). 

Gould, Inv. Maas., 1870, p. 440, fig. 701. 

Pupa gatddit Binney, Proc. Boston Soc. Xat. Hist., 1843 (?), 
vol. 1, p. 105. " Nobth-Eabtern and Middle States." 

Itthmia govldii Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, 
vol 1, p. 38, text-fig. 95; pi. 10, fig. 96. 

Mr. — Westbrook; Bethel; Woodland. 

N. H. 

Mass. — Cambridge; Roxbury; Westport 

R. I — Tiverton. 

Conn.— Northfield. 

Vertigo gouldil paradoza Sterki. 
Sterki, Nautilus, 1900, vol. 13, p. 103. " Woodland, [Maine]." 
Me. — Woodland, Aroostook Co. (Nylander). 

*Vertlgo boUeslana (Morse). 

Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 442, fig. 703. 

hthmia bollcsiana Morse, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1865, 
vol. 8, p. 209, figs. 4-6. " Maine * * * New Hampshire; Massa- 
chusetts; New York; and Norfolk, Va." 

Me. — Ironbound Id. (Blaney); Bethel. 

N. H. — Francestown. 

Mass. 

*V#rtlgo ventrloosa (Morse). 
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GASTEROPODA. 215 

Isthmia veniricosa Morse, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1865, vol. 8, 
p. 207, figs. 1-3. "Maine; Concord, N. H.; Mohawk and 
Greenwich, "N. Y." 

Me. — Woodland; Westbrook; Bethel; Ironboundld. 
N. H.— Concord (Morse). 
Conn. — New Haven. 

Vertigo ventrlcosa elatlor Sterki. 

Sterki, Land and Fresh Water Moll. New Philadelphia, Ohio, 
1894, p. 5. [Ohio.] 

Me. — Lx>nbound Id. (Blaney); Woodland; North Warren. 

*Vertlgo ovata Say. 

Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1822, ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 375. 
" Pennsylvania." Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 442, fig. 704. 

Me. — Portland. 

N. H.— Portsmouth. 

Vt. — Middlebury; Hartland. 

Mass. — Boston; Lynn; Cohasset; Westport; Duxbury. 

R. I.— Tiverton. 

Conn. — Stonington; Deep River; New Haven. 

Vertigo trldentata Wolf. 

Wolf, Amer. Joum. Conch., 1870, vol. 5, p. 198, pi. 17, fig. 1. 
"Canton, Illinois." Walker, Rept. Geol. Surv. Mich., 1906, 
p. 518, fig. 153. 

Me. 

Vertigo (Vertilla) miUum (Gould). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 33, fig. 24. 
Pupa milium (Jould, Boston Joum. Nat. Hist., 1840, vol. 3, 
p. 402, pi. 3, fig. 23. " Chelsea, [Mass.]." 



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Me. 

Vt. 

Mass. — Oak Island; Chelsea; Westport; High Pines, Duxbury* 

^Vertigo (Isthmia) pygmaea (Drapamaud). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 33. 
Pupa pygmasa Drapamaud, Tableau, 1801, p. 57; Hist Nat* 
Moll. France, 1805, p. 60, pi. 3, figs. 30, 31. [France.] 

Me. 

Mass. — Brookline; Waltham; Waverly. 

Vertigo nylanderi Sterki. 

Sterki, Nautilus, 1909, vol. 22, p. 107. " Woodland, Aroos- 
took County, Maine." 

Me. — Woodland. 

COCHLICOPIDAE. 

^Cochlicopa lubrica (Miiller). 

Dall, Harriman Alaska Exped., 1905, vol. 13, p. 33. 

Helix Ivbrica Miiller, Verm. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2,. 
p. 104. [Europe.] 

Zua Ivbricoidea Morse, Joum. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist., 1864, 
vol. 1, p. 30, text-figs. 79-81, 83, 84; pi. 10, fig. 82. 

Cionella svbcylindrica Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 431, fig. 690. 

Me. to CoNN.^ Common in woods under leaves and bark. 

VALLONIIDAE. 

^Vallonia pulchella (Muller). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 2, vol. 8, p. 248, pi. 32, figs. 
1-5. 

. Helix pulchella Muller, Verm. Terr, et Fluv. Hist, 1774, vol. 2, 
p. 30. [Europe.] 



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Helix minvia Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1817, ser. 1, 
vol. 1, p. 123. 

Me. — Mt. Desert 
Mass. — New Bedford. 

^Vallonia ezcentrlca Sterki. 

Sterki, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1893, p. 252, pi. 8, figs. B, M. 
[Europe and eastern North America.] Pibbry, Manual 
Conch., 1892, ser. 2, vol. 8, p. 249, pi. 32, figs. 6-9. 

Mb. — Caribou; Saco; Cape Elizabeth; Cliff Island. 
Mass. — Cambridge; Duxbury; New Bedford. 

"^Vallonia costata (Miiller). 

Pilsbry, Manual Conch., 1892, ser. 2, vol. 8, p. 252, pi. 32, figs. 
18-22, 27; pi. 33, fig. 54. 

Hdix cosUda Mttller, Venn. Terr, et Fluv. Hist., 1774, vol. 2, 
p. 31. "in loco elevato Fridrichsdalensis." 

Me. — Great Cranberry Island; Rockland; Aroostook Co. 
Mass. — Uxbridge ; Cambridge. 



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CEPHALOPODA. 

DIBRANCmA. DECAPODA 

TEUTHIDAE. 

Leitoteuthis fabridi (Lichtenstein). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 390, pi. 45, figs. l-2d; 
pi. 49, figs. 1-lf ; pi. 55, figs. 1-ld. 

Sepia loligo Fabricius, Fauna Groenlandica, 1780, p. 358 (non 
Linn^. 

Onychoteidkis fabridi Lichtenstein, Isis, 1818, vol. 19. 

Chiloieuikis rapax Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, 
p. 293, pi. 49, figs. 1-lf. 

Onychoteuthis banksii of authors, not of Leach. 

Gulf of Maine. — " From the stomach of a cod off Seal Island" 
(Verrill). 

Abralia megalops Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1882, ser. 3, vol. 24, p. 364. [off 
Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1884, vol. 6, 
p. 143, pi. 28, fig. 2. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 173 fathoms. 

OMMASTREPHIDAE. 
Ommastrephes illecebrosa (Lesueur). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1880, vol. 5, p. 268, pi. 28; pi. 29, 
figs. 5, 5a; pi. 37, fig. 8; pi. 39. 

Loligo illecebrosa Lesueur, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, 
ser. 1, vol. 2, p. 95, pi. [10]. " Sandy Bay, [Mass.]." 

Ommastrephes sagittatua Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 510, pi. 26, 
figs. 341-344 (not L, pavo); not pi. 25, fig. 339, which really repre- 
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Me. — Casco Bay; Mt. Desert; Eastport. 

Mass. — Gloucester; Salem; Provincetown; Vineyard Sound. 

R. I. — Newport. 

Sthenoteutbifl megaptera (Verrill). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1880, vol. 5, p. 223, pi. 21, figs. 1-9. 
ArchiteiUhis megaptera Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, 
vol. 16, p. 207. " Cape Sable, N. S." 

Gulf of Maine. — ** Cast ashore, during a severe gale, near Cape 
Sable " (Verrill) ; Georges Bank, from a codfish. 

CHIROTEUTHIDAE. 

Chiroteuthis lacertosa Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 408, pi. 56, figs. 1-lf . 
" Brown's Bank, off Nova Scotia." 

Chiroteuthis bonplandi (f ) Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, 
p. 299 {mm Verany). 

Gulf of Maine. — Brown's Bank, from the stomach of a cod 
(Verrill). 

Brachioteuthis beanii Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 406, pi. 55, figs. 3- 
3b; pi. 56, figs. 2-2a. " off Martha's Vineyard." 

Mass. — QflF Marthas Vineyard, in 183 to 368 fathoms; all from 
fish stomachs (Verrill). 

HISTIOTEUTHIDAE. 

HiBtioteutbiB coUlnaii Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1879, ser. 3, vol. 17, p. 241. *' off 
Nova Scotia." Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1880-81, vol. 5, 
pp. 234, 300, 404, pis. 22, 26; pi. 27, figs. 3-5; pi. 37, fig. 5. 

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DESMOTEUTHIDAE. 

Taonius pavo (Lesueur). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 306. , 
Loligo pavo Lesueur, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. I, 
vol. 2, p. 96, pi. [11]. " Sandy-Bay, [Mass.]." 

Loligopsia pavo Binney in Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 509, not 
pi. 26, figs. 341-344 (Verrill). Tryon, Manual Conch., 1879, 
ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 163, pi. 68, fig. 252; pi. 69, fig. 253. 

Mass. — Sandy Bay, Cape Ann. 

SPIRULIDAE. 
^Spirula spirula (Linn€). 

Hedley, Bull. New Zealand Colonial Mus., 1906, no. 1, p. 48. 

NatUUus spinda Linn^, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1758, vol. 1, p. 710. 
" America." 

Spinda fragiUs Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 516, fig. 755. 

Spinda peronii Tryon, Manual Conch., 1879, ser. 1, vol. 1, p. 
205, pi. 96, figs. 467-469; pi. 105, fig. 585. 

Mass. — Nantucket; Marthas Vineyard; Muskeget and No 
Man's Land, 1904 (Sumner). Shells are occasionally cast upon the 
outer beaches. 

LOLIGINIDAE. 

*Loligo pealeii Lesueur. 

Lesueur, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1821, ser. 1, vcl. 2, p. 92, 
pi. 8. " South Carolina? " 

Loligo pealii Binney in Gould, Inv. Mass., 1870, p. 514, pi. 25, 
figs. 339, 340. 

Loligo punctata DeKay, Nat. Hist. N. Y., Moll., 1843, p. 3, pi. 1, 
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Me. — Casco Bay. 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 5 to 20 fathoms; Hyannis; Province- 
town. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay; off Newport and Point Judith, 16 to 
26 fathoms. 

Conn. — New Haven; Noank, 3 to 8 fathoms. 

Loligo pealeli borealis Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 19, p. 292. " Annis- 
QUAM, Mass.'* Verrill, Trans. Conn. Apad., 1881, vol. 5, pp. 308, 
316, pi. 37, fig. 2; pi. 41, fig. 1. 

Mass. — Gloucester; Salem; Provincetown; Massachusetts 
Bay, 47 fathoms. 

Loligo peale^ pallida Verrill. 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, pp. 308, 317, pi. 34, 
figs. 1-4; pi. 37, figs. 9-11; pi. 40, fig. 1. 

Loligo pallida Verrill, Rept. Inv. Vineyard Sound, 1873, p. 635, 
pi. 20, figs. 101, 101a. " Long Island Sound." 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound, 5 to 16 fathoms; NantUcket Sound, 
8 to 12 fathoms. 

R. I. — Narragansett Bay, 6 to 12 fathoms; off Newport, 4| to 
16 fathoms. 

Conn. — Fisher's Island Sound; off New Haven. 

SEPIOLIDAE. 

<Stolot6Utbi8 leucoptera (Verrill). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 418. 

Sepiola leucoptera Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, vol. 16, 
p. 378. " Gulp of Maine 30 miles E. from Cape Ann.*' Verrill, 
Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 347, pi. 31, figs. 4, 5; pi. 54, 
% 4. 

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Mass.— QflF Cape Cod, 94 to 122 fathoms; off Marthas Vineyard, 
182 to 388 fathoms. 

Bossla hyatti Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, vol. 16, p. 208. " Massa- 
chusetts Bay; * * * oJ^ Cape Sable; * * * off Halifax, [N. S.]." 
Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 351, pi. 27, figs. 8, 9; 
pi. 30, fig. 1; pi. 31, figs. 1, 2; pi. 46, fig. 5. 

Mass. — Off Cape Ann, 6 to 14 miles, in 45 to 90 fathoms; off 
Gloucester 4^ to 8 miles, in 42 to 45 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 6} 
to 15 miles, in 45 to 80 fathoms. 

Bossla sublaevls Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, vol. 16, p. 209. " Massa- 
chusetts Bay." 

Rossia svblems Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 354, 
pi. 30, fig. 2; pi. 31, fig. 3; pi. 46, fig. 4; pi. 47, figs. 2-4. 

Mass.— Off Cape Ann, 6 to 33 miles, in 54 to 110 fathoms; cR 
Cape Cod, 11 to 15 miles, in 45 to 80 fathoms. 
R. I.— Off Newport, 155 to 372 fathoms. 

Heteroteutbis tenera Verrill. 

Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1880, ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 392. [off 
Marthas Vineyard.] Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, 
pp. 357, 419. 

Mass. — Off Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 192 fathoms. Most 
abundant in 125 to 150 fathoms. 
R. I.— Off Newport, 85 to 252 fathoms. 

OCTOPODA. 
PHILONEXIDAE. 

Parasira catenulata (F^russac). 

Verrill, Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 362, pi. 33, figs. 2, 2a. 
Octopus caienvlcUus F^russac, Poulpes, 1828, pis. 6, 6 bb, 6 ter. 



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Octopus granulaiuaYernil, Amer. Joiim. Sci., 1878, ser. 3, vol. 16, 
p. 210 (npn Lamarck). 

Mass. — Vineyard Sound. 



ARGONAUTIDAE. 

Argonauta argo amerlcana Dall. 

DaU, BuU. U. S. Nat. Mus., 1889, no. 37, pp. 174, 200, pL 43, 
figs, la-b; pi. 64, fig. 142b; pi. 67, figs. 1-3. [southeastern 
COAST United States.] 

ArgonatUa argo Verrill, Trans. G)nn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, pp. 364, 
420; im., 1884, vol. 6, p. 247, pi. 28, figs. l-lb. 

Mass. — QflF Marthas Vineyard, 64 to 365 fathoms. 

POLYPODIDAE. 

^ol3rpu8 areticus (Prosch). 

Hoyle, Joum. Conch., 1902, vol. 10, pp. 197, 204. 

Octopus areticus Prosch, Kong. Dansk. Vid. Selsk. Skrift., 1849, 
ser. 5, nat. math, afd., vol. 1, p. 59. " Gronland." 

Octopus bairdii Verrill, Amer. Joum. Sci., 1873, ser. 3, vol. 5, 
p. 5; Trans. Conn. Acad., 1881, vol. 5, p. 368, pi. 33, figs. 1, la; 
pi. 34, figs. 5, 6; pi. 36, fig. 10; pi. 38, fig. 8; pi. 49, figs. 4, 4a; 
pi. 51, figs. 1, la. 

Me.— Off Eastport, 75 to 80 fathoms; off Casco Bay, 50 to 95 
fathoms (Verrill). 

Mass. — Off Cape Ann, 5 to 13 miles, in 42 to 75 fathoms; off 
Gloucester, 4^ miles, in 43 to 45 fathoms; off Cape Cod, 14 to 15 
miles, in 70 to 94 fathoms; off Marthas Vineyard, 120 to 410 
fathoms. 

R. I.— Off Newport, 85 to 192 fathoms (Verrill). 



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INDEX TO GENERA AND SUBGENERA. 



Numbers in heavy-face type indicate the page on which the genus or 
subgenus first occurs as a valid name in the list. Page numbers in plain 
type refer to ssoionyms. If a name occurs on two or more consecutive 
pages, the number of the first page only is given. 



Abra, 76. 
Abialia, 218. 
Acanthinula, 211. 
Acanthodoris, 178 
Acella.182. 
Adrsa, 104. 
Aclis, 93, 106. 
Acmaea, 86. 
Acrybia, 107. 
Actaeon, 147. 
Acteon, 99, 147. 
Actinobolus, 61. 
Adalaria, 178. 
Adeorbis. 87. 120. 
Admete, 140. 
Aeolidia, 162. 
Aeolis, 162. 
Aequipecten, 28. 
Agriolimax, 206. 
Agriopoma, 69. 
Alasmidonta, 26. 
Alasmodonta, 23, 26. 
Alderia, 161. 
Alectrion, 110, 184. 
Alexia, 178. 
Aligena, 67. 
Amauropsis, 107. 
Amicula, 10. 
Amnicola, 114. 
Amphidesma, 75. 
Amphisph3rra, 149. 
Amphitrite, 169. 
Ampullina, 107. 
Anachis, 182. 



Anatina, 36. 
Ancula, 176. 
Ancylus, 192. 
Anguispira, 207. 
Angulus, 72. 
Anodon, 23. 
Anodonta, 24. 
Anodontoides, 26. 
Anomia, 81, 156. 
Aphrodite, 69. 
Aplexa, 180. 
Ai^ysia, 153. 
Aporema, 86. 
Aporrhais, 128. 
Area, 12, 13, 18. 
Architectonica, 120. 
Architeuthis, 219. 
Arctoscala, 108. 
Argina, 18. 
Argonauta, 228. 
Arion, 206. 
Armiger, 191. 
Arrhoges, 128. 
Assiminea, 111. 
Assiminia, 111. 
Astarte, 42. 
Astyris, 188. 
Atalanta, 129. 
Atlanta, 129, 155, 159. 
Auricula, 178. 
Avicula, 20. 
Axinopsis, 66. 
Axinulus, 64. 
Axinus, 65. 



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Balantium, 158. 

Baraea, 79. 

Bathyarca, 19, 20. 

Bela, 141, 146. 

Bifidaria, 211. 

Bittium, 126, 127. 

Boreoscala, 104. 

Brachioteuthis, 219. 

Brachydontes, 88. 

Buccinum, 125, 131, 186. 138, 185. 

Bulbus, 107. 

Bulimnea, 182. 

Btilinus, 180. 

Bulla, 147, 180. 

Bullaria, 160. 

Busyoon, 189. 

Bythinia, 116. 

Cadlina, 171. 
Cadulus, 84. 
Caecum, 128. 
Calliopaea, 160. 
Calliostoma, 90. 
CaUocardia, 69. 
Calyculina, 50. 
Calyptraea, 109. 
Campeloma, 111. 
Camptonectes, 80. 
Canoellaria, 140. 
Capulus, 110. 
Cardiomya, 41, 42. 
Cardita, 60. 
Cardium, 68. 
Carinaria, 129. 
Carychium, 177. 
Cavolina, 166, 166. 
Cemoria, 86. 
Cerastodenna, 68. 
GerithiopBis, 126. 
Cerithium, 126. 
Ceronia, 77. 
Cerophora, 129. 
Chaetodenna, 10. 
Chaetopleura, 8. 



Chemnitzia, 93, 94, 100. 
Chiloteuthis, 218. 
Chiroteuthis. 219. 
Chiton, 7. 
Chlamys, 28. 
ChrysaUida, 97. 
Cingula, 111, 116. 
Cionella, 216. 
Circinaria, 198. 
Ciraotrema, 103. 
athna, 120. 
Clausina, 64. 
Cleodora, 158. 
Clidophora, 87, 38. 
Clio, 155, 168. 
Clione, 160. 
Cocculina, 87. 
Cochlioopa, 216. 
Cochlodeema, 86. 
Colombella, 132. 
Columbella, 182. 
Colus, 187. 
Conulus, 202. 
Corbula, 39, 78. 
Comeocyclas, 58. 
Corolla, 169. 
Coryphella, 166. 
Couthouyella, 101. 
Crassina, 44. 
Crassinella, 46. 
Cratena, 162. 
Cremula, 101. 
Crenella, 84. 
Crepidula, 109. 
Creseis, 167. 
Crucibulum, 109. 
Cryptodon, 62. 
Qyptonatica, 106. 
Cumingia, 74. 
Cuspidaria, 40. 
Cuthona, 162, 167. 
Cuvieria, 159. 
/ Cuvierina, 169. 
Cyclas, 45. 



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Cyclocardia, 60, 61. 
Cyclopecten, 30. 
C^rcloBtoma, 112, 116, 211. 
Cylichna, 148, 160. 
Cymbulia, 169. 
Cyprina, 42. 
Cyrena, 71. 
Cyrtodaria, 78. 
Cytherea, 69. 

Dacrydium, 40. 
Defrancia, 141, 145. 
Dendronotus, 169. 
Dentalium, 82. 
Diacria, 167. 
Diaphana, 148, 149. 
Diplodonta, 62. 
Divaricella, 62. 
Dolium, 128. 
Doridella, 177. 
Doris, 169, 171. 
Doto, 169. 
Drillia, 140. 

Elysia, 161. 
ElysieUa, 161. 
Embletonia, 164. 
Ehisatella, 75. 
£ii8is,''76. 
Entails, 82. 
Eolidia, 164. 
Eolis, 162. 
Epitonium, 102. 
Euconulus, 202. 
Eudolium, 128. 
Eulima, 91. 
Eulimella, 92, 105. 
E}umeta, 127. 
Eupleura, 130. 
Eurynea, 22. 
Euspira, 106. 
Evalea, 98. 
Evalina, 98. 



Facelina, 168. 

Fasciolaria, 139. 

Ferrissia, 193. 

Fiona, 168. 

Firola, 129. 

Firoloida, 128. 

Fossarus, 120. 

Fruticicola, 194. 

Fulgur. 139. 

Fulvia, 69. 

Fusus, 131, 136, 142, 144. 154. 

Galba, 182. 
Galvina, 166. 
Gastranella, 72. 
Gastrodonta, 204. 
Geitodoris, 171. 
Gemma, 70. 
Glaucus, 168. 
Glycimeris, 79. 
Glycymeris, 78. 
Goniobasis, 126. 
Gouldia, 45. 
Gymnobela, 146. 
Gyraiilus, 190. 

Halicardia, 39. 

Haminea, 161. 

Hanleya, 7. 

Helicodiscus, 208. 

Helix, 4, 101, 108, 115. 181, 194. 207, 

210, 216. 
Helonyx, 84. 
Hemimactra, 76. 
Hermaea, 160. 
Heterofusus, 154. 
Heteroteuthis, 222. 
Hima, 134. 
Histioteutbis, 219. 
Homalogyra, 119. 
Honnomya, 32. 
Hyalaea, 156. 
Hyalina, 199, 208. 
Hyalocyclis, 158. 



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Hyalocylix, 158. 
Hygromia, 194. 

lanthina, 102. 
Idalia, 176. 
Idaliella, 176. 
Ilyanassa, 186. 
lolaea, 98. 
Ischnochiton, 9. 
Issa, 171. 
Isthmia, 214, 216. 

Jaminia, 92, 97. 
Janthina, 101. 

Kellia, 66, 66. 
Kelliopfiis, 68. 
Kennerleyia, 87. 
Kennerlia, 37. 
Koonsia, 164. 

Lacuna, 121. 
Laevicardium, 68. 
Lamellaria, 108. 
Lamellidoris, 178. 
Lampsilis, 21. 
Leda, 18. 
Lepeta, 86. 
Lepetella, 86. 
Lepidopleurus, 7. 
Leptaxinus, 66. 
Leptochiton, 7. 
Lepton, 66. 
Lestoteuthis, 218. 
Lima, 31. 
Limacina, 164. 
Limaea, 81. 
Limapontia, 161. 
Limax, 162. 168, 175, 204. 
Limnaea, 111, 181, 184. 
Limnea, 181, 183, 188. 
Limnophysa, 186. 
Limopsis, 17. 
Liocardium, 68. 



Liocyma, 70. 
Liostomia, 101. 
Litiopa, 119. 
Litorina, 120. 
Littorina, 121. 
Littorinella« 116. 
Loligo, 218, 220. 
LoligopBis, 220. 
Lophyrus, 9. 
Loripes, 61. 
Lucina, 61. 
Lucinoma, 61. 
Lunatia, 106. 
Lymnaea. 179, 180, 185. 
Lymnaeus, 182. 
Lymnea, 183, 187. 
Lymneus, 180, 182, 186. 
Lyonsia, 88. 
Lyonsiella, 89. 
Lyogynis, 114. 
Lyrodes, 82. 
Lyrodus, 82. 

Machaera, 75. 
Machaeroplax, 89. 
Macoma, 78. 
Macrocyclis, 198. 
Mactra, 74, 76. 
Mamma, 106. 
Mangilia, 146. 
Margarita, 87. 
Margaritana, 26, 28. -^ 
Margarites, 87. 
Marginella, 140. 
Marsenina, 108. 
Martesia, 80. 
Megayoldia, 16. 
Melampus, 178. 
Melandla, 91. 
Melania, 125. 
Mdantho, 111. 
Menestho, 98, 101. 
Menetus, 190. 
Mesodesma, 77. 



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Mesodon, 196. 
Metaptera, 23. 
Microyoldia, 16. 
Modiola, 33, 40. 
Modiolaria, 33. 
Modiolus, 38. 
Molleria, 87. 
Monoculus, 156. 
Monodonta, 26. 
Montacuta, 66, 87. 
Montagu^, 162. 
Mulinia, 77. 
Murex, 126, 131, 139. 
Musculium, 48. 
Musculus, 88. 
Mya, 22, 27, 38, 41, t7. 
Myrtaea, 61. 
Mysella, 67. 
Mytilimeria, 39. 
Mytillus, 33. 
Mytilus, 82. 

Nassa, 133. 
Natica, 106. 
Nautilus, 192, 220. 
Neaera, 40. 
Neptunea, 186, 137. 
NeptuneUa, 138. 
Nerita, 107. 
Neverita, 106. 
Nicania, 45. 
Niobe, 161. 
NoStia, 18. ^ 

Nucella, 182. 
Nucula, 11. 

Octopus, 222. 
Odostomia, 92,^87, 213. 
Omalaxis, 120. 
Ommastrephes, 218. 
Omphalina, 4, 198. 
Onchidoris, 174. 
Onoba, 118. 



Onychoteuthis, 218. 
Opalia, 104. 
Osteodesma, 38. 
Ostrea, 20, 29. 
Oxinoe, 109. 
Oxygyrus, 130. 

Paedoclione, 160. 
PaUo, 172. 
Pallifera, 206. 
Palliolum, 30. 
Paludestrina, 116. 
Paludina, 111, 114. 
Pandora, 87. 
Pandorina, 38. 
Panomya, 79. 
Panopaea, 79. 
Parasira, 222. 
Pasithea, 127. 
Patella, 85, 109. 
Patula, 207. 
Pecchiolia, 39. 
Pecten, 28. 
Pectunculus, 17. 
Peracle, 169. 
Periploma, 86. 
Petricola, 71. 
Phacoides, 61. 
Phasianella, 99. 
Philine, 161. 
Philomycus, 206. 
Pholadomya, 35. , 
Pholas, 79. 
Physa, 179. 
Pisidium, 61. 
Placobranchus, 161. 
Placopecten, 29. 
Placophora, 10. 
Plagioctenium, 29. 
Planogyra, 207. 
PlanorbLs, 188, 208. 
Plaxiphora, 10. 
Pleurobranchaea, 164. 
Pleurotoma, 140, 142, 144. 



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Pleurotomella, 140. 
Polinices, 106. 
Polycera, 172. 
Polyoerella, 172. 
Polygyra, 4, 195. 
Polypus, 228. 
Pomatiopsis, 116. 
Poromya, 88. 
Portlandia, 16. 
Propeamusium, 81. 
Proptera, 28. 
Protocardia, 69. 
Pseudamusium, 80. 
Pseudohyalina, 208. 
Pseudosuccinea, 181. 
Pteria, 20. 
Ptychatractus, 189. 
Ptycheulimella, 98. 
Pulsellum, 84. 
Punctum, 208. 
Pimcturella, 86. 
Pupa, 177, 209, 211. 
Pupilla, 213. 
Pupoides, 211. 
Purpura, 132. 
Pyramidella, 92, 98. 
Pyramidula, 207. 
Pyramis, 93, 101. 
Pyrgiscus, 94. 

Radix, 181. 
Ranella, 130. 
Retusa, 147. 
Ringicula, 161. 
Rissoa, 101, 116. 
Rissoella, 99, 101. 
Rochefortia, 66. 
Rossia, 222. 
Rostellaria, 128. 

Saxicava, 78. 
Scala, 103. 
Scalaria, 102. 
Scaphander, 149. 



Scapharca, 18. 
Scissurella, 87. 
Scyllaea, 170. 
Segmentina, 192. 
Seila, 127. 
Sepia, 218. 
Sepiola, 221. 
Swripes, 69. 
Siliqua, 76. 
Sipho, 137. 
SiphodentaUum, 88. 
Skenea, 119. 
Solariella, 89. 
Solarium, 120. 
Solecurtus, 74. 
Solemya, 11. 
Solen, 74, 76. 
Solenomya, 11. 
Somatogyrus, 116. 
Sphaerella, 62. 
Sphaerium, 46, 49. 
Sphyradium, 209. 
Spirialis, 155. 
Spirula, 220. 
Spisula, 76. 
Stenotrema, 197. 
Sthenoteuthis, 219. 
Stiliger, 160. 
Stoloteuthis, 221. 
Striatura, 201. 
Strobila, 210. 
Strobilops, 210. 
Strophitus, 28. 
Stylifer, 92. 
Styliola, 157, 168. 
Succinea, 209. 
Sulcorinella, 98. 
Sycotypus, 139. 
Symphynota, 26. 
Ssrrnola, 92. 

Tachea, 194. 
Tagelus, 74. 
Taonius, 220. 



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Tapes, 70. 
Tebennophonis, 206. 
Tectura, 86. 
Tellimya, 67. 
TeUina, 52, 68, 72. 
Teredo, 80. 
Tergipes, 162, 164. 
Tethys, 158. 
Thais, 182. 
Thracia, 36. 
Thyasira, 62. 
Tonioella, 8. 
Torellia, 124. 
Tornatella, 147. 
Tornatina, 147. 
Totteniana, 71. 
Trachydermon, 9. 
Trichotropis, 124. 
Tridonta, 44. 
Triforis, 126. 
Trigonulina, 89. 
Triodopsis, 196, 197. 
Triphoris, 126. 
Triptera, 169. 
Tritia, 186. 
Tritonia, 169. 
Tritonium, 131, 136, 142. 
Trochus, 88. 
Trophon, 131. 
Tropidocyclas, 68. 
Truncatella, Ul, 119. 
Turbo, 87, 89, 111, 116, 119, 213. 
Turfoonilla, 92, 93. 
Turritella, 94, 98, 104, 117, 122, 
123, 127. 



Turritellopsis, 123. 
Turtonia, 67. 
TVphlomangelia, 145. 

Unio, 21, 26, 27. 
Urosalpinx, 132. 
Utriculus, 147, 160, 162. 

YaUonia, 216. 
Valvata, 112. 
Velutina, 108. 
Yenericardia, 60. 
Venus, 42, 67, 70. 
Bermetus, 123. 
Yennicularia, 123. 
Yertioordia, 39. 
Yertigo, 209$ 212, 213. 
Yertilla, 215. 
Yitrea, 199. 
Yitrina, 199. 
Yiviparus, 112. 
Volvaria, 147, 160. 

Xylophaga, 80. 
Xylotrya, 82. 

Yoldia, 14. 
YoidieUa, 15. 

Zirfaea, 80. 
Zonites, 198, 204. 
Zonitoides, 202. 
Zodgenites, 211. 
Zua, 216. 



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Announcement. 

Fauna of New England. 

The Library and Publishing Committee will issue, as volume 
seven of the Occasional Papers, a Catalogue of the animals of 
New England. 

Parts will be published at irregular intervab, and though the 
details of the several lists will vary somewhat in the different 
groups, each list will include: 1st, the accepted name (scientific 
and vernacular); 2d, reference to the original description, and 
to an authentic description and illustration except in case of 
groups for which recent check-lists have been issued; and 3d, 
habitat and occurrence. 

The Committee considers these lists a necessary preliminary to 
a series of comprehensive, illustrated monographs, the publication 
of which the Society has already begun. The Committee also 
believes that these lists will aid in the accmnulation of valuable 
material for the New England collection. A price list of the parts 
already publbhed will be found on the back cover page. 

Toward the accomplishment of its aims the Committee invites 
the cooperation of all interested in the Faima of New England. 

Communications concerning specimens should be addressed to 
the Curator of the Society (Chas. W. Johnson), notes and records 
of occurrence to the Editor of the "Faima of New England. " 

Boston Society of Natural History, 
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FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 
14. 

LIST OF THE HEMIPTERA-HETEROPTERA. 
By HOWARD M. PARSHLEY. 



BOSTON: 

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY FROM THE 

OURDON SALTONSTALL FUND. 

August, 1917. 



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Introduction.* 

Faunal lists based on intensive study of circumscribed areas 
provide the greater part of the data used in more comprehensive 
investigations of geographical distribution. Their usefulness in 
this respect, aside from the important questions of completeness 
and accuracy, depends largely upon the degree of detail with which 
the subject matter is presented. A species may, for instance, be 
found in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts and yet be 
restricted in reality to a very special habitat; so that an investi- 
gator of the general distribution of this species, finding it recorded 
perhaps as occurring "throughout New England" would be en- 
tirely misled, if as a matter of fact the form in question lived only 
in northern Maine and on the higher elevations of New Hampshire 
and western Massachusetts, where distinctly boreal conditions 
previul. In preparing this list of the Heteropterous Hemiptera 
of New England I have therefore thought it worth while to present 
in considerable detail the available distributional and seasonal 
data not only for the rarer species but also for those of most fre- 
quent occurrence, as it is just these common species that are often 
of greatest interest, but concerning which it is unusual to find in 
the literature anything more than very general statements. The 
position and general character of the localities cited may be ascer- 
tained by reference to ordinary and topographical maps of the 
region, while the seasonal data will obviously be of direct useful- 
ness to those interested in the economic aspect of the subject, 
hibernation, etc. 

Full synonymy and bibliography are to be found in the publica- 

1 OontributkHiB flrom the Entomological Laboratory of the Bussey Inatitutioii, 
Hanrard Uniyersity. No. 133. 

Part 2 of a thesis submitted to the Faculty of the School of Applied Biology of 
Hanrard University in partial fulflllment of the requirements for the degree of 
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tions of Banks ^ and Van Duzee ^ and are therefore omitted here 
as their inclusion would greatly enlarge the paper without matai- 
aUy enhancing its value. In case of certain recently described 
species, however, the original reference is given. Except for a few 
IX)ints of disagreement, such as the taxonomic standing of the Aly- 
didae, Corizidae, Meziridae (Dysodiidae), and Piesmidae (which 
I consider entitled to family rank), and certain minor matters, 
chiefly granmoatical, I have adopted the nomenclature and sys- 
tematic arrangement of Van Duzee's recent check list, which, 
being based on the latest studies, reflects very well the present 
condition of the taxonomy of the group. 

The very large amount of data at hand, from which have been 
chosen for publication the records showing most clearly and fully 
the known distribution of the species and their earliest and latest 
times of appearance in each State, has been gathered for the most 
part diuing a first-hand study of the material contained in the 
various collections of New England, although published records of 
importance have been included on the authority of others (and so 
indicated in every case) when I considered them to be trustworthy. 
Thus I am personally responsible for the determinations, althou^ 
in this connection I am glad to acknowledge my indebtedness to 
Messrs. Abbott, Barber, Heidemann, Knight, McAtee, de la Torre 
Bueno, and Van Duzee, whose ready assbtance in points relating 
to their specialties has done much to increase the accuracy of the 
list. It is believed that a very large proportion of the species 
inhabiting New England is recorded in this paper, since the dior- 
ough exploration of the region by collectors, as shown on the 
accompanying map, has provided very extensive material in the 
group, which has been made available for the purposes of this 
study through the kindness of those in charge of the following 
collections wherein the specimens are now preserv^ed: Boston 
Society of Natural History (C. W. Johnson); Connecticut Agri- 

1 Banks. Nathan. Catalogue of the Nearctic Hemiptera-Heteroptera. PhUa- 
delphia. 1010. 103 + vlii pp. 

* Van Duzee. E. P. Check List of the Hemiptera of America. North of Mex- 
ico. New York. 1916. xU + 111 pp. 
Catalogue of North American Hemiptera (now in press). 



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cultural Experiment Station (W. E. Britton); Maine Agricultural 
Experiment Station (E. M. Patch); Massachusetts Agricultural 
College (H. T. Femald); Museum of G>mparative Zoology (S. 
Henshaw and N. Banks); New Hampshire Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station (W. C. O'Kane); Rhode Island State College (J. 
Barlow); Wellesley College (A. P. Morse); and many private 
cabinets the owners of which are mentioned in the appended list ci 
collectors. 

It is a great pleasure to take this opportunity of expressing my 
especial sense of obligation to Charles W. Johnson. His unusual 
success as a collector, intimate knowledge of our region and its 
fauna, and stimulating advice have been of the very greatest 
assistance in the present undertaking; his unfailing enthusiasm 
and genial nature have made our frequent consultations a constant 
source of enjoyment, — truly a rare and valued friend I 

Analysis of the data presented in the following pages brings out 
much of general interest, which may now be summarized in pi^ 

Faunal Zones. 

The lack of exact knowledge bearing on the distribution of the 
Hemiptera in British America and many parts of the United States 
seriously interferes with detailed speculation on the origin and 
nature of the New England fauna, but the facts at hand seem 
sufficient to warrant a few observations relative to this subject 

As observed by Scudder in his distributional studies on Lepi- 
doptera,* the southern shore of New England as far north as Cape 
Cod exhibits marked Upper Austral characteristics, a conclusion 
borne out by the work of many subsequent writers on the fauna 
and flora of the region. The present investigation furnishes 
further evidence in support of this view, as I am able to record the 
discovery within this area of such characteristically southern 
Hemipterous species as Solvbea ptignax, Corizus hyalinus, Meso- 
miris curhdtis, and Garganvs fusiformis. MacroirachelieUa nigra 

> Scudder, S. H. The Butterflies of the Bastera United SUtes and Canada. 
Cambridge, 1889, voL 1, p. 89 «l teq. 



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may be included here as it is very dosely related to the only other 
member of the genus, a form occurring in Mexico and Panama. 

Scudder also pointed out that the northern part of Maine and 
the higher elevations of the mountains of New England are boreal 
in character, a statement which has likewise been well supported 
by later investigations, but here the evidence of the present study 
is less telling, partly for reasons abeady mentioned, though chiefly 
because of the interesting fact that most of the Hemiptera peculiar 
to these portions of our region are species common to the New and 
Old Worlds. Whether these forms are truly boreal when subjected 
to Nearctic conditions (though most of them are not so in Europe) ; 
whether they have been for other reasons unable to spread south- 
ward; whether they migrated hither from the east or from the 
west — these are questions which it is impossible to answer now, 
but which may find explanation when more is known of the dis- 
tribution of the Hemiptera in Canada. The following are examples 
of this class, being confined, in New England at least, to northern 
latitudes or high altitudes: Sdocoris microptUhalmus, Nobis Km.' 
batus, N. fiavomarginahis, Dictyonota tricomia, Lygua pratenns 
rubidus, Mecomma ambtdana, Callicorixa praeusta. 

The remaining and larger portion of our region belongs to the 
Transition Zone in which typically northern and typically southern 
forms find respectively their southern and northern limits. Here 
each species is a law unto itself, some extending far into the zone, 
others for but a short distance. The following may be cited as 
exhibiting this irregular dispersal: from the south, Piesma cinerea, 
Lepiostyla heidemanni, HesperoHngis antennaia, Systelloderes 
biceps, Pkymaia erosa, Zelus sodus, Rhynocaris ventralis, Gerris 
canaliculaius; from the north, Homaemus aeneifrons, Eurygaster 
altemata, Corizus crassicomis, Ligyrocoris contractus, Calocoris 
norvegicus, Poedloscytus unifasciatus, Limnoporus rufoscutellatus. 

Species Common to New England and Tms Palababctic Region. 

More of the species of Hemiptera common to the Nearctic and 
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to present knowledge, than in any other area of similar extent in 
this coimtry, 36 or 60% of the 61 recorded by Horvdth ^ finding 
place in the subjoined list, besides ten detected since. Horvdth 
gives evidence tending to show that a great majority of these species 
are of Palaearctic origin, and supposes further that their migra- 
tion was largely eastward, by way of Alaska. The latter opinion 
seems hardly in accord with the apparent massing of the species on 
the eastern side of the continent, referred to above, but at least 
one of the species listed below, Callicorixa praeusta, occurs in both 
Maine and Alaska, and possibly the range of others may be found 
likewise to extend westward when our knowledge of the fauna 
of British America is more nearly complete. The following New 
England species occur also in the Palaearctic region: 

Sciocoris microphthalmus Cimez lechdaritut ^ 

Zicrona caervlea f Xylocoris cursiians 

Corizus hyalinus Miris dolabratus 

C. crassicomis Sienodema trispinosum 

Aradus lugubris Trigonoiylm ruficomis 

Nysius thymi T, brevipes 

N, ericae 1[ Pithantis maerkeli 

t Trapezanolus arenariua ^ Stenotus binotahis 

Sphragistixms nebtdoaus Calocoris norvegicus 

1[ Dictyonota tricomia PoecUoscytus unifasdatus 

t Galeatus peckhami Capsus ater 

1[ Leptobyraa rhododendri^ Lygus pabtdinvs 

Redumus personatus^ L. apicalis 

Nobis limbatus L, praienais 

N, flawmarginatus L. campeatris 

N. ferua L. rubicundua 

1 Horv&th, O. Les relations entre lea fttunes hteiiptdrologiques de rEurope 
et de TAmMque du Nord. Ann. Hist.-Nat. Mus. Nat. Hung. Budapest, 1908. 
vol. 6, pp. 1-14. 

* The dagger indicates additions to Honr&th's list, 
s Introduced ftrom the United States into Europe. 

* Probably imported, but thoroughly acclimated and hence to be considered 
as members of our fttuna. Nabi$ brevi$ has not established itself and is therefore 
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Deraeocoris ruber Campylamma verbasci 

Monalocaris filicia Limnoporus rufoscutellatvs 

t Halticus apterus Saldvla xanthochila 

Orthotylus flavosparsus S. pallipes 

t Mecomma ambtdana ? S. opacula 

t Orthocephalus miUabilis ? f S. saltaloria 

Onychumenua decolor CaUicorixa praettsta 

Hemipteba of Mt. Washington. 

Mt. Washington is our highest elevation and supports a rich 
and diversified fauna upon its slopes; it has therefore received a 
great deal of attention from entomological collectors and students 
of distribution. In the present list, 96 species are recorded from 
the mountain, the altitude of capture being mentioned in most 
cases, but it should be remembered in connection with those taken 
on the boreal simmiit that most of the species normally confined 
to lower levds may on occasion be carried by ascending atmospheric 
currents to altitudes where they are quite unable to maintain a 
continuous existence. Some of the rarest and most remarkable 
of the New En^and Hemiptera have been found on Mt. Washing- 
ton: — Sciocoris microphthalmus, a Palaearctic species of which 
not more than three or four examples have been taken in North 
America; Hesperophylum heidemanni, the only Nearctic repre- 
sentative of the peculiar family Termatophylidae; Zicrona caendea, 
a cosmopolitan species of very rare occurrence in this part of the 
world; and Gcdeahu peckhami, reported from Japan and from a 
few widely separated points in North America. 

NUMEBICAL SUMMABT. 

Nearly 1500 species of Hemiptera-Heteroptera are now known to 
inhabit America north of Mexico, of which 419 are here listed as 
occurring in New England. Of the 37 North American families 
all but 5, the Pyrrhocoridae, Isometopidae, Dipsocoridae, Schizop- 
teridae, and Gelastocoridae, occur within our limits, and it is very 



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probable that representatives of at least the two first mentioned 
will ultimately be fomid here. The following table shows the 
numerical strength of the New En^and families: 



Family 


Qenera 


Speoke 


Famfly 


Genera 


Species 


Scutelleridae 


2 


2 


Mesoveliidae 


1 


1 


Cydnidae 


5 


10 


Nabidae 


3 


12 


Pentatomidae 


29 


47 


Cimicidae 


2 


3 


Coreidae 


5 


7 


Anthocoridae 


4 


4 


Alydidae 


3 


5 


Termatophylidae 1 


1 


Corizidae 


2 


6 


Miridae 


62 


139 


Aradidae 


1 


.12 


Hydrometridae 


1 


1 


Meziridae 


2 


4 


Gerridae 


4 


9 


Neididae 


2 


2 


Veliidae 


2 


5 


Lygaeidae 


38 


52 


Saldidae 


4 


16 


Piesmidae 


1 


1 


Notonectidae 


3 


8 


Tingidae 


11 


21 


Naucoridae 


1 


1 


Enicocephalidae 


1 


1 


Nepidae 


2 


4 


Phymatidae 


1 


2 


Belostomatidae 


3 


5 


Reduviidae 


13 


20 


Ochteridae 


1 


1 


Hebridae 


1 


1 


Corixidae 

Totals 


4 


16 




215 


419 






List of 


COUIBCTOBS. 







I am greatly indebted to the collectors mentioned in the follow- 
ing list, since the paper is based entirely on the results of their work. 
To them, I am sure, the arid waste of dates will not be without 
oases, and the mention of favored collecting grounds will recall most 
pleasant memories. 



Abbott, J. F. 
Adkins, W. S. 
Alexander, C. P. 
Allen, G. M. 
Allen, J. A. 



Bangs, O. (0. Bangs). 
Barber, H. Q. 
Barlow, J. 
Barrows, W. M. 
Blanchard, F. 



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Boume, A. I. 
Bridw€ll, J. C. 
Britton, W. E. 
Brooka, W. S. 
Brues, C. T. 
Bryant, O. (0. B.). 
Bullard, C. 
Burgess, E. 
Buttrick, P. L. 
CafiFrey, D. J. 
Camochan, F. G. 
Champlain, A. B. 
CUnch, W. T. 
Ck)le, W. H. . 
Crampton, G. C. 
Cushman, J. A. 
Davis, C. A. 
Davis, I. W. 
Davis, W. T. 
Davison, C. H. 
Dickerman, L. L. 
Dickerson, E. L. 
Dodge, F. W. 
Dohanian, S. M. 
Dow, R. P. 
Easton, N. S. 
Eddy, F. A. 
Edwards, A. M. 
Ely, C. R. 
Emerton, J. H. 
Engelhardt, G. P. 
Femald, H. T. 
Fiske, W. F. 
Foote, H. W. 
Frost, C. A. 
Greene, E. 
Harris, T. W. 
Henshaw, S. 
HiU, W. B. 
Hochstein, R. 
Hollister, G. H. 
Holt, H. 
Hyslop, J. A. 



Johnson, C. W. 
Johnson, H. L. 
Jump, E. R. 
Kirk, H. B. 
Kirkland, A. H. 
. Knab, E. 
Lewis, J. K. 
Lowry, Q. S. 
Mann, W. M. 
Marchand, W. 
Mason, S. L. 
McAtee, W. L. 
Merrill, E. D. 
MiUer, C. S. 
Minot, C. S. 
Montgomery, T. H. 
Moore, E. J. S. 
Morse, A. P. 
Nelson, S. A. 
Olsen, C. E. 
Osbom, H. 
Osterberg, C. 
Packard, A. S. 
Parshley, H. M. 
Parshley, N. F. 
Patch, E. M. 
Pepper, G. W. 
Reiff, W. 
Renshaw, A. H. 
Ripley, L. B. 
Sanborn, F. G. 
Sarsfield, W. 
Sharp, O. 
Shaw, S. A. 
Sherriff, F. A. 
Slosson, A. T. 
SmaU, C. L. 
Smith, H. E. 
Smith, S. J. 
Sprague, F. H. 
Sprague, P. S. 
Stebbins, S. 
Stoddard, E. M. 



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Stover, O. O. Wheeler, W. M. 

Tenney, A. J. Whiting, P. W. 

Thompson, E. W. Whitney, C. P. 

Torre Bueno, J. R. de la Whittlesey, E. B. 

Uhler, P. R. WUoox, A. M. 

Vaillant, G. H. Williams, F. X. 
Van Duaee, E. P. * Willis, W. E. 

Viereck, H. L. Winkley, H. W. 

Walden, B. H. Wood, H. 

Webber, R. T. Woodruff, L. B. 

Weed, C. M. Woods, W. C. 

Wheatland, R. H. Zappe, M. P. 



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SCUTELLERIDAE. 

Tetyrinae. 

Homaemus aeneifrons (Say). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W, J,); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. 
'08 (J. A. C); Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W, J.); Orono, 12 Sept. 
'13 (H. M. P.); Pemaquid Pt., Aug. '06 {H, W. F.); Pownal, 26 
Aug. '00 (0. 0. S.); Traveller Mt., 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Alstead, 3 Aug. '04 (A, P. M.); Crawfords, 3 Oct. '16 
(H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W, & W, P. P.); Hanover (C. M. W.); 
Mt. Washington, base, 19 Sept. '09 (C. W. J.); summit (fide 
Slosson). 

Mass. — Amherst, 9 Aug. '04; Forest Hills {A, M. W.)\ Ipswich, 

I Sept. '13 (£. R. J.); Peru, 28 Aug. '04 (J. P.); Sherbom, 8 July 
'92 {A. P. 3f.); Tyngsboro, 7 Sept. '02 (P. P.). 

Conn.— Colebrook, 1 Sept. '11 {W. M. W.); Litchfield, 16 Sept. 
'08 (L. B. W,); Scotland, 10 Aug. '05 (P. H. W.); Thompson, 

II July '05 (H. L v.). 

Odontotabsinae. 

Eurygaster altemata (Say). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. 
'08 (J. A, C); Liberty, 17 July '12 (J. A, C); Orono, 8 Aug. '13; 
Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. 3f. W, & W, F, P.); Mt. Washington, 
base, 6 July '14 (C A, P.); summit {fide Slosson); Surrey, 30 Aug. 
'02. 

Vt.— St. Johnsbury, 23 July '91 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 11 July '94; Beach Bluff, 28 June '15 {H. M. 
P.); Cohasset, 6 Sept. '07 (0. P.); Forest Hills, 30 May '72 
(S. H,); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A, C); Springfield, 13 July 



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'05 (C. W. J.); West Chop, 22 July '93 (A. P. Jf.); Williamsburg, 
9 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. M.); Woods 
Hole, 1 July '05 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Cumberland, 3 July '10 (J. B.); Kingston, 5 May '08 
(J. B.); 29 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.). 

Conn.— Latchfield, 31 May '13 (L. B. W.); New Haven, 8 June 
'04 {W. E. B.y, Scotland, 25 July '04 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 
19 June '14 {H. L. J.); Thompson, 3 Aug. '92 {A. P. M.). 



CYDNIDAE. 
Thtbeocobinae. 

ThTreocorU ater (Amyot and Serville). 

Me.— Orono, 15 Sept '13 {H. M. P.); Paris, 9 July '15 (C. A. F.); 
Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); Fitzwilliam, July 
'07 {J. H. E.); Mt Washington, summit (fide Sloston). 

Mass.- Amherst, 10 May '15; Beach Bluff, 31 Aug. '14 {H. 
M. P.); Cohasset, 21 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Lynn, 17 May '14 
(F. W. D.); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A. C); Sherbom, 20 Oct 
'16 (C. A. F.); Tyngsboro, 26 Mar. '06 (f. B.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 15 July '05 (J. B.); Warwick, 10 Sept '97. 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.). 

Thyreoeoris nitiduloides (Wolff). 

Me.— Deering, 21 Aug. '92 (A. P. Jf.); Orono, 15 Sept '13 
(H. M. P.); Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. F.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Forest Hills, 16 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Fram- 
ingham, 2 May '15 (C. A. F.); Southboro, 24 May '14 (C. A. F.); 
Tyngsboro (F. B.); Wellesley, 4 Nov. '98 (A. P. M.); Wmchendon, 
5 July '92 {A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 14 Sept '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Litchfield, 7 Sept '01 (I. B. W.); MiUdale, 21 May '06 
(B. H. W.); Salem, 10 July '14 {H. W. f .); S. Meriden, 21 May '15 
{H. L. J.); WestviUe, 9 Aug. '06 (B. H. W.). 



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Thyreoeoris laterftlis (Fabricius). 

Mass.— Woods Hole, 23 Aug. '14 {W. M. M.). 

R. I. — June. 

Conn.— ChapinviUe, 26 May '04 {W. E. B.); Winnipauk, 16 
June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Thyreoeoris puliearius (Germar). 

ME.-Orono, 31 May '14 (H. M. P.) ; Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Winooski, Aug. '01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 31 July '97; Blue Hills, 22 May '15 {H. M. P.); 
Fan River, 22 July '05 (J. A. C); Framingham, 2 May '15 (C. A. 
F.); Lynn, 18 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.); Springfield, 13 July '05 
(C. W. J.); Tyngsboro (F. J?.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 28 May 
'05 (J. B.); Providence, 16 Aug. (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.); Litchfield, 3 Aug. 
'01 (i. B, W.); New Haven, 17 May '06 (B. H. W.); Stafford, 
24 Aug. '05 {W. E. J?.). 

Cydninae. 

Tribe Ctdnini. 

Pangaeus bilineatus (Say). 
Mass.— (Jide Uhler). 
Conn.— (fide UUer). 

(}eotomu8 robustus (Uhler). 
Mass.— (fide UUer). 

AxnnestUB spinifrons (Say). 

Mass. — Amherst, 13 June '97; Forest Hills, 17 April '15 
(F. G. C); Framingham, 21 Oct. '07 (C. A. F.); MUton, 28 Mar. 
'28 (Harris CoU.); Tyngsboro, 21 Apr. '95 (F. B.); W. Springfield, 
21 Oct. '15 (H. E. S.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 Feb. '07, in greenhouse (J. B.). 

Conn.— Orange, 21 May '11 (B. H. W,); Southington, 27 April 
'10 (W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 1 May '14 (H. L. J.); West Haven, 
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AmnestUB pusillus Uhler. 
Me.— Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. F.). 
Mass.— Tyngsboro (F. B,). 

AmnestUB pallidus Zimmer. 

Mass.— Cambridge; Saugus, 21 June '14 (F. W. D.); Wellesley, 
27 May '91 (A, P. 3f.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 15 May '05 (B. H. W,). 

Tribe Sehirini. 

SehiruB einetus (Palisot de Beauvois). 

Me.— Capens, 11 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J,); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Orono, 7 April '12 
{H. M, P.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. A. P.); Sherman, 28 Aug. '03 
(0,0. S.); The Forks (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 (H. M. P.); Glen House, 3 July 
'14 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, base, 19 Sept '09 (C. A. P.); 
summit (fide Sloason); Halfway House, 16 July '15 (C. W. J,); 
Randolph, Oct. '98 (P. B.). 

Vt.— Jay, 17 July '91 (A. P. 3f.); Weston, July '01. 

Mass.— Amherst; Boston, 2 July '03 (H. M. P.); Milton, 
22 April '29 (HarrU CoU,); Peru, June '04 (J. B.). 

R. I.— Providence, 1 July (C. A. Z>.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (P. L. Z>.); New Haven, 9 July 
'11 (P. H. W,). 

PENTATOMIDAE. 

Graphosomatinae. 

Tribe PoDOPiNi. 

Podops einctipes (Say). 

N. H.— Hampton, 13 Feb. '02 (S. A. S.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 (H. M. P.); Boston, 29 April 
'03 (H. M. P.); Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 (H, M. P.); Framingham, 
16 May '09 (C. A,F.); Tyngsboro, 2 Oct. '02 (P. B.) ; Woods Hole, 
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Conn.— New Haven, 20 Aug, '09 {B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 7 
June '14 (ff, L. J.). 

Podops panrula Van Duzee. 
Mass. — Revere, 18 Sept '97; Woods Hole. 

Pentatoionae. 

Tribe ScioooBiNi. 

Seiocoris microphthalmus Flor. 
Me.— Southwest Harbor, 1 (?) Aug. '87 {H. T. F.). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit {fide Slosson, Van Duzee). 

Tribe Haltini. 

Broehsrmena arborea (Say). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit (fide Slossan). 

Mass. — Amherst; Ashland, 4 June '11 (C. A. F.); Cohasset, 
1 Sept. '05 (0. J?.); Concord, 6 Aug. '14 {W. K); Hopkinton, 
21 Sept '12 (W. R.); Hyde Park, 27 April '12 {W. R.); Sutton 
(Harris Cott.); Tyngsboro, Jan. '98 (F. B.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 14 May '11 (A. B. C); New Canaan, 22 Sept 
'10 (W. E. J?.); New Haven, 5 Sept '11 (D. J. C); North Bran- 
ford, 8 June '12 (B. H. W.); Stonington, May '14 (/. W. D.). 

Brochsrmena quadripustulata (Fabricius). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Forest Hills, 8 Oct '16 (A. M. W.)\ Lynn, 
17 May '14 (F. W. D.); Sherborn, Sept (C. A. F.); Tyngsboro 
(F. B.). 

Conn. — Fannington, 11 June '14 (W. M.); New Canaan, 9 Oct 
'02 (B. H. W,); New Haven, 6 Sept '02 (B. H. W.); Portland, 
15 May '14 (B. H. W.); S. Glastonbury, 18 Oct '04 (W. E. J?.). 

Broehymena earollnensii (Westwood). 

Mass. — Framingham, 5 June '10 (C. A. F.); Tyngsboro, May 
'96 (F. J?.); Waltham (C. J?.). 

Conn.— Rambow, 7 May '14 (M. P. Z.). 



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Tribe Pentatoioni. 

PeribaluB limbolarius St&l. 

•Mass.— Amherst, 10 July '95; Beach BlufiF, 26 July '14 {H. M. 
P.); Boston, 28 Aug. 76 (S. ti.); Forest Hills, 21 May '16 (A. M. 
W.); Nantucket, Sept. '92 (S. H,); Norwood, 18 April '09 (IF. R.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 July '10 (B. H. W.); Manchester, 30 Aug. 
'12 (Z>. J. C); New Haven, 24 June '02 (E, J. S, M.); Rainbow, 
24 May '15 (M. P. Z.); S. Meriden, 22 April '15 {H. L. J.). 

Trichopepla semivittata (Say). 

Mass.— Amherst, 2 Aug. '97; Chi|mark, 7 Aug. '11 (J. A. C); 
Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H, M. P.); Forest Hills, 24 May '16 
(A. M, W.)\ Nantucket, 4 July '04 (J. A. C); Sharon, 25 Aug. 
'13; West Chop, 15 July '93 {A. P. Jf.); Woods Hole, 11 Aug. '05 
(J. A. C). 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 Aug. '07 (J. Bi); Providence, 13 Sept 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 24 June '02 (E. J. S. 3f.), 12 Sept. '04 
(B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 28 May '15 (H. L. J.). 

Bhytidolomia saueia (Say). 

Mass.— Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Greenbush, 11 
May '13 (W. S. B.); Ipswich, 31 Aug. '13 (£. R. J.); Milton, 1 
Sept. '27 {Harris Coll.); Provincetown; Woods Hole, July (f. 
H, M.). 

Conn.— East Haven, 2 May '12 (B. H. W.); Greenwich, 21 
Aug. '94 {A. P. M.); Lyme, 3 July '10 {A. B. C); New Haven, 
20 July '05 (B. H. W.). 

Rh3rtidolomia senilis (Say). 

Mass.— Cambridge, 20 Sept.; Cohasset, 5 Sept. '05 (0. B.); 
Dorchester, 23 Aug. '01 (A. P. M.); Faneuil, 12 Aug. '04 (A. P. M.); 
Forest Hills, 20 Mar. '15 (C. T, B.); Milton, 10 May '35 (Harris 
Coll.); Revere, 23 Sept. '96; Wollaston, 17 Nov. '95 (P. H. S.). 

R. I.— Providence, July (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Branford, 20 Aug. '05 (H. W. W.); East Haven, 2 May 
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Chlorochroa uhleri St&l (= C. persimilia Horv&th). 

Me.— Houlton, 24 Aug. '13; Orono, 26 Sept. '12 {H. M. P.); 
Pownal, 26 Aug. '00 (0. 0. S.); Southwest Harbor {H. T. F.). 

N. H.— Contoocook, 7 Aug. '06; Durham (C. M. W. A W. F, F.); 
Pelham, 5 Sept. '05; Three MDe Id., 3 June '09 (F. J?.); Webster 
{W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass. — Amherst, 9 Sept. '05; Framingham, 31 May '09 
(C. A. F.); Lymi, 17 May '14 (F. W. D,); Nantucket, 17 Sept 
*92 (S. H.); Provineetown, 8 Sept. '90 {A. P. M.); Tyngsboro, 
13 Sept. '91 (F. J?.); West Chop, 24 July '93 {A. P. M.). 

Conn.— Manchester, 4 Sept. '13 (B. H. W,); S. Meriden, 1 
June '15 (H. L J.). 

Mormidea lugens (Fabricius). 

Me.— Dexter, 15 June '00 (0. 0. S.); Liberty, 13 Sept '13 
(J. A. C); Orono, 25 July '05; Wales, 18 June (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Burlington, 22 
June '06 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 29 June '13 (C. W. J.), 

N. H.— Claremont (fl. P. D,) {fide Torre Bueno); Hanover 
(C. M. W.); Durham, 20 June '07; Waterville {W. F. F.); Webster 
{W. F. F.); Wonalancet, 13 Sept '12 (J. A. C). 

Mass.— Amherst, 24 May '04; Beach BlufiF, 5 July '14; {H. 
M. P.); Cohasset, 21 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Framingham, 21 Jan. 
'06 (C. A. P.); Martha's Vineyard, 11 Sept '15 {W. S. A.); Nan- 
tucket, 6 Aug. '13 (J. A, C); Provineetown, 1 Sept '14; Woods 
Hole, 1 July '05. 

R. I. — Kingston, 16 June '07 (J. B,); Providence, 6 June 
(C. A. D.); Tiverton, 31 July '13 (N. S. £.). 

Conn.— Danbuiy, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Darien, 27 May '13 
(C. W. J.); New Haven, 20 June '02 (£. J. S. 3f.); Portland, 5 
June '14 (B, H. W,)\ Scotland, 30 July '04 (B. H, W,)\ Stonmgton, 
1 July '14 (/. W. D,); Torrington, 7 July '05 (TV. E. B.). 

Solubea pugnaz (Fabricius). 
Conn.— Stamford, 13 Aug. '91 {A. P. 3f .). 



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Eusehistus euBChistoides (Vollenhoven) (= £. fiMUit UUer). 

Me.— Liberty, 13 Sept '13 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 15 July '14 
(C. A. F.); Orono, 20 June '07. 

N. H.— Claremont {R. P. D.) {fide Torre Btieno); Crawfords, 
28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Durham, 9 Aug. '07; Hanover (C. Af. W.); 
Jackson, 22 Sept (C. W. J.); Webster {W. F. F.); Wonalancet, 
13 Sept '12 (J. A. C). 

Mass.— Amherst, 17 June '05; Cohasset, 21 Sept '14 {H. M. 
P.); Forest Hills, 25 April '16, 30 Sept '15 (H. M. P.); Martha's 
Vineyard, Gay Head, 11 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.); Nantucket, 5 Sept 
'07 (H. T. F.); Provincetown, 28 June '91 {A. P. Jf.); Rutland, 
20 Sept '16 (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 11 Aug. '05 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 (A. P. If.). 

Conn.— Colebrook, 20 July '05 {W. E. B.); Darien, 12 June '15 
(C. W. J,); Farmington, 6 Sept '14 (W. Jf.); Greenwich, 9 July 
'07 (J. A. C); Litchfield, 31 May '13 (i. B. W.); New Havai, 
12 July '05 (J?. H. W.); Scotland, 10 Aug. '05 {B. H. W.); S. 
Meriden, 17 July '14 {H. L. J.); Stonington, 22 July '13 (L. B. R.). 

Eusehistus politus Uhler. 
N. H. — Mt Washington, summit (fide Slosson), 
Mass.— Blue HiUs, 14 Aug. '78 (-S. H.); Framing^am, 27 May 

'16 (C..^. P.); Lynn, 2 Sept '15 (H. M. P.); Provincetown, 8 

Sept '07 (A. P. 3f.); Saugus, 7 Sept '14 (H. M, P.); Tyngsboro 

(P. J?.); Waltham, 30 May '97 (C. P.). 
R. I.— Kmgston, Sept. '06 (J. P.). 

Eusehistus tristigxnus (Say). 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Durham, 21 July '97 
(0. 0. S.); Ft Kent, 14 June '13 (C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '09 
(C. A. P.); Monmouth, 15 July '14 (C. A. P.); Orono, 17 S&pt 
'13 {H. M. P.); TraveUer Mt, 27 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 25 June '13 (C. W. J.); Claremont" 
(P. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); 
Hanover (C. Jf. W.); Pelham, 5 April '05; Webster (W. P. P.). 

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9 July '04 {A. P. M.y. Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Winooski, 
22 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 27 May '11; Boston, Chestnut HOI, 24 Sept 
'14 {H. M. P.); Chester, 27 May '12 (C. W. J.); Nantucket, 3 
July '06 {J. A. C.y, N. Adams, 18 June '06 (C. W. J.); Peru, 26 
Aug. '04 (J. B.y, Provincetown, 8 Sept '07 {A. P. M.); Westfield, 
22 June '13 (P. W. W.); Woods Hole, 5 Sept '15 {W. S. A.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 13 May 
'06 {J. B.). 

Conn.— Colebrook {W. M. W.y, Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. 
J.y, E. Hartford, 13 Aug. '06 (B. H. W.y, New Canaan, 21 Sept 
'05 {W. E. B.): New Haven, 27 Aug. '14 (W. E. B.); Portland, 
29 May '14 (B. H. W.y, Torrington, 7 July '05 {W. E. B.). 

Kuichistus variolarius (Palisot de Beauvois). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.y. Mt Washington, 1 
July '74 (J. H. E.y, Pelham, 29 Aug. '05. 

Mass.— Amherst, 22 Oct '94; Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (ff. M. 
P.y, Boston, Chestnut Hill, 24 Sept '15 (H. M. P.); Cohasset, 
13 Sept (0. B.); Mt Greylock, 3500 ft, 17 Aug. '94 {A. P. Jf.); 
Peru, 28 July '04 (J. B.h W. Spring6eld, 2 Oct '15 {H. E. S.); 
Winchendon, 2 July '92 {A. P. Jf.); Woods Hole, 5 Sept '15 
(W. S. A.y 

Conn.— Greoiwich, 4 Nov. '04 {W. E. B.); Hartford, 19 Oct 
'04 iW. E. B.y. Mystic, 25 July '15 (Jf. P. Z.); New Haven, 13 
Aug. '03 (B. H. W.y Scotland, 25 July '04 (B. H. W.y, Torrington 
(B. H.). 

Botehistus icterieus (Lonn^). 

Vt.— Winooski, 14 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 15 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.y. Boston, Chest- 
nut Hill, 15 Sept '14 (H. M. P.y Nantjicket 20 Sept '15 (W. S. 
A.y. Provincetown, 8 Sept '07 {A. P. M.)-. Tyngsboro, 22 Oct 
'93 (P. P.); WeUesley, 13 June '91 (A. P. M.y. Woods Hole, 5 
Sept '15 {W. S. A.y 

R. I.— Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.y. Buttonwoods, 18 
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Conn — Branford, 16 Sept '04 {H. W. W.)\ Hamden, 24 July 
'10 (J?. H. W.y, New Haven, 27 July '04 (P. L. B.). 

CoenuB deliuB (Say). 

Me.— Bar Harbor; Orono, 5 May '12 (If. M. P.); Norway 
(S. J. S.); Pownal, 26 Aug. '00 (0. 0. S.); Westbiwk, 25 Sept 
'00 (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hanover, 30 June '01; 
Jaffrey, 15 Sept '96 (S. H.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 24 May; Arlington, 26 April '77 (S. H.); 
Beach BlufiF, 25 June '15 (H. M. P.); Blue Hills, 15 Sept '14 
{H. M. P.); Framingham, 27 June '14 (C. A. F.); Nantucket, 
4 July '05 (J. A. C); Siasconset, 12 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.); South- 
boro (0. S.); Woods Hole, July (T. H. M.); Springfield; Tyngs- 
boro (P. B,). 

R. I.— Kingston, 29 July '91 (A. P. M.). 

Conn.— Fannington, 10 Aug. '14 {W. M.); New Haven, 18 
March '91 (A, B, C); Scotland, 25 July '04 (B. H. W.); Stamford, 
16 Aug. '12 (W. E, J?.); Thompson, 10 May '10 (B. H. W.); Yales- 
viUe, 6 Oct '10 (Z>. J, C). 

Hyxnenareys neryosa (Say). 

Mass.- Milton, 15 May '26 (Harris CoU.); Orleans, 13 May '91 
(P. P.); Taunton (G. W. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 21 Sept '05 (J. P.). 

Neottiglossa undata (Say). 

Me.— Bar Harbor, 31 Aug. '13; Bowlin Pond, 31 July '10 
(J. A. C); Liberty, 17 July '12 (J. A. C); Mistake Id., 9 Aug. '07 
(J. A. C); Orono, 19 May '14; Pownal, 26 Aug. '00 (0. 0. S.); 
The Forks, 16 June '00 (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 §ept. '16 (H. M, P.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 23 June '95; Beach BlufiF, 21 June '14 (H. 
M. P.); Framingham, 18 April '14 (C. A. P.); Peru, 29 Aug. '04 
(J. P.); Provincetown, 29 June '91 (A. P. M.); Tyngsboro (P. P.). 

Conn.— Middlebury, 2 June '16 (3f. P. Z.); North Haven, 
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Cosmopepla bimaculatft (Thomas) (= C. camifex Fabricius, 
Auctt). 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Ft. Fairfield; Monmouth, 15 July '14 (C. A. F.); 
Qrono, 13 Aug. '07; Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.); Pemaquid Pt, 
Aug. '06 (H. W. F.); Pownal, '94 (0. 0. S.); Shennan, 28 Aug. 
'03 (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 27 June '13 (C. W. J.); Claremont 
(R, P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 (H. M. P.); 
Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 3000 ft, 
4July'13(C. fF. J.). 

Vt.— Bennmgton, 18 June '15 (C. W. J.); Jay, 15 July '91 
(A. P. M.); St. Albans, 29 June '13 (C. W. J.); Winooski, 21 Aug. 
'01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 10 June '11; Beach BluflF, 27 July '14 (H. 
M. P.); Chester, 22 May '12 (C. W. J.); Dracut, 18 June '91 
(F. B.); Forest Hills, 4 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Mt Tom, 14 July '05 
(C. W. J.); N. Adams, 20 June '06 (C. W. J.); Sherbom, 19 June 
'15 (C. A. F.). 

Conn.— Canaan, 19 Aug. '94 {A. P. M.); Danbury, 15 June '09 
(C. W. J.); Meriden, 3 June '10 {W. E. B.); Norfolk, 13 July '15 
(If. P. Z.); Thompson, 11 July '05 (H. L. V.). 

Meneeles insartus (Say). 

Mass.— Amherst, 1 June; Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (S. M. D.); 
Boston, City Point, 8 May '14 (W. M.); Cambridge, 21 Feb. '74; 
Concord, 26 April '13 (W. R.); Forest Hills, 8 Sept '15 (A. M. W.); 
Medford, 30 Mar. '02 (C. A. F,); Tyngsboro, 29 July '01 (F. B.); 
WeUesley, 23 June '92 (A. P. Jf .). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Warwick, 1 
July. 

Conn.— New London, 2 May '13 (Z). J. C); Stonington, 16 
June '14 (J. W. D.); Wallmgford, 20 July '10 (Z>. J. C). 

Thyanta ouitator (Fabricius). 
Mass.- Sherbom, 15 June '92 (A. P. M.); Taunton (0. W. P.). 



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Thyantft caleoata (Say) Barber. 
Mass. — Cambridge {Harris Coll.). 
Conn.— New Canaan, 2 Oct W (B. H. W.). 

Murgantia histrionica (Hahn). 

Mass. — Boston, 8 April '16, on vegetables brought from the 
South (C. W. J.). 

Conn. — Meriden, 7 April '10 (H. L. J.). This record probably, 
and the preceding certainly, are due to accidental introduction of 
individual specimens, though the species b more or less firmly 
established on Long Island and in New Jersey. 

Acrostemum penngylvanieum (De Geer). 
Mass.— Cambridge (Harris Coll.) ; Waltham, 30 May '97 (C. B.). 
Conn.— Stonington, 30 June '14 (/. W. D.). 

Acrosternum hilare (Say). 

Vt.— Winooski, 22 Aug. '01, nymph (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 12 Sept. '02; Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (H. M. 
P.); Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 
12 Sept. '09 (C. A. F.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 12 Nov. '09 (J. B.); Providence, 16 Sq)t 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Farmington, 3 Sept. '14 (W. M.); Lyme, 4 July '11 
{H. B. K. & A. B. C); New Canaan, 15 Sept '05 (B. H. W.); 
New Haven, 2 June '05 (B. H. W.); Poquonock, 27 June '05 
(H. L. v.); S. Meriden, 5 Sept '14 (H. L. J.); Westville, 2 May 
'15 (W. E. B.). 

Banasa dimidiata (Say). 

Me.— Houlton (F. A. E.); Orono, 1 July '13; Sherman; S. 
Qrrington, 28 Sept '13 (H. M. P.); Southwest Harbor, 28 June 
'10 (H. T. F.). 

N. H.— Durham, 20 June '07; Mt Washington, base, 7 July 
'15 (C. W. J.); summit (fide Shsson); Pelham, 29 Aug. '05. 

Mass.— Amherst, 26 June '95; Blue Hilb, 30 May (C. W. J.); 
Boston, 19 Sept '15 (H. M. P.); Chester, 5 Aug. '14 (C. W. J.); 



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Cohasset, Sept. '07 (0. B.); Forest HiUs, 7 April '16 (.4. M. W.); 
Mt Wachusett, 30 May '14 (C. W. J.); Saugufe, 21 June '14 
{F. W. D.); Sherbom, 6 Sept. '14 (C. A. F.); Tyngaboro, 19 Nov. 
'93 {F. B.). 

B. I.— Kingston, 23 June (J. B.). 

Conn.— Farmington, 14 June '14 {W. M.); Hartford, 19 Oct 
'06 {W. E. B.); Portland, 15 May '14 (B. H. W.); Stonington, 
13 June '14 (/. W. D.); Union, 26 May '16 (M. P. Z.); Walling- 
ford, 28 June '11 (J. K. L). 

Banaaa cahr » (Say). 

Conn.— Hartford, 1 Nov. '16 (W. E. B.); Yalesville, 19 Oct 
'03 (H. L. v.). 

Banaaa sordid* (Uhkr). 
Mass.- Cambridge; Milton, 30 Aug. '28 (Harris Coll.). 

Dendrocoria humeralis (Uhler). 

N. H.— PelhamC/'. B.). 

Mass. — Amherst; Andover; Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (H. M. 
P.); Blue HiUs, 17 June '03 (H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut HiD, 
24 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); FaU River, 13 May '08 {N. S. E.); Forest 
Hills, 16 April '16 (f. 0. C.\ 20 Oct '14 (H. M. P.); Franklin, 
10 July '15 (C. T. B.); Saugus, 5 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Tyngsboro, 
22 Oct '93 (F. B.). 

Conn.— KiUingly, 11 June '15 {W. E. B.); Meriden, 10 May '10 
U. B. C); Portland, 22 May '14, 12 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); Stoning- 
ton, 6 July '14 (/. W. D.). 

ACANTHOSOMATINAE. 

Meadorus lateralis (Say). 

Me.— Eustis; Kineo, 3 Sept '07 (J. A. C); Mercer, 3 Aug. '08; 
Mt Katahdin, 650 ft, 5000 ft, 21 Aug. '13 (C. P. A.); Northeast 
Harbor, 23 Aug. '09 (C. S. Af .). 

N. H.— Glen House, 3 July '14 (C. W. J.); Mt. Lafayette, 



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summit, 22 Sept. '95 (F. B.); Mt. Wadiingtoii, Halfway House, 
4 July '14 (C. W. J.); sWmit (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. '09 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Chester, 7 Oct '12 (C. W. J.); Mt Wachusett, 30 May 
'14 (C. W. 'J.); Salem; Sherbom U. P. If.); Tyngsboro (F. B.); 
Woods Hole, 31 Aug. 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W, J.); Kingston, 18 
Sept '10 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Canterbury, 14 Aug. '05 (B. H. W.); Litchfield, 1 
Sept '14 (L. B. W.); Lyme, 4 July '11 {H. B. K. & A. B. C); 
Portland, 15 May '14 (B. H. W.). 

Elasmostethus crudatus (Say). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 14 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Mt. Katahdin, July 
'00; Northeast Harbor, 27 Sept. '07 (C. S. M.); Orono, 12 June 
.'07; Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.); Pemaquid, 1 Aug. '06 (H. W. F.). 

N. H.— Kearsage Vfllage, 2 July '91 (A. P. M.); Mt Washing- 
ton, base, 7 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— St. Albans, 29 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 15 July '02. 

Conn.— Eastford, 15 June '16 {W. E. B.); Litchfield, 5 July 
'08 (i. B. W.). 

ASOPXNAE. 

Stiretrus anchorago flmbriatus (Say). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hampton, 11 Aug. '02 
(S. A. S.); Pelham (F. B.); Rochester, 13 June '16 (W. S.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 19 Sept '88;' Blue HiUs (W. M. M.); Fram- 
ingham, 12 June '07 (C. A. F.); Maiden, 24 Aug. '79 (S. H.); 
Mflton, 10 Aug. '25 (Harris CoU.); Quincy, 12 July '99; Tyngs- 
boro (F. B.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 24 June '14 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 27 Aug. '11 (.4. B. C). 

Perillus drcumcinctus St&l. 
Me.— Orono, 17 May '14. 
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28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Hampton, 2 Aug. '02 (S. A. S.); Newing- 
ton, 24 July '12 {W. E. B.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 23 April '08; Beach Bluff, 3 Aug. '16 (H. M, 
P.); Boston, 9 July '03 (H. M. P.); Forest Hffls (A. M. W.); 
Pramingham, 10 July '06 (C. A. F.); Lynn, 17 May '14 {F. W. D.). 

Conn.— Colebrook, 10 Aug. '09 (W. E. W.); S. Meriden, 3 May 
'14 {H. L. J.). 

Perillus ezaptus (Say). 

Me.— Orono, 19 May '14, 30 Aug. '13. 

N. H.— Mt Washington, base, 6 July '14 (C. W. J.); summit 
{fide Shs^on). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 10 July '15 {H. M. P.); Blue 
Hills, 22 May '15 {W. M. M,); Milton, 15 Aug. '28 (Harris CoU.); 
Saugus, 21 June '14 (F. W. D.); Tyngsboro (F. 5.). 

Conn.— Gales Ferry, 26 April '13 (D. J. C); New Haven, 26 
April '08 (B. H. W.); Portland, 14 July '14 (M. P. Z.); S. Meriden, 
10 July '14 (H. L, J.); Thompson, 13 July '94 {A. P. M.). 

Bhacognathus americanus St&l. 
Mass.— WeUesley, 27 June '94 (A. P. M.). 

lUneus strigipes (Herrich-Schaeffer). 

Mass.— Boston, 2 July '03 (H. M. P.) ; Framingham, 4 May '19 
(C. A. P.); Lynn, 17 May '14 (F. W. D.); Nantucket, 18 Sept. '92 
(S. H,); Southbridge, 8 June '13 (C. W, J.); Taunton ((?. W. P.); 
WeUesley, 2 Aug. '04 (A. P. Jf .). 

R. I. — Cranston; Providence, July (C. A. D.); Westerly. 

Apateticus cynicua (Say). 

Me. — Orono, 25 Aug.; Pittsfield. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Mt. Lafayette, 
summit, 22 Sept. '95 (P. B.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 19 July (C. W. J.); Beach Bluff, 18 July 
'15 {H. M. P.); Cambridge, 9 Sept. '37 {Harris CoU,); Chester, 
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Conn.— Brookfidd, 27 June '10 (£. L. D.); Durham, 1 Sept 
'09 (B. H. W.); New Canaan, 29 Sept '09 (A. L B.); Portland, 
15 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 13 July '15 (H. L. J.). 

Apatetieus bracteatus (Fitch). 

Me. — Houlton, 24 Aug. '13; Long Id., Penobscot Bay, 6 Aug. 
'11 {F. A. E.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.). 

Vt.— Weston, July '01. 

Mass.— Amherst, 13 Aug. '94; Aubumdale, 1 Oct (C. W. J,); 
Beach Bluff, 27 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Dover, 10 Sept '08 {A. P. 
Jf.); Ipswich, 31 Aug. '13 (£. K J.); Mt Greylock, 3500 ft, 
17 Aug. '94 {A. P. M.); Nantucket, 10 Sept. '92 (S. H.); Salem; 
Sherbom, 5 Sept '15 (C. A. P.). 

Conn.— litchfield, 10 Aug. '01 (L. B. W,); New Haven, 24 
Aug. '14 (M. P. Z.); Prospect, 15 Aug. '06 {W. E. B,); S. Meriden, 

2 Aug. '13 (H. L. J.). 

PodiflUB maculiventris (Say). 

Me.— liberty, 16 Sept '13 (J. A. C); Norway; Qrono, 18 
June '08; Pownal (0. 0. S.); Wales, 18 June (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Durham, 14 Aug. 
'06; Mt Washington, base, 7 July '15 (C. W. J.); summit (fide 
Shsson). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12; Winooski, 25 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.); 
Woodstock, 20 Aug. '11 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 4 Aug. '05; Boston, 10 May '12 (W. R.); 

3 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Cohasset, 13 Sept (0. P.); Forest Hills, 
7 May '16 {A. M. W,); Mt Greylock, 27 Aug. '07 (C. W. J.); 
Nantucket, 18 Aug. '11 (H. T. P.); Provincetown, 6 Sept '90 
{A. P. M.); Rockport, 28 Aug. '13 (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 25 
July '05 (J. A. C). 

R. L— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 18 May 
'06 (J. P.); Providence, 10 June; Tiverton, 31 July '13 (N. S. £.); 
Warwick, 26 May; Washington, 19 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

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New Haven, 6 June '02 (£. J. S. M.); Southington, 5 July '05 
(B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 6 July '14 (H. L. J.); Windsor, 26 July '05 
{W. E. B.); Winnipauk, 4 Aug. '08 (C. W. J.). 

PodiflUB fretus Olsen. 
Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soe., 1916, vol. 11, p. 82. 

Mass.— Amherst, 16 May '10 (G. P. £.); Orleans, 13 May '91 
(f. B.). 

Podisus BerieventriB Uhler. 

Me.— Casco Bay, 12 Sept. '12 (C. P. £.); Orono, 28 June '07. 

N. H. — Franconia (fide Shsson); Mt Washington, base, 7 July 
'15 (C. W. J.); summit,.3 July (S. A. N.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 31 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Rutland, 20 Sept. 
'16 (C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 14 Sept. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Woodstock, 13 May '15 (W. E. B.). 

Podisus modsstus (Dallas). 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 14 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '09 (C. W. J.); Monmouth, 23 June 
'03 (C. A. F.); Orono (H. T. F.). 

N. H.— Center Harbor, 10 Sept. '14; Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 
(H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Glen House, 23 
July '15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washing- 
ton, Alpine Garden, 4 July '14 (C. W. J.); base, 7 July '15 (C. W. 
J.); Pelham, 5 Sept. '05 (J. C. B.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J.); Bennington, 19 July '15 
(C. W. J.); Montgomery, 18 July '91 (A. P. M.); Pompanoosuc 
(C. M. W.); St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.); St. Johnsbury, 
28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 29 Aug. '91; Aubumdale, 4 April '04 (C. W, 
J.); Bashbish Falls, 28 June (C. W. J.); Beach Bluff, 28 Aug. '15 
(H. M. P.); Blue Hills, 15 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut 
HiU, 13 Oct. '15 (ff. M. P.); Chester, 27 May '12 (C. W. J.); 
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21 Sept '10 (C. W. J.); Westford, 22 June '13 (P. W. W.); Win- 
chendon, 5 July '92 (A. P. M.); Woods Hole, 24 July (T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 13 May '06, 15 Aug. '05 {J. B.). 

Conn.— S. Meriden, 29 May '15 {H. L. J.). 

PodlBUB plaeidus Uhler. 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Mt Washington, base, 
7 July '16 (C. W. J.); Webster {W. F. F.). 

Mass.- Amherst; Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (H. M. P.); Boston, 
Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Forest HiUs, 9 May '15 
{W. M. M.); Maiden, 16 May '96 {A. H. K.); Orleans, 13 May 
'91 (F. B.); Southbridge, 16 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.); Colebrook, (B. H. 
W.); KiUingly, 11 June '15 {W. E. B.); litchfidd, 23 Aug. '11 
(i. B. W.); New Haven, 22 June '11 (A. B. C); N. Stonington, 
20 May '15 (/. W. D.); Wallingford, 29 July '12 (D. J. C). 

Zierona caerulea (Linn^). 
Me.— Newbury Neck, Surrey, 22 June '03 (P. A. E.). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, summit (A. T. 8.) (fide Van Dime). 



COREIDAE. 
Merocohinae. 

Corynocorlfl distlnctus (Dallas). 

Me.— Orono, 10 May '14 (ff. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Holdemess, Lake 
Asquam, 28 Aug. '99 (A. P. M.); Milford (C. P. W.); Webster 
(W. F. P.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass.— Amherst, 21 July '05; Barnstable, 5 July '04 (C. W. J.); 
Chihnark, 17 Aug. '11 (J. A. C); Fall River, 22 July '05 (N.S. E.); 
Framingham, 10 July '06 (C. A. P.); Truro; Tyngsboro, 2 Oct '02 
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R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.); Kingston, Oct 
'04 (J. B.); Plum Beach, Sept '08. 

Conn.— Litchfield, 21 Sept '01 (i. B. W.); New Haven, 26 
June '02 (£. J. S. M.); Scotland, 27 July '04 (B. H. W,); S. 
Meriden, 6 July '15 {H. L, J.). 

COREINAE. 
Tribe ACANTHOCBPHAUNI. 

Acanthocephala terminalis (Dallas). 

Mass.— Amherst, 14 July '00; Boston, 12 June '02, 8 Oct '15 
{H. M. P.); Dedham, 4 Sept. '08 (C. W. J.); Westport Factory, 
31 July '13 (C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 5 Sept '12 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 30 Aug. '14 (W, M,); Greenwich, 5 Oct 
'09 (A. I. B.); Manchester, 30 Aug. '12 (Z). J. C); New Haven, 
4June'll(JF.£.5.); S. Meriden, 6 June '14 (fl^. L. J.); Stamford, 
13Aug.'9lU.P.JIf.). 

Tribe Anisosgblini. 

LeptoglofWUB fulvicomifl (Westwood). (= L. magnoliae Heide- 
mann). 
Mass.— Amherst, Hatch Exp. Sta., 7 Oct '01 (H. T. F.). 

Tribe MicmNi. 

Euthochtha galeator (Fabricius). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 18 July '00; Concord, 3 Aug. '13 (W. R.); 
Dartmouth, 16 Sept '13 {N, S, £.); Ellis, 24 May '12 (C. W. J.); 
Saugus, 5 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Southwick, 3 Aug. '05; Tyngs- 
boro, 15 June '09 {F. B.); Westport Factory, 31 July '13 (C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 2 Oct '10 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 30 Aug. '14 {W, M.); Farmington, 6 Sept 
'14 {W. M.); Lyme, 4 July '11 {H. B. K. & A. B. C); Manchester, 
12 Sept '10 {W. E, B.); New Haven, 3 July '02 {W. E. B.); S. 
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Tribe CoREiNi. 

Anasa tristis (De Geer). 

G>mmon injurious species such as this are often neglected hy 
collectors, and hence it is sometimes impossible to get an adequate 
number of definite records. No doubt the squash-bug is found 
throughout New England, wherever its food-plants are grown. 

Me.— Oono, 11 May '14 {H. M. P.). 

N.H.— Durham (JT.F.F.). 

Vt.— WilliamsviUe, 24 June '15 {W. T. C). 

Mass.— Blue Hills, 15 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Edgartown, 22 
Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 12 April '15, 22 Sept. '14 {H. 
M. P.); Truro; Woods Hole, 12 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.). 

R. I.— Kingston (J. B.). 

Conn.— Berlin, 16 Sept. '15 (W. E. B.); Hamden, 24 June '13 
(£. Jf. S.); New Haven, 26 March, 16 Oct.; Wallingford, 16 
Jime (J. K. i.). 

Anasa repetita Heidemann. 

Mass.— Allston, 11 Sept. '11 (C. W. J.); Amherst; Beach 
BluflF, 23 June '13 {H. M. P.); Boston, Jamaica Plain, 13 June '13 
(N. F. P.); Chestnut HiD, 24 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Wallingford, '11 (Z>. J. C). 

Anasa armigera (Say). 

Mass. — Amherst, June '14 {0. C. C); Boston, Chestnut ffill, 
24 Sept. '14, 13 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.). 

ALYDIDAE. 

Tribe MiCBKLTTRINI. 

Protenor belfragei Haglund. 

Me. — Norway; Orono, 7 Aug. '13; Pushaw Lake. 

N. H.— Abtead, 9 Aug. '04 (A. P. Jf.); Durham (C. M. W. & 
W. F. F.); Squam Lake, 3 Aug. '07 (G. M. A.). 

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P.); Boston, Chestnut Hill, 24 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Salem, 7 
Sept. '66 (J. H. £.); Sprin^dd, Sept. '62; Woods Hole, 5 Sept. 
'15 {W. S. A.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 20 July '08 (B. H. W.); Scotland, 10 Aug. 
'05 (S. H. W); Westville, 9 Aug. '06 (B. H. W.). 

Tribe A1.TDINI. 

Megalotomus quinquespinosus (Say). 

Me.— Orono, 3 Aug. '06; S. Orrington, 28 Sept. '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Webster (W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Winooski, 26 Aug. '01 (J. B.). 

Mass. — Amherst, 31 Aug. '05; Mebose Highlands, 20 Aug. 
'15 (f. X. W.); Rutland, 20 Sept. '16 (fi. W. J.); Sherbom, 15 
July '92 (A. P. M.y, Southbridge, 8 July '13 (C. W. J.); Spring- 
field, 27 Aug, '12; TVngsboro, 19 Sept. '91 (F. B.); Woods Hole, 
July (r. H. M.). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (H. L. V.); Canaan, 18 Aug. 
'94 U. P. M.y, Darien, 4 Aug. '08 (C. W. J.y, Gnmby, 3 Oct. '05 
(B. H. W.y, New Haven, 9 July '14 (M. P. Z.); Portland, 15 Aug. 
'13 (B. H. W.y, S. Meriden, 16 Aug. '13 {H. L. J.y, Woodbury, 
19 July '13 {W. E. B.). 

Alydus eurinus (Say). 

Me. — Orono, 19 Jime. 

N. H.— Claremont (fl. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Concord; 
Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Hanover (C. M. TT.); Lee 
(C. M. W. & W. F. F.) ; Webster (IF. F. P.). 

Vt.— WeUs River, 11 July '91 {A. P. M.); WinoosW, 26 Aug. 
'01 (C. A. D.y 

Mass.- Amherst, 12 July '05; Fall River, 9 July '05 {N. S. £.); 
Forest HiUs, 17 Sept. '14 (ff. M. P.); Manomet, 26 July (C. W. J.); 
Sherbom, 15 July '92 (A. P. M.y, Tyngsboro, 19 Sept '91 (P. B.); 
Winchendon, 5 July '92 {A. P. M.); Woods Hole, 5 Sept '15 
(TT. S. A.y 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 Sept '04 (J. B.); Providence, 6 July 
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Conn. — Fannington, 6 Sept. '14 {W, M,); New Haven, 5 June 
'10 (A. B. C); S. Meriden, 4 June '15 {H. L. J,); Thompson, 11 
July '05 {W. E. B.); YalesviUe, 19 Oct. '03 {H. L. V.). 

AlydUB conspeznuB Montandon. 

Me.— Ashland (0. 0. S.); Qrono, 3 Aug. '06. 

N. H.— Abtead, 8 Aug. '04 (A. P. M.); Durham (C. M. W. i 
W. F. F.); Hanover, 3 July '08 (C. W. J.); Holdemess, 17 Aug. 
'99 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 10 Aug. '05; Beach Bluff, 24 June '14 (ff. 
M. P.); Boston, 2 July '03 {H, M. P.); Marblehead, 17 July '14 
{H. M. P.); Tyngsboro, 11 Sept. '91 (F. fi.); Winchendon, 2 July 
'92 {A. P. M,). 

AlydUB pilosulUB Herrich-Schaeffer. 

Me.— Katahdin Iron Works, 8 Sept. '99 {F. A. E.); Qrono, 
8 Sept. 

Mass.- Amherst; Beach Bluff, 24 June '14 {H. M. P.); Blue 
Hills, 15 Sept. '14 {H, M. P.); Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); 
Forest Hills, 1 Oct. '16 {A. M. W.); Martha's Vineyard, 17 July 
'03 (J. A. C); Nantucket, 20 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.); TjTigsboro, 
11 Sept. '91 (P. fi.); Woods Hole, 19 Sept. '15 (PF. S. A.). 

R. I.— Kingston, June '05 {J. B.) ; Providence, 6 July (C. A. D,). 

Conn. — Fannington, 6 Sept. '14 (PF. M,)\ New Haven, 8 June 
'11 U. B. C); Poquonock, 27 June '05 {H. L. V.); Scotland, 25 
July '04 (fi. H. W,); Stamford, 13 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.). 



CORIZIDAE. 

Tribe Habmostini. 

Harmostes reflezulus (Say). 

Me.— Princeton, 12 July (C. W. J,), 

Mass.- Amherst, 2 Aug. '05; Chatham, 1 July '09 (C. W. l); 
Forest Hills, 1 June '15 {H. M. P.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct. '15 {B. 



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M. P.); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A. C); Tisbury, 25 July '11 
(J. A. C); Tuckemuck Id., 5 Aug. '15 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.); Buttonwoods, 22 
June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 2 Aug. '05 (J. B.); Providence 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. Z>.). 

Tribe CoBizmi. 

Corizus hyalinus (Fabricius). 
Mass.— Woods Hole, 2 July '05 {T. H. if.). 

Corizus crassicomis (Linn^). 

Mb.— Capens, 11 July '07 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 July '10 
(C. W. J.); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. '08 (J. A, C); Lower Black 
Biver Rapids, 13 Sept. '07 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 26 June '06 
(C. A. F.); Orono, 22 April '14 (H. M. P.); TraveUer Mt, 29 
July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 27 June '13 (C. W. J.); Crawfords, 
28 Sept. '16 (H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Glen 
House, 7 July '14 (C. W. J.); Hanover (C. M. W.); Jackson, 3 
July '91 {A. P. M.); Mt. Washington, 1 July '74 (J. F. £.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 14 Aug. '98 (A. P. if.). 

Mass.— Chester, 27 May '12 (C. FT. J.). 

Corizus latwalls (Say). 

Me. — Qrono. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W, & W. P. P.). 

Vt.— St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. PF. J.); St. Johnsbury, 23 
June '06 (C. FT. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 6 June '01; Beach Bluff, 21 June '14 (H. 
M, P.); Manomet, 5 Aug. '12 (FT. S. B.); Rockport, 15 July '04 
(C. fF. J.); Sankaty Head, 20 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.), 

R I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. PF. J.); Providence, 6 
Oct. (C. A. Z).). 

Conn.— New Haven, 5 Nov. '10 (Z). J. C); Scotland, 25 July 
'04 (B. H, W.); S. Meriden, 24 May '14 (ff. i. J.). 



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CorizuB bohemani Signoret. 

Me.— Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hanover (C. M. W.), 

Mass. — Amherst; Tyngsboro, '95 {F. fi.). 

Conn.— Meriden, 28 July '09 (A. I. B.); New Haven, 1 June 
'11 (B. H. W.); Scotland, 8 Aug. '05 (B. H. W.). 

CorizuB hlrtus Torre Bueno. 
Mass.— Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A. C). 



ARADIDAE. 

AraduB aequalis Say. 
Vt.— (P. S. S.). 

AraduB quadrilineatUB Say. 

Me.— Holden, 17 June '02 (F. A. £.); Monmouth (0. 0. S.); 
Mt. Katahdin, Aug. '02 {H. G. B.); Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.), 

N. H. — Claremont; Concord; Diurham; Glen House, 22 Sept 
'07 (0. B,); Mt. Washington, summit (fide Shason); Webster 
{W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Boston, 30 April '03 (H. M. P.); Natick, 
1 Nov. '00; Saugus, 21 June '14 (P. W. D,); Swansea, 10 Aug. '08. 

R. I.— Providence, 7 May (C. A. Z).); Warwick, 26 May. 

Conn.— Hartford, 11 May '14 {W. M.); Lyme, 30 April '13 
(D. J. C); Saybrook, 25 April '13 (Z>. J. C); S. Meriden, 10 May 
'14 (H. L J.). 

AradUB robUBtUB Uhler. 

Me.— Manchester (0. 0, S,) ; Monmouth, 27 June '01 (C. A. f .); 
Orono, 24 April '14 {H. M.' P.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 26 May '92; Cambridge, 12 Sept; Forest 
Hills, 26 May '16 {A. M. W.); Milton, 20 May '29 (Harris CoU). 

R. I.— Kingston, May (J. B.). 

Conn.— Meriden, 10 May '10 {A. B. C); New Haven, 26 Feb. 
'11 {A. B. C), 21 May '11 {W. E. B.); Rainbow, 7 May '14 
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Aradus hubbardi Heidemann. 

Me.— Mt Katahdin, 19 Aug. '02 {H. G. B.); Qrono, 4 June '13 
(ff. M. P.). 

Aradus Bimilis Say. 

Me.— Orono, 29 April, 4 June '13 (H. M. P.). 

Mass.— Forest Hilb, 8 Nov. '16 (JV. M. B.); Springfield 
(J. A. A.); Tyngsboro, 6 May '00 (F. B.). 

Conn.— Meriden, 8 May '11 (A. B, C); Stonington, May '14 
(/. W. D,). 

Aradus acutus Say. 
Me.— Norway (0. 0. S.). 
N. H.— Aug. '50 (Harris CoU.); Temple, 26 May '00 (F. B.). 

Aradus borealis Heidemann. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, Lake of the Clouds, 2 July '96 (F. B.). 

Aradus tuberculifer Kirby, Bergroth. 
Me.— Oono (H. T. F.). 

Aradus uniformis Heidemann. 
Mass. — Chieopee, 25 June '03. 

Aradus lugubris Fallen. 

Me.— Mt. Katahdin, 3000 ft, Aug. '02 (H. G. B.); Norway; 
Orono, 10 May '14 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Milford (C. P. W,)\ Mt. Washington, sunmiit {fide 
Slosson). 

Mass. — Amherst; Boston, 11 July '78; Beach Bluff, June 25. 

R. I.— Kingston, 17 June '06 (J. fi.). 

Aradus abbas Bergroth. 

Me.— Ashland Junction, 16 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 
17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Machias, 17 Aug. (C. W. J.); Mt. Katah- 
din, Aug. '02 (H, G. B.). 

Vt.— St. Johnsbury, 27 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Boston, 1 Sept.; Concord, 26 April '13 (JV. R.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 24 April '15 (Q. S. L.); 31 July '11 (A. 
B. C); Wallingford, 5 June '12 (D. J. C). 



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AraduB niger St&I. 

Me — Qrono, 29 April '14, 27 May '13 {H. M. P.); Mt. Katah- 
din, Aug. '02 {H. G. B.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 26 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.). 

Mass.— (S. H.). 

MEZIRIDAE. 
Tribe MBzmiNi. 

NeuroctenuB Bimplez (Uhler). 
Me.— Qrono {H. T. F.). 
Mass.— {H. T. F.). 

AneuruB inconBtanB Uhler. 
Me. — Orono, 24 Sept. 
N. H.— Claremont (fl. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 

2 Oct. '16 {H. M. P.). 

Vt.— Montpelier, 25 June '06 (C. W. J.). 
• Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluflf, 18 July '14 {H. M. P.); Boston, 

3 Feb. '04 {H. M. P.); Cambridge, 19 Nov. '69 {E. B.); Milton, 
29 May '22 {Harris CoU.). 

R. I.— Providence, April, 11 June '06 (C. A. D.), 
Conn.— Lyme, 14 May '11 {A. B. C). 

AneuruB Bimplez Uhler. 
Vt.— (P. S. S.). 

AneuruB flskei Heidemann. 
Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 {E. L />.). 

NEIDIDAE. 

Neidinae. 

Neides muticuB (Say). 

Me.— Monmouth, 16 June (C. A. P.); Orono, 10 June '13 
(C. P. .4.); Paris, 9 July '14 (C. A. P.). 

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Danvers, 3 Aug. '15 {H, M. P.); Forest Hills, 19 Sept. '15 {H. M, 
P.); Framingham, 18 April '09 (C. A. F.); Freetown, 17 July '08 
(C. W. J.); Waiiamsburg, 7 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Meriden, 29 April '07 (B. H. W.); New Haven, 30 
July '09 (J8. H, W.); Woodbridge, 12 May '07 (FT. E. J8.). 



Metacanthinae. 

Jalsrsiui BpinoBUB (Say). 

Me.— Bangor, 6 June (P. A. £.). 

Mass.- Amherst ((?. C. C); Beach Bluff, 4 July '15 {H. Jf . P.); 
Blue Hflb, 15 Sept. '14 (ff. M, P.); Boston, Chestnut HiU, 13 Oct. 
'15 {H. M. P.); Cohasset, 13 Sept. '07 (0. B,); Dedham, 20 May 
(C. W. J.); Saugus, 5 Sept. '14 {H. M, P.); Tyngsboro, June '01 
(P. fi.); Woods Hole, July (T. H. M,). 

R. I.— Cumberiand, 3 July '10 (J. J8.); Kingston, May '06 
(J. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 26 Feb. '11 {A. B. C); Rambow, 29 May 
'15 (J8. H. W.), 

LYGAEIDAE. 

Lygaeinae. 
Tribe Lyqabini. 

OncopeltUB fasciatUB (Dallas). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 27 July '13 (H. M, P.); Maiden, 1 Sept. 
'70 (S. H.). 

Conn.— S. Meriden, 11 Sept. '13 {H. L. J.); Stamford, 13 Aug. 
'91 {A. P. M.); Stonington, July '09 (G. H. H,). 

LygaeiiB turcicuB Fabricius. 
Mass.- Lynn, 2 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.). 

LygaeuB kalmi St&l. 
Me.— Green Lake, near Holden, 27 July '09 (P. A, E.). 
N. H.— Claremont (fi. P. D.) {fide Torre Bueno); Durham 



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(C. M, W. & W. F. F.); Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J.); Han- 
over, 10 Aug. '01; Jackson, 22 Sept. '07 (0. B.); Mt. Washington, 
summit (fde Slosaon); N. Conway, 30 July '91 {A. P. M.); Pdham 
(f.J8.); "Webster (W, F. F,), 

Vt.— Norwich, 4 July '08 (C. W. J.); Woodstock, 13 Aug. '10 
{A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 17 Aug. '05; Beach Bluflf, 4 July '12 {H, Jf . P.) ; 
Lynn, 17 May '14 (F. W. D.); Forest Hills, 21 Mar. '13; Medford, 
3 Oct. '02 (C. A. F,); Truro; Tyngsboro,. 29 June '90. (f. B.); 
Woods Hole, 9 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.), 

R. L— Buttonwoods, 20 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Farmington, 21 May '14 {W. 3f.); Hartford, 12 Sept. 
'07 (W. E. B.); New Canaan, 26 Sept. '06 (W. E. B.); New Haven, 
15 July '99 {W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 16 April '15 {H. L J.); Stam- 
ford, 13 Aug. '91 {A. P. M.); Stomngton, July .'09 (G. H. H.). 

LygaeuB albuluB Distant. 

Mass.- Saugus, 22 Aug. '14 {H, M. P.); Nantucket, 9 Sept. '09 
(H, T. F.); Woods Hole, July '98 (fide Barber), 

R. L— Cumberland, 3 July '10 (J. J8.). 

Tribe Obsiluni. 

OrtholomuB longicepB St&l. 

Me.— Liberty, 16 Sept. '13 (J. A. C); Qrono, 10 Sept. '06; 
Portland (P. R. U,) {fide UUer). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Hanover (C. M. W.); 
Holdemess, 1 Aug. '99 (.4. P. 3f.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluflf, 10 July '15 (H. M. P.); Provincetown, 
7 Sept. '07 {A. P. M.); Southwick, 3 Aug. '05. 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (JE. L. />.). 

NysiuB califomlcuB St&l. 
Conn.— New Haven, 20 July '04 (J8. H. W.). 

NyBiuB thymi (Wolff). 

Me.— Machias, 19 July '09 (C. W. J.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. 
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N. H — Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Dublin, 1 Aug.; 
Hanover, 3 July '15 (C. W. J.) ; N. Conway, 30 July '91 (.4. P. M.) ; 
Wonalancet, 13 Sept '12 (J. A. C). 

Vt.— Wells River, 11 July '91 {A. P. Jf.). 

Mass. — Warwick. 

NysiuB ericae (Schilling). 

Me.— Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.); Orono, 28 Sept; West- 
brook (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Qaremont (fi. P. D.) (fide Torre Bveno); Crawfords, 
28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Dublin, 1 Aug. (C. W. J.); Durham 
(C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Littleton 
(C. M. W.) ; N. Conway, 30 July '91 {A. P. M.) ; Webster {W. F. P.). 

Vt.— Mt. Equinox, 5 June '10 (C. W. J.); Wells River, 11 July 
'91 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 19 June '95; Beach Bluff, 27 Aug. '14 {H. 
M. P.); Blue Hills, 22 May '15 {H. M. P.); Cohasset, 8 Sept 
(0. B.); Squantum, 3 Oct. '14 {H, M. P.); Tfabury, 25 July '11 
(J. A, C). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L, D.); New Haven, 4 Aug. 
'09 (J8. H. W.); Poquonock, 27 June '05 {H. L V.); Rainbow, 
14 May '15 (M . P. Z.). 

BelonochiluB numeniuB (Say). 

Mass.— Milton, 1 Sept '29 {Harris Coll,); Woods Hole {T. H. 
M.). 

Cyminae. 

Tribe IscmfOBRHTNcmNi. 

Ischnorrh3mchu8 geminatus (Say). 

Me — Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 
(C. W. J.); Orono, 22 May '14 {H. M. P.); Township 4, Range 7, 
Penobscot Co., 1 Aug. '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. 
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Mt Washington, 3000 ft., 4 July '13 (C. W. J.); Webster 
(JV. F. f .). 

Mass.— Amherst; Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (Q. W. J.); Edgartown, 
22 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Framingham, 16 April '14 (C. A. F.); 
Franklm, 26 May '16 {H. M. P.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct. '15 (ff. if. 
P.); Nantucket, 16 Aug. '11 (ff. T. F.); Provincetown, 1 Sept 
'14(C. IT. J.); Woods Hole. 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. Z>.); New Haven, 4 May 
'04 {H. L. V,); Portland, 13 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); Rambow, 9 May 
'12 (J8. H, W,). 

Tribe Cymini. 

CymuB luridus St&l. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. 
'08 (J. A. C); Orono, 24 May; S. Harpswell, 27 July '08 (J. A. C). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, sununit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Mt. Mansfield, 4000 ft., 21 July '91 {A. P. Jf.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 21 June '15 {H, M, P.); Edgartown, 28 
June '12 (C. W. J.) ; Gloucester, 22 May '15 (C. W, J.) ; Nantucket, 
6 Aug. '13 (J. A. C); Provincetown, 1 Sept. '14 (C. W. J.); Tucker- 
nuck Id., 6 Aug. '09 (J. A. C); Woods Hole, July (T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 17 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 17 May '06 (B. H. W.); Stony Creek, 
27July'04(ff. L. F.). 

Cymus angustatus St&l. 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W, J.); liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 23 June 
'07 (C. A. F.); Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.); Orono. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Hanover, 3 July '15 
(C. W. J.); Mt. Washington {W. P. P.); Webster {W. P. P.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 11 July '08 (C. FT. J.); Dmnmerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.) ; Mt. Mansfield, 4000 ft, 21 June '91 (.4. P. M.) ; 
St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W, J.). 

Mass. — Amherst; Chilmark, 7 Aug. '11 (J. A. C); Forest 
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N. Adams, 20 June '08 (C. W. J.); Provincetown, 29 June '91 
(A. P. M.); Springfield, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); Tuckemuck Id., 
6 Aug. '09 (J. A. C); Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 15 June '12 (C. W, J.); Cumberland, 3 
July '10 (J, B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (JE. L. D.); Danbury, 15 June 
'09 (C. W. J.); New Haven, 26 Feb. '11 {A. B, C); Thompson, 
11 July '05 {H. L. v.). 

Cyxnus discors Horvdth. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Holden, 20 July '00 
{F. A. £.); Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Orono, 31 May '14 
{H. M, P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hanover, 3 July '15 
(C. W, J.); Mt. Washington, smnmit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Burlington, 22 June '06 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.); Highgate Springs (fide Horvdth); St. Albans, 
21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 (H. M. P.); Edgartown, 28 
June '12 (C. W. J.); Pocasset, 6 Aug. '12 (J. A. C); Sherbum, 
6 Jan. '17 (C. A. F.); Tisbury, 25 July '11 (J. A. C); WeUesley, 
15 Aug. '00 (A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Blissinae. 

Ischnodemuii falicus (Say). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 22 June '14 (H. M. P.); Cohasset, 13 
Sept. '07 (0. B.); Tyngsboro, Jan. '98 (P. J8.); Woods Hole, 
July (T. H. M.). 

Conn.— Orange, 21 May '11 (B, H. W.), 

Blissus leucopteruB (Say). 

Mass.- Amherst, 26 June '00; Beach Bluff, 21 June '15, 26 
July '14 (H. M. P.); Nantucket, 9 Sept. '09 (H. T. F.); Woods 
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R. I.— Providence, Sept. '15 (J. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 11 Aug. '08 (B. H. W.); Orange, 21 May 
'11 (J5. H. W.); S. Meriden, 15 April '14 {H. L. J.). 

BlissuB hirtus Montandon. 

Me.— Harbor, 20 April '12 (S. L. M.); Orono, 7 April '12, 12 
June '13 (H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (ff. M. P.). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 20 May '15, 14 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); 
Hazdwood, 10 Aug. '00 (.4. P. M.); Salem, 6 April '91 {A. P. M.); 
Tisbury, 5 Aug. '11 (J. A. C). 

Conn.— Stamford, 13 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.). 

Geocorinae. 

Gtoocoris bullatus (Say). 

Me.— Orono. 15 June; Pownal (0. 0. S.); Paris, 7 July '15 
(C. A. P.). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit (fde Slosson). 

Vt.— Wells River, 11 July '91 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 {H. M. P.); Boston, 
19 Nov. '77 (S. H.); Framingham, 17 June '15 (C. A. P.); Win- 
chendon, 1 July '92 {A. P. M.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 10 June '07 (J. P.). 

Oeocoris bullatus discopterus St&l. 

Me.— Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Webstw 
(JF. P. P.). 

Vt.— S. Hero, Grand Isle, 9 July '04 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Beach BlufiF, 21 June '15, {H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 
28 June '79 (S. H.); Somerville, 4 Sept '90 {A. P. M.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 19 July '04 (P. L. P.), 3 Aug. '05 
(P. H. W.). 

Oeocoris uUginosus (Say). 
Me.— Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. P.); Pownal, 4 July (0. 0. S.); 



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Township 4, Range 7, Penobscot Co., 1 Aug. '10 (J. A. C); West- 
brook, 13 Sept (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham, July '00 {W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 31 Mar. '15 (S. L. M.); Provmcetown, 
27 June '91 (.4. P. M.); Sherbom, 6 Jan. '17 (C. A. F,); WeUesley, 
14 Sept '98 {A. P. M.); Woods Hole, July {T. H. M,). 

CtoocoriB uliginoBUB speculator Montandon. 

N. H.— White Mts. {W. P. P.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 {H. M. P.); LoweU {fide 
Montandon). 

Conn.— New Haven, 9 July '11 (J5. H. W.). 

Ctoocoria uliginosus lateralis (Fieber). 
Mass.— Sherbom, 6 Sept. '14 (C. A. P.). 

Ctoocoris uliginosuB limbatus St&l. 

Me.— Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.) ; Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Webster {W, P. P.). 

Vt.— Woodstock, 26 Oct '09 {A. P. M.), 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 (H, M. P.); Edgartown, 27 
Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Framingham, 20 Aug. '15 (C. A. P.); Nan- 
tucket, 9 Sept. '09 {H. T. P.); Provmcetown, 1 Sept. '14 (C. W. 
J.); Sherbom, 3 April '92 {A. P. M,). 

iBthmocoris piceus (Say). 

Mass.— Andover (fide McAfee); Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H. M. 
P.); Forest HiUs, 18 May '15 (P. X. W.); Sherbom, 12 June '15 
(C. A. P.); Tyngsboro, 1 Mar. '01 (P. B.); WeUesley, 6 Sept '00 
{A. P. M,). 

R. I.— Tiverton, 25 May '07 (AT. S. E.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 April '11 (J8. H, W,); Portland (fide 
McAtee). 

Pachygronthinae. 

Phlegyas abbreviatus (Uhler). 

Me.— Calais, 10 July (C. W. J.) ; Holden, 23 June '01 (P. A. E.) ; 
Orr's Id., 25 July '09 (C. W, J.); Paris, 15 July '14 (C. A. P.). 



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N. H.— Claremont (fi. P. D.) {fide Torre Bueno); Durham 
(C. M, W. & W. F. F.); Hanover (C. M. W.); Holderness, 3 Aug. 
'99 (A. P. M.); Littleton (C. M. W.); Mt. Washington (W. F, F.); 
Nottingham (C. M. W. & W, F, F.); Twin Mt. (PF. F. F.). 

Vt.— Dummerstdn, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June 
'13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 5 July '97; Blue Hills, 15 Sept. '14 (H. Jf. P.); 
Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H, M. P.); Edgartown, 28 June '12 (C. 
W. J.); Forest Hills, 28 March '15 (W. Jf.); Nantucket, 4 July '04 
(J. ^. C); Provincetown, 6 Sept. '90 (A. P. M.); Winchendon, 
1 July '92 {A. P. 3/.); Woods Hole, 2 July '05 (J. .4. C). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. TT. J.); Cumberland 
(J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. />.); Litchfield, 1 July '16 
(L. B. PF.); New Haven, 1 June '11, 17 July '08 (J8. H. W.); 
Middlebury, 16 June '11 (J8. H. W,); S. Meriden, 25 May '14 
(H. L. J.). 

Oedancala dorsalis (Say). 

Me. — (fide Stover), 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W, & W. F, P.); Hanover (C. M. W.); 
Wonalancet, 13 Sept. '12 (J. A. C). 

Vt.— St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J,). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 25 June '15 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 28 
May '15, 4 Oct. '15 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 30 May '08 (C. A. 
P.); Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.), 

R. I.— Apponaug, 22 June '12 (C. W. J.); Buttonwoods, 18 
June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Darien, 27 May '15 
(C. W. J.); Lyme, 20 Aug. '10 (B. H. W,); New Haven, 26 May 
'11 {A. B. C); S. Meriden, 7 June '14 (ff. L. J.); WaUmgford, 8 
June '11 (B. H. W,). 

Oxycareninae. 

Crophius disconotUB (Say). 
Me.— Liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A. C). 



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N. H — Crawfords, 3 Oct. '16 (ff. M. P.); Mt. Washington, 
summit (fide Slosson). 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 21 June '14 {H. M. P.); Forest HiUs, 14 

Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Tyngs- 

boro, 13 Mar. '98 (P. J8.); WoUaston, 27 Oct. '95 (P. H. S.). 

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Rhyparochrominae. 

Tribe MTODOcmxi. 

HyodochuB serripes Olivier. 

Me.— Orono, 24 May '14 {H, M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. 3/. W. & W. P. P.). 

Vt.— S. Hero, Grand Isle, 7 July '04 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (W. H. C); Boston, 26 May '03 
(H. M. P.); Framingham, 21 Jan. '06 (C. A. P.); Milton, 25 
March '28 (Harris CoU.); Swampscott, 19 Aug. '14 (H, M. P.); 
Woods Hole, July (T. H. M.). 

Conn.— East River, 15 July '08 (C. R. P.); Farmington, 18 
Aug. '14 (W. Jf.); Lyme, 30 April '11 (A. B. C); New Haven, 
17 June '02 (E, J. S. M.); WaUingford, 23 Nov. '12 (H, B. K.); 
Winnipauk, 12 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Heraeus plebeJuB St&l. 

Mass.— Brooklme, 25 Sept. '13 (C. W. J.); Cambridge; Tyngs- 
boro, 13 Mar. '98 (P. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 7 May '11 (A. B. C). 

Sphaerobius inflignis (Uhler). 

Me.— Fryeburg, 20 Aug. '92 (A, P. M.); Machias, 2 July 
(C. W. J.); Westbrook, 25 Sept. (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Hanover (C. M. W.); Mt. Washington (A. T. S.) 
(fide Barber), 

LigyrocoriB diflusuB (Uhler). 

Me.— Calais, 10 July (C. TF. J,) ; Liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A.C.); 
Orono, 15 Sept. '13 (H. M. P.); Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. P.); 
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48 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Dublin, 1 Aug. 
(C. W. J.); Glen House, 20 July '15 (C. W. J.); Hampton (C. M. 
W. & W. F. F.); Hanover (C. M. W.); Holdemess, 1 Aug. '99 
{A. P. M.); Jackson, 22 Sept '07 (0. B.); Mt Washington, 
5000 ft.. Lake of the Clouds, 5 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 23 July '12 (C. W. J.); Montgomery, 18 
July '91 {A. P. M.); Norwich (C. M. W.); S. Hero, Grand Ide, 
July '04 (.4. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluflf, 21 June '15 {H. M. P.); Co- 
hasset, 21 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Edgartown, 22 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); 
Forest Hills, 30 Sept '15 {H. M. P.); Nantucket, 9 Sept '09 (ff. 
T. P.); Newton, 16 June '14 (J. R. T. B.); Provincetown, 7 Sept 
'07 (A. P. M.); Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 (.4. P. M.); Kingston, 25 July 
'05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 {E. L D.); Colebrook, 21 July 
'05 {H. L. v.); New Haven, 28 June '11 (J8. H. W.); Thompson, 
3 Aug. '92 {A. P. M.). 

Ligyrocoris contractus (Say). 

Me.— Belfast, 21 June '12 (J. A. C); Bowlin Pond, 31 July 
'10 (J. A, C); Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft Kent, 19 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.); Mistake Id., 9 Aug. '07 (J. A. C.)i Qrono, 12 Sept 
'13 {H. M. P.); Paris, 15 July '14 (C. A. P.); Roque Bluflf, 15 Aug. 
'07 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Glen House, 20 
July '15 (C. W. J.); Mt Washington, smnmit (fide Slosson); Won- 
alancet, 13 Sept '12 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J.); Ascutney Mt, 11 July 
'08 (C. W. J.); Jay, 17 July '91 (A. P. M.); Stratton, 10 July '13 
(P. W. W.). 

Mass.— Peru, 28 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 

Perigenes constrictus (Say). 
N. H. — Hampton. 
Mass.— Amherst; Beach BluflF, 31 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Milton, 



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15 Aug. '31 {Hartia CM.) ; Nahant, 16 July '15 {H. M. P.) ; Newton, 

16 June '14 (J. R. T. B.); Ph)vmcetown, 8 Sept. '90 (^4. P. M.); 
Saugus, 2 Sept '15 {H. M. P.); WeUedey, 6 Oct '93 (A. P. M.); 
Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

Perlgenes eostalis Van Duzee. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Boston, Chestnut Hill, 24 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Mt 
Tom, 22 Sept '05 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— S. Meriden, 6 July '14 {H. L. /.). 

Orthaea baaalis (Dallas). 

Mass.— Boston, 8 May '15 {W. M.); Framingham, 19 April '14 
(C. A. P.); Tyngsboro (P. B.). 

Conn.— Rainbow, 9 May '12 (B. fr. IF.). 

Ptochiomera nodosa Say. 
Mass.— Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

Carpills f emiginea StU. 
Me.— Orono(fr. T. P.). 

Cnemodus mavortius (Say). 

Me.— Skowhegan, 19 June (0. 0. S.). 

Mass.— Beveriy, 22 Aug. '09 (C. W. J.); Cambridge (Harris 
CoU.); Freetown, 3 Aug. '08 {N. S. E.); WeUesley, 4 Nov. '03 
{A. P. M,); West Chop, 6 Aug. '93 {A. P. M.); Woods Hole 
(r. H. M.) {fide Manigomtry). 

Conn.— Lyme, 12 March '11 (.4. B. C); S. Meriden, 18 May 
'15 {H. L. J.). 

Pseudoenemodiui eanadensia (Ftt>vancher). 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 15 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Manomet, 13 
Aug. '12 {W. S. B.); Saugus, 5 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Tfabury, 
31 July '11 (J. A. C); Tyngsboro (P. B.); Waquoit, 21 Sept '10 
(C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 25 July '05 (J. A. C). 



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Tribe Rhtpabochboioni. 

Ozophora picturata Uhler. ^ 

N. H.— Massabesic Lake, 10 Oct. '93 (F. B,). 

Mass.— Cambridge, 9 April '36 {Harris Coll,); Cohasset, 13 
Sept (0. B.); Forest Hills, 14 April '17 {W. M. M, & W. M. B.); 
Tyngsboro, 20 Oct. '98 (f . B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 11 March '11 (.4. B. C). 

AntUlocoriB pUoBuluB (St&l). 
Mass.— Tyngsboro (F. B.). 

AntiUocoris palliduB (Uhler). 

Me.— Orono, 22 April '13 (H. M. P.). 

Mass.— Cambridge, 12 Sept. '73; Framingham, 10 July '05 
(C. A. F.); Nahant, 7 July '16 (H. M. P.); Sherbom (C. A. F.); 
Tewksbury; Tyngsboro, April '96 (P. B,); WoUaston, 27 Oct '95 
(P. H. S.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 5 June '16 (if. P. Z.). 

Bhsrparochromus planus Distant. 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15, 1 Aug. '16 (ff. M. P.); Mt 
Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. /.). 

Conn. — Georgetown (fide Barber), 

PlinthisuB americanus Van Duzee. 
N. H. — Franconia. 
Mass.— Tyngsboro (P. B.). 

PeritrechuB (ratemuB Uhler. 

N. H. — Hampton. 

Mass.— Beverly, June (E. J8.); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A. 
C); Somerset, 29 May '09 (N. S. P.); Tyngsboro, 10 Jan. '97 
(P P.). 

Tribe GoNiANOTiNi. 

EmblethiB vicarius Horvdth. 
.N. H.— Hampton. 
Mass.— Beach Bluff, 28 June '15 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 



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3 May '14 (C. A. F.); ReadviUe, 2 Sept. 79; Springfield (S. S.); 
Tyngsboro, April '01 (F. B.). 

R, I.— Portsmouth, 4 Sept. '13 {N. S. £.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 1 May '10 (A. B. C); N. Windham, 14 July '94 
(.4. P. M.); S. Meriden, 5 March '15 {H. L. J.); Waterford, 18 
July '14 (/. W, />.). 

Tribe Beosini. 

Trapezonotus arenarius (Linn^). 
Mass.— Boston, City Point, 8 May '14 {W, M.). 

Sphragisticus nebulosua (Fallen). 

Me.— Pownal, 3 Sept. (0. 0. S.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 22 Aug. '14 {H, M. P.); Forest 
Hills, 3 June '16 {A. M. W.). 

Deloehilocoris umbrosus (Distant). 

Mass.— Tyngsboro (P. B,). 

Conn.— Orange, 21 May '11 (J8. H. IF.); Wallingford, 5 June 
'12 (D. J. C); Windsor, 18 July '04 (5. H. W.). 

Tribe Lethaeini. 

Drymns unus (Say). 

Me.— Liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A. C); Northeast Harbor, 27 
Sept. '07 (C. S. M.); Orono. 

N. H.— Alton (P. B.); Center Harbor, 10 Sept. '14; Mt. 
Lafayette, smnmit, 22 Sept. '95 (P. J5.); Mt. Washington, summit 
(Jide Slosson); Sunapee (P. J8.). 

Mass.— Berlin, 8 Aug. '15 (C. A. P.); FaU River, 27 March '09 
(N, S. P.); Forest Hills, 16 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 10 
July '05 (C. A. P.); Tyngsboro, Oct. '93 (P. B.). 

Drymus erasauB Van Duzee. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington (.4. T. S.) (fide Van Dvzee). 
Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (P. L, D.). 



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IremocoriB ferus (Say). . 

Me.— Capens, 14 July W (C. W. J.); Holden, 27 April '01 
{F. A. E.); Monmouth, 16 June (C. A. F.); Orono. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); littleton, 15 Oct. '97 
(F. B.); Mt Washington, Lake of the Clouds, 2 July '96 (F. B.); 
Sunapee. 

Vt.— Manchester, 8 June '10 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 2 Aug. '97; Beach Bluflf, 21 June '15 {H. M. 
P.); Boston, 19 April '15 (H. M. P.); Edgartown, 29 June '12 
(C. W. J.); Fall Biver, 8 Oct '09 {N. S. E.); Forest Hills, 8 Oct. 
'14 {H. M. P.) ; Ipswich, 16 Oct. ; S. Natick, 26 Oct '05 {A. P. M.) ; 
Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

Conn.— Orange, 21 May '11 (B. H. W.); Oxford, 21 May '04 
{W. E. B.); Wallingford, 8 June '11 {B. H. W.). 

8colopo8t6thua thomaoni Reuter. 
N. H.— Mt Washington, 2 July '96 (F. B.). 
Mass.— Tyngsboro (F, B.). 

SeolopoBtethua atlantieus Horvith. 

Me.— Orono, 29 March '14 {H. M. P.); Princeton, 12 July '09 
(P. W. J.). 

Mass.- Danvers, 3 Aug. '15 (H. M. P.); Tyngsboro, 22 Oct 
'95 (F. B.); Woods Hole, 11 Aug. '05 (J. A. C). 

R, I. — Cumberland (J. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 15 May '11 (.4. B. C). 

SeolopoBtethua diffldena Horvith. 

Me.— 30 April '07. 

Mass.- Berlin, 8 Aug. '15 (C. A. F.); Cambridge, 12 S^t '13; 
Pramingham, 3 May '14 (C. A. F.). 

Zeatocoria nitena Van Duzee. 

Me.— Orono, 22 April '13 (H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); littleton, 15 Oct '97 
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Mass.— Tyngsboro, 19 Feb. 11 (F. B.); WeUedey, 19 May '05 
(A. P. M.). 
Conn.— Lyme, 30 April '11 (A. B. C). 

Cryphula parallelogramma St&l. 

Mass.— FaU River, 28 March '08 (N. 8. E,); Forest Hilb, 24 
March '15 (H. M. P.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Tyngs- 
boro, 7 Mar. '01 (F. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 26 Feb. '11 (A. B. C). 



PIESMIDAE. 

Ptesma eineraa (Say). 

Mass.— Amherst, 6 April '00; Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 (H. 
M. P.); Cambridge. 

R. I.— Kingston, 29 July '08 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 23 Aug. '10 (fF. E. B.); Manchester, 18 
Sept '11 {W. E. B.); MSlford, 11 July '16 (JV. E, B.); New Haven, 
4 Aug. '09 {H. B. W.); Stonington, 30 Dec. '13 (/. W. D.). 

TINGIDAE. 
Tribe TiNQiNi. 

Acalypta lillianis Torre Bueno. 
BuU. Brooklyn Ent Soc., 1916, vol. 11, p. 39. 

Me.— The Forks, 16 June '00 (0. 0. S.). 
N. HL— (fde Osbom and Drake). 

Dlotyonota trioomis amerieana Parshley. 
Psyche, 1916, vol. 23, p. 164. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '06 
(C. W. J.); Roque Bluff. 15 July '07 (J. A. C). 

Corythueha eiliata (Say). 
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Mass.— Melrose Highlands, 15 Jan. '16 (A. T. W.); Nantucket, 
19 Aug, '09 (J. A. C); Needham, 3 Sept. '11. 

R. I.— Kingston, July '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hartford, 26 Sept '10 ((?. H. H.); Mystic, 4 March 
♦15 (M. P. Z.y, New Canaan, 14 Sept. '05 {W. E. B.); New Havoi, 
3 Aug. '09 (B. H. W.y, N. Stonington, 21 Jan. '15 (if. P. Z.); 
S. Meriden, 8 March '14 (H. L. J.). 

Corythuelu areuata (Say). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hampton, 27 May '10 
(S. A. S.). 

Mass.- Aubumdale, 22 July (C. W. J.); Beverly, 24 Oct '66 
(£. £.); Blue Hills, 15 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Cohasset, 8 Sept 
(0. B.); Sherbom, 5 Aug. '96 {A. P. M.); Squantum, 3 Oct '14 
(ff. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 1 June '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfidd, 27 July '10 (E. L. D.); Litchfield, 1 Sept 
'14 (L. B. W.y, Mystic, 4 March '15 {M. P. Z.); New Haven, 19 
Sept. '10 {W. E. B.y, Portland, 14 Aug. '14 (fi. H. W.). 

Corythuelu erataegi Morrill. 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 1 Aug. '16 {H. M. P.h Cohasset, 15 
Sept (0. J?.); EUis, 24 May '15 (C. W. J.); Needham, 3 S^t 
'11; WeUesley, Oct. '03 (A. P. M.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 9 July '11 (B. H. W.). 

Corythuelu pergandei Heidemann. 

Me.— Orono, 17 Sept '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Fabyans (W. F. P.). 

Mass.— Springfield, 29 Aug. '02; Tuckemuck Id., 5 Aug. '13 
(J. A. C). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.y, Chapinville, 26 
May '04 (W. E. B.); Pine Orchard, 26 July '04 (W. E. B.). 

Corythuelu nurmorata (Uhler). 
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N. H.— Bretton Woods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Durham 
(C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 25 June '14 (H. M. P.); Blue 
Hills, 16 June (C. W. J.); Chflmark, 14 Aug. '11 (J. A. C); Edgar- 
town, 22 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 8 Oct. '14 {H. M. P.); 
Southbridge, 16 July '14 (C. W. J.); Tisbury, 27 June '11 (J. A. C); 
Woods Hole, 1 July '05 {J. A. C). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 26 July '11 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 20 July 
'05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (E. L. D.); Granby, 1 July '14; 
New Haven, 23 June '12 {W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 12 June '15 (H. 
L. J.). 

Corythueha Juglandls (Fitch). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Lower Goose Id., 
Casco Bay, 24 July '08 {W. M.W.); Machias, 19 July '09 (C. W. J.) ; 
Orono, 22 May '14 {H. M. P.); Princeton, 12 July '09 (C. W. J.). 

N. a— Bretton Woods, 26 June '13 (C. W. J.); Glen House, 
24 July '15 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 2500 ft, 28 July '15 
(C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Chester, 28 May '12 (C. W. J.); Dover, 10 Sept. '08 
(A. P. M.)i Tuckemuck Id., 5 Aug. '13 (J. A. C); Washington, 
8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.). 

R. L— Kingston, Aug. '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Scotland, 15 Aug. '05 {B. H. W.); Stamford, 16 Aug. 
'12 iW. E. B.). 

Oaleatus peckhami (Ashmead). 
Mb.— Princeton, 12 July '09 (C. W. J.). 
N. H.— Glen House, Osgood TraU, 20 July '16 (C. W. J.). 

Lei>tobyns rhododendri (Horvfith) (=L. explanata Heidemann). 

Me. — Bar Harbor. 

Mass.— Amherst, 21 June '06; Beach Bluff, 16 Aug. '14 (H. 
M. P.); Chester, 3 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); Danvers, 3 July '14; 
Saugus, 5 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.). 



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Conn.— Greenwich, 3 July '13 (fV. E. B.); New Haven, 30 
June '15 (JV. E. B.); RockviUe, 28 June '09 {H. W.). 

Oargaphia tiliae (Walsh). 

N. H.— Hampton, 8 May '09 {S. A. S.); Intervale, 18 Aug. '08 
(C. W. J.); Mt Washington, summit (fide Slosson). 

Mass.— Chester, 5 Aug. '14 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Pleasant Valley, litchfidd Co., 5 Sept '15 (C. P. E.). 

Oargaphia angulata Heidemann. 

Mass.- Westfidd, 10 July '05 (C. W, J.). - 

Conn.— Brookfidd, 27 July '10 (E. L. D.); Hartford, 15 June 
'13 (W. E. B.); New Haven, 19 Aug. '13 (I. B. R.). 

Leptostyla heidemanni Osbom and Drake. 
Bull. Ohio Biol. Surv., 1916, vol. 2, no. 8, p. 238. 

Mass.- Eastham, 27 June '04 (C. W. J.); Fall River, 22 July 
'05 (J. A. C); Forest Hills, 8 Aug. '78 (S. H.); Newton, 16 June 
'14 (J. R. T. B.); Woods Hole, 25 July '05 (J. A. C). 

Physatocheila pleza (Say) Parshley. 
R. I.— Kingston, 2 May '10 (J. B,); Providence (C. A. D.). 

Physatocheila brevirostrla Osbom and Drake. 
Bull. Ohio Biol. Surv., 1916, vol. 2, no. 8, p. 243. 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 4 July '15 {H. M. P.). 

Physatocheila variegata Parshley. 
Psyche, 1916, vol. 23, p. 166. 

Me.— Orono, 8 May '80 {H. T, F.). 
Mass.— WeUesley, 19 May '91 {A. P. M.). 
Conn.— Brookfidd, 25 July '10 (E. L. D.); Portland, 15 May 
'14 (B. H. W.). 

Melanorhopala clavata St&l. 
Me.— Pownal, 15 July (0. 0. S.). 
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M. P.); Fall River, 22 June '05 (J. A. C); Newton, 16 June '14 
(J. R. T. B.); Woods Hole, July (T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Cumberland, 3 July '10 (J. B.). 

Conn — New Haven, 23 July '10 (B. H. W.). 

Melanorhopala obscura Parshley. 
Psyche, 1916, vol. 23, p. 167. 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 21 June '15 (H. M, P.); Nahant, 16 July 
'15 {H. M. P.); WoDaston, 28 June '96 (F. H. S.). 

Hesparotingis antennata Parshley. 
Psyche, 1917, vol. 24, p. 21. 

Conn.— New Haven, 4 Sept '11 (C. E. 0.). 

Hesparotingis antennata borealis Parshley. 
Psyche, 1917, vol. 24, p. 24. 

N. H.— Hampton, 15 Aug. '09 (S. A. 8.). 

Alveotingis grossocerata Osbom and Drake. 
BuU. Ohio Biol. Surv., 1916, vol. 2, no. 8, p. 245. 

Me.— Orono, 5 Aug. '13 (ff. 0.). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington {W. F. F.). 

ENICOCEPHALIDAE. 

Systelloderes biceps (Say). 
B. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

PHYMATIDAE. 

Phymata vieina Handlirsch. 

Mass.— Amherst, 6 June '03; Cliftondale, 29 May '78 (S. H.); 
Gardner, 15 Aug. '16; Nantucket, 4 July '05 (J. A. C). 

B. I.— {fide Van Dvzee). 

Conn.— New Haven, 9 July '11 (B. H. W.). 



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Phymata erosa wolffl St&l. 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12; Winooski, 14 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.); 
Woodstock, 20 Aug '10 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 19 Aug. '13 {H. M. P.); Edgar- 
town, 22 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 3 Oct. '16 (C. A. F.); 
Nantucket, 4 July '05 (J. A. C); Provincetown, 1 Sept '14 
(C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 23 Aug. '14 {W. M. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.); Kingston (J. B.); 
Providence (C. A. D.), 

Conn.— Greenwich, 9 July '07 (J. A. C); New Canaan, 14 
Sept. '05 (W. E. B.); New Haven, 7 Sept. '05 (£. B. W.); S. 
Meriden, 3 Aug. '14 (H, L. J.). 



REDUViroAE. 

Emesinae. 
Tribe Ploiabiolini. 

Ploiariola errabunda (Say). 

N. R.— {Harris CoU.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 5 June '14 (C. C. C); Beverly, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J.). 

Ploiariola tuberculata Banks. 

Me.— Monmouth, 27 June '12 (C. A. F.); Paris, 4 July '16 
(C. A. F.). 

Mass.— FaU River, 22 May '11 {N. S. £.); Sherbom, 30 May 
'16 (C. A. F.). 

Ploiariola hirtipeg Banks. 
Me.— Orono (H. T. F.). 
Vt.— Brattleboro, 15 July '08 (C. W. J.), 
Mass.— Nantucket, 21 Aug. '11 (H. T. F.). 
R. I.— Kingston, 19 Aug. '05 (J. B.). 



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Tribe Emssini. 

Xmesa breTipennis (Say) (» E. longipes DeGeer). 

Mass.— Amherst; Boston, 23 Sept. '09 (C. W. J.); Cambridge, 
22 Sept. '00 (C. 0.); a)hasset, 10 Sept. '05 (0. B.); Concord, 14 
Oct '10 (C. W. J.); Saugus, 22 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); WeUesley, 
Aug. '98 (A. P. M.); WoUaston, 1 Oct. '82 (F. H. S.). 

R. I.— Kingston, Sept. '03 (J. B.). 

Conn. — Fannington, 17 Aug. *14 {W. J/.); Manchester, 14 
Sept. '10 (B. H. PF.); New Canaan, 21 Sept. '09 {A. I. B.)\ New 
Haven, 27 Aug. '11 (Jf . P. Z.). 

Baree annulipes St&l. 

N. H.— Jackson, 22 Sept. '07 (0. B.). 

Mass.— Andover, 9 Sept '15 (F. X. W.); Boston, Chestnut 
HiU, 13 Oct. '15 (ff. M. P.); Framingham, 10 July '05 (C. A. F.); 
Maiden. 

Conn.— New Haven, 26 Feb. '11 {A, B. C). 

Barce uhleri brunnea Banks. 

Mass.— Brookline, 24 Sept. '13 (C. W. J.); Forest HiUs, 30 
March '15 (F. X. W.\ 17 April '15 (C. T. B.), 31 May '15 (F. X. 
W.); Truro, 4 Sept '04 (^. P. M.); Tyngsboro, 6 Mar. '98 (F. B.). 

Barce fratema (Say). 

Mass. — Cambridge, Sept (fide Banks); Framingham, 26 Aug. 
'06 (C. A. F.); Milton, 17 June '27 {Harris Coll.); Salem {Harris 
CoU.). 

Stenopodinae. 

Pygolamplfl sericea St&l. 
N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Pygolamplfl pectoralii (Say). 
Me. — Manchester {fide Stover), 
N. H. — Mt. Washington, sununit {fide Slosson). 



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Mass.— Amherst, 28 May '92; Framingham, 10 July '05 
(C. A. F.); MUton, 15 May '26 (Harris CoU.); Tyngsboro (F. B.). 

Reduviinae. 

BeduTiUB penonatus (Ldim^). 

Me.— Brunswick (fide SUmr); Gorham, 10 June '13 (W. B. H.); 
Newbury Neck, near Surry, 22 June '03 (F. A. E.); Qrono, 21 
July '12; Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. A W. F. F.); Mountain View, Aug. 
'15 (A. M. W.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass. — Amherst; Cohasset, 20 June '08 (0. B.); Danvers, 
1 June '08; Forest Hills, 11 June '14 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 
9 July '07 (C. A. F.); Tyngsboro (F. B.); W. Brookfidd, 12 July. 

Conn.— Litchfield, June '09 (I. B. W.). 

PiRATINAE. 

Melanolestas picipes (Herrich-SchaefiFer). 

N. H.— Webster, July '00. 

Mass.— Framingham, 16 April '05 (C. A. F.); Sherbom, 15 
May '14 (C. A. F.); WeDesley, 8 Aug. '07 (A. P. M.). 

B. I.— Kingston, 26 Sept '07 (J. B.); Providence, 6 Oct 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Durham, 16 Sept '10 (W. E. B.); Lyme, 20 Aug. '10 
(A. B. C); Middlebury, 26 May '11 (W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 27 
Sept '14 (H. L. J.); W. Haven, 11 May '05 (B. H. W.). 

Melanolestas picipes abdominalis (Hemch-Schaeffer). 

Mass. — Framingham (C. A. F.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 13 May '05, 18 Oct '05 (J. B.); Providence 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Canaan, 4 May '12 (D. J. C); New Canaan, 22 Sq?t 
'10 (W. E. B.); New Haven, 25 May '11 (A. B. C); Salisbury, 
27 Aug. '04 (W. E, B.); Torrington (G. H. H.). 



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Apiomerinae. 

ApiomaruB eraulpes (Fabridus). 

Conn.— New Haven, 20 June '02 {E. J. S. M.); Woodbury, 19 
July '13 {W. E, B.). 

Harpactorinae. 

Tribe Zbuni. 

ZalUB eisangiils St&l. 

Me.— Manchester (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Mt Washington, 
summit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Bennington, 22 June '14 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June 
'13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 1 June '98; Chester, 27 May '12 (C. W, J.); 
Edgartown, 28 June (C. W, J.); Forest Hilb, 15 June '16 (A. M. 
W.y, Woods Hole, 9 Aug. '14 [w. S. A.)\ Worcester, 6 July '15 
(F. X. W.). 

B. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, July '14 
(J. B.); Tiverton, 12 July '16 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Portland, 5 June '15 (M. P. Z.); Wallingford, 2 July 
'12 (D. J. C). 

ZeluB BOciuB Uhler. 

Me.— Monmouth, 18 July '14 (C. A. f.); Northeast Harbor, 
27 July '11 (C.S. if.). 

Mass.- Hopkinton, 14 June '14 (C. A. f .). 

ZeiuB audaz Banks. 
Mass. — Andover; Tyngsboro (F. B.). 
Conn.— Portland, 10 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.). 

Bhynoeorla ventralia (Say). 
Me.— Monmouth, 26 June '06 (C. A, F.). 
Mass. — Framingham, 12 June '04 (C. A. F.). 



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PselliopuB cinctUB (Fabricius). 

Mass.— Amherst; Auburndale, 25 Sept '11 (C. W. J.); Bed- 
ford, 12 May (C. W. J.); Blue Hills, 15 Sept. '14 (ff. M. P.); 
Boston, Chestnut Hfll, 24 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 16 
May '16 (A. M. PT.); Framingham, 4 Sept. '04 (C. A. F.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 4 July '14 (J. B.); Providence (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 14 May '11 {A. B. C); New Canaan, 20 Sept. 
'12 {H. B. K.); New Haven, 9 June '14 (Q. S. L); Poquonock, 
27 June '05 (B. H. W.); Portland, 15 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); S. 
Meriden, 31 May '14 (H. L. J.); Stonington, 1 July '14 (/. W. D,). 

Fitchia aptera St&l. 

Me. — Manchester; Monmouth; Orono, 31 May '14 (ff. Jf . P.). 

N. H.— Hampton, 27 April '98 (S. A. S.); Hanover (C. M. W.). 

Vt.— Norwich (C. M. W,). 

Mass.— Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 27 
March '15 (P. X W.)) Framingham (C. A. P.); Horseneck Beach, 
30 July '13 (C. W. J.); S. Sudbury, 5 Nov. '05 (0. B.); Tyngsboro, 
16 Oct. (P. B.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 21 April '11 {A, B. C); Orange, 21 May 
'11 (B. H. W,); S. Meriden, 3 Oct. '14 (H. I. J.). 



Tribe Habpactorini. 

Acholla multispinosa (DeGeer). 

Me. — (fide Stover), 

N. H.— Alton (P. B.); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 14 Aug. '00; Cambridge, 27 Aug. '07 (A. P. 
M.); Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 (6. M. P.); Fall River; Forest Hills, 
16 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Sherbom, 31 Aug. '14 (C. A. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, Oct '04 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hartford, 22 Oct, '06 (B. H, W.)\ Manchester, 21 Sept. 
'11 (B. H. r.); New Canaan, 2 Oct, '07 {W. E. B.); Wallingford, 
14 Aug. '10 (D. J. C); WestviUe, 7 Sept '05 (B. H. W.); Windsor 
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Sinea diadema (Fabricius). 

Me.— Fiyeburg, 20 Aug. '12 {A. P. M.); Orono, 3 Sept. '13; 
Westbrook, 13 Sept. W (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Claremont {R. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 
28 Sept. '16 (ff. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Holder- 
ness, 17 Aug. '99 {A. P. M.). 

Vt.— Hartland, 9 Aug. '13 (P. W. W.); Newport, 12 July '91 
{A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 2 Aug. '05; Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct. 
'15 (H. M. P.); Forest HUb, 17 Sept. '14 {H. M. P); Nantucket, 
20 Sept '15 {W. S. A.); N. Adams, 13 Aug. '07 (C. W. J.); Peru, 
26 Aug. '04 (J. B.); West Chop, 22 July '93 {A. P. M.); West 
Newbury; Woods Hole, 9 Aug. '15 {W. S. A.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 2 Aug. '05 (J. B.); Providence, 15 Sept. 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Canaan, 18 Aug. '94 (A. P. M.); Colebrook, 1 Sept. 
'11 (JV. M. W.)) New Canaan, 11 Sept. '14 {M. P. Z.); Meriden, 
'28 July '09 U. /. B.)\ Stafford, 24 Aug. '05 {W. E. B.); Torring- 
ton (iJ. ff.). 

HEBRIDAE. 

HebruB burmelflteri Lethierry and Severin. 

Mass.— Edgartown, 28 June '12 (C. W. J.); Framingham, 22 
Oct '16 (C. A. P.); Sherbom, 6 Jan. '17 (C. A. P.); Tyngsboro, 
April '91 (P. P.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 25 March '11 (A. B. C). 



MESOVELHDAE. 

Mesovelia mulsanti White. 

Mass.— Forest HiUs, 17 June '14, 8 Oct. '14 (H. M. P.); Saugus, 
22 Aug. '15 (ff. M. P.). 



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NABIDAE. 

Prostembonae. 

Pagftsa fusca (Stein). 

Me.— Qrono; Paris, 10 July '15 (C. A. F.). 

N. H. — Mt Washington, sununit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Stratton, 7 July '13 (P. W. W.). 

Mass.— Boston, 30 Aug. '14 (F. X. W.)\ Framingham, 10 Oct 
W (C. A. F.); Mflton, 17 June '27 {Harris CM.). 

R. I.— Portsmouth, 23 July '08 {N. 8. E.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 20 Aug. '10 (A. B. C); New Canaan, 23 Sept 
'10, winged form {W. E. B.). 

Nabinae. 
Tribe Nabimi. 

Nablfl BubooleoptratUB IQrby. 

Me.— Belfast; Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Qrono, 11 
July '05; Pemaquid Pt, Aug. '06 {H. W. F.); Southwest Harbor, 
25 July '10 {H. T. F.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 3 July '08 (C. W. J.); N. Conway, 30 July 
'91 {A. P. M.); Webster {W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Newport, 12 July '91 (A. P. M.); St Johnsbury, 23 
July '91 {A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 2 July '94; Framingham, 10 Oct '07 (C. A. 
F.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 {A. P. M.). 

Conn.— Litchfield, 29 June '13 (I. B. W.); Salisbury, 29 Aug. 
'04 (W. E. B.). 

Nabls BordidUB Renter. 

Mass.— Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct '15 {H. M. P.); Brook- 
line, 6 Sept (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 10 July '05 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

NablB annulatUB Renter. 
Mass.— Aubumdale, 16 Aug. (C. W. J.); Blue Hills, 14 Aug. 



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78 (S. H.) ; Boston, Chestnut HiU, 24 Sept. '14 (C. W. J.) ; Sharon, 
25 Aug. '13; Weston, 23 July '11; Woods Hole (fide T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 18 Aug. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Portland, 7 Aug. '13 {B. H. W.). 

Nablfl inropinquuB Renter. 

Me.— Liberty, 17 July '12 (J. A. C). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 13 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Fanueil, 12 Aug. 
'04 {A. P. M.); Tfabury, 31 July '11 (J. A. C). 

Nablfl limbatUB Dahlbom. 

Me.— Bowlin Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '06 (C. W. J.); Princeton, 12 
July '09 (C. W. J.); Township 2, Range 7, Penobscot Co., 2 Aug. 
'10 (J. ^. C); TraveDer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Oct '16 (ff. if. P.); Mt Washington, 
Tuckerman's Ravine, 6 Sept '95 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Mt Greylock, 3500 ft, 17 Aug. '94 {A. P. M.). 

Nabis flavomarginatUB Scholz. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Machias, 17 July '09 
(C. W. J.). 

Nabis ferus (Idnn^). 

Me.— Bowlm Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.); Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.); Orono, 17 Aprfl '12 
(H. M. P.). 

Vt.— Mt Ascutney, 23 July '12 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. 
& W. F. P.); Glen House, 20 July '15 (C. W. J,); Hanover, 8 
July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt Washington, summit (fide Shascm). 

Mass.— Amherst; Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct '15 (H. M. 
P.); Forest Hills, 12 May '16 (H. M. P.); Provmcetown, 8 Sept 
'90 (A. P. M.); Tisbury, 6 Aug. '11 (J. A. C); Tuckerauck Id., 
5 Aug. '13 (J. A. C); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. M.); Woods 
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R. I — Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 (A. P. M.); Kingston, 30 April '05, 
17 July '05 (J. J?.); Providence, 30 March (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 8 July '04 (ff. L. V.); Hartford, 7 May '14 
{W. M.), 19 Oct. '04 {W. E. B.); Lyme, 4 Oct. '10 {A, B. C); 
New Haven, 31 Oct. '03 (E. J. S. M.); N. Windham, 14 July '94 
{A. P. M.); Wmdsor, 18 July '04 (B. H. W.). 

Nabls roseipennls Reuter. 

Me.— Orono, 7 May '14, 5 Oct. '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Jackson, 22 Sept. '07; Mt. Washington, summit {fide 
Slosson). 

Mass.— Amherst, 28 May '92; Beach Bluff, 31 Aug. '14 (ff. 
M. P.); Blue Hills, 22 May '15 {H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut Hffl, 
13 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Chester, 27 May '12 (C. W. J.); Forest 
Hills, 10 April '16 {A. M. W.); N. Adams, 18 June '06 (C. W. J.); 
Peru, 29 Aug. '04 (J. B.); Winchendon, 2 July '92 (A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 30 April '05, 17 July '05 (J. B.); Providence, 
30 March (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Hartford, 17 July '05 
{H. W. W.); Litchfield, 9 March '13 (L. B. W.); S. Meridoi, 
6 May '15 {H. L. J.) ; Winnipauk, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Nabls rutusculus Reuter. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 
(C. W. J.); Liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A. C); Orono, 19 April '14 
{H. M. P.); Unity (W. C. W.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 26 June '13 (C. W. J.); Fabyans 
(fV. F. F.); Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Jackson, 22 Sept '07 
(C. W. J.y, Mt. Washington, 3000 ft, 4 July '13 (C. W. J.); N. 
Conway, 18 April '15. 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Gorham (J. H. £.); 
Manchester, 8 June '10 (C. W. J.); Montpelier, 25 June '06 
(C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Beverly, 24 April '92 (A. P. M.); Boston, Chestnut 
Hill, 13 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 1 June '15 {H. M. P.); 
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incetown, 8 Sept. '90 (A. P. M.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. 
P. M.); Woods Hole, 12 Sept. '15 {W. S. A.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Litchfield, 7 May '15 
(L. B. W.); S. Kent, 20 Aug. '94 (A. P. M.). 

Nabis brevifl Scholz. 

Conn. — CromwelL 13 Dec. '10, on nursery stock imported from 
England {A. B. C). 

MetatropiphoruB belfragei Renter. 

Mass.— Manomet, 5 Aug. '12 {W. S. B.); Tyngsboro, 17 July 
'92 (F. B.). 

CIMICIDAE. 

CiMICINAE. 

Cimex lectularius linn^. 

Me. — Orono. 

Mass.— Amherst, 12 March '98; Beach Bluff, 22 June '13 
(H. M. P.); Framingham, 26 June '15 (C. A. F.); Woods Hole, 
July (r. H. M.). 

R. I.— Block Id., 25 July '10; Kmgston, Aug. '08 (J. B.). 

Conn.— North Haven, 16 Oct. '08 (B. H. W.); Hartford, 13 
Aug. '91 {A. P. Jf.). 

Cimez piloselluB Horvfith. 
Mass. — East Wareham, 14 June '15 (0. Bangs). 

OeciacuB Ticarius Horvfith. 
Me.— Franklin, 18 June '16. 
Mass.— East Douglas, 7 Aug. '96. 
Conn.— Mt. Carmel, 29 May '03 (L. L. D.). 



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ANTHOCX)RIDAE. 
Lyctocorinax. 

Zylocorls cursitans (Fall^).^ 

N. BL— North Conway, 18 April '15. 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 23 Feb. '15, 26 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Lynn, 
18 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 24 Nov. '10 (A. B. C). 

Anthocorinae. 

Hacrotracheliella nigra Parshley. 
Ent News, 1917, vol. 28, p. 37. 

Mass.— Chilmark, 14 Aug. '11 (J. A. C). 
R. I.— Tiverton, 13 Aug. '15 (N. S. £.). 

Jknthocoris borealls Dallas (? « A. muaeidua Say). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft Kent, 19 Aug. '10 
(C. W. J.); Holden, 28 June '00 (F. A. £.); Mt Desert (H. T. F.); 
Orono, 30 April '12 (H. M. P.); Paris, 15 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); Mt Lafayette, 
summit, 22 Sept '95 (f . B.). 

Mass.- Peru, 28 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 7 July '10 (J. B,). 

Triphleps insidiosa (Say). 

Me.— Newbury Neck, near Surrey, 22 June '03 (F. A. £.); 
Orono, 30 Sept '82 (H. T. F.); Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Claremont (R. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 
3 Oct '16 (H. M. P.); Intervale, 12 Aug. ((?. M. A.); Mt Wash- 
ington, summit (fide Slosson). 

^ Vt.— St Johnsbury, 23 July '91 (^4. P. M.); Woodstock, 11 
Aug. '98 (A. P. if.). 

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Mass.— Beverly, 22 Aug.; Boston, Chestnut Hfll, 24 Sept '14 
{H. M. P.); Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 8 Oct 
'14 {H. M. P.); Manomet, 13 Aug. '12 {W. S. B.); Nantucket, 
17 Aug. '11 {H. T. P.); WestBeld, 7 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); Woods 
Hole (fide T. H. if.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 17 July '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Branford, 27 June '04 (H. L. V.); Brookfidd, 27 July 
'10 (£. L. D.); Glastonbury, 13 July '13 (X. B, R,); New Haven, 
16 Oct '03 (H. L. V,); Rowayton, 5 Aug. '09 (C. W. J.). 



TERMATOPHYLIDAE. 

Hesperophylum heidemanni Renter and Poppius. 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (fide Renter and Poppius). 



MIRIDAE. 

MlRINAE. 
Tribe MnuNi. 

CoUaria meilleuri Provancher. 

Me.— Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '06 
(C. W. J.); Monmouth, 16 July '14 (C. A. P.); Orono, 10 Aug. '06; 
Township 2, Range 7, Penobscot Co., 2 Aug. '10 (J. A. C); S. 
Harpswell, 27 July '08 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Holdemess, 2 Aug. '99 
(A. P. M.); N. Conway, 30 July '91 (A. P. M.); Squam Lake, 7 
Aug. '07 (C. W, J.). 

Vt.— Mt. Mansfield, 21 July '91 (A. P. M.)\ Newport, 12 July 
'91 U. P. M.). 

Mass.- Brookline, 26 June '77 (S. H.)\ WeUesley, 1 Aug. '94 
U. P. if.); Tyngsboro (P. P.); Woods Hole (fide T. H. M.). 

Conn.— Colebrook, 21 July '05 (H. L. F.); S. Meriden, 16 July 
'15 (H. L. J.). 



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CoUaria oculata (Reuter). 

Me.— Durham (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Holdemess, 5 Aug. '99 U. P. if.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 30 July '97; Dedham, 17 June '92 (A. P. M,); 
Provincetown, 28 July '91 (A. P. if.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 
(A. P. if.); Woods Hole, July (T. H. if.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 8 July '04 (H. L. V.); New Haven, 1 June 
'11 (fi. H. W.). 

Miris dolabratus (Linn^). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Orono, 22 May '14 
(H. M. P.); TraveUer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Durham (C. if. W. & W. F. P.); Glen House, 15 July 
'15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 
base, 7 July '14 (C. W. J.); Alpine Garden, 4 July '14 (C. W. J.); 
summit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Bennington, 18 June '15 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 19 June 
'13 (C. W. J.); St. Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Edgartown, 28 June '12 (C. W. J.); Forest 
HiUs, 17 June '14 (H. M. P.); Nantucket, 4 July '05 (J. A. C); 
N. Adams, 18 June '06 (C. W. J.); Provincetown, 29 June '91 
(A. P. if.); Woods Hole, 2 Jiily '05 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Block Id., 25 July '10; Buttonwoods, 15 June '12 
(C. W. J.); Kingston, 17 June '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookvale, 30 May '02 (JV. E, B.); Farmington, 14 
June '14 (JV. if.); Greenwich, 9 July '07 (J. A. C); S. Meriden, 
6 July '14 (H. L. J.). 

Stenodema trispinosum Reuter. 

Me.— Bowlin Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.); Orono, 22 May '14 (H. M. P.); The Forks, 16 
June (0. 0. S.); Wales, 16 July '15 (C. A. P.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 22 May (C. W. J.); Blue Hills, 15 Sept 
'14 (H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct. '15 (H. if. P.); 
Hyde Park, 21 Oct. '15 (H. M. P.) ; Tisbury, 25 July '11 (J. A. C); 
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R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.); Cumberland, 3 
July '10 (J. B.); Kingston, 17 June '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Darien, 10 June '12 (C. W. J.); New Haven, 10 May 
'11 {A. B. C), 31 Oct. '03 (H. L. V.); Putnam, 12 July '05 (H. L. 
r.); S. Meriden, 18 May '15 {H. L. J.). 

Stenodema vicinum (Provancher). 

Me.— CapenS, 11 July '07 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 17 July '05 
(C. W. J.); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. '08 (J. A. C); Qrono, 11 May 
'12 (H. M. P.); traveUer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Oct. '16 {H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. 
& W. F. F.); Holdemess, 2 Aug. '90 (A. P. if.); Mt. Washington, 
Glen to Halfway House, 8 July '91 {A, P. M.) ; smnmi.t (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Jay Peak, summit, 14 July '91 {A. P. if.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 7 Aug. '91; Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); 
FaU River, 22 July '05 (J. A. C); Forest Hills, 20 May '15 (S. L, 
if.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct. '15 (H. M. P.); Mt. Greylock (C. W. J.); 
Peru, 26 Aug. '04 (J. B.); Springfield, 13 July '05 (C. W. J,). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (H. L. V.); Brookfield, 27 July 
'10 (£. i. D.); Canterbury, 14 Aug. '05 (B. H, W.); New Haven, 
6 July '04 {H. L V.); Winnipauk, 4 Aug. '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mesomiris curtulus Renter. 

Mass.— Chilmark, 14 Aug. '11 (J. A, C); Edgartown, 22 Aug. 
'12 (C. W. J.); Martha'9 Vmeyard, 11 Sept. '15 (W. S. A.). 

Trigonotylus ruflcomls (Fallen). 

Me.— Bowlin Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Capens, 12 July 
'07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J,); Orono (H, T. F.). 

N. H.— Fabyans (W. F. F.); Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.); 
Hanover, 26 June '91; Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., 28 July '15 
(C. W, J.); summit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J,); Middlebury, July 
'12. 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 27 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Cohasset, 21 
Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Edgartown, 29 June '12 (C. W. J,); Fram- 



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ingham, 28 July '14 (C. A. F.); Nantucket, 4 July '04 (J. A. C); 
Woods Hole (fide T. H. M.). 

Conn.— Branford, 21 June '04 (H. L. V.); G)lebrook, 20 July 
'05 (W. E. B.). 

Trlgonotylus brevipes Jakovlev. 
Conn.— East River, 30 July '10 (C. R. £.). 

Trlgonotylus tarsalis (Reuter). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 22 June '14 {H. M. P.); Chebea; Nan- 
tasket, 8 Aug. '06. 

Conn.— Colebrook, 20 July '05 {W. E. B,). 

Trlgonotylus uhleri (Reuter). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M, W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Cohasset, 21 Sept. '14 (H. M. P.); Edgartown, 29 
June '12 (C. W, J,); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 (J. A. C). 

Conn.— Stratford, 29 June '08 (PF. E, B.); Woodmont, 9 
July '04 (P. L. B.). 

Teratocoris dlBColor Uhler. 
Mass.— Beach Bluff, 21 June '15, 8 Sept '15 {H, M. P.). 

Tribe Hobistini. 

PlatytyleUus insitiTUS (Say). 

Me.— Paris, 7 July '15 (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Mt. Washington, 
summit {fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 23 July '12 (C. W. J.). 

Mass. — Amherst; Milton, July '26 {Harris Coll.); Tisbury, 
21 July '11 (J, A, C). 

R. I.— Kingston, 8 Aug. '07 (J. B.); Newport Co., 16 July '12 
{N, S. £.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 20 Aug. '10 (P. H. W.). 

Plat3rtylellu8 confraternus (Uhler). 

Mass.— Amherst, 8 July '11; Milton, 15 Sept '27 {Harris CoU.) ; 
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Conn.— Portland, 14 July '14 (if. P. Z.); S. Meriden, 9 July 
'15 (H. L. J.). 

PlatytyleUus xiigricollis (Reuter). 

Me.— W. Brooksville, 30 Aug. '99 (F. A. £.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 15 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Framingham, 
22 Aug. '14 (C. A. P.). 

PlatytyleUus inslgnis (Say). 

Me.— Mt. Kineo (fide Stover); Orono, 15 July '13; Paris. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. P. P.).; Hanover (C. M. W.); 
Mt Washington, summit (fide Slosson); Webster (W. P. P.). 

Vt.— Newport, 12 July '91 (A. P. M.); Norwich (C. M. W.). 

Mass.- Danvers, 3 Aug. '15 (H. M. P.); West Chop, 4 July '93 
(.4. P. if.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. if.). 

R. I.— Cumberland, 3 July '10 (J. B.); Kmgston (J. B.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 8 July '04 (H. L. V.); Colebrook, 21 July '05 
(H. L. v.). 

Tribe Capsini. 
Division Myrmecoraria. 

Pithanus maerkeli (Herrich-Schaeffer). 

Me.— Eastport, 14 July '09 (C. W. J.); Mistake Id., 9 Aug. '07 
(J. A. C); Roque Bluff, 15 Aug. '07 (J. A. C). 

Division Phytocararia, 

Neurocolpus nubilus (Say). 

Me. — Orono. 

N. H.— Durham (C. if. W. & W. F. P.); Hanover, 3 July 'l6 
(C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Cohasset, 
8 Sept (0. B.); Forest Hills, 17 June '14, 4 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); 
Mt Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); Rockport, 15 July '04 (C. W. J.); 
WiUiamsburg, 7 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 5 Sept '15 
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R. I.— Kingston, 10 Aug. '07 {J. B.); Providence, 30 June 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.); Litchfield, 21 Aug. 
'15 (i. B. W.); New Haven, 6 July '04 {H. L. V.); Portland, 14 
Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 13 July '15 (H. L. J.); Wood- 
bury, 14 July '13 (W. E. B.). 

Phsrtocoris lasiomerus Renter. 

Me.— Orono, 30 July; Monmouth, 16 July '14 (C. A. F.); 
Staceyville, Aug. '02 {H. G. B.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 6 July '08 (C. W. J.); Holdemess, 1 Aug. '99 
{A. P. M.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Peru, 29 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 

Pbytocoris pallidicomls Renter. 

Me.— Orono, 12 Sept. '13 (H. M. P.); Liberty, 6 Sept '13 
(J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluflf, 8 Sept. '15 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 17 
Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Nantucket, 9 Aug. '09 (J. A. C). 

Pbytocoris minutulus Renter. 
Mass.— Forest Hills, 16 Sept '14 (H. M. P.). 

Pbytocoris antennalis Renter. 
Mass.— Ipswich, July '09 (£. P. V. D.) (Jide Van Duaee). 

Pbytocoris azmulicomis (Renter). 

Mass.— Beach BluflF, 27 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Boston, Chest- 
nut HiU, 24 Sept. '14 (ff. M. P.). 

Pbytocoris fenestratus Renter. 
Conn.— Salisbury, 27 Aug. '04 (W. E. P.). 

Pbytocoris inops Uhler. 
Mass.— Blue Hills, 15 Sept. '14 (H. M. PX 



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Phytocoris ezimius Renter. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 17 Ang. '10 (C. W. J.) ; Orono, 30 Jnne; Waldo- 
boro. 

N. H.— Dnrham (C. M. W. & W. F, F.); Hanover (C. M. W.). 

Mass.— Saugus, 7 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); West Chop, 5 Aug. '93 
U. P. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 31 Aug. '07 (J. JB.). 

Conn.— Branford, 15 July '04 {H. W. W.); East River, 3 Aug. 
'10 (C. R. £.); Hartford, 12 Sept. '07 {W. E. B.); Litchfield, 27 
June '14 (i. B. fT.) ; New Haven, 27 June '04 (JV. E. B.) ; Portland, 
14 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.). 

Phytocoris infuscatus Renter. 
Mass.— Fall River, 9 July '05 (J. A. C). 
Conn.— East River, July '10 (C. R. £.). 

Phytocoris puella Renter. 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 9 Aug. (C. W. J.); Saugus, 7 Sept. '14 
{H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 Aug. '07; Sept. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— East River, Aug. '10 (C. R. £.). 

Phytocoris puella confluens Renter. 
Conn.— East River, Aug. '10 (C. R. E.) ; New Haven, 9 July '12. 

Phytocoris tibialis Renter. 

Vt.— Brattleboro, 13 June '08 (C. W, J.). 

Mass.— Beach BluflF, 31 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut 
HiU, 24 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Chester, 15 June '12 (C. W. J.); 
WiUiamsburg, 2 Aug. '11 (C. W. J..). 

R. I.— Kingston, 10 Aug. '07 (J. JB.). 

Conn.— Branford, 20 July '05 (H. W. W,); East River, Aug. 
'10 (C. R, E.y 

Adelphocoris rapidus (Say). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 10 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Orono, 25 Sept. '13 
(H. M. P.); Pownal (0. 0. S.). 



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N. H.— Claremont {R. P. D,) (fide Torre Bueno); Crawfords, 
28 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F, F.); Glen 
House, 7 July '14 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); 
Mt. Washington, summit (fide Slosson), 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Bennington, 22 
June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach BlufiF, 27 June '15 (H. M. P.) ; Boston, 
Chestnut Hill, 24 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Martha's Vineyard, 11 
Sept '15 (W. S. A.); Peru, 26 Aug. '04 (J. B,); Woods Hole, 5 
Sept (W. S. A.). 

R. I.— Cumberland, 5 July '10 (J. B.); Kingston, 15 July '05 
(J. B.). 

Conn.— Chapinville, 27 Aug. '04 (W. E. B.); Farmington, 14 
June '14 (W. M.); New Haven, 24 June '02 (E. J. S. M.); Boway- 
ton, 5 Aug. '08 (C. W. J.); Scotland, 27 July '04 (B. H. W.); 
Stafford, 24 Aug. '05 (W. E. JB.); YalesviUe, 19 Oct '03 (H. L. V.). 

Stenotus binotatus (Fabricius). 

Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 22 June '14 (H. M. P.); Forest 
mis, 17 June '14 (H. M. P.); Newton, 16 June '14 (J. R. T. B.). 

Oarganus fusiformlB (Say). 
Mass.— Amherst, 1 Sept. '99. 
Conn.— Branford, 29 July '05 (W. E. B.). 

Division D%chroo9eytaria, 

Paracalocorls scrupeus (Say) McAtee. 
Ann. Ent Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 370. 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 4 July '07 (C. W. J.). 
Conn.— New Ctoaan, 24 June '15 (M. P. Z,)\ Unionville, 11 
June '14 (W. M.). 

Paracalocoris scrupeus triops McAtee. 
Ann. Ent Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 371. 

Vt.— Benmngton, 21 June '15 (C. W. J.). 
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Paraealocorls scrupous par McAtee. 
Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 373. 

Vt.— Bennington, 24 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Paraealocorls scrupous bldeni McAtee. 
Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 374. 

Vt.— Bennington, 19-24 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 4 July '07 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 17 
June '14 (H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Tiverton, 12 July '16 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Farmmgton, 19 June '14 (W. M.); Wallingford, 14 
June '11 (J. K. L.). 

Paraealocorls scrupeus nubilus McAtee. 
Ann. Ent Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 375. 

Vt.— Bennington, 22 June '15 (C. W. J.) (atypical). 

Paraealocorls limbus McAtee. 
Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 380. 

Mass.- Brookline, 4 July (C. W. J.); Mt. Tom, 14 July '05 
(C. W. J.). 

Paraealocorls colon amiculus McAtee. 
Ann. Ent Soc. Amer., 1916, vol. 9, p. 384. 

Mass. — Boston (vicinity). 

Calocoris norveglcus (Gmelin). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Orono, 25 July '82 
(H. T. F.); Orr's Id., 15 July '09 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beverly (JB. B.); G)hasset, 25 June (0. B.); Eastham, 
27 June '09 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 17 June '14 (H. M. P.); 
Hyannisport, 4 July '04 (J. A. C.) ; Nantucket, 4 July '04 (J. A. C.) ; 
Rockport, 15 July '04 (C. W. J.). 

PoecUoscsrtus unlfasciatus (Fabricius). 
Me.— Capens, 11 July '07 (C. W. J.). 
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Po6cilo8cytU8 basalifl Reuter. 

Me.— Orono, 15 Aug. '05; Westbrook, 13 Oct 

N. H.— Hanover, 5 July '92 (A. P. if.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, 12 July. • 

Mass.— Beach BluflF, 24 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.); Edgartown, 
22 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); FaU River, 14 June '06 (N. S. E.); Forest 
Hffls, 7 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Nantucket, 4 July '05 (J. A. C); 
Provincetown, 27 June '91 {A. P. M.); Squantum, 3 Oct '14 
(H. M, P.); Woods Hole, July (f. H. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Bantam, 19 June '14 (W. E. B.); East River, Sept '10 
(C. R. E.); New Haven, 17 June '02. 

Poecilo8C3rtU8 venaticus Uhler. 

Me.— Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Monmouth, 15 July '14 
(C. A. P.); Staceyville, 15 Aug. '02 (H, G. JB.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J,); Hanover, 8 July 
'08 (C. W. J,). 

Vt.— Newport, 13 July '91 {A. P. if.); Norwich, 8 July '08 
(C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 31 July '00; Aubumdale, 28 June (C. W. J.); 
Framingham, 27 June '14 (C. A. P.); Newton, 16 June '14 (J. R. 
T. B,); Swampscott, 1 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. Z>.); Colebrook, 20 July 
'05 {W, E. B.); Darien, 10 June '12 (C. W. J.); Greens Farms, 

24 June (fV. E. B.); Greenwich, 9 July '07 (J. A. C); Hartford, 

25 June '15 (JV. if.); West Haven, 27 June '05 {H. L. V.). 

Dichroo8C3rtU8 suspectus Reuter. 
Me.— Mt. Katahdin, 3000 ft., Aug. '02 {H. G. B.). 
Mass. — Lowell (fide Reuter). 
R. I.— Kingston, Sept '07 (J. B,). 
Conn.— Stonington, 15 July '14 (/. W. D.). 

Horcias dislocatus (Say). 
N. H.— Durham (C. if. W. & W. P. P.). 
Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (H. L. V.)\ Darien, 10 June '12 



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(C. W. J.); New Haven, 1 June '11 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 1 
June '15 (H. L J.); Wallingford, '11 (Z). J. C); Winnipauk, 16 
June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Horcias dislocatus coccineus (Emmons) (^H. d. scidellatus 
Van Duzee). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M, W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 17 June '14 {H. M. P.). 

Conn — Branford, 5 July '05 {H. W. W.)\ S. Meriden, June 
'15 (fl. L. J.). 

Horcias dislocatus goniphorus (Say). 

Me.— Liberty, 17 July '12 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 15 July '14 
(C.A.F.); Orono, 15Aug. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Hanover, 3 July '15 
(C W, J,); Mt. Washington, summit {fide Slosaon). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Bennington, 19 
June '15 (C. W. J,); Burlington, 23 June '06 (C. W. J.); St. 
Albans, 29 June '13 (C. W, J.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Boston, 2 July '03 (H. M. P.); N. Adams, 
20 June '06 (C. W, J.). 

Conn.— Branford, 29 June '05 (H. W. W.)\ Litchfield, 28 June 
'03 (L. B. FT.); New Haven, 1 June '11 (B. H, W,); S. Meriden, 
10 June '14 {H. L, J,); Winnipauk, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Horcias dislocatus limbatellus (Walker). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.), 

Vt.— Bennington, 19 June '15 (C. W. J,); St. Albans, 29 June 
'13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass. — Amherst, 16 Jime '05. 

Conn.— Branford, 5 July '05 (H. W. W.); New Haven, 1 
June '11 (B. //. W.); S. Meriden, June '15 (H. L. J.); Winnipauk, 
12 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

tforcias dislocatus marginalis (Renter). 
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Vt.— Burlingtwi, 22 June '06 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June 
'13 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Branford, 1 June '06 (JS. W. W^); S. Meriden, June '15 
{fl. L. J.). 

Horclas dislocatus nlgrita Renter. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Paris, 10 July '14 
(C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. Jf. W. & W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Burlington, 22 June '06 (C. W. J.); Jay, 17 July "91 
(A. P. M.y, Montpelier, 25 June '06 (C. W. J.); Norwich, 8 July 
'08 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 29 June '13 (C. W. J.); St Johnsbury, 
28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 25 June '05 (C. W. J.) ; Boston, 2 July "OS 
{H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Branford, 27 June '04 (H. L. V.); Darien, 10 June '12 
(C. W. J.); New Haven, 6 June '04 (H. L. V.); S. Meriden, 13 
July '15 (H. L. J.) ; Winnipauk, 12 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Horclas dislocatus palUpes Van Duzee. 

Me.— Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Burlington, 22 June '06 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June 
'13 (C. W. J.). 

Conn. — S. Meriden, June '15 {H. L. J.). 

Po«eiIocapsus lineatus (Fabricius). 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eas^wrt, 16 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Oiono; Travdler 
Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Glen House, 15 July '14 (C. W. J.); Mt Washington, 
summit (fide Sloston). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Burlington, 22 
June '06 (C. W. J.); Newport, 13 July '91 {A. P. M.); Stratton, 
8 July '13 (P. W. W.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 15 July '01 ; Eastham, 27 June '04 (C. W.J.) ; 
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(C. W. J.); Rockport, 15 July 'W (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, 25 
July '05 (J. A. C). 

R. L— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. »F. J.); Providence, 6 
July (C. ^. P.). 

Conn. — Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J,); Greenwich, 9 July 
'07 (J. A. C); Hartford, 26 June '14 (W. M.); New Haven, 12 
June '96 (W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 6 July '14 (H. L. J.); Stonington, 
5 July '06 (J. A. H.). 

Division Capsaria. 

Capsus ater (Linn^. 

Me. — Orono, 19 June '05. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 24 June '13 (C. W. J.); Claremont 
{R. P. D.) (fide Torre Bueno); Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); 
Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J.); Hampton; Mt Washington, 
summit (fide Shason). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 23 June '06 (C. W. J.); Newport, 12 July 
'91 (A. P. if.); St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 21 June '14 (H. M. P.); Cheshire, 20 
June '06 (C. W. J.); Cohasset, 6 June (0. B.); Forest Hills, 1 
June '15 (H. M. P.); Peru, June '04 (J. P.); West Springfield, 
4 June '15 {H. E. S.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. M.); Woods 
Hole, 1 July '05 (J. A. C). 

R. I.— Kingston, 17 June '05, 4 Aug. '05 (J. P.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Middlebury, 16 
June '10 (P. H. W.); Mt. Carmel, 22 June '08 (W. E. P.); New 
Haven, 20 May '04 (P. H. W.) ; Southington, 5 July '05 (P. H, W.) ; 
Windsor, 27 June '05 (P. H. W.). 

Capfus ater tyrannus (Fabricius). 

Me.— Capens, 18 July (C. W. J.); Paris, 8 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Burlington, 23 June '06 (C. W. J.); St Albans, 21 June 
'13 (C. W. J.); St. Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 10 June '03; Beach Bluff, 21 June '14 (H. 
M. P.); Boston, 14 June '03 (H. M. P.); Woods Hole, 1 July 
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Capsus ater semiflaTiiB (Lmn^. 

Me — Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Holden, 18 June '04 
(F. A. £.); Monmouth, 20 June '09 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Jackson, 3 July '91 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 11 June '92; Beach Bluflf, 21 June '15 {H. 
M. P.); Forest Hills, 17 June '14 {H. M. P.); Framingham, 24 
Sept '05 (C. A. P.); Sherborn, 10 June '94 (A. P. if.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 22 June '04 (B. H. W.); Westville, 2 
Jxme'OSiB.H.W.). 

Coccobaphes sanguinareus Uhler. 

Me.— Manchester, 3 Aug. (0. 0. S.); Monmouth, 27 June '06 
(C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 25 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 2000 ft, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mont- 
peUer, 25 June '06 (C. W. J.); Stratton, 1 July '13 (P. W. W.), 

Mass.— Amherst, 4 Aug. '04; Mt. Greylock, 8 Aug. '07 (C. W, 
J.); Mt Tom, July '14 (C. W. J.); Natick, 20 June '14 (C. A, P.); 
Sharon, 28 June '16 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Hartford, 26 June (W. M.); Litchfield, 20 June '08 
(i. B. W.); New Haven, 12 June '02 (W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 27 
June '14 (H. L, J.). 

Lygidea rubecula (Uhler). 

Me.— Capens, 18 July '07 (C. W. J.); Machias, 19 July 
(C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Fabyans (IF. P. P.) ; Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W, J.) ; 
Hanover, 3 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Lygidea mendaz Renter. 

Me. — Orono, 30 June. 

Conn.— New Haven, 15 June '14, 1 July '14 (Jtf. P. Z.); Walling- 
ford, 5 July '11 (Z>. J. C). 

I>7flru8 pratensis punctatus (Zetterstedt). 
Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft Kent, 19 Aug. '10 



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(C. W. J.); Ironbound Id., 10 Aug. '08 (J. A. C); Orono, 7 May 
'14 (H. M. P.); TraveUer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Jackson, 22 Sept. 
'07 (0. B.); Lebanon, 4 Sept '15 (H. E. S.); Mt Washington, 
3000 ft, 4 July '13 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J,); Brattleboro, 15 
June '08 (C. W. J,); St Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest HUb, 7 May '15 
(S. i. Jf.); Hyde Park, 21 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Mt Greylock, 
15 June '06 (C. W. J.); Tisbury, 25 July '11 (J. A. C); Tucker- 
nuck Id., 5 Aug. '13 (J. A. C); Nantucket, 19 Aug. '09 {J. A. C); 
W. Springfield, 21 Oct '15 {H. E. S.). 

R. I.— Block Id., 28 Aug. '91 {A. P. M.); Buttonwoods, 25 
July'll(C. PT. J.). 

Conn.— Colebrook, 21 July '05 {H. L. V.)\ Greenwich, 9 July 
'07 (C. W, J.); Litchfield, 9 March '13 (L. B. W.); Mt Carmel, 
27 April '15 (Q. S. i.); YalesviUe, 19 Oct '03 (ff. L. V,). 

LygUB pratensis rubiduB Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no, 391. 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J,); Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Orono, 5 June '13 
(H. M. P.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 27 June '13 (C. W. J.); Fabyans 
(TT. P. P.); Glen House, 3 July '14 (C. PF. J.); Mt Washmgton, 
3000 ft, 4 July '13 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Stratton, 8 July '13 (P. W, W.). 

Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W, J.); Mt. Greylock, 15 June 
'06 (C. W. J.). 

Lygiu vanduzeei Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Me.— Belfast, 21 July '12 (J. A. C); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Liberty, 17 July 
'12 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 23 June '07 (C. A. P.); Northeast 



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Harbor, 27 Sept '07 (C. S. M.); Orono, 7 Sept '06; Township 2, 
Range 7, Penobscot Co., 2 Aug. '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 26 June '13 (C. W. J.); Crawfords, 
28 Oct '16 (H. M. P.); Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. J.); 
Hanover, 3 July '15 (C. W. J.); Jackson, 22 Sept '07 (0. B.); 
Mt Washington, 3000 ft, 4 July '13 (C. W. J.); Wonalancet, 13 
Sept '12 (J. A. C). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Burlington, 22 June 
'06; Dummerston, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.); Manchesto-, 8 June '10 
(C. W. J.); MontpeUer, 25 June '06 (C. W. J,). 

Mass.— Amherst, 23 June '04; Boston, Chestnut ffill, 13 Oct 
'15 {H. M. P.); Chester, 3 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); E. Gloucest^, 
30 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 24 Sept '15 {H. M. P.); Mt 
Greylock, 15 June '06 (C. W. J.); Mt Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); 
N. Adams, 18 June '06 (C. W. J.); Southbridge, 8 July '13 (C. W. 
J.); Springfield, 13 July '05 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 {E. L. D.); S. Meriden, 7 July 
'15 (H. L. J.). 

Lygua vanduzeei rubroclanu Knight. 
BuU. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Me.— Capens, 11 July '07 (C. W. J.); Machias, 26 July '06 
(C. W. J.); Orono, 5 June '13 (H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 30 June (£. P. V. D.); Fabyans 
{W. F. P.); Glen House, 3 July '14 (C. W. J.); Mt Washington, 
3000 ft, 8 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Mt Mansfield, 29 June (G. P. E.); Stratton, 8 July '13 
(P. W. W.). 

Mass.- Mt Greylock, 15 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Lygua plagiatus Uhler. 

Me.— (fde Uhler). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 30 Sept. '15 {H. M. P.); Pigeon Cove, 30 
July '16 (C. E. 0.); Swampscott, 19 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.). 

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Lygua rubieundus (FaU&i). 
Me.— Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.). 
Mass.— (/We Uhler). 

Lygua camp«8trls (linn^. 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 
(C. W. J.); Orono, 2 May '13 (H. M. P.); Orr's Id., 25 July '09 
(C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 3 July '13 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 
summit (fide Slotton). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 23 July '12 (C. W. J.); Brattleboro, 15 
June '08 (C. W. J.); Newport, 12 July '91 (A. P. M.); St Albans, 
21 June '13 (C. W. J.); St. Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Mt, Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); Plymouth, 28 July 
'05 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (H. H. W.); Colebrook, 21 July 
'05 {H. L. v.); West Haven, 3 April '05 (JV. E. B.); WestviUe, 
2 June '08 (fi. H. W.); Winnipauk, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Lygus pabulinus slgnlfer Renter. 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Mt Katahdm 
(ff. G. B.); Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.); Orono, .17 Aug. '05; 
TraveUer Mt., 27 July '12 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); Glen House, 20 
July '15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 6 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt Wash- 
mgton, 3000 ft, 28 July '15 (C. W. J.); summit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.); Killington Peak, 11 Aug. '93 (A. P. M.); 
Mt Mansfield, 4000 ft, 21 July '91 (A. P. M.); Norwich, 8 July 
'08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 25 June '15 (H. M. P.) ; Boston. Chestnut 
HiU, 24 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Mano- 
met, 27 July (W. S. B.); Mt Greylock, 16 June '06 (C. W. J.); 
Woods Hole (C. T. B.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 17 
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C<»CH.— Cheshire, 8 July XM (H. L. F.); Dvkn, 10 June '12 
(C. IF. 7.); Middletowii, 17 June W (C. IF. J.); New Haven, 
10 June '10 (A F. IF.); Staffoid, 28 Aug. "05 (IF. £. A). 

hjgtu mpprosimmtiis (StU). 

Me.— Mt. Katahdm, 3000 ft^ Aug. '02 (A. 6. B.). 

N. H.— Mt. Waahiiigtoii, 2500 ft, 24 Sept. '07 (0. B.);Ran- 
doiph, 18 Sept. (IF. T. D.). 

Lfgum olifseeiu Kni^t. 
BuIL Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mass.— MuMHnet, 8 Aug. '12 (IF. S. B.); Hsbuiy, 6 Aug. '11 
(7. A. C). 
Conn.— East River, 7 Sept. '10 (C. R. £.). 

LnuM olifmcaua Tiridiaseiiliu Knigjht. 
BuH Corndl Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mabs.— Tisbuiy, 5 Aug. '11 {J. A. C). 

Lygiu spicaUs Pieber. 
Me.— Liberty, 6 Sept. '13 (J. A. C). 

laTfua fagi Knight. 
BuU. ComeD Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

N. H.— Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. IF. 7.). 

Vt.— DunmiCTston, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.); Nwwich, 8 July \» 
(C. IF. J.). 

Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Mt Greylock, 8 Aug. 
'12 (C. IF. J.). 

Lygua inTitua (Say) Knight 
Can. Ent, 1917, vol. 48, p. 346. 

Vt.— Buriington, 22 June '06 (C. IF. J.) ; Norwich, 8 July (C. W. 
J.); St Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. IF. J.). 

Mass. — North Adams, 20 June (C. IF. J.); Swampscott, 9 
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Conn.— Danbury, 5 June '09 (C. W. J.); S. Meriden, June '15 
{H. L, J.); Winnipauk, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 

LfgUB atrityluB Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Vt.— Stowe, 29 June (C. P. JB.). 
N. H.— Franconia {A. T. S.). 

LygUB confusus Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Me.— Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 16 July. 

LygUB alni Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

N. H.— Franconia (^4. T. S.). 

LygUB geneBeenais Knight. 

Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mass.— Pigeon Cove, 28 July '16 (C. E. 0.). 

Lygiu Yibumi Knight. 
BuU. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Vt,— Bennington, 22 June '15 (C. W. J.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 11 June '14 (P. H. W.). 

Lygiu panhlesri Knight. 
BuU. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Me.— Eastport, 14 July '09 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 26 June '13 (C. W. J.); Glen House, 
^ July '15 (C. W. J.). 

XygUB tiliae Knight. 

Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 



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Mass.— Springfield, 13 July '05 (C. W. J.). 
Conn.— Middletown, 17 June '09 (C. W. J.); Poquonock, 27 
June '05 {H. L. V.). 

LjgUB earyae Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Vt.— Bennington, 22 June '15 (C. W. J,). 
Mass.— Amherst; Forest Hills, 17 June '14 {H. M. P.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 24 June '05 (B. H. W.); Portland, 5 June 
'14 {B. H. W.); YalesviUe, 27 June '07 (B. H. W.). 

Lygus earyae subfuseus Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 11 June '14 {H. M. P.). 
Conn.— Portland, 5 June '14 {B. H. W.). 

LygUB ▼itticollia Renter. 

Me.— Orono, 12 July '05. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 28 June '13 (C. W. J.); Mt Washing- 
ton, 2500 ft, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 25 June '05 (C. W. J.); Blue Hills, 6 June 
(C. W. J.); Framingham, 11 June '11 (C. A. F.); Groton, 8 July 
'05 (C. W. J.); Pocasset, 6 Aug. '12 (J. A. C); Rutland, 31 July 
'16 (C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); East River, Aug. '10 
(C. R. E.)\ Litchfield, 20 June '08 (L. B. FT.); New Haven, 9 June 
'05 (B. H. W.\ 

LygUB neglectus Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mass.— Manomet, 26 July; Tisbury, 25 July '11 (J. A, C). 

LygUB communiB Knight. 
Can. Ent, 1916, vol. 48,-p. 346. 

Me.— Capens, 12 July (C. W. J.); Eastport, 15 July '03 (C. 



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W. J.); Ft Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Orono; Paris, 10 July 
'14 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 20 June (£. P. V. D.); Glen House, 
24 July '15 (C, W. J.); Mt. Washington, 3000 ft, 4 July '13 
(C W. J,); summit (Jide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Bennington, 22 
Jime '15 (C. W. J.); Burlington, 22 June '06 (C. W. J.); Norwich, 
8 July '08 (C. W. J.); St Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach BluflF, 21 June '14 (H. M. P.); Cheshire, 20 June 
'06 (C. W. J.); N. Adams, 20 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Middletown, 17 June '09 (C. W. J.); S. Meriden, June 
'15 {H. L. J.). 

Lygus quercialbae Knight. 
Bull. Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 11 June '14 (H. M. P.); Springfield, 13 
July. 

LygUB omniyagUB Knight. 

Me.— Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. P.); Glen House, 24 July 
'15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 3 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Burlington, 22 
June '06 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 9 Aug. (C. W. J.); Beach BluflF, 4 July '15 
(H. M. P.); Chilmark, 14 Aug. '14 (J. A. C); Gloucester, 20 July 
(W. L. M.); Mt Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); Pigeon Cove, 29 
July (C. E. 0.); Woods Hole, July {T. H, M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.); Kingston, 31 Aug. 
'07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (H. L. V.); Danbury, 15 June '09 
(C. W. J.); Darien, 10 June '12 (C. W. J.); Double Beach, 5 June 
(H. L. v.); Litchfield, 8 Aug. '12 (L. B. W.); Middletown, 17 
June '09 (C. W. J.); New Haven, 8 June '04 (B. H. W.). 

LjguM Johnsoni Knight. 
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Vt .— St Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 
Ck)NN.— Middletown, 17 June *09 (C. W. J.). 

Lygtts beUragei Renter. 

Me.— Calafa, 17 July '07 (C. W. J.); Capens, 17 July '07 
(C. W. J.y, Machias, 22 July '09 (C. IF. J.); Princeton, 12 July 
'09 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 20 July '15 (C. W. J.); Hanover (C. If. 
W.); Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., 4 July '13 (C. »F. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Dununeiston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.y, Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.y, St Johnsbuiy, 
28 June '06 (C. W. J.y 

Mass.- Chester, 8 July '12 (C. W. J.y, E. Gloucester, 30 Aug. 
'12 (C. W. J.y, Forest Hills, 17 June '14 (H. M. P.); Manomet, 
4 July '05 (C. TF. J.y, Mt Greylock, 8 Aug. '07 (C. »F. J.); Swamp- 
scott, 9 July '14 {H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 27 Aug. '07 {J. B.). 

Lygus davigenitalis Knight. 
Bull. G>mell Agr. Exp. Sta., 1917, no. 391. 

Me.— Portland, 9 July (E. P. V. Z).). 

Lygus hlrticuliu Van Duzee (= L. lendhu Van Duzee). 

Me.— Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.y, Orono, 25 July '05; Paris, 
4 July '16 {C. A. F.y 

N. H.— Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.y, Hanover, 8 July 
'08 (C. W. J.y Mt Washington, 3000 ft, 28 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.y, Norwich, 8 July '08 
(C. W. J.y 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 5 July '14 {H. M. P.); Mt Greylock, 8 
Aug. '07 (C. W. J.y, Mt Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.y, N. Adams, 
18 June '06 (C. W. J.); Peru, 26 Aug. '04 (J. B.); Sherbom, 26 
July '15 {C. A. F.y 

Lygtts OBtryas Knight. 
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Vt.— Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); St. Albans, 21 June '13 
(C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Brookline, 4 July (C. W. /.); N. Adams, 20 June '06 
(C. W. J.). 

Tropidosteptes cardinalis Uhler. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.). 

Vt.— Bennington, 19 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 16 June '05; Andover (F, G. S.) (fide Uhler); 
Groton, 8 July '05 (C. W. J.) ; N. Adams, 18 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Darien, 10 June '12 (C. W. J.); Hamden, 28 May '11 
(B. H. W.); Meriden, 3 June '10 (JV. E. B.); New Haven, 3 June 
'08 (B. H. W.); Rowayton, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 

Neoborus amoenus (Renter). 
Me.— Orono, 10 Sept. '85 {H. T. F.). 
Vt.— St. Albans, 19 June '13 (C. W. J.). 
Mass.— N. Adams, 20 June '08 (C. W. J.). 
Conn-— New Haven, 28 Sept. '05 {B. H. W.). 

Neoborus amoenus palmeri (Renter). 
Conn.— Washington, 24 June '14 (G. H. V.). 

Neoborus amoenus scutellaris (Renter). 
N. H.— Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.). 
Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 
Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Waltham. 
R. I.— Kingston, 8 Aug. '07 (J. B.). 

Neoborus geminus (Say). 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock. 

Neoborus tricolor (Van Duzee). 

Mass.— Cohasset, 6 June (0. B.); N. Adams, 18 June '06 
(C. W. J.). 

Neoborus pettiti (Renter). 
Conn.— New. Haven, 28 Aprfl '05 (5. H. W.). 



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Medbonu amadeniii (Van Doxee). 
Mass.— Fwest ffiDs, 11 June 1914 (B. M. P.). 

Dhriflion Deraeoeoraria. 

Cimatlan catulum (Uhl^). 
Conn.— WaDingford, 20 July '10 {D. J. C). 

Cimatlan grosium (Uhler). 
Mass. — Tyngsboro (fide Knight). 

Camptobrochis nebuloaiu Uhler. 

Me.— Ashland Jet, 16 Aug. '10 (C. W. J,); Ft Kwit, 19 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.). 

N. a— DuAam (C. Jf. W. A W. F. F.); Mt Washmgton, 
summit (fide Slosson). 

Mass.— Boston, Chestnut Hfll, 13 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Fwest 
Hills, 15 Jan. '15 (S. if. Z>.); Lynn, 18 Aug. '15 (H. M. P.); Md- 
rose, Nov. '15 (F. A. S.); WeDesley, 14 May '16 (H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 18 March '11 (A. B. C); S. Mmden, 21 
Feb. '15 (H. L. J.); WestviUe, 2 Dec. '05 (W. E. B.). 

Camptobrochis validus cunealis Renter. 

Mass.— Chester, 7 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 6 April 
'15 (S. i. Jf.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 15 July (A. B. C); Orange, 21 June '11 
(A. B. C). 

Camptobrochis grandis Uhler. 
Me.— Machias, 26 July '06 (C. W. J.); Orono, 1 July '05 

(E. M, P.). 

N. H. — Mt Washington, smnmit (fide Sloseon). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (ff. M. P.); Chesto-, 8 Aug. 
'12 (C. W. J.); Danvers, 3 July '14; Natick, 20 June '14 (C. A. F.). 



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R. I.— Providence, IJuly '09 (J. B.). 

Conn — Net^r Haven, 15 Aug. '05 {W. E. B.); S. Meriden, 4 
July '14 (H. L. J.); Wallingford, 19 June '12 {D. J. C). 

Camptobrochls grandis nitens Renter. 

Me,— Mt Katahdin, 3000 ft, Aug, '02 (ff. 0. B.); Orono, 11 
July, 15 Aug. '05. 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (ff. M. P.); Blue Hills, 15 
Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 17 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); Saugus, 
7 Sept '14 (ff. M. P.); Woods Hole, 5 Sept '15 (JV. S. A.). 

Conn.— East River, 3 Aug. '10 (C. R. £.); New Haven, 14 
Aug. '12 (L. B. R.); S. Meriden, 6 July '14 (ff. L. J.); WaUing- 
ford, 19 June '12 (D. J. C). 

DeraeocoriB ruber ^ (Linn^). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 12 July '14, 16 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.); 
Marblehead, 24 July '14 (H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Hartford, 26 June '14 (?F. M.); New Haven, 21 June 
'14 (B. H. WX 21 July '14 (Jf. P. Z.). 



Brtocorinae. 

Tribe Bbtocobini. 

Sixeonotus Inrignig Renter. 
Mass.— Needham, 3 Sept '11 (C. W. J.), 
Conn.— Colebrook, 21 July '05 (H. L, V.). 

MonalocoriB fllicis (Linn^). 

Me.— Ft Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Machias, 22 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Naples, 1 July '13 (C. W. J.); Orono, 31 May '14 
(H. M, P.); TraveUer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Cornish, 3 July '08; Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.) ; 
Mt Washington, 4000 ft, 28 July '15 (C. W. J.); summit (fide 
Slosson). 

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94 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Vt.— Aacutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.); Jay Peak, 4018 ft, 14 July '91 (A. P. M.); 
MontpeKer, 25 June '06 (C. W. J.); Mt. Mansfield, 4000 ft, 21 
July '91 U. P. M.); St Johnsbury, 28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Blue Hills, 22 May '15 (ff. 3f. P.); Boston, Chestnut 
Hffl, 13 Oct '15 {H. M. P.); Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Forest 
HOls, 20 May '15 (H. M. P.); Mt Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. i. D.); Lyme, 20 Aug. '10 
(B. H. W.); Putnam, 12 July '15 {H. L. V.). 

Cylapinae. 

Tribe Ctlapini. 

CylapuB tenuicomis Say. 
R. L— Kmgston, 19 Aug. '07 {J. B.), 
Conn.— Wmnipauk, 21 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Tribe FuLvnNi. 

FulYiuB brunneuB (Provancher). 

Me.— Orono {H. T. F,), 

N. H.— Mt. Vemon, 6 Sept '97 (P. B.). 

Mass.— Fall River, 6 Aug. '10 {N, S. E,); Milton, 20 June '31 
{Harrb ColL); Sherbom, 6 Sept '14 (C. A. P.); Tyngsboro (P. B.); 
Wellesley, 15 Aug. '01 {A. P. if.). 

R. L— Kingston, 18 Aug. '07 {J. B,). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. i. D.); New Haven, 28 
Aug. '10 (B. H. W.). 

DiCYPHINAE. 

Tribe Hallodapini. 

OrectoderuB obliquus Uhler. 

Me.— Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Auburndale, 15 June '05 (C. W. J.); Berlin, 13 June '15 
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B.); Provincetown, 24 June '04 (C. W. J.); Wachusett, 22 June 
78; Woods Hole, 2 July '05 {J. A. C). 

R. I .— Kingston, 23 June '06 (J. B.). 

Comi.— {fide Uhler). 

Coquillettia mimetica Osbom. 

Mass.— Dover, 7 July '94 {A. P. M.); Edgartown, 28 June '10 
(C. W. J.); Frammgham, 20 July '12 (C. A. F.); Woods Hole, 
July (r. H. M,). 

Tribe Dictphini. 

HyaliodBB Yitripennis (Say). 

Me.— Ashland Jet., 16 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 17 Aug. 
'10 (C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Crawfords (W. F. F,); Hanover (C. M. W.). 

Vt,— Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); Fall River, 22 July '05 
{N. S. E.); Forest HiDs, 14 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Williamsburg, 
7 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); Woods Hole, July (f. H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 10 Aug. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. D.); Mt. Cannel, 24 
July '04 {W. E. B.); New Canaan, 14 Sept. '05 (W. E. B.); Pme 
Orchard, 26 July '04 (PF. E, B.); Portland, 10 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); 
Rowayton, 5 Aug. (C. W. J.). 

DicyphuB agilis (Uhler). 

Me.— Capens, 12 July '07 (C. W. J.); EaStport, 15 July '09 
(C. PT. J.); Ft Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. FT. J.); Pownal (0. 0. S.); 
TraveUer Mt, 29 July '10 (J. ^. C). 

N. H.— Fabyans (IF. F. F.); Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. PF. J.); 
Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt Washington, 4000 ft, 28 July 
'15 (C. W. J,); summit {fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 23 July '12 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W, J.) ; Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.) ; St Johnsbury, 
28 June '06 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Brookline, 4 July {C. W. J.); Chester, 8 Aug. '12 
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Conn.— Colebrook, 21 July '05 (H. L. V.); Hamden, 25 June 
'11 {B. H, W,)\ New Haven, 15 June '04 {W. E. B.); Poquonock, 
27 June '05 {H. L. V.). 

Dicyphus famelicus (Uhler). 

Me.— Liberty, 13 Sept. '13 (J. A. C). 

N. a— Hanover, 6 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 8 
July '14 (C. W. J.); summit (fide Shsson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.); MontpeUer, 25 June '06 (C. W. J.); St 
Albans, 19 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 1 Aug. '00; Blue HiUs, 15 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); 
Boston, Chestnut Hill, 13 Oct '15 (H. M. P.); Chester, 26 May '12 
(C. W. J.); Forest HiUs, 19 Sept '14 (H. M. P.); Lynn, 18 Aug. 
'15 (H. M. P.); Saugus, 7 Sept '14 {H. M. P.). 

Macrolophus separatus (Uhler). 

Mass.- Brookline, 25 Sept M3 (C. W. J.); Lynn, 2 Sept '14 
(H. M. P.); Saugus, Aug. '06. 



Orthottlinae. 

Tribe Orthottlini. 
Division Labaparia, 

Labops hesperius Uhler. 

Me.— Monmouth, 16 June (C. A. P.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. A. 
P.); Skowhegan, 19 June '00 (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 24 June '13 (C. W. J.); Concord, 4 
June '15 (H. E. S.); Durham (C. M. W. A W. P. P.); Hanover 
(C. if. W.); Jackson, 3 July '91 (A. P. M.); Mt Washington, 
below Halfway House, 8 July '91 {A. P. M.); summit (fide 
Slosson). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Mt Mansfield, 
21 July '91 (A. P. if.); Stratton, 10 July '13 (P. W. IF.). 

Mass.— Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. M.). 



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Divifidon HaUicaria, 

Halticus apterus (Linn^). 
Me,— Patten, 2 Sept. '03 (0. 0. S.). 

HalticuB intermedlus Uhler. 

Me. — Orono (H. T. F.); Township 4, Range 7, Penobscot Co., 
1 Aug. '10 (J. A. C). 

Mass.— Boston, Chestnut Hill, 24 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 July '05 (ff. L. V.)\ S. Meriden, 13 July 
'15 {H, L. J.). 

Halticus dtri Ashmead. 

Me.— Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 29 Sept. '96; Beverly, 4 Oct. '71 (£. B.). 

Conn.— Kent, 31 Aug. '04 (FT. E. B.)\ New Haven, 16 Oct. 
'03 {H. L. r.); Southport, 9 Sept. '04 {W. E. B.). 

StrongylocoriB stygicus (Say). 

Me.— Bowlin Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Eastport, 15 July 
'09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 17 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Machias, 22 
July '09 (C. W. J.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Fitzwilliam, July '07 (J. H. E.); Glen House, 20 July 
'15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 3 July '15 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 
4000 ft, 28 July '15 (C. W. J.); summit, 4 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.); Bennington, 22 
June '15 (C. W. J.); Dunmierston, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.); Man- 
Chester, 8 June '10 (C. W. J.); Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); St 
Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 31 July '00; Beach Bluff, 14 July '14 (ff. M. 
P.); FaU River, 17 June '05 (J. A. C); Peru, 29 Aug. '04 (J. B.); 
Springfield, 13 July '05 (C. W. J.); WiUiamsburg, 7 Aug. '11 
(C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 5 July '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); Darien, 10 June '12 
(C. W. J.); Greenwich, 9 July '09 (J, A. C); New Haven, 26 
June '05 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 13 July '15 {H. L. J.); Winni- 
pauk, 16 June '09 (C. W. J.). 



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Division PUophoraria, 

HeterocordyluB malinus Reuter. 

N. H — Durham (C. M. W. & W. F. F.); Mt Washington, 4 
July '14 (C. A. F.). 

PilophoruB amoenuB Uhler. 

Me.— Paris, 15 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit (fide Slosson). 

Mass.— Cambridge; Marblehead, 24 July '14 (H. M, ?.); 
Saugus, 7 Sept. '14 {H. M. P.). 

Sericophanes noctuans ICnight. 
Ent. News, 1917, vol. 28, p. 4. 

Mass.- Woods Hole, July (T. H. MX 
Conn.— New Haven, 30 May '11 (B. H. W.). 

Division Ceraiocapscaria. 

CeratocapsuB modestus (Uhler). 
Vt.— Woodstock, 22 July '09 (A. P. M.). 
Mass.— Amherst, 23 July '97; Beach Bluff, 13 Aug. '14 {H. M, 

P.). 

Conn.— East River, ^ Aug. '10 (C. R. E.)\ New Haven, 8 July 
'09 (B. H. PF.); S. Meriden, 6 July '14 (ff. i. J.); Stonington, 
7 July '14 (/. W. jD.). 

GeratocapsuB pumiluB (Uhler). 

Me.— Orono, July, 10 Aug. '13. 

Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.); E. Gloucester, 30 Aug. 
'12 (C. W, J.); Mt. Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.); Natick; Saugus, 
22 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Sherbom, 30 July '16 (C. A, f .). 

CeratocapBUB faaciatUB (Uhler). 
Mass.- Pigeon Cove, 28 July '16 (C. E. 0.). 
Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (E. L, D,). 



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Division Lopidearia. 

Lopidea caesar (Reuter). 

Mass.— FaU River, 7 Aug. '08 {N. S. £.); Rutland, 31 July '16 
(C. W. J.). 

Conn.— Portland, 14 July '14 (M. P. Z.); 10 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.). 

Lopidea instabilis (Reuter). 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W. & W, F. f .); Holdemess, 1 Aug. '99 
(A, P. M.); Webster (IT. F, P.). 

Vt.— Brattleboro, 15 June '08 (C. W, J.). 

Mass.— Aubumdale, 6 Aug. '05 (C. W.J.); Fall River, 22 July 
'05 (J. ^. C); Springfield, 13 July '05 (C. TF. J.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 10 Aug. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Meriden, 15 July '09 (A. L B,); New Haven, 6 July 
'04 (H. L. r.), 14 Aug. '06 (W, E. B.). 

Lopidea instabilis marginalia (Reuter). 
N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 (ff. M. P.). 
Mass.— Aubumdale, 6 Aug. '05 (C. W, J.). 

Lopidea media (Say). 

Me.— Ashland Jet, 16 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Belfast, 21 July '12 
(J. A,C.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W, J.); Mistake Id., 9 Aug. 
'07 (J. A. C); Paris, 10 July '14 (C. ^. P.); Princeton, 12 July '09 
(C. W. J,); Township 4, Range 7, Penobscot Co., 1 Aug. '10 
(J. ^. C). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 28 Sept. '16 {H, M, P.); Durham (C. M. W. 
& W. F. P.); Fabyans {W, P. P.); Glen House, 15 July '15 (C. W. 
J,); Hanover (C. M. W.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J,); Ascutney Mt, 11 July 
'08 (C. W, J,); Bennington, 19 June '15 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 9 July '14 {H. M. P.); Fall River, 22 
July '05 (J. A, C); Forest Hills, 28 June '79 (S. H,); Mt. Tom, 
14 July '05 (C. W, J.); Peru, Sept. '08 (J. P.); Southbridge, 16 
July '14 (C.. FT. J.). 

R, I.— Kingston, 17 July '05 (J. P.). 



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Conn.— New Haven, 9 June '05 (B. H. W.); Portland, 14 
July '14 (Jf . P. Z.); Rainbow, 30 June '14 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 
6 July '14 {H. L. J.); Woodbury, 14 July '13 (W. E. B.). 

Lopidea confluens (Say). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit (fide Slossan). 

Mass.— Chester, 3 Aug. '11 (C. W. J.); Williamsburg, 7 Aug. 
'11 (C. W. J.). 

Lopidea roblniae (Uhler). 

N. H.— Lee (C. M. W, & W. F, f.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 22 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Beverly, 22 Aug. 
'04; FaU River, 20 July '09 (N. S. £.); Springfield, 13 July '05 
(C. W. J.); Woods Hole, July (T, H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 Aug. '07 (J. B,). 

Conn.— Branford, 29 July '05 {H. W. W.); New Haven, 3 
Aug. '05 {H. L. v.); Westville, 27 July '05 (W. E. B.). 

Division Orthotylaria, 

PseudozenetUB scutellatus (Uhler). 

Mass.— Amherst, 9 June '99; Brookline, 21 June '77 (S. ff.); 
Porest mis, 17 June '14 (H. M. P.); Newton, 16 June '14 (J. R, 
T, B.). 

R. I. — Providence, 11 June '09. 

CoNN.-T Branford, 8 June '12 (B. H. W.); Danbury, 15 June 
'09 (C. W, J,); Darien, 10 June '12 (C. W. J.); Litchfield, 30 June 
'16 (L. B. W.); New Haven, 12 June '10 {A. B. C); S. Meriden, 
14 June '15 (H. L. J.). 

Diaphnidia debilis Uhler. 
Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J.). 

Diaphnidia pellucida Uhler. 
Me.— Orono, 22 July. 
Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 



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Mass.— Chester, 8 Aug. '12 (C. W. J,); Framingham, 7 Sept. 
'14 (C. A. F.). 

Diaphnidia provancherl Burque. 
Mass.— Beach Bluff, 25 June '14 {H. M. P.). 

OrthotylUB flavosparsus (Sahlberg). 

Me.— Orono, 22 July '07; Pownal, 28 Sept. '01 (0. 0. S.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 31 July '00; Beach Bluff, 24 July '14 (H. 
M. P.); Cohasset, 8 Sept. (0. B.); Framingham, 15 Sept. '15 
(C. A. f .). 

Conn.— New Canaan, 29 Sept. '09 {W. E, B.); New Haven, 
26 June '05 {H. L, V.); S. Meriden, 16 July '15 (H. L. J.); Strat- 
ford, 21 July '08 (JV. E, B.). 

OrthotylUB chlorionlB (Say). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 9 July '15 (H, M. P.); Forest Hills, 17 
June '14 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 22 June '05 {H. L. V.); Noroton, 21 June 
'13 U. H, R.). 

OrthotylUB catuluB Van Duzee. 

Me.— BowUn Pond, 31 July '10 (J. A. C); Traveller Mt, 29 
July '10 (J. A, C). 

OrthotylUB dorBalls (Provancher). 

Me.— Calais, 10 July '09 (C. W, J.); Machias, 17 July '09 
(C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.), 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Winchendon, 1 July '92 {A. P. M,); Woods Hole 
(fide T. H, Af.). 

R. I.— Kingston; 23 June '06 (J. P.). 

OrthotylUB marginatUB (Uhler). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Moosehead, 18 July 
'07 (C. W. J,). 

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OrthotylUB crucUtus Van Duzee. 

Me.— Portland, 9 July '10 (E. P. V. D.). 

Vt.— Stowe, 4 July (G. P. E.) (fide E. P. V. D.). 

Mass. — Amherst, 23 June '96; Danvers, 3 July '14; Marsh- 
field, Aug.; Sherbom, 24 June '14 (C. A. F.); Swampscott, 13 
July '15 {H. M. P.). 

Conn.— Hartford, 25 June '14 (W. M.); New Haven, 23 June 
'11 (A. B. C). 

Ortbotylus candidfttus Van Duzee. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington (A. T. S.). 

OrthotylUB necopinuB Van Duzee. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, 30 June '09 (£. P. V. D.) ; Mt. W^ashing- 
ton, Alpine Garden, 4 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

Unscora malina (Uhler). 

Me.— Holden, 9 July '96 (F. A. E.); Machias, 26 July '09 
(C. W. J.); Monmouth, 29 June '05 (C. A. F.); Paris, 9 July '15 
(C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Fabyans (W. F. F.) ; Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Amsden, 10 July '08 (C. W. J.); Ascutney Mt., 11 July 
'08 (C. W. J.); Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.); Stratton, 8 July 
'13 (P. W. W.). 

Mass.- Newton, 16 June '14 (J. R. T. B.); Springfield, 13 
July '05 (C. W. J.); Winchendon, 1 July '92 (A. P. M.). 

Conn.— S. Meriden, 7 July *15 (H. L. J.). 

Meconuus ambulaxu (Fallen). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 
(C. W. J.); Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Mt. Katahdin, 
3000 ft., Aug. '02 (H. G. B.). 

N. H.— Fabyans {W. F. F.); Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. 
J.); Mt. WasWngton, 2500 ft, 18 July '15; 4000 ft., 28 July '15 
(C.W.J.). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 11 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

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OrthocephaluB mutabilis (Fallen). 

Me. — Orono, 2 July '15 (Knight has compared the specimeu 
recorded with European examples sent by Renter to the U. S, 
National Museum). 

ParthenicuB vaccinii Van Duzee. 
Mass.— Ipswich, 22 July '09 (E. P. V. D.). 

Phylinae. 

Tribe Phtlini. 
Division Oncatylaria. 

Macrotylus sezguttatus (Provancher). 
N. H.— Glen House, 20 July '15 (C. W. J.). 

Macrotylus amoenus Renter. 
Mass.— Mt. Tom, 14 July '05 (C. W. J.), 
Conn.— Westville, 4 July '04 {W. E. B,). 

OnychumenuB decolor (Fall^). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W, J.); Ironbound Id., 10 
Aug. '08 (J. A. C); Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Mistake Id., 
9 Aug. '07 (J. A. C); Monmouth, 16 July '14 (C. A. f .); TraveUer 
Mt., 29 July '10 (J. A. C). 

N. H.— Dublin, 1 Aug. 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt., 11 July '08 (C. W. J,); Dummerston, 14 
July '08 (C. W. J.); Middlebury, 12 July. 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 14 July '14 (H. M, P.); Mt. Greylock, 
8 Aug. '07 (C. W. J.); Tisbury, 25 July '11 (J. A. C); Woods 
Hole, July {T, H, if.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 17 July '05 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L. Z).); Colebrook, 21 July 
'05 (H. L. v.); Danbury, 15 June '09 (C. W. J.); New Haven, 
11 July '04 (P. L. B,); West Thompson, 12 July '05 {H. L. V.)\ 
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Division Phylaria, 

BeuteroBCopuB omatus (Reuter). 
Conn.— New Haven, 26 June '12, 28 Aug. '10 (B. H. W.). 

?PBaUu8 Juniperl Heidemann. 

Me.— Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 28 June '15 {H. M. P.); Swampscott, 
11 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.). 

Microphylellus modestus Reuter. 
Me.— Machias, 26 July '09 (C. W. J.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 27 June '13 (i. B. K), 

RhinocapsuB vanduzeii Uhler. 

Me.— Liberty, 17 July '12 (J. A. C); Machias, 22 July '09 
(C. W. J.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W, J.); Hanover, 8 July 
'08 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, summit (fide Slossm). 

Vt.— Ascutney Mt, 11 July '08 (C. W. J.)\ Brattleboro, 15 
June '08 (C. W. J,). 

Mass.- Fall River, 11 July '13 (N, S. £.); Pocasset, 6 Aug. '12 
(J. A, C); Rockport, July (C. W. J,); Southbridge, 16 July '14 
(C. W, J.). 

Conn.— Brookfield, 27 July '10 (£. L D.). 

PlagiognathuB ^ obscurus Uhler. 

Me.— Calais, 10 July '09 (C. W. J.); Ft. Kent, 17 Aug. '10 
(C. W, J.); Monmouth, 15 July '14 (C. A. f .); Orono, 16 July '07. 

N. H.— Glen House, 24 July '15 (C. W. J.); Mt. Washington, 
summit (fide Slosson). 

Vt.— Ehunmerston, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.); Jay, 17 July '91 
(A. P. 3f.); Mt. Mansfield, 21 July '91 {A. P. if.); Norwich, 8 
July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 9 July '14 {H. M. P.); Cohasset, 21 

^ A number of forms of Plagtosnathus and allied genera are at hand which 
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Sept. '14 {H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 4 Oct. '15 (H. M. P.); South- 
bridge, 16 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

R. I.— Cumberland; Kbgston, 11 July '10 {J. B.). 

Conn.— East River, Aug. '10 (C. R. £.); New Haven, 19 July 
'05 (B. H. W.). 

Apocremntu politus (Uhler). 

Me.— Machias, 22 July '09 (C. W. J.); Orono, 14 July. 

Mass.- Agawam, 16 Aug. '15 {H. E. S.); Beach Bluff, 22 June 
'14 (H. M. P.); Boston, Chestnut HiU, 13 Oct. '15 (ft M. P.); 
Peru, 29 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 15 July *05 (J. B.); Providence, 7 July 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 8 July '04 {H. L. V.); Litchfield, 13 July '01 
(i. B. W.); Mt. Carmel, 24 Aug. '06 (B. H. W.); New Haven, 
23 June '04 (H. L. V.); W. Thompson, 12 July '05 {H, L, V.). 

ChlamydatUB auoclatus (Uhler). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 13 Aug. '14 (H. M. P.); Boston, 16 May 
(C. W. J.); Forest Hills, 19 Sept. '14 (ft M. P.); Nantucket, 22 
Aug. '11 (ft T. F.); WeUesley, 9 Oct. '90 {A. P. M.); WoUaston, 
5 Sept (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 12 Sept. '04 (B. ft W.). 

Campylonuua verbasd (Meyer-Dtir). 

Me.— Pownal, 26 Aug. '00 (0. 0. S.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 22 June '14, 2 Sept. '14 (ft M. P.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 14 June '11 (W. E. B.); New Haven, 21 June 
'09 (B. ft W.); Westville, 6 Aug. '05 {W. E. B.). 



HYDROMETRIDAE. 

\ 

Hydrometra martini Kirkaldy. 

Me.— Monmouth, 11 July (C. A. F.); Orono, 6 May '14 
{H. M. P.). 

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106 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Mass.— Brookline, 15 May 77 (S. H,); Cohasset, June '05 
(0. 5.); Forest Hills, 9 May '16 {H. M. P.); Framingham, 25 
May '15 (C. A. F.); Provincetown, 1 Sept. '14; Somerset, 2 July 
'06 (C. W. J.); Woods Hole (fide T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 19 May '13, 11 July '10 (J. B.). 



GERRIDAE. 

Gerrinae. 
Oerris remigis Say. 

Me.— Auburn (£. D. M.); Bethel {A. M. £.); Orono, 20 April, 
17 May '13 (H. M, P.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 2 Oct. '16 (H. M, P.); Durham, 14 April 
'99, Dec. '08 (JV. F. P.); Mt. Washington, smnmit (fide Slossm), 

Vt.— Woodstock, 18 Aug. '98 (A. P. if.). 

Mass.- Brooklme, 30 March '78 (S, H.)\ Danvers, 18 May '14; 
Forest Hills, 23 Feb. '15, 16 Sept. '14 (H, M, P.); WeUesley, 20 
April '99 (A, P. Jf.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 15 April '10 (J. B.). 

Conn. — Farmington, 24 May '14 (W, M.); New Haven, 18 
March '11 (B. H, W.); Torrington, 7 July '05 (IF. £. B.); Wmni- 
pauk, 4 Aug. '08 (C. W, J.). 

Oerris conformis (Uhler). 

Me. — Orono, Sept. 

N. H.— Durham (C. M. W, & W, F. P.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 11 June '92; Chicopee (R. H, W,)\ Milton, 
20 Sept. '21 (Harris Coll,); Natick; WeUesley, 28 April '99 (A. 
P. Jtf.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 1 April '11 (B. H. W,); Hartford, 14 May 
'14 (W. M,); Orange, 21 May '11 (B, H. W,). 

Oerris marginatus Say. 

Me.— Durham; Norway, 19 July (0. 0. S.); Orono, 6 May '14 
(H. M, P.); Westbrook. 

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Mass.— Amherst; Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (H. M. P.); Forest 
Hills, 8 April '15 (f. G. C), 1 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Lynn, 18 Aug. 
'15 {H. M. P.); Woods Hole ((7. T. B.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 13 April '10 {J. B.); Providence, 5 May 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 6 May '11 (B. H. W.); Lyme, 14 May '11 
{A. B. C); New Haven, 4 May '11 (5. H. W.); Putnam, 12 July 
'05 {H. L. v.); S. Meriden, 26 April '14 {H. L. J.). 

Oerris argentieollis Parshley. 
Ent. News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 103. 

Mass.— 19 April '16, 20 May '15 {H. M. P.). . 

OerriB buenoi Kirkaldy. 

Me.— Orono, 19 April '14, 15 Sept. '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 23 Sept. '16 {H. M. P.); Durham (C. M. W. 
& W. F. F.); Mt, Washington, Alpme Garden, 4 July '14 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Norwich, 18 May '91 (C. M. W.). 

Mass.- Cambridge, 4 May '68 (E. B.); Forest Hills, 8 April 
'15 (F. G. C), 1 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Woods Hole, July {T. H. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 29 April '10. Sept. '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 6 May '11 (B. H. W.); Utchfield, 26 July '01 
(i. B. W.); Milford, 10 Aug. '05 {W. E. B.); New Haven, 14 April 
'11 (B. H. W.). 

Oerris oanaliculatus Say. 

Mass.- Beveriy, 23 May '78 (£. B.); Cambridge; Forest Hills, 
9 May '16, 1 Oct. '15 {H. M, P.); Milton, 23 April '16 {E. W. T.). 

R. L— Kingston, 15 April '10, 3 May '08 {J. B.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 Oct. '10 (B. H. W.); New Haven, 4 May 
'11 (B. H. W.). 

LlmnoporuB rufoscutellatus (Latreille). 

Me. — Brunswick; Nojway (S. J. S.); Orono, 6 May '14 
{H. M. P.), 19 July '05. 

N. H.— Crawfords, 2 Oct. '16 {H. M. P.); Mt. Washington, 
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108 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Mass.— Beverly, 9 Oct. 75 {E. B.); Forest Hills, 9 May '16 
{H. M. P.); Brookline, 21 June 78 (S. H.); Sherbom, 14 April '99 
{A. P. M.); WeUesley, 10 Sept. '04 {A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 26 April '04 {J. B.); Providence, 20 June 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 28 April '11 (B. H. W.). 

Halobatinae. 

Metrobates hesperius Uhler. 

Me.— Orono, 22 Sept. '09. 

Mass.— Cambridge; Dover, 23 Aug. '01 (A. P. M.); Sherbom, 
5 Aug. '96 (A. P. M,); WeUesley, 6 Aug. '00 (A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 18 Oct. '05 (J. 5.). 

Trepobates pictus (Hemch-SchaeflFer). 

Me.— Mistake Id., 9 Aug. '07 (J. A. C); Orono, 15 Sept. '13 
{H, M, P.); Roque Bluflf, 15 Aug. '07 (J. A, C). 

N. H.— Durham, 15 Aug. '00 (W. F. f.). 

Mass.- Cambridge; WeUesley, 15 Aug. '07 {A. P. 3f.); Win- 
chester, 12 Sept. '07 {A, P. if.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 12 July '10 (J. B.). 



VELIIDAE. 

Microvelia borealls Torre Bueno. 
BuU. Brooklyn Ent. Soc., 1916, vol. 11, p. 59. 

Me.— Orono, 3 May '14 {H. M. P.). 

Mass.— Forest HiUs, 20 Oct. '14 {H. M. P.); Saugus, 22 Aug. 
'14 {H, M. P.). 

Microyelia fontinalls Torre Bueno. 
BuU. Brooklyn Ent. Soc, 1916, vol. 11, p. 58. 

Mass.— Danvers, 3 Aug. '15 {H. M. P.). 



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MieroTelia alt)onotata Champion. 
Mass.— Danvere, 3 Aug. '15 (H. M. P.). 

Microvelia amvrieana (Uhler). 

Me.— Orono, 17 May '13, 19 Sept '13 {H. M. P.); Paris, 10 
July '14 (C. A. F.); Pownal (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Crawfords, 2 Oct '16 (H. M. P.). 

Vt.— Dummereton, 14 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Dover, 16 Aug. '00 (A. P. if,); FaU River, 1 April '05 
{N. S. £.); Forest Hills, 24 March '15, 16 Sept '14 (ff. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 29 April '10 {J. B.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 6 May '11 (B. H. W.); Hamden, 25 May '11 
(B. H. W.). 

Bhagovelia obesa Uhler. 

Me.— Paris, 15 July '14 (C. A. F.). 

Vt.— Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Dover, 23 Aug. '01 {A. P. if.); Milton, 30 Sept. 
{Harris CoU.); Waltham (P. R. U.); WeUesley, 6 Aug. '00 (A. 
P. if.). 

SALDroAE. 
Saldinae. 

Pentacora Blgnoreti (Gu^rin). 
Mass.- Woods Hole, 22 July '99. 

Pentacora ligata (Say). 

Me. — Magalloway River (0. 0. S.); Norway (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Glen House, 20 July '15 (C. W. J.); Hanover, 6 July 
'08 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July '12. 

Mass.— Mt Everett, 28 June '12 (C. W. J.); Waltham. 

Salda eoriacea Uhler. 

Me.— Holden, 4 July '13 (F. A. £.); Monmouth, 15 July '14 
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110 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Mass.— Andover {F. G. S.) {fide Uhler); Beach Bluff, 21 June 
'15 {H, M. P.); Cambridge, 20 June '24 {Harris CoU.); Sherbom, 
19 June '15 (C. A. F.). 

Conn.— Orange, 4 June '10 (5. H. W.). 

Saldula major (Provancher). 

Me.— Monmouth, 29 June '07 (C. A. f.); Orono, 4 Sept. '85 
{H. T. f .). 

N. H.— Mt. Washmgton, 5000 ft., 26 June '91 (A, P. M.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 11 Aug. '16 {H. M. P.); Brighton, 13 
July '64 (P. K U.); Provincetown, 25 June '04; Wellesley, 27 
May '91 {A. P. Jf.). 

Saldula confluens (Say). 
Conn.— S. Meriden, 11 July '14 {H. L. J.). 

Saldula orbiculata (Uhler). 

Mass. — Cambridge; Cohasset, 12 Sept. (0. JB.); Wellesley, 
17 April '91 {A, P. M.). 

Saldula interstitialis (Say). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, 19 Aug. '10 (C. W. J.); Orono, 4 Sept. '85 
{H. T. P.); Paris, 10 July '14 (C. A. P.). 

N. H.— Hanover, 6 July '08 (C. W, J.); Mt. Washmgton, 
siunmit, 30 June '13 (C. W. J.), 

Vt.— St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J,). 

Mass.- Andover (JuHe Uhler); Beach Bluff, 18 Aug. '14 (H. 
M. P.); Cohasset, 15 Sept. (0. B.); Forest Hills, 1 June '15 
(ff. M. P.); Lynn, 7 Aug. '14 {H. M. P.); Nantucket, 20 July 
'10 (J. A. C); ShertK>rn, 19 April '09 (C. A. P.); Wellesley, 10 
Nov. '90 {A, P. M.y 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 18 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Conn.— E. Hartford, 13 Aug. '06 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 24 
March '15 {H. L. J.); W. Stratford, 16 Aug. '04 (H. L. F.). 

Saldula separata (Uhler). 
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SaldtUa reperta (Uhler). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit {fide Slosson). 
Mass. — Cambridge; Winchendon, 1 July '92 {A. P. 3f .). 

Saldula zanthochila limbosa (Horv&th). 
Conn.— Branford, 11 Aug. '04 {H. L. V.), 

Saldula palllpes (Fabridus). 

Me.— Eastport, 15 July '09 (C. W. J.); Paris, 4 July '15 (C. 
A. F.). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, summit, 30 June '12 (C. W. J.). 

Vt.— St. Albans, 21 June '13 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (H. M, P.); Manomet, 13 
Aug. '12 (W, S. B.); WeUesley, 24 June '92 {A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Tiverton, 31 July '10 {N. S. £.). 

Conn.— W. Stratford, 16 Aug. '04 {H. L. 7.). 

Saldula sphacelata (Uhler). 

Me.— Machias, 17 July '09 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.- Beach Bluff, 21 June '15 {H. M. P.); Chatham, 30 
June '04 (C. W. J.); Chelsea; Cohasset, 8 Sept. (0. B.); Edgar- 
town, 29 June '12 (C. W. J.) ; Provincetown, 27 June '91 {A. P. M.). 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, 25 July '11 (C. W. J.). 

?Saldula opacula (Zetterstedt). 
Me.— Orono, 4 May '14 {H. M. P.). 
Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 {H. M, P.). 

Saldula peilita (Uhler). 
Mass. — Chelsea, 9 July; Newtonville. 

?8aldula saltatoria (Linn^). 

Mass.— Agawam, 21 April '16 {H. E. S.); Forest Hills, 11 April 
'15 (P. X. W.)\ Lexington, 19 April '74 (£. P.); W. Springfield, 
7 April '16 (H. E. S.). 

R. I.— Providence, 1 Feb. (C. A, D.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 30 April '11 {A. B. C). 



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112 FAUNA OP NEW ENGLAND. 

Mieracsnthia humills (Say). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit (fijie Slotson). 

Vt.— Norwich, 8 July '08 (C. W. J.). 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 18 July '15 (H. M. P.); Forest Hills, 1 
June '15, 30 Sept '15 (H. M. P.); Manomet, 27 July '05; W. 
Cambridge. 

NOTONECTIDAE. 

NOTONBCTINAE. 

Kotonecta Irrorata Uhler. 

Me.— Machias; Norway (S. J. S.); Orono, 22 May '14, 19 
Sept '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. a— Crawfords, 23 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Durham, 15 Aug. 
'00 (W. F. F.), 18 Sept '01. 

Vt.— Winooski, 30 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Brookline, 17 Nov. '79 (S. H.); Forest lEUs, 
29 April '16 {H. M. P.); Peru, 27 Aug. '04 (J. P.); Saugus (F. 
W. D.). 

R. I.— (Davis CoU.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 April '11 (P. H. W.); New Haven, 24 
Nov. '10 (A. P. C); Windsor, 26 July '05 {W. E. P.). 

Hotonecta uhlerl Kirkaldy. 
Mass.- WeUesley, 12 Sept '98, 22 Oct '02 (A. P. M.). 

ITotonecta variabilis Fieber. 

Me.— Durham. Aug. '99 (0. 0. S.); Orono, 19 April '14 (P. 
M. P.), 15 Sept 

N. H.— Crawfords, 23 Sept '16 (H. M. P.); Durham ((7. M. W. 
& W. F. F.); Holdemess, 3 Aug. '99 {A. P. M.). 

Vt.— Woodstock, 13 Aug. '10 (A. P. M.). 

Mass.- Forest Hills, 29 April '15, 8 Oct '14 (fl. M. P.) ; Saugus 
<F. W. D.)i Sherbom, 14 April '99 (A. P. M.); Woods Hole, July 
<r. H. M.).^ 

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Conn.— Hamden, 24 Oct. '10 (B. H. W.)\ Hartford, 13 Aug. '04 
(J7. L. v.); New Haven, 22 Aug. '04 (P. i. B.); S. Meriden, 27 
March '14 (J7. i. J.). 

Notoneeta undulata^ Say. 

Me.— Qrono, 20 April '12, 19 Sept '13 (JJ. Jf . P.). 

N. H.— Crawf ords, 23 Sept '16 {H. M. P.); Durham, 4 Oct 
'01; Mt Washington, Lake of the Qouds, 5000 ft, 1 July (C. A. 
P.); N. Chatham, 17 Sept '06. 

Vt.— Winooski, 30 Aug. '04 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 26 Aug. '04; Forest HiUs, 23 Feb. '15, 15 
Oct '14 {H. M. P.); Peru, 27 Aug. '04 (J. B.); Woods Hole, July 
(r. H. Jf.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, Sept '07 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 Oct '10 (B. H. W.); Southington, 21 
April '10 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 5 April '14 {H. L. J.). 

Notoneeta insulata Kirby. 

Me.— Orono, 27 April '13 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Mt Washington, Lake of the Qouds, 5000 ft, 1 July 
(C. A. P.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Blue Hills, 11 April '14; Forest Hills, 29 
April '15 {H. M. P.); Orleans, 13 Apr. '91 (P. B.); Peru, 27 Aug. 
'04 (J. B.); Saugus, 3 May '14 (P. W. D.); WeUesley, 1 Nov. '04 
(C. A. P.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 11 Nov. '09 (J. P.). 

Conn.— Litchfield, 30 May '13 (I. B. W.). 

Buenoa margaritacea Torre Bueno. 
Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. '09 {A. P. Jf.). 
Mass.— Amherst; Forest Hills, 17 June, 15 Oct. '14 {H. M. P.). 

Buenoa elegans (Fieber). 

Mass.— Cambridge; Forest Hills, 30 Sept '14 {H. M. P.); 
WeUesley, 4 Nov. '01 {A. P. Jf .). 

1 Including the varieties, undulata Say, maeulata Fieber, Moron Klrkaldy, and 
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114 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Pleinae. 
Plea strioU Fieber. • 

Mass.— Cambridge, 11 April '08 (J. A. C); FaU Biver, 17 May 
'06 {N. S. E.); Wayland, 14 May '02 {A. P. M.); Wdlesley, 6 
May '03 {A. P. M.). 

NAUCORroAE. 

Naucorinae. 

Pelocoris femoratiui (Palisot de Beauvois). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, 10 Oct '14 (H. M. P.); Groton, 11 Oct 
'00 (F. B.); Quiney, 21 Oct '05; Sandwich, 19 June '08 (C. W. J.); 
WeUesley, 7 Oct '02 {A. P. M.); Woods Hole, July (r. H. if.). 

R. I.— Providence, May '07 (C. A. Z>.); Warwick. 

Conn.— Cheshire, 6 May '11 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 20 March 
'14 {H. L. J.). 

NEPIDAE. 

Nepa apiculata Uhler. 

N. H.— Durham, 20 Oct '01. 

Mass. — Amherst, 5 Sept '05; Boston (A. P. M.); Danveis, 
30 May; Framingham, 21 May '07 (C. A. f .); Mflton, 15 May '26 
(Harris CoU.); Nantucket, '59 (S. H.); Newton, 30 Dec. '01 
(C. A. P.); Salem. 

R. I.— Kingston (J. B.); Providence, 15 July '94 (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— New Haven, 11 Aug. '08, nymph (B. H. W.). 

Banatra kirkaldyi Torre Bueno. 

Mass.— Cambridge; Dover, 23 Oct '01 (A. P. Jf.); Framing- 
ham, 2 May '15 (C. A. f .). 

Banatra amerieana Montandon. 

Me.— Orono, 4 Oct {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Hanover (C. M. W.), 

Mass.— Amherst, 26 Aug. '04; Forest Hills, 23 April, 15 Oct 
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Banatra protensa Montandon. 

Mabs.— Chebacco Lake, 135ept. '12 {W. S. B.); Framingham, 
2 May '15 (C. A. F.); Taunton, 23 May '27 {Harris CoU.). 



BELOSTOMATIDAE. 

Benacus griseus (Say). 
Mass.— {fide UUer). 

R. I.— Peacedale, Aug. '06; Providence, July '07 (C. A. D.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 22 May '11 {A. B. C). 

Lethocerus americanus (Leidy). 

Me.— Aubum, 18 June (0. 0. S.); Qrono, 12 Sept; Oldtown, 
8 May. 

N. H.— Raymond, 27 June '14 {W. R.). 

Mass.— Amherst; Cohasset, 26 April '07 (0. B.); Fall River, 
20 Sept. '06 {N. S. £.); Forest Hills, 10 Oct. '15 {H. M. P.); Wd- 
lesley, 24 Oct '04 {A. P. Jf.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 23 May '08 (J. B.)\ Providence, 2 June 
(C. A, D.). 

Conn.— Lyme, 4 Sept '09 ((7. H. D,); New Haven, 27 March 
'05 (P. i. B.). 

Lethocerus obscurus (Dufour). 

IVLkSS. — Amherst; Cambridge, Sept. {Harris Coll.); Lowell 
(F. B.) {fide Montandon). 

Conn. — Torrington {R. H.). 

Belostoma flumineum Say. 

Me.— Aubum {E. D. M.); Orono, 20 June, 17 Oct; Wales, 
10 July '13 (C. A F.). 

N. H.— Durham, 25 Oct '01; Hanover {C. M. W.). 

Vt.— Winooski, 30 Aug. '01 {C. A. D.). 

Mass.- Amherst, 26 Aug. '04; Boston, 29 March '03 {H. M. 
P.); Forest Hills, 1 Nov. '15 {H. M. P.); Saugus, 10 May '14 
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R. I. — Kingston^ Sept (J. B.) ; Providence, 2 June (C A. D.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 22 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.); S. M«idcn, 3 
April ^4 {H. L. J.). 

Belostoma lutarium (St&I). 

Mass. — Boston, 22 March *03, nymph (J7. M. P.); Dover, 
23 Aug. '01, nymph (A. P. M.); Fahnouth (fide T. H. Jf.); Md- 
Tose, 11 July, nymph (F. W. D.); Tyngsboro, 16 Aug. '90 (F. B.); 
WeUesl^y {A. P. Jf.). 

R. I. — (fide Kirkaldy and Torre Bueno). 



OCHTERIDAE. 

Ochterus americanuB (Uhler). 
Mass.— TAmherst; Dedham, April (F. G. S.) (fide Uhler). 



C0RIXIDAE.1 

Arctocoriaa interrupta (Say). 

Me.— Qrono, 21 April '00 (0. 0. S.); 8 May '12 (H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham, 1 Oct. '01 (W. F. F. & C. M. W.). 

Vt.— Winooski, 30 Aug. '01 (C. A. D.). 

Mass.— Amherst, 30 Aug. '04; Forest Hills, 16 Mar. '15, 1 Nov. 
'15 (H. Jf. P.); Marblehead, 8 Aug. '14; Nonamesset Id., 7 July 
'11 (J. F. A.); Peru, 21 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 11 Nov. '09 (J. B.); Providence, 18 June 
(C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Fairfield, 15 July '04 (H. L. V.); Hamden, 24 Oct '10 
(B. H. W.); Southington, 21 May '10 (B. H. W.); South Meriden, 
19 Mar. '13 (H. L.J.). 

1 Prof. J. F. Abbott, who is engaged on a monograph of the Oorlzldae. has gone 
over aU my material In the flunUy. generously putting at my disposal the results 
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Arctocorisa nltlda (Fieber). 
Me.— Qrono, 24 April '13 (H. M. P.). 
N. H.— Durham, 20 Sept. '01. 
Mass.— Forest Hills, 4 May '15 (H. M. P.). 
R. I.— Providence, 13 Sept (C. A. D.). 
Conn.— New Haven, 22 June '12 {A. B. C). 

Aretocorisa kennicotti (Uhler). 

Me.— Qrono, 21 April '00 (0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham (W. F. F.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 8 May '08 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 1 June '11 (B. H. W.); S. Meriden, 27 Mar. 
'14 {H. L. J.). 

Arctocorisa lucida Abbott. 
Ent News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 341. 

N. H.— Durham, 4 Oct. '14. 
Mass.- Forest Hills, 4 May '15 (H. M. P.). 
Conn.— Cheshire, 6 May '11 (B. H. W.); Hamden, 1 June '11 
(B. H. W.); New Haven, 22 Aug. '13 (B. H. W.). 

Arctocorisa omata Abbott. 
Ent Nero, 1916, vol. 27, p. 341. 

Me.— Qrono, 19 April '14 (H. M. P.). 
Conn.— Cheshire, 20 June '11 (B. H. W.). 

Arctocorisa decorata Abbott. 
Ent News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 341. 

Mass. — Amherst, 26 Aug. '04. 

Arctocorisa dubia Abbott. 
Ent News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 342. 

Me.— Orono, 20 July '05. 
Mass.- Peru, 27 Aug. '04 (J. B.). 



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Arctocoriia altamata (Say). 

Me — Qrono, 19 April '14 (H. M. P.); Pownal, 13 Oct '00 
(0. 0. S.). 

N. H.— Durham, 13 Aug. '00 {W. F. f .). 

Mass.— Amherst, 7 May t)4; Forest ffills, 1 Nov. '15 (H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston, 11 Nov. '09 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Hamden, 24 April '11 (B. H. W.); New Haven, 22 
June '10 (A. B. C). 

Arctocoriia parshleyi Abbott 
Ikt. News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 342. 

Me. — Qrono, Sept.; Mercer. 
Mass.— Lynn, 1 July '01 (C. A. D.). 
R I.— Providence, 18 June (C. A. D.). 

?Arctocoriaa trilineata (Provancher). 

Me.— Qrono, 10 May '13 {H. M. P.); Paris, 7 April '15 (C. 
A. f .). 

N. H.— Durham, 20 Sept '01. 

Mass.— Saugus, 22 Qct '14 {H. M. Pi). 

R. I.— Kingston, 3 May '08 (J. B.). 

Arctocoriia compressa Abbott. 
Me.— Qrono, 19 April '12 {H. M. P.). 
Mass.- Forest Hills, 29 April '15 {H. M. P.). 
Conn.— Hamden, 1 June '11 (B. H. W.). 

Arctocoriia leriata Abbott 
Ent News, 1916, vol. 27, p. 342. 

Me.— Qrono, 19 April '14; Pownal, 13 Qct '00 (0. 0. S.); 
Paris, 7 April '15 (C. A. F.). 

N. H.— Durham, 20 Sept '01 (C. Jf . W. & W. F. F.). 

Mass.— Peru, 27 Qct '04 (J. B.). 

R. I.— Kmgston, 2 May '04 (J. B.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 20 Mar. '11 (B. H. W.); Hamden, 21 Oct 
'10 (B. H. W.); New Haven, 6 May '04 (H. L. V.). 



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Arctocorisa icabra Abbott 

Me — Qrono, 28 April '12 {H. M. P.). 

N. H.— Durham, 20 Oct '01. 

Mass.— Lynn, July '01 (C. A. D.). 

R. I.— Providence, 18 June (C. A. D.). 

Conn.— Cheshire, 20 Mar. '11 {B. H. W.); New Haven, 18 
Mar. '11 (B. H. W.). 

Corixa vertieaUs Fieber. 

Mass.— Beach Bluff, 19 July '15 {H. M. P.). 

R. I.— Kingston (J. B.). 

Conn.— Branford, 28 Aug. '05 {H. M. W.)\ East River, 2 Aug. 
'00 (C. R. E.). 

Callicorixa praeusta (Fieber). 
Me.— Orono, 17 May '13 (H. M. P.). 

Palmacorixa buenoi Abbott. 
Mass.— Hadley (C. A. f .). 



Addendum. 

TINGIDAE. 

Corythueha salicis Osbom and Drake. 
Ohio Joum. Sci., 1917, vol. 17, p. 298. 

Mass. — Middlesex Pdls. 



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INDEX TO GENERA AND HIGHER GROUPS. 



Acalypta, 58. 
Acanthocephala, 81. 
Acanthooephatini, 81. 
Acanthosomatinae, 25. 
AchoUa, 62. 
Acrostemum, 24. 
AdelphocoriSy 75. 
AlveotingiSy 57. 
Alydidae, 4, 10, 82. 
Alydini, 88. 
Alydus, 88. 
Amnestiis, 15. 
Anasa, 82. 
Aneurus, 88. 
Anisoscelini, 81. 
Anthocoridae, 10, 68. 
Anthocorinae, 68. 
Anthocoiis, 68. 
Antillocoris, 50. 
ApateticuSy 27. 
Apiomennae, 61. 
Apiomerus, 61. 
Apocremnus, 105. 
Aradidae, 10, 86. 
Aradus, 8, 86. 
Arctocorisa, 116. 
Aaopinae, 26. 

Banasa, 24. 
Baroe, 59. 
Belonochilus, 41. 
Belostoma, 115. 
Belostomatidae, 10, 115. 
Benacus, 115. 
Beodni, 51. 
Bliasinae, 48. 
Bliasus, 48. 



Brochymena, 17. 
Bryooorinae, 98. 
Bryocorini, 98. 
Buenoa, 118. 

Callioorixa, 7, 8, 9, 119. 
Calocoris, 7, 8, 77. 
Camptobrochis, 92. 
Campylomma, 9, 105. 
Capsaria, 81. 
Capfdni, 78. 
Capsus, 8, 81. 
Carpilis, 49. 
Ceratooapsaria, 98. 
Ceratooapsus, 98. 
Chlamydatus, 105. 
Chlorochroa, 19. 
Cimatlan, 92. 
Cimex, 8, 67. 
Cimicidae, 10, 67. 
Cimicinae, 67. 
Cnemodiis, 49. 
Coccobaphes, 82. 
Coenus, 22. 
CoUaria, 69. 
Coquillettia, 95. 
Coreidae, 10, 80. 
Coreinae, 81. 
Coreini, 82. 
Corixa, 119. 
Corixidae, 10, 116. 
Coiizidae, 4, 10, 84. 
Corizini, 85. 
Corizus, 6, 7, 8, 85. 
Corsmocoris, 80. 
Corythucha, 589 119. 
Cosmopepla, 28. 



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C>ophiu8y 46. 
Oyi^ula, 58. 
Cydnidae, 10, 14. 
Ordninae, 15. 
Qrdnini, 15. 
Qrli4>inae, 94. 
Qrli4>im, 94. 
Qrli^HiSy 94. 
Cymiiiae, 41. 
Qymini, 42. 
Qnnu8,42. 

Delochilocoris, 51. 
Dendrocoris, 25. 
Deraeoooraria, 92. 
Deraeocoris, 9, 98. 
Dii^)hmdia, 100. 
Dichrooecytaria, 76. 
Dichrooscytus, 78. 
Dictyonoto, 7, 8, 58. 
Dicyphinae, 94. 
Dicyphini, 95. 
Dic3rphu8, 95. 
Dipeoooridae, 9. 
Diymus, 51. 
Dysodiidae, 4. 

Elasmostethus, 26. 
Emblethis, 50. 
Emesa, 59. 
Emesinae, 58. 
Emesini, 59. 
Enioocephalidae, 10, 57. 
Eremoooris, 52. 
Euiygaster, 7, 13. 
EuschistuB, 20. 
Euthochtha, 81. 

Fitchia, 62. 
Fulviini, 94. 
Fulviiis, 94. 

Galeatus, S, 9, 55. 



Garganus, 6, 76. 
GaiiBi^liia, 56. 
Gdastoooridae, 9. 
Geoootinaey 4(4. 
Geoocm, 4(4. 
Geotomua, 15. 
Gerridae, 10, 106. 
Gerrinae, 106. 
Gerris, 7, 106. 
Gonianotini, 50. 
Graphoflomatiiiae, 16. 

HaUodi^ini, 94. 
Halobatinae, 106. 
Halticaria, 97. 
Halticus, 7, 9, 97. 
Halyini,17. 
Haimoetes, 84. 
Haimostini, 84. 
Harpactorinae, 61. 
Haipactorini, 62. 
Hebridae, 10, 68. 
Hebrus, 68. 
Heraeiis, 47. 
Hesperophylum, 9, 69. 
He^)eroti]igis, 7, 57. 
Heterooordylus, 98. 
Homaemus, 7, 13. 
Horcias, 78. 
Horistini, 72. 
Hyaliodes, 95. 
Hydrometra, 105. 
Hydrometridae, 10, 105. 
Hymenarcys, 22. 

Unaoora, 102. 
Ischnodemus, 48. 
Ischnorrhynchini, 41. 
Ischnorrhynchus, 41. 
Isometopida^, 9. 
Isthmocoris, 45. 

Laboparia, 96. 



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Labops, 96. 
Leptobyrsa, 8, 65. 
Leptoglo68Us, 81. 
Leptoetyla, 7, 56. 
Lethaeini, 51. 
Lethooerus, 115. 
Lig3nrocori8y 7, 47. 
limnoporus, 7, 9, 107. 
LopideEL, 99. 
Lopidearia, 99. 
Lyctocorinae, 68. 
Lygaeidae, 10, 89. 
Lygaeinae, 89. 
Lygaeini, 89. 
Lygaeus, 89. 
Lygidea, 82. 
Lygus, 8, 82. 

Macrolophus, 96. 
Macrotracheliella, 6, 68. 
MacrotyluB, 108. 
Meadonis, 25. 
Mecomma, 7, 9, 102. 
MegalotomuSy 88. 
Melanolestes, 60. 
Melanorhopalai 56. 
Menecles, 28. 
Merooorinae, 80. 
Mesomiris, 6, 71. 
Mesovelia, 68. 
Mesoveliidae, 10, 68. 
Metacanthinae, 89. 
Metatropiphonis, 67. 
Metrobates, 106. 
Meziridae, 4, 10, 88. 
Mesirini, 88. 
Micracanthia, 112. 
Miordytrini, 82. 
Microphylelliis, 104. 
MicroveUa, 106. 
Mictini, 81. 
Mineiia, 27. 
Miridae, 10, 69. 



Mirinae, 69. 
Mirini, 69. 
Mirifl, 8, 70. 
Monaloooris, 9, 98. 
Mormidea, 19. 
MuTgantia, 24. 
Myodochus, 47. 
Myodoohini, 47. 
Myrmeooraria, 78. 

Nabidae, 10, 64. 
Nabinae, 64. 
Nabis, 7, 8, 64. 
Nauooridae, 10, 114. 
Nauoorinae, 114. 
Neidee, 88. 
Neididae, 10, 88. 
Neidinae, 88. 
Neoborus, 91. 
NeottiglosBa, 22. 
Nepa, 114. 
Nepidae, 10, 114. 
Neurooolpus, 78. 
Neurocteniis, 88. 
Notoneota, 112. 
Notonectidae, 10, 112. 
Notonectinae, 112. 
Nysius, 8, 40. 

Ochteridae, 10, 116. 
Ochtenis, 116. 
Odontotarsinae, 18. 
Oeciacus, 67. 
Oedancala, 46. 
Onoopeltus, 89. 
Oncotylaria, 108. 
OnychumenuB, 9, 108. 
Orectoderus, 94. 
Orsillmi, 40. 
Orthaea, 49. 

Orthocephalus, 7, 9, 108. 
Ortholomiis, 40. 
Orthotylaria, 100. 



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Orthotylinae, 96. 
Orthotylini, 96. 
Orthotylus, 9, 101. 
Oxyoareninae, 46. 
Ozophora, 60. 

Pachygronthinae, 46. 
Pagasa, 64. 
Palmacorixa, 119. 
Pangaeus, 16. 
Paracaloooris, 76. 
Parthenicus, 108. 
Pelocoris, 114. 
Pentaoora, 109. 
Pentatomidae, 10, 16. 
Pentatominae, 17. 
Pentatomini, 18. 
Peribaliis, 18. 
Perigenes, 48. 
Perillus, 26. 
Peritrechiis, 60. 
PhlegyaSy 46. 
Phylaria, 104. 
Phylinae, 108. 
Phylini, 108. 
Phymata, 7, 67. 
Phymatidae, 10, 67. 
Physatocheila, 66. 
Phytocoraria, 78. 
Phytocoris, 74. 
Piesma, 7, 68. 
Piesmidae, 4, 10, 68. 
Pilophoraria, 98. 
Pilophorus, 98. 
Piratinae, 60. 
Pithaniis, 8, 78. 
Plagiognathus, 104. 
Platytylellus, 72. 
Plea, 114. 
Pleinae, 114. 
Plintlusus, 60. 
Ploiariola, 68. 
Ploiariolini, 68. 



Podisus, 28. 
Podopini, 16. 
Podops, 16. 
Poedlocapsus, 80. 
PoeciloscytuB, 7, 8, 77. 
Prostemminae, 64. 
Piotenor, 82. 
PsaUus, 104. 
Pselliopus, 62. 
Pseudocnemodus, 49. 
Pseudoxenetus, 100. 
Ptochiomera, 49. 
Pygolampis, 69. 
Pyrrhoooridae, 9. 

Ranatra, 114. 
Reduviidae, 10, 68. 
Reduviinae, 60. 
Reduvius, 8, 60. 
Reuteroscopus, 104. 
Rhaoognathus, 27. 
Rhagovelia, 109. 
RMnocapBus, 104. 
Rhynocoris, 7, 61. 
Rhyparochrominae, 47. 
Rhyparoohromini, 60. 
Rhyparochromus, 60. 
Rh3rtidoloniia, 18. 

Salda, 109. 
Saldidae, 10, 109. 
Saldinae, 109. 
Saldula, 9, 110. 
Sohizopteridae, 9. 
Sciooorini, 17. 
Soiocoris, 7, 8, 9, 17. 
Scolopostethus, 62. 
ScuteUeridae, 10« 18. 
Sehirini, 16. 
Sehirus, 16. 
Serioophanes, 98. 
Sinea, 68. 
Sixeonotus, 98. 



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Soltibea, 6, 19. 
Sphaerobius, 47. 
Sphragisticus, 8, 51. 
Stenodema, 8, 70. 
Stenopodinae, 69. 
Stenotus, 8, 76. 
Stiretrus, 26. 
Strosgyloooris, 97. 
^ystellodereB, 7, 67. 

Teratoooris, 72. 
Teimatophylidae, 10, ( 
Tefbymae, 13. 
Thyanta,2S. 
Thjrxeooorinae, 14. 
ThyieoooriSi 14. 
Tingidae, 10, 68, 119. 



Tingini, 68. 
Trapesonotus, 8, 61. 
Trepobates, 108. 
Trichopepla, 18. 
Trigonotylus, 8, 71. 
Triphleps, 68. 
Tropidosteptes, 91. 

Vdiidae, 10, 108. 

Xestocoris, 62. 
Xyloooris, 8, 68. 

Zelim,61. 
Zehis, 7, 61. 
Zicrona, 8, 9, 80. 



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VII. 



FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 
15. 

LIST OF THE DIPTERA OR TWO-WINGED FLIES. 
By CHARLES W. JOHNSON. 



BOSTON: 

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY FROM THE 

GDRDON SALT0N8TALL FUND. 

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INTRODUCTION. 

As the work on the insect fauna of a given region progresses, 
it becomes essential not only for the further advancement of the 
work, but also for the encouragement of others to take up the 
study, to have in condensed form an index of oiir present knowl- 
edge of the various orders. Furthermore, we hope that the 
data here presented will in the future serve to show more clearly 
to what extent the changes in the natural conditions of the 
coimtry are affecting the insect faima. We are all aware of a 
marked change in the insect life in the vicinity of Boston, due 
in a great measure to the spraying to destroy the gipsy and brown- 
tail moths, to the electric lights, to the clearing of woodland, 
draining, stream pollution and other factors ima voidable in the 
growth of large cities. Insufficient data, however, relative to 
the former abundance and habitat of the various species, make 
it difficult at present to arrive at any definite conclusion bearing 
on the subject. 

In connection with other museum work and the building-up 
of a general collection of New England insects, the writer has 
during the past twenty seasons' collecting, specialized on the 
Diptera and the results are in part represented in this list. 
Since New England is a meeting ground of the boreal and the 
austral species, it seems important to show the full distribution 
of each species, so that the northern range of a common southern 
species, and the southern range of an equally common northern 
species may be readily seen. To avoid unnecessary printing 
and yet show this distribution, a system of 35 named areas has 
been adopted, beginning with northern Maine and ending with 
Connecticut. In making a faunal survey of New England the 
writer has endeavored to collect chiefly in sections having 
marked physical conditions governing distribution, viz., the 
coast, lakes, river valleys and mountains. Intensive collecting 
has been done in several of the more favorably situated areas 
where the ** overlapping*' of northern and southern species is 
apparently most pronounced. Thus, at Mt. Desert, Maine, 
the effect of the ocean in modifying temperature is most clearly 
shown; at Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, the effect of alti- 
tude on distribution is best illustrated; and in the Berkshires, 
Massachusetts, both elevations and river valleys are factors 
influencing distribution. 

On the accompan3ring map (Text-fig. 1) are shown the num- 
bers corresponding to those given under the descriptions of areas. 
Under each area are given the localities where collecting has been 
done, the name of the collector and date of collecting. The lines 
across the map mark the southern limit of the Canadian and 

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northern limit of the Upper Anstrml fife-semes. When a i 
has been taken lesB than fire times aU dmia mre giren in fan ander 
eaeh State. In other cases the arca-nnmbcrs are used vitii 
the earlier and latest dates of captme. Figures and localities 
in italics indicate the type localities of the spedes. 




TexT-Fia 1. — Map oi New England. 
The numbers refer to the areas defined in the Introductioii. 

Twenty years have passed since the publication of the ''Cata- 
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work that has been done on Diptera during the two decades 
has far exceeded that of any previous corresponding period. It 
therefore seems necessary to add a bibliography bearing on 
New England dipterology published since the Aldrich Catalogue. 
The double-number system — ^year and page — has been adopted 
in referring to each publication. 

The many problems in nomenclature that arise in attempting 
to follow the works of the various authors, present a task that 
greatly lessens the joy of recording the species of a given region. 
A f aunal list should contain all published names bearing on the 
subject except (for brevity) those that have previously been 
placed in the synonymy. In other words such a list is not the 
place in which to make a synonym deliberately without proving 
that it really is such. However, as a friend remarked, you can- 
not conscientiously recognize a genus or species that you know 
should be in the synonymy even if you have not the time to thor- 
oughly discuss the question. The appalling nimiber of genera 
that have been made in some families, upon slight and often 
sexual characters, form a great hindrance to a more logical 
and consistent study of a family. 

It is still quite diflBicult to estimate the number of Diptera 
actually occurring in New England, but it is safe to state that 
the number recorded in this list is probably less than three- 
fourths of the number that will eventually be found. The fol- 
lowing is a simimary of the families and nimiber of species. 



List of Families and the Number of Species and Varieties Recorded. 

Tanyderidae 1 Dolichopodidae . 

Ptychopteridae 3 

Anisopodidae 9 

Tipuhdae 264 

Dixidae 8 

Culicidae 48 

Psychodidae 12 

Cmronomidae 120 

Cecidomyiidae 232 

Mycetophilidae 176 

Sciaridae 34 

Bibionidae 16 

Scatopeidae 6 

Simulidae 9 

Blepharoceridae 1 

Xylophai^dae . '. 12 

Coenoin3aidae 2 

Stratiomyiidae 43 

Tabanidae 75 

Rha^onidae 20 

Cyrtidae 16 

Bombyliidae 46 

Therevidae 16 

Scenopinidae 2 

Mydaidae 1 

Aalidae 86 



Dolichopodidae 246 

Empididae 180 

Lonchopteridae 2 

Phoridae 56 

Plat3rpezidae 26 

Pipunculidae 35 

Sjnphidae 239 

Conopidae 23 

Pyrgotidae 3 

Oestridae 6 

Phasidae 20 

Tachinidae 228 

Megaprosopidae 2 

Dexiidae 28 

Sarcopha^dae 67 

Calliphondae 19 

Muscidae 248 

Scatopha^dae 60 

Helomyzidae 20 

Clusiidae 19 

Borboridae 18 

Phycodromidae 2 

Sdomyzidae 49 

Sapromyzidae 36 

Lonchaeidae 10 

Pallopteridae 3 



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Ortalidae 38 Chloripidae 76 

Trypetidae 47 Drosophilidae 34 

Micropezidae 6 Asteidae 2 

Sepdoae 19 Geomyzidae 17 

Piophilidae 8 Milichiidae 13 

Pailidae 22 Ochthiphilidae 9 

Diopsidae 1 A|^myzidae 47 

Notophilidae 47 Hippoboscidae 9 

Ephydridae 28 

Total 3,394 

Of this number the Society's collection contains about 2»200 species 
(including some 350 types and paratypes), represented by about 15,000 speci- 
mens. 

Description op the Abeas Designated on the Map. 
MAINE. 

1. The Upper Aroostook County area. — ^This includes the most 
northern portion of Maine, — ^the upper St. John River valley. 
From August 17 to 19, 1910, the writer worked at Fort Kent, 
collecting on the hills south of the village and west along the St. 
John River. While botanizing, in 1907, Dr. J, A. Cushman 
made a small but interesting collection at Little Black River 
Rapids near the mouth of the Allegash River, September 10, and at 
Limestone, September 18; Mr. Olof 0. Nylander made a collection 
of the species f oimd on snow at Woodland, near Caribou, Decem- 
ber, 1917, and January, 1918. 

2. The Lower Aroostook County area. — ^This area includes that 
portion of the County south of a line drawn west from Mars Hill. 
On August 16, 1910, 1 collected along the stream south of Ashland 
Junction (Oakfield), and Dr. C. P. Alexander collected at Houlton, 
August 24, 1913. 

3. The Mount Katahdin area, — ^This area embraces the moun- 
tainous region of central Maine. In 1910 a botanical trip was 
made to Traveler Mountain by Dr. Cushman and Rev, C. B. 
Ames. A collection of insects was made on the mountain July 
27 to 29; also at Bowlin Pond, July 31, Penobscot County (Sect. 
2, Range 7, and Sec. 4, Range 7), August 1 and 2. On August 21, 
1913, Dr. Alexander collected on Mt. Katahdin. From July 13 
to August 31, 1923, Mr. Irving H. Shaw collected from Basin 
Pond (2400 feet) to the summit of Mt. Katahdin. 

4. The Moosehead Lake area. — This area covers the lake re^on 
of northern central Maine. From July 11 to 21, 1907, the writer 
made a large and interesting collection at Capen's on Deer Island, 
in Moosehead Lake; on July 17 a collection was made on the near- 
by Sugar Island and on the 18th at the '' Outlet," Moosehead. 
On September 3, 1907, Dr. Cushman made a small collection at 
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ander, July 17, 1913. From August 17 to 20, 1905, Mr. Frank M. 
Jones collected a number of interesting species at Eatahdin Iron 
Works. On September 7, 1907, Dr. Qishman made a collection 
at Chamberlain Lake. 

6. The Rangdey Lakes area. — This area includes Franklin and 
the northern portion of Oxford Coimties. From July 1 to 4, 
1922, I collected at Oquossoc, along the stream flowing out of 
Rangeley Lake. On July 6, 1916, Mr. C. A. Frost collected at 
Parmachene Lake. From July 18 to 20, 1916, Dr. C. L. Metcalf 
collected on Saddleback Mt. In Jime, 1922, Mr. H. C. Dunham 
collected at Upper Dam, and on August 24, 1922, Mr. S. N. F. 
Sanford made a small collection at Rangeley. 

6. The Lower Penobscot area. — ^This area embraces the lower 
part of the Penobscot River valley. Orono is the center of 
entomological activity in Maine. Dr. Edith M, Patch, Ento- 
mologist of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, has built 
up a valuable collection, which I have been privileged to examine. 
Dr. A. O. Johannsen while at Orono wrote "The Fimgus Gnats of 
North America," and Dr. C. L. Metcalf the "Syrphidae of 
Maine." Dr. C. P. Alexander has worked on the Tipulidae, 
describing many new species from the State. Mr. E. F. Hitchings, 
has a large collection which I have studied. Dr. H. M. ParsUey 
and Mr. A. P. Morse have also collected Diptera at Orono. ' Dr. 
G. de N. Hough collected at Eddington, Jime 25 to July 6, and 
the writer at Hampden, July 10, 1907. 

7. The Washington County area. — ^This includes the entire 
Coimty. From July 10 to 27, 1909, the writer collected at the 
following places: Calais (above Milltown) July 10; Princeton, on 
the Indian Reservation, July 12; Eastport, west of the town and 
in the vicinity of Shackford's Head, July 14 to 16; Machias, along 
the Machias River both above and below the town, July 17 to 27. 
Dr. Cushman while botanizing on Mistake Island, August 9, and 
at Roque Bluff, August 10 and 11, 1907, collected some interesting 
flies. Mr. A. P. Morse also collected at the latter place, August 

13, 1913. 

8. The Mount Desert area. — This area is restricted to Mount 
Desert Island. The work of making a faunal list of the insects 
of Mount Desert has resulted in recording over 1000 species of 
Diptera from the island. Work was begun in 1918, and from 
July 10 to 18 the writer collected at Southwest Harbor from 
Echo Lake and Great Pond to Manset. In 1919, the work was 
confined to Bar Harbor and vicinity (including Mt. Cadillac) 
from July 16 to 30. In 1920, collecting was done at both ends 
of the island, and on the salt marshes at the "Narrows" from 
August 10 to 24; this was repeated in 1921, from June 7 to 22, 
and again in 1922, from June 16 to 28 and from September 6 to 

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Cove, "Narrows" and Southwest Harbor, from July 10 to 21, 
though most of the work was done at Salisbury Cove. During 
the smnmers of 1909 and 1912 Dr. Charles S. Minot made a 
large and interesting collection at Northeast Harbor. In July, 
1914, Professor Edward S. Morse captured the rare robber-fly, 
Pogonosoma ridingst, at Seal Harbor. In July and August, 
1921, Mr. S. N. F. Sanford collected insects at various localities, 
but chiefly at Salisbury Cove. 

9. The Lower Kennebec area. — This area includes the Ken- 
nebec River valley south from Waterville. The principal 
collector of this region is Mr. C. A, Frost, who has collected for 
a nimiber of seasons at Monmouth and the near-by town of 
Wales. Mr. E. F. Hitchings has collected at Waterville. There 
are in the Harris Collection a number of flies taken by J. W. 
Randall at Hallowell about 1835. 

10. The Southwestern Maine area. — ^This covers practically 
the Counties of Cumberland and York. The writer collected at 
Orr's Island from July 24 to 26, 1907, and at Naples, July 1, 
1913. Mr. Arthur H. Norton has collected a nimiber of flies 
near Portland. Dr. Cushman collected at Harpswell in July, 
1908, and July, 1913; Dr. G. M. Allen on Bailey's Island, August, 
1915; Miss M. L. Martin at Bridgeton in 1911, and Mr. A. B. 
Fuller at Kennebunk in 1922. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

11. TJie *^ White Mountains'^ area. — ^Although most of the 
collecting has been done on or near Mt. Washington, I am in- 
cluding in this area all of Coos County, and the northern portions 
of Carroll and Grafton Coimties as far south as Chocorua. The 
limits of what the older authors called the "White Mts." are 
somewhat vague, but usually refer to the Presidential Range. 

Mt. Washington has always been a favorite collecting groimd 
for entomologists. In the ''List of insects taken on the alpine 
region of Mt. Washington" by Mrs. Annie T. Slosson,^ about 
500 species of Diptera are recorded. Baron Osten Sacken col- 
lected in the ** White Mountains." H. K. Morrison's collection 
is all marked "White Mts.," although we know that most of his 
specimens were taken on Mt. Washington. Collections have also 
been made by Messrs. S. E. Cassino, George Dimmock, F. W. 
Dodge, S. Henshaw, A. P. Morse, F. ShernJBf, 'L. W. Swett and 
others. Mrs. Slosson has also collected a number of species at 
Franconia. 

From June 24 to 29 the writer collected at Bretton Woods 
and along the Ammonoosuc River toward Base Station, going 
to the simunit of Mt. Washington on the 30th. From July 3 
to 9, 1914, was spent at the Glen House, collecting on the Alpine 

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Garden on the 4th, at Halfway House on the 6th, and Tucker- 
man's Ravine on the 8th. July 15 to 29, 1915, was also spent at 
the Glen House, collecting at the Halfway House on the 16th, 
Alpine Garden on the 21st, and Tuckerman's Ravine on the 21st 
and 28th. June 10 to 18, 1916, was again spent at the Glen 
House, collecting on the 13th at the Halfway House. August 15, 
1916, I collected at Base Station, on the 16th at the Alpine Gar- 
den and on the 17th at the Glen House. On September 25, 
1907, Mr. Owen Bryant collected at Jackson. On several 
occasions Dr. G. M. Allen has collected a number of interesting 
species at Intervale. On September 12 and 13, Dr. J. A. Cush- 
man collected at Passaconaway and Wonalancet. During the 
summer of 1920 Mr. Walter Deane made a collection at Shel- 
bume. In 1922, Dr. Cushman collected at the Pinkham Notch 
(July 21) and at the DixviUe Notch (July 22). On July 19, 
1921, Mr. A. B. Fuller collected at Connecticut Lake. 

12. The Hanover area. — This section was selected as a collect- 
ing groimd to show the distribution of species in the Connecticut 
River valley. The area might be limited by Wells River on the 
north and White River on the south. July 4 to 6, 1908, was 
spent at Hanover where most of the collecting was done in the 
woods along Mink Brook; July 7 and 8 were spent in Norwich 
on the Vermont side of the river, collecting chiefly along Bloody 
Brook. 

13. Lake Winnepesaukee area. — This embraces the lake region 
of central New Hampshire and the upper Merrimack River 
valley. During the siunmer of 1907, Dr. G. M. Allen made an 
interesting collection of insects at Squam Lake. From Septem- 
ber 9 to 12, 1914, the writer collected at Center Harbor and 
Wolfeboro. Mr. A. P. Morse has collected at Holdemess and 
Mr. Carl Hoessler at Andover, Franklin and Belmont. 

14. The MoufU Monadnock area. — This area might include 
Cheshire and Hillsboro Counties but work has been confined 
mostly to the more elevated portions. On and around Mt. 
Monadnock is a rich collecting ground. My work there has all 
been done in the month of June, on the Jaflfrey side and along the 
*'Red Cross Trail" to the smnmit of the mountain. In 1917, I 
collected from June 15 to 28; in 1920, from June 3 to 13; and in 
1923, from June 13 to 23. All specimens collected near the 
"Inn" and "Ark" at an elevation of about 1,200 feet are labeled 
"Jaffrey." In March, 1917, Mrs. Johnson made a collection of 
the snow insects. Miss Nina G. Spaulding, of Jaffrey, has for a 
nmnber of years collected insects and captured many interesting 
species. Miss Rebecca Kite has collected a number of insects 
at the "Mountain House." In the Harris Collection are many 
species from Dublin collected by Rev. L. W. Leonard from 1828 
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described a number of new Tabanidae from there. On June 
23, 1914, 1 spent an enjoyable day, collecting with him. Alden 
F. Megrew has collected a number of species at Wilton. 

15. The Hampton area. — ^This area was made primarily to 
cover the coastal area of the State but might include the lower 
part of Strafford and Rockingham Counties. I have called it 
Hampton, the home of my friend, Mr. S. Albert Shaw, an all- 
round entomologist of the old school, who has been making a 
local collection of all orders for years and has secured many new 
and interesting species. Most of the records from this area are 
therefore his. The collection of the College of Agricultiire at 
Durham contains many Diptera which I had the privilege of 
studying several years ago. Dr. Allen has taken a few interesting 
species at Rye Beach; Dr. George Dimmock at Canobie Lake; 
and Mr. P. R. Lowry at Durham and Hill. 

VERMONT. 

16. The Lake Champlain area. — ^This applies to that section 
adjacent to the lake, having an elevation of less than 500 feet. 
In 1906, the writer collected at Biu-lington, on June 22 at *' Queen 
City Park" south of the city, and on the 23d and 24th at Ethan 
Allen Park north of the city. From June 19 to 21, 1913, 1 col- 
lected at St. Albans, chiefly in the woods and meadows north of 
the city. Dr. Cushman made a small collection at North Hero, 
June 18, 1907, and at Shoreham, July 15, 1910, and Professor 
John Barlow at Middlebury, July, 1912. 

17. The Northern ^^ Green Mountains'* area. — ^This covers the 
northern portion of the Green Mountains from the southwestern 
end of Washington County, northward. The largest collection 
from this region was that made by Mr. Owen Bryant on Bolton 
Mountain, between the town of Bolton and Mt. Mansfield, 
from July 16 to September 19, 1922. Mr. A. P. Morse collected 
on Jay Peak, July 15; Mt. Mansfield, July 21; and at Stowe, 
July 22, 1891. Dr. J. A. Cushman made a small collection at 
Coventry and Newport, June 23 and 24, 1907. On Jime 25, 1906, 
I made a small collection at MontpeUer. Philip S. Sprague 
(70-88) published a list of the insects collected on Camel's Hump. 

18. The Upper Connecticut River V alley area. — This area should 
include Caledonia and Essex Coimties, but comparatively little 
collecting has been done. The writer collected at St. Johnsbury 
from Jime 26 to 28, 1906, chiefly along the Passumpsic River. 
Dr. A. L, Melander has collected at Lyndon. 

19. The Middle ''Green Mountains'* area. — This includes the 
southeastern end of Addison and the eastern half of Rutland 
Counties. Mr. A. P. Morse collected on Killington Peak, 
August 28, 1898. The writer collected on the road up Killington 
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Beqiiaert collected a number of Diptera around Chittenden, 
August 1-15, 1916. 

20. The Mount Ascutney area, — This represents a combination 
of an isolated peak and portion of the Connecticut River valley, 
from White River to the Windham Coimty line. On July 11, 
1908, Mrs. Johnson and myself collected along the trail to the 
summit of Mt. As(tutney. Mr. W. S. Brooks also collected there, 
July 20 to 23, 1912. On July 10, 1908, I collected at Amsden, 
near Donner's Hotel and on July 13 at Windsor and at Cornish 
on the New Hampshire side of the river. A number of inter- 
esting species have been taken by Mr. A. P. Morse at Woodstock. 

21. The Lower ^^ Green MourUains^' area. — This includes all of 
Bennington and the western half of Windham Counties. In 
June, 1910 (4th to 9th) the Society sent a collecting party to Mt. 
Equinox. Dr. Allen collected small mammals, Dr. Cushman 
botanized, and the writer collected insects, many new and inter- 
esting species being obtained. The material collected around the 
base of the mountain is labeled "Manchester." From June 18 
to 24, 1915, 1 collected at Bennington, both east and west of the 
town. 

22. The BratUeboro area. — ^A Connecticut River valley area 
comprising the eastern half of Windham County. On July 14, 
1908, I collected at Dimunerston, or more strictly speaking. 
West Dmnmerston, along the West River near Black Mountain; 
on July 15, at Brattleboro, west of the city. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

23. The Berkshire area, — This area is not restricted to Berk- 
shire County, but includes the Berkshire Hills as far east as Shel- 
bume Falls and Huntington. From June 14 to 19, 1906, the 
writer collected in the vicinity of North Adams, chiefly near the 
" Cascade '' and ^riggsville. The 15th was spent on the siunmit 
of Mt. Greylock and the 20th at Cheshire. In May, 1907, Dr. 
J. A. Cushman collected a few insects while botanizing at Sheffield. 
In 1917, I again visited Mt. Greylock, going up the trail from 
Cheshire Harbor, July 25. In August, 1907, Mr. Owen Bryant 
collected at North Adams and on Mt. Greylock. To note the 
changes between spring and late siunmer, some intensive col- 
lecting was done by the writer at Chester (chiefly along Austin's 
Brook) on the following dates: August 3 to 6, 1911; May 26 
to 29 and August 7 to 9, 1912; July 24 and 25, 1913; and August 
5 and 6, 1914. Mr. Bryant also collected there August 6, 1922. 
On August 8, 1912, I collected at Washington, the highest point 
on the Boston and Albany railroad. In 1912, Dr. Cushman and 
myself made a botanical and entomological trip to the south- 
western corner of the State, collecting in the vicinity of Bashbish 
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to 16, 1915, the writer collected at Great Barrington, in the valley 
south and on the mountain east of the town. On July 24, 1917, 
I collected near the New Lenox and along the road leading to the 
top of October Mt. Mr. J. W. Beecroft has collected at Cheshire 
and Great Barrington, Mr. C. A. Frost has collected at Monter^ 
and Professor Jo£i Barlow at Peru. 

24. The Connediad River VaUey area. — ^The part of the Con- 
necticut valley within the confines of Massachusetts is especially 
interesting, for its diversified condition presents local environ- 
ments favorable to both northern and southern species. A great 
deal of entomological work has been done here. Springfield has 
for years been the home and collecting ground of Dr. George 
Dinimock. In July, 1905 (13 to 15), I had the pleasure of col- 
lecting with him near his home and on Mt. Tom. Amherst, the 
seat of the State Agricultural College, with its large collection 
and corps of workers is a ''beehive" of entomological activities. 
To Dr. H. T. Femald I am indebted for the privilege of studying 
the college collection and for other assistance. Dr. C. P. Alex- 
ander has made a special study of the Tipulidae of the valley. 
In company with Drs. Crampton and Alexander, I collected at 
Sunderland and Whately Glen, May 29 and 30, 1923. Mr. 
Stanley W. Bromley has also collected many Diptera in this 
area. Mr. Owen Bryant collected at Westfield, July 10, 1905. 
Mr. H. E. Smith collected a nimiber of interring species at 
West Springfield; Mr. F. E. Zeissig has collected at Ware and 
the writer at Williamsburg (August 7, 1911). Miss Fannie A. 
Stebbins, in her work on the "Insect Galls of Springfield and 
Vicinity," gives many records for the Cecidomyiidae. 

25. The Worcester County area. — ^This area should really be 
confined to the more elevated portions of the Coimty, but it is 
difficult to draw the line. The late Dr. F. W. Russell collected 
a number of species at Winchendon. Mr. R. T. Webber collected 
at Limenburg, Miss Susan Minns at Princeton and Mrs. EUa L. 
Horr at Worcester. The writer collected on Mt. Wachusett, 
May 30, 1914, and at Rutland, June 5 and July 9, 1915; May 
31, July 31 and September 20, 1916. Mr. Stanley W. Bromley 
has collected many interesting species at Southbridge. The 
writer has also collected there July 8 and 16, August 27 and Sep- 
tember 3, 1912-15. Dr. L. H. Taylor has collected at Petershiun, 
August, 1920. The late Millet T. Thompson's collection of in- 
sect galls is now the Society's, most of the material having been 
obtained in the vicinity of Worcester. 

26. The Essex CourUy area. — In this area I am including the 
valley of the Merrimack as far as Tyngsboro, where Mr. H. C. 
Fall has captured a nimiber of interesting flies. Beverly was 
the home of Edward Burgess, who was interested in Diptera. A 
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is in the U. 8. National Museum. Mr. A. P. Morse has collected 
at Salem, Danvers, Haggett's Pond, Plum Island and other 
places. Mr. F. H. Walker has collected at 8alem and Marble- 
head. Mr. A. B. Fuller has collected at Essex and Mr. W. S. 
Brooks at Beverly Farms. The writer has collected on the 
Ipswich River above and below North Reading, June 10; at 
Rockport, July 15, 1904, and August 28, 1913; East Gloucester 
and Briar Neck (labeled Gloucester), August 30, 1912, August 
28, 1913, May 22, 1915, July 5 to 8, 1918, and May 30, 1919. 
A small collection was also made at Coffin's Beach, May 30, 1916. 
Miss Cora H. Clarke has collected many species of gall insects 
at Magnolia. 

27. The Boston area. — ^This comprises Suffolk, the southern 
portion of Middlesex and the greater part of Norfolk Coimties, 
covering largely the valleys of the Charles and Neponset 
Rivers. It might be boimded by a line drawn from Stoneham 
to Concord and from there south to Framingham, through Hol- 
liston and Sharon to the Plymouth Coimty line. The places 
where collecting has been done are so numerous that only the 
more important ones can be mentioned, except in the case of 
rare species, then the exact locality will be given imder the species. 
Although this has been a collecting ground for entomologists 
since the days of Harris, no one has really specialized on the 
Diptera, hence older records are comparatively meager. Boston 
includes all of Suffolk Coimty; Roxbury, Dorchester, Jamaica 
Plain and Forest Hills are all within the County. The label, 
"Brookline," includes also the Chestnut Hill section around 
Hammond's Pond; Aubumdale includes the western part of 
Newton. A label, "Riverside," was first used for the portion 
adjacent to the Charles River, but was later discarded because 
there were foimd to be three other Riversides in the State. Both 
Brookline and Aubumdale have been favorite collecting grounds 
for the writer, especially during the years 1903 to 1911. Welles- 
ley is the home of Mr. A. P. Morse, who has collected there and 
in the inmiediate vicinity. At Sherborn, Mr. E. J. Smith has 
taken a number of species. Framingham is the home of Mr. 
C. A. Frost. He has collected a numt>er of new and interesting 
species during the past twenty years. Holliston, where Mr. 
Nathan Banks has recently moved, is yielding many desirable 
species. The writer has collected at Dedham, September 4, 
1908, June 3, 1909, and May 20, 1912; at Purgatory Swamp, 
near Ellis, May 24, 1912, April 21, 1913, May 11, 1914, and May 
3, 1918; also at Walpole, May 26, 1908. Sharon has been a 
favorite collecting ground, and with Dr. Cushman I have spent 
a nimiber of days there and obtained many new and interesting 
species. Another place frequently visited by the writer and 
others is the Blue Hill in Milton. It was at Milton that Harris 
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his collection are from these two places. Mr. Owen Bryant while 
in Cambridge collected a number of species at Fresh Pond. 

The work conducted by the Gipsy Moth Laboratory at Md- 
rose Highlands has greatly added to our knowledge of the Diptera 
of this region, especially of the parasitic species, and I am greatly 
indebted to those connected with the laboratory for many cour- 
tesies. To those connected with the Corn-borer Laboratory at 
Arlington, I am also indebted for many favors. Messrs. C. L. 
Anderson and G. W. Barber have collected a nimiber of inter- 
esting flies in the vicinity of Arlington and Lexington. Mr. 
L. W. Swett has collected at Bedford and Dr. R. H. Howe, Jr., 
and the writer at Concord. 

28. The Plymouth area. — This includes all of Plymouth Coimty 
and the town of Cohasset, which is a part of Norfolk County. 
The work in this area has been largely confined to the coastal 
portion from Cohasset to Manomet. Cohasset was for several 
vears the home and collecting ground of Mr. Owen Bryant and 
his intensive collecting at afl seasons of the year resulted in 
adding many new and rare species. The writer collected at 
Plymouth and Manomet, July 25 to 28, 1905, and at Scituate, 
May 15, 1915. Dr. J. A. Cushman has collected at Bridgewater 
and Manomet. Mr. W. S. Brooks has also on several occasions 
collected at Manomet and Mr. S. N. F. Sanford at Marshfield. 

29. The Cape Cod area. — ^This includes all of the land east of 
Buzzards Bay and the Cape Cod Canal. Being the most north- 
eastern portion of the Upper Austral it presents many interesting 
featiu-es bearing on distribution. In 1904 the writer collected 
at Provincetown, June 24-26; Eastham, June 27-28; Chatham, 
June 30 and July 1; Hyannisport, July 3 and 4; and Barnstable, 
July 5. Mr. A. P. Morse collected at Provincetown September 
6, 1890, and June 29 and September 4, 1891. The Marine 
Biological Laboratory has brought to Woods Hole many persons 
interested in entomology. Messrs. J. A. Cushman, C. T. Brues, 
A. L. Melander, R. C. Osborn, A. H. Sturtevant, W. M. Wheeler 
and the writer have all collected Diptera there. Dr. Cushman 
has also collected at Pocasset; Mr. E. F. Hitchings at Sandwich, 
June 19, 1908; Mr. O. Bryant at Waquoit, September 21, 1910; 
and Mr. G. W. Barber at Yarmouth. Through the kindness of 
Mr. L. D. Baker the writer made an interesting collection at 
Wellfleet, August 13-18, 1919. 

30. The Nantucket area. — ^This includes the islands of Nan- 
tucket, Tuckernuck and Muskeget. The insect fauna of the 
islands has not been studied thoroughly, but many interesting 
species of Diptera have been obtained by several collectors. 
Doctors G. M. Allen, J. A. Cushman and H. T. Femald have 
collected on Nantucket at various times. Mr. A. P. Morse 
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August 27, 1921; and the writer August 8, 1918. Dr. Allen 
also collected on Tuckemuck, July 21, 1910; and Dr. Cushman, 
August 6, 1909. Mr. W. S. Brooks collected a number of Dip- 
tera on Muskeget, July 7, 1916 and July, 1924. 

31. The Martha's Vineyard area, — This should comprise all 
of Duke's County but work has been confined to Martha's 
Vineyard, although an exhaustive study of the insect faima is 
yet to be made. Dr. J. A. Cushman, while collecting fossils at 
Gay Head in 1904 and botanizing in 1911, collected a number of 
insects at North Tisbury, July 20-21, and at Chilmark, August 
14r-17. The writer collected at Edgartown, Jime 28 and 29, 1910, 
August 22 and 23, 1912, and at Oak Bluflf, June 13, 1917. Mr. 
A. P. Morse has collected at West Chop, July 4 and August 5, 
1893. 

32. The Bristol County area. — This includes the entire Coimty, 
but collecting has been mostly confined to the southern half, 
which yields many austral species. Dr. Gary de N. Hough made 
a most interesting collection of Diptera at New Bedford and 
Horse Neck Beach between 1894 and 1900, and published a 
nimiber of valuable papers. Mr. N. S. Easton has collected a 
number of species in the vicinity of Fall River. In company 
with Mr. Easton the writer has collected at Horse Neck Beach, 
July 30; Westport Factory, July 31, 1913; and near Fall River, 
July 12, 1916. Dr. J. A. Cushman and Mr. S. N. F. Sanford 
have also collected at Fall River and Mr. H. M. Holt at Goose- 
berry Neck. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

33. The Rhode Island area. — For convenience it seems best to 
include the entire State, although east of the Sakonnet River 
would more naturally belong to the Bristol County area. I 
have studied the large collection made by Professor John Barlow 
at Kingston. The writer has collected at Buttonwoods, July 25, 
1911, and June 12-22, 1912; Washington, June 19, and Apponaug, 
June 21, 1912; Tiverton, July 31, 1913, and July 12, 1916; New- 
port, June 5; and Wickford, Jime 9, 1914. Newport is the type 
locality for several species collected by Baron Osten Sacken. 
Through the kindness of Mr. Howard L. Clark I had an oppor- 
timity of collecting at Bristol, June 20, 21, 1918. 

CONNECTICUT. 

34. The Litchfield area. — This area includes the upper portion 
of Litchfield County, northward of the towns of Litchfield and 
Kent, having a general elevation of over a thousand feet. Dr. 
W. M. Wheeler has collected a large number of interesting species 
at Colebrook. Mr. K. F. Chamberlain has collected some 
Diptera at Cornwall, Mr. L. B. Woodruff at Litchfield and Mr. 
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for determination from Dr. W. E. Britton, collected at Salisbury 
and Chapinville. The area is interesting as being the southern 
limit of distribution of many boreal species. 

35. The Connecticut area. — ^This includes all of the State ex- 
^pt the area above described. Through the kindness of Dr. 
W. E. Britton I have studied the collection of the Connecticut 
Agricultural Experiment Station, made by members of the staff 
and others in various parts of the State. The writer has collected 
at Darien and Rowa3rton, August 4-5, 1908; Jime 16-17, 1909; 
Jime 10-11, 1912; May 27, 1913; and Jime 12, 1915; also at 
Winnipauk, Jime 12 and August 4; Danbury, Jime 15, 1909; 
Middletown, June 17, 1909; and New Haven and Mt. Carmel, 
June 11, 1914. Dr. Geo. Dimmock has collected at SufSeld, 
Dr. W. Marchand at Farmington, and Mr. A. P. Morse at 
Stamford. 

Acknowledgments. 

To those who have aided in furnishing material for study and 
whose names are mentioned in the descriptions of areas, I here 
wish to extend my sincere thanks. In the work of determining 
species and solving the many problems in nomenclature I am 
greatly indebted to the following co-workers: Dr. J. M. Aldrich, 
Dr. C. P. Alexander, Dr. E. P. Felt, Dr. 0. A. Johannsen, Dr. 
A. L. Melander, Dr. J. D. Tothill, Dr. C. L. Metcalf. Dr. A. H. 
Sturtevant, Prof. C. T. Brues, Prof. J. S. Hine, Mr. E. T. Cresson, 
Jr., Mr. M. C. Van Duzee, Mr. J. R. Malloch, Mr. C. H. Curran, 
Mr. F. R. Cole, Mr. N. Banks, Mr. A. Spulzer, Mr. R. C. Shannon, 
Mr. H. W. Allen, Mr. S. W. Bromley and Mr. L. S. West. 



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DIPTERA. 

NEMATOCERA. 

Tantdebidab. 

Protoplasa Osten Sacken. 

P. fitchii Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington carriage-road, 3000 ft. (L. W. SweU). 

Pttchoptbridab. 

Ptychoi»tera Meigen. 

P. rufodncta Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 12-July 21. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 20-Aug. 8. 

Bittacomorpha Westwood. 'Thantom Crane-flies." 

B. davipes (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1,5,6,8. N.H.— 11,14,15. Vt.— 17,18. June 10-Aug. 25. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 13-Sept. 6. 

BittacomorpheUa Alexander, 16-545. 

B. jonesi (Johnson), 05-75. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 17, 18. June 27-Aug. 25. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. May 30-Aug. 3. 

Anisopodidab. 
Trichocerinab. 

Trichocera Meigen. 
T. bimacula Walker. 
Me. — . 
Mass.- 27, 28, 32. Conn.—. Oct. 15-Nov. 14. 

T. brumalis Fitch. 

Me.— 1 (Woodland, Dec. 17, Nylander). N. H.— Jaffrey, Mar. 9. 
Mass. — ^Forest Hills, Nov. 11; Arlington, Feb. 17; lyi^gsboro, 
Oct. 26 (Fall). Conn.— New Haven, Nov. 20 (Viereck). 

T. gracilis Walker. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

T. regelationis (Linn^). 
Me. — 6, 7. June 1-July 15. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 32. Mar. 30-Dec. 8. 

This species was determined by Coquillett from specimens bred 
from spoiled potatoes, June 1, 1907 {Edith M. Patch). 

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Anisopodikab. 
Anlsoput Magen, 1803 (Rhyj)hu$ LatreOle, 1804). 

A. altemattis (Say). 

Me.— 4, 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 8— Aug. 29. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 14— Aug. 2. 

A. fenestralis (Scopoli). 

Mb.— 9, 6. N. H.— 11, 15. June 15. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 3-Oct. 2. 

A. punctatos (Fabricius). 

Me.— 2, 6. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. July 8-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 7- 
Oct. 5. 

AxnrniNAB. 

Azymyia McAtee, 21-49. 

A. furcata McAtee, 21-49 (Eupeitenus ater Coquillett (09-106), 

notMacquart). 
Mass.— Mt. Toby, May 17, 1924 {Alexander, 24-115). 

Mtcetobiinab. 
MycetobU Meigen. 
M. divergens Walker. 

Me.— Gardiner. N. H.— Hanover, July 6, 1908. 
Mass.— Cambridge, July 28. Conn. — ^Hartford. 

TiPULiDAE. The Crane-flies. 

Genuiomyia Haliday. 

G. canadensis (Westwood). 

N. H. — Glen House, June 18. 

Mass. — Cohasset, July 15-Aug. 20 (Bryant). Conn. — . 

6. distincta Doane. 

Mass. — New Bedford. Conn. — . 

G. rostrata (Say). 

Me.— 1, 2. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. Aug. 15-25. 
Mass.— 25, 24, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 17- 
Sept. 21. 

6. diversa Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Orono, Sept. 7, 1913 (Alexander). 

Mass.— Whately Glen, May 23, 1923 (Alexander). 

Discobola Osten Sacken. 
D. argus (Say). 
Me.— 1, 2, 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17. June 21- 

Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. June 6-Sept. 27. 



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Rhipidia Meigen. 

R. bryanti Johnson, 09-123. 
Mb.— Orono, Jime 30 (Alexander). 
Mass.— CoAas«6<, June 30-J\ily 20 (Bryant). 

R. maculata Meigen. 

Me.— 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18. June 

21-Oct. 22. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. July 12-Oct. 8. 

R. domestica Osten Sacken. 

Conn.— East River, Aug. 20, 1912 (Ely, Dietz Coll.). 

R. fidelis Osten Sacken. 

Vt. — ^Norwich, July 8; Amsden, July 10. 

Mass.— Oohasset, June 20 (Bryant). Conn. — Rowayton, Jime 

16. 

Dicranomyia Stepheik 
D. badia (Walker). 

Mb. — Orono, June 10 (Alexander). Vt. — Dununerston, July 4. 
Mass. — ^Whately Glen, May 6, Oct. 1 (Alexander). R. I.— 

Tiverton, July 31. Conn. — (Qsten Sacken). 

D. bninnea Doane. 

Mass. — Nantucket; Tuckernuck Isl. July 31. 

D. brevivena Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — ^Leverett, Oct. 8; Goshen, Sept. 21 (Alexander). 

D. gladiator Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Capens, July 21 ; Mt. Desert, July 24. 

Mass. — Cohasset, June 19 (BryarU) ; Eastham, June 27. 

D. g^obithoraz Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 22 (Alexander). N. H.— White Mts.; 

Hampton, Sept. 10 (Shaw). 
Mass.— Cohasset, June 19; Whately Glen, May 22; Goshen, 

Sept. 21 (Alexander). 

D. haeretica Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 8-July 27. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 1-Oct. 31 . 

D. halterata Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — Orono, Sept. 17 (Alexander). N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. 

Slosson). 
Mass. — . 

D. immodesta Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 6, 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 18, 22. July 8- 

Sept. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. Conn.—. May 29-Oct. 1. 



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20 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

D. liberta Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6. 8. N. H — 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 18. June 1-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 14r-Sept. 21. 

D. longipennis (Schummel). 

Mb.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16. June 16-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 28. R. I.— 83. Conn.—. June 14r-Sept. 5. 

D. moniliformis Doane. 
Mass. — ^Nantucket. 

D. morioides Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — ^Bar Harbor, June 13; Orono, June 10-July 8 (Alexander). 

Mass. — Simderland, May 29 (Alexander), 

D. pubipennis Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— Mt. Desert, July 30; Orono, July 8 (Alexander). N. H.— 

Jafifrey, June 14. 
Mass.— East Walpole, May 26; Mt. Toby, July 10; Goshen, 

June 4. 

D. pudica Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — Orono, June 8 (Alexander). N. H. — Mt. Washington; 

Hampton, Jime 6 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Auburndale, July 22. 

D. rostrifera Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 28, 1913 (Herbert Osbom). 

D. simulans (Walker). 

Mb.—. N. H.— U. Vt.— 16, 17. Aug. 25-Sept. 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 6-Oct. 1. 

D. stulta Osten Sacken. 

N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass.— Mt. Toby, July 10, 1923 (Alexander) 

LimonU Meigen, 1803 {Limnobia Meigen, 1818). 

L. cinctipes (Say). 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 10. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 17. May 10-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 9. 

L. immatura (Osten Sacken). 

Me.—. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 17. May 25-Sept. 19. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 18-Oct. 22. 

L. indigena (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 1, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. June 2— 

July 26. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 23-Sept. 29. 

L. maculacosta (Coquillett), 05-57. 
Vt.— Bolton Mt., July 27, 1922 (Bryant). 



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L. hudsonica (Osten Sacken). 

Mb.— 7, 8, 9, 10. Vt.— 16, 20. June 20-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 27. Aug. 8-16. 

L. parietina (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17. Aug. 26-Sept. 15. 

Mass,— 24. Sept. 16. 

L. solitaria (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 21. 

June 8-Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. May 29-Sept. 11. 

L. triocellata (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 19. July 12- 

Aug. 27. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. July 15-Sept. 16. 

The larva lives in fungus, see Psyche, vol. 13, p. 2, 1906. 

L. tristigma (Osten Sacken). 

Mb.— 1,6,8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 22. July 14r-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 28. July 27-Aug. 8. 

Bhumpliidia Meigen. 

R. flavipes Macquart. 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 23-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 85. May 23-Aug. 23. 

R. mainensis Alexander, 16-498. 
Me.— Orono, June 12 (Alexander) . 

Elephantomyia Ogten Sacken. 

E. westwoodi Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1, 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 21. June 5-July 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 16-Aug. 16. 

Tozorhina Loew. 

T. muliebris (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. Vt.— 20, 22. July 9-Aug. 5. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 9- 
July 14. 

Atarba Osten Sacken. 

A. picticomis (Osten Sacken). 
N. H. — ^Hampton {Shaw). 

Mass. — Sandwich, June 19 (Hitchings); Mt. Toby, July 10 
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AntodiA Osten Sacken. 

A. opalizans Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1, 4, 5, 6, 10. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 17, 20, 21. June 

4-Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn,— 35. May 17-Sept. 6. 

A. sazicola Osten Sacken. 

Vt. — ^Manchester, June 5-10. 

Mass. — Conway, Sept. 16, 1922 (Alexander). 

Dknnoptycha Osten Sacken. 

D. germana Osten Sacken. 

N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 27; Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Vt. — ^Dmnmerston, July 14. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 (Bryant); Bashbish Falls, June 28. 

Tenchokbis Osten Sacken. 

T. compleza Osten Sacken. 

Conn.— East River, July 9, 1910 (Ely). 

Chkmea Dalman. 

C. valga Harris. The Wingless Snow-midge. 

Mb. — ^Woodland, Dec-Jan. (Nylander). N. H. — ^Mt. Monad- 
nock, 3000 ft., Jan. 16 (Emerton); Jaflfrey, Feb. 22-Mar. 14 
(Mrs. C. W. JoAfwon) ; Jackson, Feb. 20 (Emerton). 

Mass. — Maiden {Hemhaw)\ Framingham, Jan. 19 (Frost); 
Phillipston, Dec. 29 (H. H. Shepard). 

Cladura Osten Sacken. 

C. flavofemsginea Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 1. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. Aug. 2fr-0ct. 5. 

Mass.— 23, 24. Sept. 11-Oct. 1. 

C. delicatula Alexander, 14r-589. 

N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). Vt.— Bolton Mt., Aug. 25 
(Bryant); Killington Peak, Aug. 27. 

Rhabdomastii: Sknse. 

R. (Sacandaga) flava Alexander, 11-351 and 19-904. 
Vt. — ^Dummerston, July 14, 1908. 

Gonomyia Meigen. 
6. blanda Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Hampton, July 10-15 (Shaw) . Vt.— Biu-lington, June 23. 
Conn.— East River, July 1&-20 (Ely). 

6. cognatella Osten Sacken. 

Conn.— East River, July 5, 1910 (Ely). 

G. florens Alexander, 16-317. 
Me. — Orono, July 12 (Alexander). 



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G. mainencds Alexander, 19-163. 

Me.— F^. Kent, Aug. 29, 1913 {Alexander). 

G. manca Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Conway, Sept. 16, 1922 (Alexander). 

G. subcinerea Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1,3, 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 22. June 8-Sept. 7, 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 17-Aug. 13. 

G. sulphurella Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 9. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 20. July 8-Sept. 5. 

Mass.— 24. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 29-Sept. 23. 

Cryptolabris Osten Sacken. 

C. paradoxa Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 3, 4. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 20. July 6-Aug. 22. 

Mass. — ^27. July 7. 

Helobia St. Fargeau et Serville. 

H. hybrida (Meigen). 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18. May 11- 

Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 3-Aug. 30. 

Molophflus Curtis. 
M. comatos Doane. 

Me. — . 

M. cramptoni Alexander, 24-61. 

Mass. — ^Amherst, June 5, 1924 (Alexander). 

M. forcipula Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. July 12-26. 

Mass.— 27. 

M. hirtipennis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Apr. 29-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 26-July 20. 

M. pub^nnis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 22. July 14-Aug. 31. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. June 5-Aug. 9. 

M. ursinus Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 22. N. H.— Hampton, April 27 (Shaw). 

Erioptera Meigen. 

Subgenus Erioptera Meigen. 

E. chlorophylla Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 26-Aug. 5. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33'. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 10. 



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B. chrysocoma Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 22. June 19- 

July29. 
Mass.— 23, 27. June 6-Aug. 9. 

B. septentrionis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11. June 10-Aug. 5. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 19-Sept. 5. 

B. straminea Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11. Julyl4r-22. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-June 20. 

E. vespertina Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Orono, June 10; Capens, July 18. N. H. — Glen House, 

June 15. Vt. — Burlington, June 24. 
Mass. — Amherst, May 17 {Alexander). Conn. — . 

Subgenus Aeyphona Osten Sacken. 

E. armillaris Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18, 20, 22. June 30-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, Conn.—. June 19-Aug. 9. 

B. venusta Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— 12. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 21, 22. June 6-July 1. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 6-Sept. 20. 

Subgenus HoplolabU Osten Sacken. 

E. armata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 17, 19. June 6-Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 23i 24. Conn.— 35. May 17-29. 

Subgenus MeaocypJuma Osten Sacken. 

E. caloptera Say. 

Me.— 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 22. June 5- 

July 20. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 25- 

Sept. 5. 

E. needhami Alexander, 18-383. 

Me.— 6, 7. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 16, 21. June 6-July 22. 

Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. June 20-July 10. 

E. parva Osten Sacken. 
Conn. — . 

Subgenus Empeda Osten Sacken. 

B. nyctops Alexander, 16-503. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 10. N. H. — Glen House, June 15. 



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E. stigmatica Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— Orono, June 6-12 {Alexander). N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. 
Sloason). 

Mass. — ^Auburndale, Aug. 9; Brookline, May 25; Amherst, May 
17 (Alexander). 

Gno^omyia Osten Sacken. 

6. tristissiina Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6,8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. July 10-Aug. 5. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Apr. 24-Aug. 20. 

Trimicra Osten Sacken. 

T. anomala Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 15 (BryarU); Nantucket, July 20; 

Rockport, Aug. 28. R. I. — ^Newport, June 5, Aug. and Sept. 

(Osten Sacken) ; Buttonwoods, June 17. 

Ormosia Rondani. 

O. adirondacensis Alexander, 19-145. 

Mass.- Whately Glen, June 10, 1924 (Alexander). 

O. arcuata (Doane), 08-201. 

Me. — Orono, May 10-July 5 (Alexander). 

Mass. — ^Amherst, Apr. 30-May 14 (Alexander). 

O. deviata Dietz, 16-143. 
Mb. — Orono, June 5-8, 1913 (Alexander). 
Mass. — ^Amherst, June 5; Lake May, Berkshire Co., Aug. 24 
(Alexander). 

O. dentifera Alexander, 19-144. 

Me. — Orono, June 5-10, 1913 (Alexander). 

O. femaldi Alexander, 24-116. 

Mass. — ^North Amherst, May 5, 1924 (Alexander). 

O. innocens (Osten Sacken). 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — ^Amherst, May 2-14 (Alexander). 

O. luteola Dietz, 16-138. 

Mb. — Orono, July 29; Houlton, Aug. 24 (Alexander), 

Conn.— East River, Aug. 19, 1911 (Ely). 

O. meigenii Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. May 21-June 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24. May 20-29. 

O. monticola Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Aug. 14-Sept. 26. 

Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. Aug. 24-Sept. 5. 



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O. nigripila Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— Orono and Pryeburg, Sept- 5-7 (Alexander). N. H.— 

Franoonia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — ^Tyngsboro, June 1 (Fall); Sunderland; Mt. Toby and 

Leverett, May 27-Sept. 10 (Alexander). 

O. nimbipennis Alexander, 17-24. 
Mb. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 21 (Alexander). 

Mass. — Lake May, Berkshire Co., Aug. 24; Mt. Toby, Sept. 
(Alexander). 

O. notmanni Alexander, 20-225. 

Mass.— North Amherst, May 3-24; Mt. Toby, May 20 (Alex- 
ander). 

O. nubUa (Osten Sacken). 

Mb.— 1, 2. N. H.— 11. Aug. 17-21. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 32. May 1-Sept. 6. 

O. pygmaea (Alexander), 12-166 and 19-911 (0. pilosaDieiz). 
Me.— 1, 2, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 8-Aug. 31. 
Conn.— 35. May 24. 

O. rubella (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 6. N.H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 5-8. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Aug. 24-Sept. 25. 

UU Haliday. 
n. elegans Osten Sacken. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— Mt. Washington, July; Fran- 

conia (Mrs. Slossan). Vt. — ^Manchester, June 8. 
Mass.— Brookline, Aug. 23; Essex, May 16 (Fuller). 

n. paupera Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 8, and Ft. Kent, Aug. 25 (Alexander). 

Mass.— Whately Glen, May 6-29 (Alexander). 

Xnomorpha Osten Sacken. 

n. pilosella Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 12 (Alexander) ; Ellsworth, July 26 (Sianwood). 

Mass. — Sunderland, May 27 (Alexander). 

Adel^omyia Bergroth. 

A. americana Alexander, 12-829. 

Me. — Houlton, Aug. 24 (Alexander). 

Mass. — Mt. Toby; Leverett and Conway, Sept. 5-16 (Alexander). 

A. cajruga Alexander, 12-831. 
Me.— Orono, Sept. 7 (Alexander). 

Mass. — Lake May; Mt. Toby and Leverett, Aug. 24-Sept. U 
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A. minuta Alexander, 11-287. 

Mb. — Orono, June 14 (Alexander). N. H. — ^Jaflfrey, June 21. 

Mass. — ^Amherst and Sunderland, May 23-30 {Alexander). 

Epiphngma Osten Sacken. 

E. fascipennis (Say). 

Mb.— 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 21. June 

4-July 14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R, I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 16. 

Linmophlla Maoquart. 

Subgenus LaHonuutiz Osten Sacken. 

L. macrocera (Say). 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 17, 20. June 12- 

Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. R. L— 33. Conn.—. May 29-Aug. 16. 

L. teniiicomis Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 10 {Alexander). N. H. — ^White Mts., July. 
Mass. — ^North Adams, June 18; Amherst and Sunderland, May 
23-27 {Alexander). 

Subgenus Idioptera Maoquart. 

L. fasciolata Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 12 {Alexander). N. H. — ^Jafifrey, Jime 15, 

1923. 
Mass. — . 

Subgenus LimnopkUa Maoquart. 

L. adtista Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 7-July 12. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May27-Sept.l6. 

L. alleni Johnson, 04-126. 

N. K.— Intervale, June 17, 1904 {0. M. AUm). 

L. areolata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 7,8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 10-July 20. 

Mass.— 23, 24. May 23-Jime 10. 

L. brevifarca Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 10 {Alexander). N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. 

Slossan) ; Mt. Washmgton, July 4. 
Mass.— Sunderland and Whately Glen, May 23-29 {Alexander). 

L. contempta Osten Sacken. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 35. June 6-July 10. 

L. imbecilla Osten Sacken. 
Mass. — North Adams, June 18. 



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L. inomata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. June 10-20. 

Mass.— 24, 27. R. I.— 33. May 25-June 9. 

L. lenta Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 17-Aug. 19. • 

Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 36. June 22-Sept. 4. 

L. lutea Doane. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. May 21-July 12. 

Mass.— 26, 27. May 22-June 1. 

L. luteipennis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16. June 10-22. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. May 17-Sept. 4. 

L. marchandi Alexander, 16-118. 

Mass. — Stoneham (Blackburn). Conn. — FarmingUmf June 7, 
1914 (Dr. R. W. Marchand). 

L. niveitarsis Osten Sacken. 

Mass.— Mt. Toby, 600 ft., June 1, 1924 (Alexander). 

L. nigripleura Alexander and Leonard, 14-592. 
Me.— Orono, July 29; Mt. Desert, July 21-24. 
Mass. — Conway, May 27 (AUxarlder). 

L. noveboracensis Alexander, 11-196. 

Me. — Orono, July 29-Aug. 5; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 22 (Alexander)] 

Ellsworth, Aug. 18; Portland, Aug. 14. 
Conn, — ^East River, July 4r-Aug. 11 (Ely). 

L. quadrata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 10-July 21. 

Mass.— 27. June 28. 

L. recondita Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 21. June4-July2L 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29. Conn.—. May 30-Aug. 22. 

L. stanwoodae Alexander, 14-595. 
Me.— Ellsworth, June 21, July 23. 

L. Sylvia Alexander, 16-534. 

Mass. — Sunderland, May 27; Amherst, June 5 (Alexander). 

L. tenuipes (Say). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16. June 19-July 11. 

Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-Sept. 14. 

L. tozoneura Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Capens, July 11; Eastport, July 14; Mt. Desert, July 12. 

N. H.— Jaflfrey, June 27. 
Mass. — Lake May, Berkshire Co., July 14 (Alexander). 



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L. ultima Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — ^Easton, Aug. 26 (Alexander). N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. 

Slosson). 
Mass. — Amherst, May 7, 1924 {Alexander). 

Subg^us Ephdia Schiner. 

L. ^prilina Osten Sacken. 

N. H. — Franconia. Vt. — ^Brattleboro, July 15; Dummerston, 

July 14. 
Mass. — ^North Adams, June 20; Whately Glen and Mt. Toby, 

May 23, July 10 {Alexander). R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 25, 

1912. 

L. johnsoni Alexander, 14-591. 

N. H.—BretUm Woods, June 23, 1913* 

Subgenus Dieranaphragma Osten Sacken. 

L. fuscoyaria Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 21. 

June 6-July 29. 
Mass.— 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 29-Aug. 9. 

Subg^us PrUmolabiB Osten Sacken. 

L. munda Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — ^Mt. Desert, July 12. N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); 

Mt. Washington, 2000-4000 ft., July 6; Bretton Woods, June 

28. 

L. nifibasis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4,6,7,8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 21. June 4-July 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 6-June 
15. 

L. poetica Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Milton, May 18; Brookline, May 23; Beverly, May 23 
{Burgess). 

L. unica Osten Sacken. 

Mb. — ^Waterville, June 20; Orono, larva. May 4 {Alexander). 

N. H.— White Mts. 
Mass. — Conway, May 27 {Alexander). 

L. novaeang^e Alexander, 14-594. 

Mb. — EUsworlh, July 9-Aug. 10 {Stanwood). 

L. osbomi Alexander, 14-596. 

Mb. — Phair, Aug. 26; Bangor Bog, near Orono, Aug. 30. 

L. montana Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 12-July 15. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 3-29. 

L. consimilis Dietz, 21-255. 

Conn. — East River, June, 1911 {Ely). 



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L. subcostata (Alexander), 11-288 and 19-919. 

N. H.— Jafifrey, June 21; Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., June 18. 

Mass. — Sunderland, May 27-30; Claremont, June 4 (Alexander). 

Hexatoma Latreille. 

H. megacera Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Conway, May 27 (Alexander). Conn. — Chapinville, 
May 26, 1904 (BriUon). 

Penthopteni Schiner. 

P. albitarsis Osten Sacken. 
Vt. — ^Brattleboro, July 15. 

Mass.— Plymouth, July 28; Chester, Aug. 5; Mt. Toby, July 10 
(Alexander). Conn. — New London. 

Briocera Maoquart. 

E. brachycera Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 21. N. H.— White Mts.; Bretton Woods, 

June 26. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7. 

E. spinosa (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 3. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 22. June 26-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23. 

E. longicomis (Walker). 

Me. — . N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 24; Jafifrey, June 20. 

Mass.—. Conn.— Oxford, May 21 (Brittan). 

E. fuliginosa Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Hampton, July 16 (Shaw). 

Pedicia Latreille. 
P. albivitta Walker. 
Me.— 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 20. July 9- 

Sept. 4. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. Aug. 8-Sept. 11. 

P. contermina Walker. 

Mb.— Traveler Mt., July 29 (Cushman). N. H.— Mt. Monad- 
nock (Miss Kite). Vt.— Bolton Mt., July 16-Aug. 27 (Bry- 
ant). 

Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 3. 

Tricyphona Zetterstedt. 

T. auripennis (Osten Sacken). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson) ; Bretton Woods, Jime 25. 

Mass. — . 

T. autumnalis Alexander, 17-30. 
Me.— 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10. Aug. 3-Sept. 4. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Aug. 24-Oct. 1. 



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T. calcar (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 21. May 

20-Sept. 13. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. May 26-Oct. 1. 

T. hyperborea (Osten Sacken). 

N. H. — Camp of Cambridge Entomological Club, near the [Half- 
way House, Mt. Washington, July 21, 1875 (Dimmock). 

T. inconstans (Osten Sacken). 

Mb.— 1, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. May 

26-Aug. 29. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 2-Aug. 

10. 

T. katahdin Alexander, 14-598. 

Mb.— ML Katahdin, Aug. 22 (Alexander); EUsworlh, Aug. 26, 
Sept. 1 (Stanwood), 

T. macateei Alexander, 19-166. 

Mass. — Sharon, May 26; Blue Hill, June 6; North Amherst, 
Whately Glen and Sunderland, May 5-30 (Alexander). 

T. vemalis (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 10-July 25. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. May 26-June 18. 

Dicranota Zetterstedt. 

D. eucera Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — ^Amherst, Apr. 30-May 3, 1924 (Alexander). 

D. iowa Alexander, 20-78 (D. noveboracensia Johnson, 22-22, 

not Alexander, 14-600). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 to 5000 ft., July 8-21. 

D. pallida Alexander, 14-599. 
N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). 

D. rivularis Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — ^Whately Glen, May 6 (Alexander). 

Rhi^hidolabis Osten Sacken. 

R. cayuga Alexander, 16-543. 

Me. — . 

Mass. — ^Amherst, May 3-14 (Alexander). 

R. confusa Alexander, 24-63. 

Mass. — ^Mt. Toby, May 20 (Alexander). 

R. flaveola Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 1, 3, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20. June 10-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 24. June 5. 

R. modesta (Osten Sacken). 
N. H.— White Mts. 



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R. rubescens Alexander, 16-544. 
Mass.— Mt. Toby, Sept. 11 (Alexander). 

R. tenuipes Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 31 (AUzander). 

R. forceps Alexander, 24-63. 
MASS.-^underland, May 30 {Alexander). 

Triogma Schiner. 

T. ezciilpta Osten Sacken. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 20 {Shaw). 

Mass. — Framingham, May 26 {Frost); Amherst, May 19 {Alex- 
ander). 

Phalacrocera Schiner. 

P. tipulina Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 9-July 22. 

Cylindrotoma Macquart. 

C. americana Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Capens, July 11. N. H. — ^Mt. Washington, "Tuckennan 
Ravine," July 28; Bretton Woods, June 28. 

Liogma Osten Sacken. 

L. nodicomis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 17, 21. June 

5-July 25. 
Mass. — ^23. Conn. — . June 15-8. 

DoUchopezA Curtis. 

D. americana Needham, 08-211. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 13-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 27. June 11-July 11. 

OxopezA Needham, OS-211. 

O. sayi Johnson, 09-34. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 22. June 25- 

July 17. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 31. Conn.— 35. June 11-July 17. 

O. albipes Johnson, 09-121. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 22. July 15-21. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. June 7-Aug. 7. 

O. subalbipes Johnson, 09-121. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, June 16* 

O. similis Johnson, 09-119. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, June 13-20. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Jime 4. 



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O. dorsalis Johnson, 09-119. 

Mb. — Capens, July 14; Machias, July 25; Mt. Desert, June 11- 
July 17. 

O. venosa Johnson, 09-120. 

Me.— 4, 7. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 18. June 27-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. May 29-June 18. 

O. obscura Johnson, 09-122. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13. Vt.— 17, 22. June 19- 

Aug. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. June 18-Aug. 10. 

O. obscura var. polita Johnson, 09-122. 
N. H.— 11, 12. July 5-20. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27. June 28-Aug. 8. 

Tanyptara Latreille (Xiphvra BruHe), 

T. frontalis (Osten Sacken). 

N. H.— 11, 14. June 9-July 4. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 9-June 15. 

T. topazina (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 5-24. 

Mass.— 23. June 8-14. 

T. fumipennis (Osten Sacken). 

N. H. — ^Hampton (Stiaw), 

Mass.— "The Notch," South Amherst, May 27. Conn.— 

Hamden, May 25 {Champlain) ; South Meriden, May 28 (H. L. 

Johnson). 

Ctenophora Mdgen. 

C. apicata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 6, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 28-July 30. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 12-Aug. 22. 

C. nubecula (Osten Sacken). 

Mass. — ^Wellesley; Dorchester, June. Conn. — Rowayton, June 
16. 

Stygoropis Loew. 
S. fuscipennis Loew. 

Me.— 8. Vt.— 16, 20. June 24-Aug. 18. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. June 21-Aug. 23. 

Longitrio Loew. 
L« testacGus Loew 
Me.— Boothbay Harbor, July 26, 1924 (G. M. AUen). N. H.— 

White Mts. {Mormon), U. S. Nat. Mus. 
Mass.— Savoy^ July 17, 1919 (Dr. W. E. BritUm). 



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N^farotoniA Meigen (PachyHdna Maoquart). 

N. eucera (Loew). 

Mb.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. June 3-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 4-15. 

N. euceroides Alexander. 

Mass.— South Hadley, June 5, 1923 (J. C. Pearson). 

N. femsginea (Fabricius). 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8. 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 20. 

June 5-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 2fr-Sept. 1. 

N. incurva (Loew). 

Me.— 8,9. N. H.— 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 22. June 11-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 1-Aug. 10. 

N. lugens (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 9-29. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 24-Sept. 4. 

N. macrocera (Say). 

N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 22. June 21-July 21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 1-July 26. 

N. macrocera virgata (Dietz), 21-260. 
Me.— Casco Bay, July, 1913 {Dietz). 

N. pedunculata (Loew). 

Me.— 7,8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 21-July 22. 

Mass.— 27. July 19. 

H. polymera (Loew). 

N. H.— Hanover, July 5. Vt.— Norwalk, July 7; Woodstock, 

Aug. 26 (Morse). 
Mass.— Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 (Bryatd). 

H. penumbra Alexander, 15-467. 

N. H.—Half-^ay House, Mt. Washington, July 6, 1914, and 16, 
1915. 

H. punctum (Loew). 

Me.—. N. H.— 11, 15. June 20. 

Mass.— 27, 28. R. I.— 33. June 17-July 15. 

H. sodalis (Loew). 

N. H. — ^Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

H. tenuis (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 18, 20, 21, 22. June 

27-Aug. 7. 
Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 13-Aug. 9. 



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N. yirescens (Loew). 

N. H.— 15. June 20. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. July 3-Sept. 5. 

N. vittula (Loew). 

Me.— 1,4, 7. N. H.— 11. July 9-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 26,27. Aug. 17-27. 

N. xanfhostigma (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. June 8-Aug. 

25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 1-Aug. 9. 

Tlpula Liim6. 
Subgenus Cindotipula Alexander, 1&-469. 
T. algonquin Alexander, 15-469. 
Me.— Northeast Harbor, Aug. 29-Sept. 6 (Dr. C. S. Minot). 

N. H.— Mt. Monadnock. Vt.— Bolton, Aug. 25 {BryarU). 
Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 31; Princeton, Aug. 25. 

T. tmimaculata Loew. 

Me. — ^Bridgton, Aug. 10. Vt. — ^Bolton, Aug. 25 (Bryant). 
Mass.— Gloucester, Aug. 30, 1912; Mt. Toby, Sept. 11 (Alex- 
ander). 

T. unifasciata Loew. 

Mass. — Mt. Toby, Sept. 10, and Bear Mt., Holyoke Range, 
Sept. 14 (AlexavLder). 

Subgenus TrichoUTpvla Alexander, 15-468. 
T. oropezoides Johnson, 09-131. 
Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 8-Aug. 29. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. May 28-Sept. 

Subgenus Tijnda Linn6. 
T. abdominalis Say. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17. June 29-Sept. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. June 15-Sept. 10. 

T. angulata Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 11-July 15. 

Mass.— 23. June 27. 

T. angustipennis Loew. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 13, 15. May 25-July 17. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 21-May 
29. 

T. annulicomis Say, cf (T. jejuna Johnson, 09-132, 9 ). 
Mass.— Wellesley, July 18 (Morse); Blue Hill, July 16; Sharon, 
Aug. 3. Conn. — . 

T. appendiculata Loew. 

N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosaon). 



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T. apicalis (Loew). 

Me.— 4, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. June 21-July 25. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 29-Aug. 8. 

T. balioptera Loew. 

Mb. — Southwest Harbor, June 21, 1921; Northeast Harbor, June 
26, 1909 (Dr. C. S. Minoi). 

Mb.— 7, 8, 9. * N. H.— 15. May 20-July 21. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 9- 
Sept. 12. 

T. bicomis Forbes. 

Me. — ^Mt. Desert, June 21. N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 27. 

Vt. — ^Manchester, June 5. 
Mass. — ^Mt. Greylock, June 15; Danvers, June 8 {WinkUy)\ 

Dorchester, June 7. 

T. caloptera Loew. 

Mb.— 6,8. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16. June 16-July 10. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 28. 

T. centralis Loew. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

T. coUaris Say. 

Mass.— Ellis Station, May 3; Mt. Toby and Whately Glen, 

Apr. 22-May 23 {Alexander). R. I.— Kingston, May {Bar- 

hyw). 

T. cajTuga Alexander, 15-485. 

Mb.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 14. June 7-July 6. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27. May 29-June 11. 

T. cunctans Say. 

Mb.— Waterville, Sept. 22 (Hitchings). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Oct. 1; Welledey, Oct. 6. Conn. — ^New 
Haven, Oct. 16. 

T. dejecta Walker. 

N. H.— 15. May 20. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. L— 33. Conn.— 35. May 6-26. 

T. eluta Loew. 

N. H. — ^Franoonia {Mrs, Slosson) . Vt. — Woodstock, July {Morse). 
Mass. — ^Amherst, May 17; Essex Co., July 28. Conn. — ^Winni- 
pauk, June 16. 

T. fragilis Loew (T. suspecta Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17. June 26-Sept. 29. 

Mass.— 23, 24. Sept. 16-Oct. 1. 

T. frigida Walker. 

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T. fuliginosa (Say, 9 ) (T. speciosa Loew, cf ). 

N. H— 15. Vt.— 21. June 6-21. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 5-22. 

T. georgiana Alexander, 15-134. 

Mass.— Cambridge; Wellesley, May 28, 1908 {Morse). R. I.— 
Buttonwoods, June 20. 

T gTfttfl Tjoew 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 21. June 9-Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 23, 26. June 29-Aug. 8. 

T. hebes Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 20, 21. June 4-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. July 20-Sept. 10. 

T. hermannia Alexander, 15-480 (T. fasciata Loew, not Linn^). 
Mb.— 4, 8, 10. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 17, 21. June 8-Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 5-Aug. 24. 

T. hirsuta Doane. 

Vt. — ^Bennington, June 24; Manchester, June 24 (Morse). 

Mass.— CohoBset, June 25. R. I. — ^Newport, June 5. 

T. ignobilis Loew. 

Me. — ^Mt. Desert, Aug. 4. N. H. — ^Franconia; White Mts. 

Vt. — ^Manchester, June 4. 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug. 8 (Bryant). Conn. — Colebrook, 

Aug. 10 (Wheeler). 

T. insignifica Alexander, 24-117. 

N. R.—Mt. Washington, "Alpine Garden," Sept. 21, 1919. 

T. ignota Alexander, 15-128 (T. discolor Loew, not Gmelin). 
Mass. — . 

T. Iroquois Alexander, 15-128 (T. cincta Loew, not Gmelin). 
Me. — ^Bar Harbor, June 13. N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. 

Slosson) ; Jaflfrey, June 24. 
Mass.— Chester, May 26-28; Mt. Toby, May 20-29 (Alexander). 

T. johnsoniana Alexander, 15-505. 
YT.—DummersUm, July 14, 1908. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 (Bryant). 

T. latipennis Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 18, 19, 20, 22. July 

12-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23. Aug. 8. 

T. longiventris Loew. 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. June 7-21. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
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T. macrolabris Loew. 

Me. — Capens, July 19. N. H. — ^White Mts.; Glen House, July 

23. Vt. — ^Bennington, June 19. 
Mass. — ^Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 (Bryant). 

T. mingwe Alexander, 15-492. 

N. H.— Jaflfrey, Aug. 28. Vt.— Mt. Bolton, Aug. 26 {Bryanl). 
Mass. — Chester, July 25-Aug. 3; Lake May, Aug., and Mt. 
Toby, Sept. 11 (Alexander). 

T. magaura Doane. 

Vt.— Norwich, July 8, 1908. 

T. mainensis Alexander, 15-475. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 31; Ft. Kent, Aug. 19; Ashland Junction, 

Aug. 16. 
Mass. — ^Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 (Bryant). 

T. monticola Alexander, 15-490. 

UE.—8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 21. June 6-28. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. June 5-29. 

T. morrisoni Alexander, 15-507. 

Mass. — ^Winchendon, July 1 (Morse); Blue Hill, May 30. 
R. I. — Kingston, June 30 (Barlow). 

T. nobilis (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 7-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27. June 4-19. 

T. noveboracensis Alexander, 19-167. 

N. H. — Glen House, June 6; Bretton Woods, June 24. Vt. — 

Bennington, June 18. 
Mass. — ^Amherst, May 29 (Alexander); Great Barrington, June 

16; Chester, May 28. 

T. pachyrhinoides Alexander, 15-471. 
N. U.—Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

T. parshleyi Alexander, 15-510. 

Me.— 4, 6, 7. N. H.— 11. June 23-July 19. 

Mass.— 27. 

T. phoroctenia Alexander, 19-170. 
Me.— Orono, Oct. 3, 16, 1913 (Parshley). 

T. penobscot Alejcander, 15-472. 
Me. — Orono, June 14. 

T. perlongipes Johnson, 09-131. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 11-Aug. 1. 

T. sajri Alexander, 11-194 (T. costalis Say, 1823, not Swederus, 

1787). 
Me.— 1, 6. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17. July 12-Aug. 29. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

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T. senega Alexander, 15-128 (T. paUida Loew, not de Villers). 
ME.-4, 8. N. H— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 21. May 25- 

July 18. 
Mass.— 23,24,25,27,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May23-July5. 

T. septentrionalis Loew. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, "Alpine Garden," July 4. 

T. serta Ix)ew 

Me.— 5. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 21. May 25-Sept. 3. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 22-June 19. 

T. similisfrima Dietz, 21-293. 

Me.-^, 7, 8. N.H.— 11. Vt.— 20. June 12-July 19. 

T. simolata Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs, Sloaaon). 

T. strepens Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 8- July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 25. 

T. submacolata Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 18. May 31-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 30-July 14. 

T. sulphurea Doane. 
Me.— Orono, June 12 {Alexander). 

Mass. — Amherst, May 14; Leverett, Sept. 5 {Alexander). 
R. I. — ^Kingston, Apr. 24 {Barlow). 

T. suspecta Loew. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

T. taug^iannock Alexander, 15-476. 
Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5, 1910. 

T. tephrocephala Loew. 

Me.— 3,4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 6- July 18. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
3Q-June 29. 

T. tricolor Fabricius. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30. Conn.— 35. May 25-Sept. 5. 

T. trivittata Say. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— . June 5- 

July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 24-June 26. 

T. ultima Alexander, 15-128 {T. fiavicans Fabricius, not de Vil- 
lers). 

Me.— 1, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 20. Aug. 28- 
Sept. 24. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
Aug. 27-Sept. 22. 



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T. umbrosa var. inennis Doane. 

Me.— 1,2, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 19. July 17-Aug. 28. 

Mass.—. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 18-July 8. 

T. valida Loew. 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 17, 21. June 6-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 29-July 11. 

DiXIDAE. 

DizaMdgen. 
D. centralis Loew. 
Mb. — Mt. Desert; Ashland Junction. N. H. — ^Franconia; Glen 

House; Intervale. July 15-Sept. 11. 
Mass. — ^Bashbish Falls, June 28. 

D. clavata Loew. 

Me.— 1. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 16. June 8-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23. Conn.— 35. May 27-Aug. 8. 

D. comuta Johannsen, 23-55. 

Me. — Orono, June; Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. 

Mass. — Dedham, Sept. 4. 

D. fusca Loew. 

Conn.— New Haven, Nov. 9, 1903 (Viereck). 

D. modesta Johannsen, 23-56. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 22. June 10-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 28-Oct. 22. 

D. notata Loew. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 2. Conn. — . 

D. similis Johannsen, 23-57. 

Me. — Capens; Princeton; Machias. July 12-26. 

R. I. — Providence. 

D. tema Loew. 

Vt. — ^Buriington, June 24. 

Conn. — New Haven, May 10 (A. B. Champlain). 

CULICIDAB. 
CXTLICINAB. 

Wyeomyla Theobald. 

W. smithii (Coquillett). The Pitcher-plant Mosquito. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— . July 30-Aug. 15. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. Apr. 5-June 27. 

Ciilez linnd. 

C. pipiens Linn^. The Rain-barrel or House Mosquito. 
Me.— 6. N. H.— 15. Apr. 24-July 2. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 20- 
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C. territans Walker (C. resttmns Theobald). 
Me.— 6, 10. N. H.— 14. May 16-Dec. 17. 
Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. June 5-Oct. 1. 

C. salinarius Coquillett. 

Mass. — ^West Springfield, Aug. (Knob). Conn. — ^New Haven 
{Britton). 

C. testaceus Van der Wulp. 
Mb. — Lincoln ville, Aug. (Dyar). 

Mass.— Westfield, Aug. 25 (Knab); Danvers, Sept. 23. R. I.— 
Weekapaug, July 5 (Dyar). 

C. melanurus Coquillett. 

N. H. — Center Harbor, Aug. 19 (Dyar). 

Mass. — ^Westfield, Aug. (Knab). 

TheotMddk Neven-Lemaire (Culiseta Felt). 

C. dyari (Coquillett) (C. briUoni Felt). 

N. H.— 13, 14. May. 

Mass.— 24, 26. Conn.— 35. May-July. 

C. impatiens (Walker). 

Me. — Ft. Kent, Aug. 20; Penobscot Co. (Underwood); Water- 
ville, May 1 1 (Hitchings) ; Weld, Aug. (Dyar) . N. H. — Monad- 
nock, May 11 (Thayer). 

C. inomatus Williston (C magnipennia Felt). 
Mass. — ^Beveriy, Sept. 28 (Dimmock). 

Taeniocliyiichiss Lynch Arrib^Usaga. 
(Maruonia Blanchard; CoquiUetUdia Dyar.) 

T. perturbans (Walker) (C. ochropus Dyar and Knab). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 13. Vt.— 16. June 24-Aug. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 32. R.L— 33. Conn.— 35. June 4-July 15. 

Psorophora R-Desvoidy. 

P. ciliata (Fabricius). 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 6- 
Sept. 30. 

P. sayi Dyar and Knab, 06-181. 

Mass. — Springfield and Chicopee, July 16 (Knab). 

Aides Meigen. 

A. trivittatus Coquillett. 
Me.— Paris, Sept. 3 (W. C. Perham). 

Mass.— South Amherst, June 10 (Dimmock); Granby, Sept. 12 
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A. aurifer Coquillett. 

Me— 8. N. H.— 13, 14. June 25-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17- 
July22. 

A. intrudens Dyar, 19-23. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 14. May 10-June 28. 

Mass.— 24. Apr. 13. 

A. diantaeus Howard, Dyar and Knab, 17-758. 

Mb,— Mt. Desert, July 7-25. N. BL— Dublin, May, June 

(Busck). 

A. dysanor Dyar, 21-70. 

N. H.— Dublin, May (Busck). 

A. punctor Kirby (C. auraides Felt). 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 12, 14. May 10-Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. May 22-Aug. 23. 

A. hirsuteron Theobald (C pretans Grossbeck). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 12, 14. June 20-July 8. 
Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. May 20-June 15. 

A. lazarensis (Felt and Young). 

Me.— 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. June 4- July 15. 

Mass.— 23. May 27. 

A. dorsalis Meigen (C. curriei Coquillett; C. onandagensis Felt). 
Mass.— Brookline, July 13; Boston, July 16, 1906; Nahant, 

June 4, 1908; West Peabody, Aug. 13 (CaudeU). Conn.— New 

Haven (Brittan and Viereck). 

A. canadensis Theobald. 

Me.— 2, 3, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14. Vt.— 17, 18. June 

24-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 23, 24. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 27-June 27. 

A. stimulans Walker (C svbcantans Felt). Woodland-pool 

Mosquito. 
Me.— 7,8. N.H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 22. June 14-Aug. 23. 
Mass.- 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 28. 

A. cantator Coquillett. The Brown Salt-marsh Mosquito. 
Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 9-Sept. 5. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
19-Aug. 18. 

A. fitchii Felt and Young. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 12, 14. June 9-Aug. 23. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.—. Apr. 16-July 28. 

A. cinereoborealis Felt and Young. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. May 10-June 21. 

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A. atrojMdpus Coqnillett. 

Me.— 6, 8 (Isleboro). N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 12. June 25- 

Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26. Conn.— 35. June 15-Sept. 8. 

A. excrucians Walker (C abfitchii Felt). 
N. H.— 14. Aug. 3. 
Mass.- 24, 27. Apr. 16-July. 

A. taeniorhynchus (Wiedemann). 

Mass. — Ma«^olia, Aug. 18 {Cora H. Clarke); Fairhaven {Proc- 
tor). R. 1. — ^Providence. Conn. — ^East River, July 27 {Ely); 
South Norwalk, Aug. 4. 

A. soUicitans (Walker). The White-marked Salt-marsh Mos- 
quito. 

Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 26-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
Jime 10-Sept. 12. 

A. triseriatus (Say). 

ME.-4. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. July 8-14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 24-Sept. 12. 

A. yezans Meigen (A. sylvestris Theobald). Inland Swamp 

Mosquito. 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16. June 24-July 14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 30. Conn.--35. May 30-Oct. 14. 

A. dnereus Meigen {C.fuscm Osten Sacken). 
Me.— 4, 6. N. H.— 13, 14. July 14-Aug. 3. 
Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 35. July 1-Aug. 15. 

A. impiger Walker (A. deticus Howard, Dyar and Knab). 
N. H. — Franconia; White Mts. 

Mass. — ^West Springfield, Apr. 13, and Long Meadow, Apr. 16 
{Dyar and Knab). 

Uranotaenk Lynch ArribdlBaga. 

XT. sapphirinus Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Center Harbor, July 27, 1902, and Dublin, Aug. {Dyar). 
Mass.— Wellesley, Aug. 23, 1907 {Morse); Sherbom, Oct. 1 
(C. A. Frost). 

Anopheles Meigen. 

A. punctipennis Say. 

Me.— 6. N. H — 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. Feb. 1-Oct. 1. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 20-Oct. 28. 

A. quadrimaculatus Say. The Malaria Mosquito. 
Me.— 6, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Aug. 1-Sept. 20. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 22-Oct. 23. 



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A. maculipennis Meigen (A. occidentalis Dyar and Knab). 
Me.— Weld, July 25, 1910 (Dyar); Norcross, July, 1914 (Z. P. 

Dyar); Mt. Desert, June 20; Oquossoc, June 30; South Poland, 

May (Shannon). 
Mass. — ^Leverett, Oct. 8 (S. B, Freeborn). 

A. walked Theobald. 

Mass.— Westfield, Aug. 23, 1903 (Knab); Aubiundale, Sept. 11. 
1907. 

Ck)BBTHBINAB. 

Corethra Meigen. 
C. cinctipes Coquillett. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); Hampton, June 13 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale,May28, 1905; Brookline, Aug. 23. Conn.— 
Montonese, June. 

C. culiciformis (De Geer) (C. kamerensis Felt, 04-347; see Dyar 

and Shannon, 24-206). 
N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Dublin (Busck). 
Mass. — Brookline, Jime 11-Aug. 23. Conn. — Darien, May 27. 

C. fuliginosus Felt. 

Mass.— Mt. Tom, May 14; Springfield, July 18 (Knob). 

Chaoborus lichtenstein (Sayamyia Coquillett). 

C. albipes (Johannsen). 
N. H. — ^Hampton, Jime 27 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Aubumdale, May 28; Forest Hills, Aug. 12; Brookline, 
Aug. 28; Topsfield. 

C. crystallina (De Geer); see Dyar and Shannon, 24r- 210 (Cor- 
ethra plumicornis var. americana Johannsen). 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, July 13. N. H. — Mt. Washington 
(Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — ^Arlington, May 4, 1920 (Anderson). 

C. albattts Johnson, 21-11. 

Mass. — ^Brookline, Jime 18; Mt. Tom, July 14. Conn. — New 
Haven, Jime 17. 

C. punctipennis Say. 
N. H.— 11, 13. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Jime 17- 
Sept. 23. 

C. trivittatus Loew. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, Sept. 11. N. H. — Center Harbor; Hampton, 

Apr. 19-21 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Worcester, Apr. 21-24 (Thompson); Framingham, Apr. 

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Bucorethra Underwood (Pdcrempia Johannaen). 
E. underwoodi Underwood (P. atnericana Johannsen). 
Me. — Penobscot Co. {Underwood); Ft. Kent, Aug. 18 (bred from 

pupa); Mt. Desert, July 10, 21; Machias, July (larvae). 

N. H.— Dublin, May 15 {Buack); Crawford's {Mrs. Slosson). 

PsYCHODiDAB. The Moth-flies. 
Pericoma Walker. 

P. ocellaris var. americana Eincaid. 
Mb.— (Dr. Hough). 

Psjchoda Latrdlle. 
P. albitarsis Banks. 
Vt. — ^Dummerston, July 14. 
Mass. — Simderland, May 29; Chester, Aug. 6. 

P. altemata Say. 

N. H.— 11. 

Mass.— 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Aug. 13-Oct. 21. 

P. apicalis Banks. 

Vt. — Manchester, Jime 7. 

Mass.— Blue Hill, Milton, May 30-June 6. 

P. cinerea Banks. 

Mb. — Southwest Harbor, June 18. 

Mass. — ^Boston, July 17-Dec. 1; Worcester, May; Wellesley, 

Nov. 19 {Morse), R. I. — Kingston, Oct. 14. Conn. — ^New 

Haven, March 1. 

P. marginalis Banks. 

N. H. — ^Franconia; Jafifrey, June 2. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 6. Conn. — Stonington, June 10. 

P. minuta Banks. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

Mass. — ^Boston; Brookline; Aubumdale, June 18; North Am- 
herst, May 29. R. I. — Kingston, July {Barlow). Conn. — . 

P. nigra Banks. 

Me.— Wales, June 8 (C. A. Frost). 

Mass.— Brookline, Oct. 21, 1918; Boston, May 25. 

P. slossoni Williston. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, May 27-Aug. 10. N. H.— Bretton Woods, 
Jime 28; Mt. Washington; Conway, Sept. 14; Jafifrey, June 22. 
Mass. — Simderland, May 29. 

P. opposita Banks. 

Mass.— Boston, July 14, 1906. 

P. signata Banks. 
Mb.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 6; Simderland, May 30. Conn. — Oxford, 
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P. superba Banks. 

Mass.— Cohasset, May 25, 1908 (Bryant). 

Chibonomidae. Midges. 

CuUcoides Latreille. The Biting Midges. 

C. crepuscularis Malloch, 15-303. 
Mass.— Boston, July 9, 1920. 

C. sanguisuga (Coquillett). 

Me.— 4, 5, 8. N. H.— 11. June 15-July 16. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. May 26-Oct. 12. 

C. variipennis (Coquillett). 

N. H. — ^Franconia. 

Mass. — "Cascade," North Adams, June 14, 1906. 

Neoceratopogon MaUoch, 15-310. 

N. splendidus (Winnertz) {Ceratopogon beUiLS Coquillett). 
Mass. — North Reading, Jime 10. 

Ceratopogon Meigen. 
C. fusculus Coquillett. 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 1-July 15. 
Mass.— 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 14-July 24. 

C. hollensis Melander and Brues. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole. 

C. levis Coquillett. 

Me. — Machias, July 21. 

Mass.— Tyngsboro, Sept. 14 (FaU). R. I.— Bristol, July 15, 

1919, common in the trap-light (Howard L. Clark). Conn.— 

New Haven, Oct. 16 (Viereck). 

?C. articus Coquillett. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

C. eriophonis Williston? 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

C. transiens Walker? 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

C. piceus Winnertz? 
Conn. — . 

Pseudoculicoides Malloch, 15-309. 

P. mutabilis (Coquillett). 

Me. — Mt. Desert, July 30 (McAtee). N. H. — ^Franconia. 

Fordpomyia Meigen. 
F. squamipes (Coquillett). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 31 (McAtee). 
Mass. — Cohasset, Aug. 30 (Bryant). 



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F. cilipes (Coqnillett). 
Me.— Capens, July 21. 

Mass. — Boston, Aug. 7; Arlington, May 29 (Barber); Petersham, 
July 19 (G. C. Wheeler). 

F. specularis (Coquillett). 

Me.— Orono, Aug. 11, 1915 {Johannsen). N. H.— Mt. Wash- 
ington (Afr«. Slosson). 

Palpomyia Meigen. 
P. longipennis (Loew). 
Vt. — St. Albans, June 19. 

Mass. — ^Provincetown, June 25, and Eastham, June 27, 1904; 
Mt. Tom, July 14, 1905; Fall River, Jime 3 (EaeUm). 

P. nebulosa Malloch, 15-322. 

Me.— 8. N. H— 12, 14. June 20-July 22. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. Jime 16-July 24. 

P. slossonae (Coquillett), 05-61. 

N. H. — Mt, Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. tibialis Meigen. 

Vt. — Middlebury, July 12. 

Johannsenomyia Malloch, 15-332. 

J. albaria (Coquillett). 
Me. — Princeton, July 12. 
Mass.— Tyngsboro, Aug. 12 (Fall). 

J. argentata (Loew). 

Mb. — ^Waterville, Aug. 8 (Hitchings). N. H. — Hanover, July 8, 
1908. 

J. bimaculata (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 22. July 7-Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 27, 29. June 1-July 24. 

J. caudelli Coquillett, 05-63. 
Me. — Orono (Johanneen). 

J. poUta (Coquillett). 
Mass. — Cambridge, Apr. 2. 

StOobezzia EiefiFer, 1911 (Hartamyia Malloch, 15-338). 

S. nebulosa (Coquillett). 

Mass.- Woods Hole, July 24, 1903. 

S. paUidiyentris (MaUoch), 15-344. 

Me. — Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. Vt. — Montpelier, Jime 25; Dummer- 
ston, July 14. 

Heteromyia Say. 
H. fasciata Say. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole, July 4-24; Provincetown, June 24. 



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H. f estiva (Loew). 

Me.— Princeton, July 12, 1909. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 24, 1903. 

H. flavipes Meigen. 

Mb.— 8. Vt.— 22. June 11-July 14. 

Mass.— 26, 27. June 6-10. 

H. plebia (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 22. July 8-Aug. 18. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. July 11-Aug. 13. 

H. prattii Coquillett. 

Mabs. — ^Aubumdale, June 25-July 15, 1906; Hyannisport, July 4, 
1904. R. I.— Kingston (Barlow). 

H. rufa (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 12, 14. June 13-July 8. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 9-July 4. 

H. trivialis (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N.H.— 11, 12, 14. June 16-July 7. 

Mass.— 29. July 24. 

Serromyia Meigen. 
S. femorata Meigen. 
Mb.— Southwest Harbor, July 13, 1918. 

Bezzia EiefiFer. 
B. pulveria Coquillett. 
Vt. — Burlington, Jime 23. 

Mass. — ^Auburndale, May 7; Eastham, Jime 27; Hyannisport, 
July 4. 

B. setulosa Loew. 

Mass. — Ipswich, Jime 10 (Fuller) ; North Reading, June 10. 

Probezzia Kieffer, 06-57. 

P. xanthogaster Kiefifer (P. elegana Coquillett, preoccupied). 
Me. — Moosehead, July 18; Mt. Desert, Jime 10. 

Tanypus Meigen. 
T. camea (Fabricius). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. May 11-Sept. 29. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.--35. May 1— Sept. 14. 

T. bifasciatus Coquillett. 
Mass. — Boston. 

T. discolor Coquillett. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

T. dyari Coquillett. 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. Apr. 30-June 19. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. Apr. 13-Aug. 28. 



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T. flavifrons Johannsen. 
Me. — Orono. 

T. hirtipennis Loew. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Sept. 13, 1922. N. H.— Franconia {Mrs. 
Slossan). 

T. johnsoni Coqnillett. 

Mass. — ^Arlington, May 26 (Barber); Aubumdale, June 16. 
Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 31. 

T. melanops Meigen. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 18, 21. June 2-July 19. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 22-Sept. 13. 

T. monilis (Linn^) (T. armvlaiua Say). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16. June 19-July 21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29. R. I.--33. Conn.— 35. May 22-Sept. 14. 

T. nigropunctus Staeger. 
Mass.— Auburndale, Aug. 9. 

T. pictipennis Zetterstedt (?T. decedens Walker). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by CoquiUett. 

T. sinuosa CoquiUett, 05-65. 

N. H. — FranconifiL {Mrs. Slosson); Center Harbor, Aug. 3 {Dyar). 

T. tenebrosus CoquiUett, 05-66. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

T. concinnus CoquiUett? 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); this may be Prododius 
beUits Loew. 

Protenthes Johannsen, 07-400. 

P. culiciformis (Linn6). 
Vt.— Middlebury, July, 1912 {Barlow). 

Mass. — Boston, Apr. 19-July 2; Framingham, May 28; East- 
ham, Jime 27. Conn. — New Haven, June 26. 

Anatopynia Johannsen, 05-135. 

A. heteropus (CoquUlett), 05-66. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Prodaditis Skuse. 
P. beUus Loew. 
Me. — Orono {Johannsen). 

Mass. — Tyngsboro, July 22 {Fall); Provincetown, June 26; 
Edgartown, June 28. R. I. — Newport, June 5. 

Clinotanyptts Eiefifer. 
C. scapularis Loew. 
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C. thoracicus Loew. 

Mass. — Provincetown, June 24. Conn. — Middletown, June 17. 

Psllotanypus Eieffer, 06-318. 

P. turpis Zetterstedt. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by C!oquillett. 

Coiynoneura Winnertz. 

C. celeripes Winnertz. 

Me. — Orono, Oct. {Johannaen). 

Chinmomtis Meigen. 

C. albimanus Meigen. 

Mass. — ^Auburndale, Aug. 9; Sunderland, May 30; Tyngsboro, 
June 5 {FaU). Conn. — Rowayton, May 27. 

C. annularis DeGeer. 
Me. — Bar Harbor, June 18. 

Mass. — Lynn, Apr. 19; Wellesley, Apr. 28 (Morse); Boston, 
Apr. 30. 

C. attenuatus Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

C. barbipes Staeger. 

Mass. — Hyannisport, July 4. 

C. brachialis Coquillett. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 10. N. H. — Hanover, July 6. 
Mass. — BrookUne, Aug. 23-Sept. 6; Aubumdale, May 26; Lex- 
ington, July 2. R. I. — ^Wickford, June 9. 

C. braseniae Luthers, 22-30. 

Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston {R. H. Pettit). The larvae burrow 

in the floating leaves of the water-shield {Brasenia schreberi) 

and water-lilies. 

C. cayugae Johannsen, 13-308. 
Mb.— Orrington. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole. 

C. cristatus Fabricius. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. June 1»-July 21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 3-Aug. 9. 

C. decorus Johannsen, 05-239. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 21. June 5-Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 26, 27. R. I.— 33. June 8-Aug. 9. 

C. dorsalis Meigen. 
Conn. — . 

C. divinctus Say. 

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C. dispar Meigen? 

Mb.— 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 22. June 13-July 19. 

Mass.— 27. Conn.— 35. May 28-Aug. 9. 

C. dux Johannsen, 05-231. 

Mb. — Machias, July 22. N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28. 

Vt. — ^Manchester, June 8. 
Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 23; Aubumdale, May 28r-June 24; 

Wellesley, Oct. 4 (Morse). 

C. fallaz Johannsen, 05-210. 

Me. — Machias, July 21; Mt. Desert, June 13; Oquossoc, July 1. 

C. fascipennis Zetterstedt. 

Mb. — Machias, July 19; Mt. Desert, July 17. N. H. — ^Jaflfrey, 

June 15. 
Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 22. 

C. femigineoyittatus Zetterstedt. 

Mass. — Boston and Brookline, Aug. 23-Sept. 13, 1911 ; Wellesley, 
Oct. 10 (Morse). R. I.— Providence, Aug. 23. 

C. festivus Say. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

R. I. — Newport, June 5. Conn. — ^Hartford, Aug. 2 (Walden). 

C. flavicingulus Walker. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Bretton Woods, Jime 26. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, May 26; Chicopee, Apr. 15; Amherst, 
May 30. 

C. lineatus Say. 

Me. — Orono (Johannsen). 

C. lobif erus Say. 

Mb. — Capens, July 21. Vt. — St. Albans, June 19. 

Mass. — ^Arlington, Sept. 17 (Barber). R. I. — Newport, June 5. 

C. maturus Johannsen, 08-279. 
Me.— Orono (Johannsen). 

C. modestus Say. 

Mb.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 17, 21. June 5-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17-Sept. 24. 

C. needhami Johannsen, 07-278 (C. scalaenus of authors, not 

Schrank). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). Vt. — Montpelier, 

June 25, 1906. 

C. nigricans Johannsen, 05-219. 

Mbj— 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 12. July 12-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 26, 27. June 10-Sept. 6. 

C. perpulcher Mitchell, 08-13. 
Mb.— <)rono, June (Johannsen). 



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C. pulchripennis Coqnillett. 

Mb.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 22. June 19- 

July 14. 
Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17- July 10. 

C. plumosus Linn6. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 30. R. I.--33. Conn.— 35. May 20-Sept. 13. 

C. quadripunctatus Malloch, 15-437. 

Mb.— Bar Harbor, July 10. Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. 20,1898 

{Morse). 
Mass. — Eastham, Jime 27. 

C. riparius Meigen. 

Me.— 5. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 18. June 21-July 1. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Apr. 30-Sept. 6. 

C. taeniapennis Coquillett. 

Mb.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 16. June 8-July 21. 

Mass.— 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 28-Aug. 18. 

C. utahensis Malloch, 15-438. 

Mass.—" Blue Hill Reservation," Milton, Apr. 30 (O. C. Wheeler). 

C. varipennis Coquillett. 
Me.— Seal Cove, Mt. Desert, Sept. 8, 1922. 
Mass. — Sharon, Sept. 4, 1918. Conn. — New Haven, July 4, 
1915 (Viereck). 

C. viridicoUis Van der Wulp. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, June 13. 

Mass. — Springfield, July 13; Sharon, July 7; Nantucket, July 20. 

R. I. — Newport and Wickford, Jime 5-9. Conn. — Winni- 

pauk, June 12. 

C. viridis Macquart? 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

C. zonopterus Mitchell, 08-12. 

Me.— 7, 8. Vt.— 16, 21. June 19-July 19. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 6-July 28. 

?C. halophilus Verrill, Invertebrate Animals of Vineyard Sound, 

p. 415, 1873 (no description). 
Mass. — The larva was dredged in five fathoms. 

?C. brunneus Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

Tanytarstts Van der Wulp. 
T. dissimilis Johannsen, 05-292. 
Me. — Orono {Johannsen). 

T. dives Johannsen, 05-288. 

N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 13, 1919 {Shaw). 

Mass.— Fall River, Apr. 2, 1909 {Easion). 



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T. flavellus (Zetterstedt). 
Me. — Orono (Johannsen). 

T. obediens Johannsen, 05-286. 
Me. — Orono, June (Johannsen). 

T. tenuis Meigen. 

Me. — Orono, June (Johannsen). 

Burycnemtis Van der Wulp. 

E. scitulus Coquillett. 

Me.— 4, 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 7-July 16. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 26-Jime 16. 

Metriocnemtis Van der Wulp. 

M. atratulus Zetterstedt. 
Me. — Orono (Johannsen). 

M. fiavifrons Johannsen, 05-301. 
Me. — Orono (Johannsen). 

M. knabi Coquillett, 04-11. 

Mass. — ^Westfield; Springfield; Wilbraham. The larva lives in 
pitcher-plant (Sarracenia purpurea) y Knab, 05-69. 

M. lundbecki Johannsen, 05-302. 
Me. — Orono (Johannsen). 

M. aterrimus Meigen? 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

Brillia Kieffer. 

B. par (Johannsen) (Metriocnemus par Johannsen, 05-301). 
Me.— Orono (Johannsen). 

Chasmatonotns Loew. 

C. bimaculatus Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20. June 4-July 12. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. May 19-June 28. 

C. unimactdatus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 17. June 1&-July 13. 

Mass.- 27. Conn.— 35. May 31-June 17. 

Eutanypus Coquillett. 

E. borealis Coquillett. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

Cricotoptts Van der Wulp. 

C. bicinctus (Meigen). 

Mass. — Cohasset, Jime 20 (Bryant); Sherbom, Sept. 5; Ellis, 
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C. slossonae Malloch, 15-506. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

C. sylvestris (Fabricins). 

Mass.— 24, 27, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. May 16-Oct. 31. 
The larva mines the floating leaves of water-lilies. 

C. trifasciatus (Panzer). 

Vt.— 16. June 17. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 30. June 27-Aug. 8. 

C. varipes Coquillett. 

N. H.--Jaflfrey, June 8. Vt. — ^Burlington, June 23. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 9; North Reading, June 10. 

Camptodadhss Van der Wulp. 

C. byssinus (Schrank). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). Vt. — Middlebury, 

July (Barlow). 
Mass. — ^Medford, Apr. 12 {Barber). Conn. — New Haven, June 

26, Nov. 4. 

C. minimus (Meigen). 

N. H. — Mt. Wasfington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Orfhockdhss Van der Wulp. 

O. niyoriundus (Fitch). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston, Apr. 14, 1910; Aub\imdale, Apr. 
16; Wellesley, Mar. 20 {Morse). 

O. sordidellus (Zetterstedt) (0. variabilis (Staeger). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

?0. oceanicus (Packard). 

Mass. — Salem Harbor, larvae living in salt water {Packard). 

Cecidomtodae {Itonididae). Gall Midges. 

Catocha Haladay. 

C. americana Felt, 08-309 and 13-130. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

C. slossonae Felt, 08-309, and 13-132. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Lestremia Macquart. 

L. franconiae Felt, 08-311 and 13-141. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

L. leucophaea Meigen. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson) y det. by Coquillett. 



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Monardia Kieffer. 

M- articulosa (Felt), 08-»15 and lS-192. 

N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison), U. S. Nat. Mus. 

M. barlowi (Felt), 08-316 and lS-190. 
R. I.— Kingston, May 2, 1904 (Barlow). 

M. lateraUs Felt, 14-102. 

Mass. — Boston, May 10 (Bryant). 

M. modesta Felt, 13-142. 

Conn. — New Haven, Nov. 4 (Viereck). 

M. multiarticulata Felt, 14-109. 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

M. rugosa Felt, 14-110. 

N. H.— Hanover, July 5, 1908. 

Prkmelltis Kieffer. 

P. dilatatus (Felt), 07-149 and 13-178. 
Mass. — Worcester (Thompson). 

MiaBtoc Meinert. 

M. americana Felt, 07-5 and 13-205. 
Conn. — Colebrook, June 8, 1911 (Wheeler). 

The larva of this species is frequently pedogenetic (Felt, 11- 
82). 

Johnsonomyia Felt, 08-417. 

J. rubra Felt, 08-417 and 13-212. 

N. H.— Jaflfrey, June 14. Vt.— Montpelier, June 26, 1906. 
Mass. — Great Harrington, June 16, 1915; Sunderland, May 30, 
flying about very old decayed logs, in shady places. 

Didactylomyia Felt, 11-39. 

D. capitata Felt, 13-174. 

Mass. — North Adams, Aug. 1907 (Bryant). 

D. longimana Felt, 08-416 and 15-142. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 16, 1906. 

Colpodia Winnertz. 
C. comuta Felt, 15-153. 

Mass. — ^Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Boston, Oct. 31 
(Cora H.Clarke). 

Porricond^ Rondani. 

P. hamata Felt, 07-146 and 15-177. 
Mass. — BrookUne, Aug. 23. 

P. johnsoni Felt, 19-282. 
Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 23. 



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P. novaeangliae Felt, 14-110. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

P. papillata Felt, 14-111. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Diiliiza Loew. 

D. montana Felt, 08-420 and 1&-186. 
N. H.— White Mts. {Morrison). 

AsfUMpttL Loew. 

A. frosti Felt, lS-143. 

Mass. — Framingham, June 1, 1910 {Frost). 

A. nobiUs Felt, 13-142. 
Me. — Bridgton, Aug. 23. 

Rhabdophaga WeBtwood. 

R. batatas (Walsh). The Willow Potato-gall. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 5. 

Mass. — Springfield {Stebbins); Worcester {Thompson). R. L— 

Providence. 

Irregular ovoid galls on the willow twigs (Felt, 15-105). 

R. brassicoides (Walsh). The Willow Cabbage-gall. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 5. 
Mass. — Springfield {Stebbins). 
Large rosette galls on willows (Felt, 15-113). 

R. gnaphaloides (Walsh). 
Mass. — Springfield, Apr. {Stebbins). 
An ovate terminal bud-gall on willow. 

R. nodula (Walsh). Nodide Willow-gall. 
Mass. — Worcester, May-Jime {Thompson). 
Nodular gall at the base of twigs (Felt, 15-91). 

R. saUcifolia Felt, 07-12 and 15-106. Spiraea Pod-gall. 
Me.— Mt. Desert. N. H.— . 

Mass. — Magnolia {Cora H. Clarke); Springfield {Stebbins). 
R. I. — Providence. 

R. strobiloides (Walsh). The Cone Willow-gall. 

Me.— 8,9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. Apr. 16-May 18. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 20- 

May 30. 

The midges emerge in April (Felt, 13-112). 

R. triticoides (Walsh). The Wheat-ear Willow-gall. 

Me. — Mt. Desert. N. H. — Hanover. 

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Dasyneura Rondani. 

D. americana Felt, 20-136 and 1&-168 (D. gaUi Felt, 08-348. not 

Loew). 
Mass. — Magnolia, Aug. 14 (Cara H. Clarke). 

Flower bud-gall on bed-straw (Galium aspreUum). 

D. aromaticae Felt, 09-289 and 15-183. 
Mass.— Barre, reared Aug. 23, 1908 (Cora H. Clarke). 
The spearmint bud-gall (Felt, 18-184). 

D. clematidis Felt, 08-344 and 15-147. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 
Forms an irregular subglobular bud-gall on Clematis tnrginiana. 

D. corticis Felt, 09-289 and 15-168. 

Mass. — ^Arnold Arboretum, Boston, May 15 — ^midge emerged 

May 21 (Cora H. Clarke). 

In willow twigs, larvae in subcortical cells, no swelling (Felt, 
18-34). 

D. cyanococci Felt, 08-292 and 15-145. The Blueberry Bud-gall. 
Mass. — Stowe. 

D. communis Felt, 11-478 and 15-181. Gouty Vein-gall. 
Mass. — . Conn. — . 
Pouch-like vein-galls on the red maple (Felt, 18-161). 

D. gaylussacii Felt, 18-176 (Cecidomyia vacdnii Osten Sacken, 

not Smith). Blueberry Leaf-gall. 
Me. — Mt. Desert. 
Mass. — Springfield, Sept.; South Hadley (Stebbins). 

Cockscomb-shaped gall on imder side of leaf on the mid-rib. 

D. gleditschiae (Osten Sacken). Honey Locust Midge. 

Vt. — Bennington, June 23. 

Mass. — ^Brookline, June; Worcester, Aug. (Thompson). R. I. — 

Newport, Aug. (Osten Sacken). (5onn. — New Haven, June 20 

(Waldm). 

On the honey locust (Gleditschia triacanthus). The young 
leaves are transformed into pod-like swellings (Felt, 15-163 and 
18-152). 

D. lysimachiae (Beutenmueller), 07-305. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Aug. 18 (Cora H. Clarke)] Worcester, June 

(Thompson). 

An apical bud-gall on loosestrife (Lysimachia quadrifolia) 
(Felt, 15-182 and 18-178). 

D. maritima Felt, 09-288 and 15-149. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Apr. 21, 1909 (C<yra H. Clarke). 

Rolls the leaflets of the beach pea, Lathyrus mariiimus (Felt, 
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D. parthenocissi (Stebbins), 09-44. Woodbine Vein-gall. 
Mass. — Springfield {Stebbins). 

Tumid irregular mid-rib galls on woodbine, Parthenodssus 
quinquefolia (Felt, 15-161 and 18-165). 

D. purpurea Felt, 08-349. Joe-pye-weed Midge. 

Mass. — ^Worcester, Sept. {Thompson)] Martha's Vineyard, Aug. 

25. 

An oval blossom bud-gall on Joe-pye-weed, Eupatorium pur- 
pureum (Felt, 15-181 and 18-190). 

D. radifoUi Felt, 09-289. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Apr. 16-12, 1909 {Cora H. Clarke). 

Oval irregular greenish gall composed of clusters of root-leaves 
on Solidago puberula (Felt, 15-178 and 18-193). 

D. rhodophaga (Coquillett). Rose-bud Midge. 

Mass. — ^Boston (1894). R. I. — ^A heavy infestation in 1911. 

The larva inhabits the rose buds and developing leaves (Felt, 
15-130 and 18-140). 

D. rosarum Hardy. Rose-leaf Midge. 

Mass. — Worcester, July {Thompson); Magnolia {Cora H. Clarke). 
Curls or folds the terminal leaves (Felt, 15-166 and 18-148). 

D. salicifolia Felt, 07-12 and 15-169. Willow-pod Midge. 
Mass. — Magnolia, June 1 {Cora H. Clarke). 
A fusiform pod or ciu'led leaves (Felt, 18-32). 

D. semenivora (Beutenmueller), 07-390. Violet-seed Midge. 
Mass.— Springfield {Stebbins). 

Forming irregular deformed fruit of the violets (Felt, 15-166 
and 18-172). 

D. serrulatae (Osten Sacken). Alder-bud Gall. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale; Worcester {Thompson); Springfield, Apr. 

{Stebbins). 

Subcorneal bud-gall on AlniLS rugosa (Felt, 15-186 and 18-50). 

D. smilacifolia Felt, 11-480 and 15-147. Smilax-leaf Midge. 
Mass. — Magnolia, Aug. and Sept. {Cora H. Clarke). 
Young leaves are roUed longitudinally (Felt, 18-28). 

D. toweri Felt, 09-289 and 15-187. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Sept.-Oct. {Cora H. Clarke). 

Axillary bud-galls on St. John's-wort, Hypericum mutUum 
(Felt, 18-171). 

D. trifolii (Loew). Clover-leaf Midge. 
Mass. — Stow; Boston. 

Folds and discolors the leaves of white clover (Felt, 15-143 and 
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D. tumidosae Felt, 08-346 and 15-155. 
Mass. — Worcester, May {Thompson). 
Reared from tiunid galls on leaves of ash (Felt, 18-179). 

D. ulmea Felt, 08-349 and 15^171. 
Mass. — Jamaica Plain, Boston {J. G. Jack). 
Aborted or blasted buds on elm (Felt, 18-120). 

D. vaccinii (Smith) {Cecidomyia vaccinii Smith, 1890, not Osten 
Sacken, 1869; C. oxycoccana Johnson; Osten Sacken's name 
was based on the gall only). The Cranberry Midge. 

Mass. — East Wareham, State Cranberry Station (Franklin). 
Bud-gall or leaf-fold on cranberry (Felt, 15-150 and 18-177). 

Diartfaronoinyia Felt, 08-339. 

D. hypogaea (Loew). Chrysanthemum Midge. 

Me. — . 

Mass. — Swampscott; Fitchbiu'g. R. I. — Kingston, Feb. 3, 1920 
(Barlow). Conn. — Hartford; Cromwell; New Haven; Bridge- 
port. 
Introduced; forming swollen stems or deformed buds (Felt, 

16-51 and 18-208). 

Cyst^ora Kieffer. 

C. vibumifolia Felt, 11-480. 

Mass. — Magnolia, May 5 (Cora H. Clarke). 

Minute blister-gall on under side of the leaf of Viburnum 
lentagot (Felt, 15-201 and 18-187). 

Lasiopten Mdgen. 

L. clarkei Felt, 09-287 and 18-164. 
Mass.— Magnolia, Oct. 12, 1908 (Clarke). 
Forming blister-galls on the leaves of Aster macrophyUa. 

L. clavula (Beutenmueller), 18-121. 

Mass. — Springfield, May and June; Sharon, May. 

Forming clavate galls on the apical twigs of the flowering dog- 
wood (Comusflorida). 

L. convolvuU Felt, 07-149 and 18-143. 
Mass. — Springfield. 

Forming g^ls on the stems of the bindweed (Convolvulus 
sepium). 

L. comi Felt, 07-107 and 18-119. 
Mass. — ^Wilbraham. Conn. — . 

Forming ocellate galls on the leaves of Comus paniculata and 
C. candidissima. 

L. cylindrigaUae Felt, 07-150 and 18-157. 

Mass. — Mt. Tom, Jiily 22; Worcester (Thompson). 



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L. excavata Felt, 07-6 and 18-169. 
Mass. — Worcester, July. 
Forming blister-like galls on -Crataegus. 

L. farinosa (Beutenmueller), 07-397 and Felt, 18-137. ' 

Mass.— Springpeld (Stebbins); Worcester {Thompson). 
Forming primrose leaf-galls on blackberry {Rvbus nigrolmccus). ' 

L. fraxinifolia Felt, 08-327 and 18-166. 
Mass. — Aubumdale; Springfield, Jime. 

From galls on ash leaves, described as Cecidomyia peUax by 
Osten Sacken. 

L. fructuaria Felt, 16-268. 

Me. — Orono, reared from blueberries, Jime {W. C, Wood). 

L. galeopsidis Felt, 09-287 and 18-151. 

Mass. — Boston, May 21 (Clarke). i 

Forming irregular stem-galls on common hemp nettle {Galeop' j 
sistetrahit). 

L. impatientifolia Felt, 07-105 and 18-122. | 

Mass. — Springfield; Worcester. 1 

Forming gaUs on jewel-weed (Impatiensfvlva). I 

L. luctucae Felt, 07-151 and 18-149. 
N. H. — Holderness, Apr. 18. 
Mass. — Worcester {Thompson). 

L. lycopi Felt, 07-152 and 18-145. 
Mass. — ^Worcester, Oct. 

Forming oval stem-galls on bugleweed (Lycopu« communis). 

L. nodulosa Beutenmueller, 07-397; Felt, 18-137. 

Mass. — Springfield, May and June; Worcester {Thompson). 

R. I. — Providence. 

Forming irregular stem-galls on blackberry. 

L. querciperda Felt, 08-125. 

Mass. — ^Worcester. R. I. — ^Providence. Conn. — New Haven 

{Champlain). ^ I 

The gall consist of swellings on white-oak twigs. 

L. solidaginis Osten Sacken {Cecidomyia tumifica Beutenmueller). i 
N. H. — Boscawen. | 

Mass.— Worcester {Thompson); Springfield {Stebbins); Forest 

Hills, Boston, Apr. 20 {Cora H. Clarke). 

A gall on the stem of one of the goldenrods, Sdidago rugosa. 

L. spiraeafolia Felt, 09-287. 

Me. — Bar Harbor. j 

Mass.— MagnoUa, July 16 {Clarke); Aubumdale. i 

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L. vitis Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Springfield, June, on wild grape (Stebbins). Conn. — . 
Forming gaUs on the leaves and tendrils of the grape. 

L. virginica Felt, 09-287 and 18-154. 
Mass. — Magnolia, Oct. 10 (Clarke). 

A stem-gall on the marsh St. JohnVwort (Hypericum vir- 

ginicum). 

NeoUudoptera Felt. 

N. comicola (Beutenmueller), 07-394. 
R. I. — ^Providence. 
Irregular stem-gall on Comus stolonifera. 

N. erigerontis (Felt), 07-163. Horseweed-stem Midge. 
Mass. — . 
Fusiform stem-gall on horse weed (Erigeran canadensis). 

N. perfoliata (Felt), 07-156 and 18-189. Boneset-stem Midge. 
Mass. — ^Worcester ; Springfield. Conn. — . 
Oval stem-galls on boneset {Eupatorium perfoliatum). 

N. ramuscula (Beutenmueller), 07-392; Felt, 18-197 (Cecidomyia 

strombiligemma Stebbins). 
Mass. — ^Worcester; Springfield. Conn. — . 

Fusiform stem-galls on several species of asters. 

N. sambuci (Felt), 06-131 and 18-183. Elder-stem Midge. 
Mass. — ^Worcester; Springfield, May and Jime (Stebbins). 
R. I.—. Conn.—. 
An irregular gall on the stems of elder. 

N. vitinea (Felt), 07-153 and 18-178. 
Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson). 
A conical petiole-gall on grape. 

Asteromyia Felt, 10-348. 

A. agrostis (Osten Sacken). 
N. H.— Milford (Whitney). 
Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson); Cheshire. 
Forms a flattened cone-shaped gall on grass (Muhlenbergia). 

A. asterifolia (Beutenmueller), 07-395; Felt, 18-223. 
Mass.— Mt. Tom, Oct. 17 (Stebbins). 

Circular yellowish-white dark-margined galls on Aster lateri- 
folius. 

A. carbonifera Felt, 18-202. 

Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins); Aubiundale, Aug. 7; Worcester 

(Thompson). 

Oval black ocellate bUster-galls on the leaves of Solidago grami- 
nifolia. The gall was named Ceddomyia carbonifera by Osten 
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A. divaricata Felt, 0»-330. 

N. H. — ^Jaflfrey, June 14. Conn. — . 

''Large oval pinkish blotches on A^ier divaricates^* (Felt). 

A. dumosae (Felt), 09-286 and 18-221. 
Mass. — Annisquam, July 30, 1908 (Cora H. Clarke). 
A small blister-gall on AHer dutnoms. 

A. flavolunata (Felt), 08--329 and 13-228. 
Mass.— Springfield, June (Stebbins). 

"Semi-oval marginal yellowish gall on the leaves of Solidago 
canadensis.'* 

A. laeviana (Felt), 07-108. 
Mass. — . CJonn. — . 
Oval greenish-yellow gall on Aster laevis. 

A. nigrina Felt, 11-481. 

Mass. — Magnolia, gall, Oct., 1906; midges emerged May, 1907 

(Cora H.Clarke). 

Greenish blister-leaf galls on witch-hazel (Hamamelis). 

A. petiolicola (Felt), 08-228 and 18-217. Grape-petiole Gall. 
R. I. — Providence, Sept. 

Ovate swellings on the basal portion of the petiole of the wild 
grape. 

A. reducta Felt, 11-481. 

Mass.— Magnolia, July 26-28, 1910 {Cora H. Clarke). Conn.— 
Oval blackish galls on Aster undulata. 

A. rubra Felt, 07-203 and 18-229. 
N. H.— . 

Mass. — Worcester, June-July. R. I. — Providence. Conn. — . 
A variegated blister-gall on the leaves of Solidago rugosa. 

A. sylvestris Felt. 
Conn. — . 

Circular yellowish or brownish galls on Aster cordijolius. 

A. vesiculosa (Felt), 09-286 and 18-213. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Sept. 24, 1908 {Mrs. H. M. Tower). Conn.—. 
Oval green swellings on Aster. 

ClinordiyndiA Loew. 

C. eupatoriflorae (Felt), 07-6. 

Mass. — Springfield, Sept. Conn. — Suffield. 

In florets of thoroughwort, Eupaiorium perfoliatum and E. 
ageratoides (Felt, 18-236). 

C. fflicis Felt, 07-108. 

Mass. — Magnolia {Miss Clarke). 

Apparently reared from willow, bearing the gall of Harmamyia 
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DIPTERA. 63 

CamptoaeuromyiA Felt, 08-334. 

C. rabifolia Felt, 08-334. 

Mass. — Magnolia, July 30 {Cora H. Clarke). Conn. — . 
A corrugated marginal leaf-roll on blackberry (Felt, 18-243). 

Phytophaga Rondani. 

P. destructor (Say) {Mayetiola destructor of authors). The Hes- 
sian Fly. 

This has been recorded from most of the New England States, 
when wheat was more generally grown. Packard says that it 
was first noticed at New Haven, Conn., in 1883, and was de- 
structive in Aroostook Co., Me., in 1854. 

P. frazini Felt, 15^206. Ash-petiole Midge. 
Mass. — . 
Reared from base of leaf-petioles of white ash (Felt, 18-179). 

P. rididae (Osten Sacken). Beaked Willow-gall. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June. 

Mass. — Wobum, April 24; Wellesley, Mar. 13 {Morse) ; Worcester 

{Thompson); Springfield {Stebbins). Conn. — New Haven, 

Feb. 14 {Walden). 

An apical fusiform beaked gall (Felt, 15-213 and 18-36). 

P. ulmi (Beutenmueller), 07-387. 

Mass. — Worcester, June, July {Thompson), 

The gall is formed by the growing together of inactive leaves 
(Felt, 15-202 and 18-120). 

P. yiolicola (Coquillett). Violet-leaf Midge. 
Mass. — . Conn. — . 

Rolls and discolors the leaves of Viola odorata (Felt, 15-204 
and 18-172). 

JanetiellA Kieffer. 

J. asplenifolia (Felt), 07-157. Sweet-fern Midge. 
Mass. — Worcester {Thompson); Magnolia, July {Cora H. Clarke). 
A leaf-folding gall, near the mid-vein on Myrica aspenifolia 
(Felt, 15-221 and 18-40). 

Rhopalomyia Rttbsaamen. 

R. antiiophilA (Osten Sacken). Downy Flower-gall (Felt, 18- 

191). 
Mass. — Springfield, Sept. {Stebbins); Worcester {Thompson). 

Conn. — . 

Green pubescent, cylindrical galls in flower of Solidago cana- 
densis. 

R. astericaulis Felt, 07-159 and 15-251. 
Mass, — ^Worcester; Woods Hole, July 13. Conn. — . 
Oval twig-gall on Aster novae-angliae (Felt, 18-201). 



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64 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

R. bulbula Felt, 08-365 and 15^260. 
Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson). 

Cylindrical apical bud-gall in rootstalk (Felt, 18-197). 

R. capitata Felt, 08-363 and 15-245. 
Mass. — . Conn. — . 

Goldenrod rosette midge on Solidago canadensis and S, seroiina 
(Felt, 18-193). 

R. castanae Felt, 09-291 and 15-278. Chestnut-bud Gall. 
Mass. — Stow. 
Petiole or tenninal-bud gall (Felt, 18-50 and 53). 

R. clarkei Felt, 07-18 and 15-239. 

N. H.— Tamworth (Cora H. Clarke). 

Mass. — Magnolia. Conn. — East Haven, June 30 (Walden). 

Gall fusiform, sessile, green, marked with red, on leaves of 
Solidago rugosa (Felt, 18-193). 

R. lateriflori Felt, 07-159 and 15-257 (Ceddomyiat gemmaria 

Stebbins, 09-53 and 126, gall only). 
Mass. — Springfield, Aug. and Sept. (Dimmock); abimdant on 

Aster ericoides (Stebbins) ; Annisquam. 

Axillary bud-gall on Aster lateriflorus (Felt, 18-199). 

R. hirtipes (Osten Sacken). Rootstalk-bud Midge (Felt, 18- 

192). 
Mass. — Magnolia (Clarke); Worcester (Thompson); Springfield 

(Stebbins); Petersham, Sept. 2 (G. C. Wheeler). 

A ^obose apical stem-gall on rootstalks of Solidago juncea. 

R. pedicellata Felt, 08-365 and 15-262 (Cecidomyiaf euthemiae 
Stebbins, 09-53, gall only). Goldenrod Stem Gall. 

Mb. — Southport. 

Mass. — Springfield, Aug.-Sept. (Stebbins). 
A fusiform gall, green, marked with red on Solidago graminifolia 

(Felt, 18-193). 

R. racemlcola (Osten Sacken). Beaked Goldenrod Gall. 
N. H. — . Mass. — Springfield, Sept. (Stebbins); Aubumdale. 

A subglobular bud-like gall on the flowers of Solidago canadensis 
(Felt, 18-19). 

R. solidaginis (Loew). Goldenrod Bunch-gall (Felt, 18-192). 
N. H. — . Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins); Aubumdale. 

The gall is terminal, consisting of a bimch of many small leaves 
on Solidago canadensis. 

R.? strobiligemma (Stebbins), 10-53. 

Mass.— Springfield, Sept. (Stebbins). An ovate gall. 

R.? thomi Felt, 15-50. 

Mass. — Worcester, Aug. (Thompson). 

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R. thompsoni Felt, 07-159 and 15-257. 
Mass. — Worcester {Thompson), 
An ovoid rootstalk gall on Solidago. R. hirtipeSj Felt, 18-197. 

R. truncata (Felt), 07-160 {Hormomyia truncata Felt, 07-160; 

Rhopaloinyia uniformis Felt, 15-244 n. nov. for truncata 1907, 

not 1908).^ 
Mass. — ^Boston {J. G. Jack). 

Oligofhrophus LatreiUe. 

O. betulae Winnertz. Birch-seed Midge. 

Mass. — ^Boston {Cora H. Clarke). Conn. — New Haven. 

Deforms the white-birch catkins, changing the alate seeds to a 
globose gall (Felt, 15-227 and 1&-49). 

Sackenomyia Felt, OS-361. 

S. packardi Felt, 09-290. 

Mass.— Canton, Apr. 15 {Winthrop Packard); Boston, May 19 

{Cora H.Clarke). 

Slightly enlarged twigs on the long-leaved willow, Salix longi- 
folia (Felt, 15-282 and 18-33). 

S. vibumifolia Felt, 09-290. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Apr. 23-May 8 {Cora H. Clarke). 

Purplish swellings on the lateral veins of Viburnum dentaium 
(Felt, 15-280). 

Lasiopteryz Westwood. 
L. coryU (Felt), 07-11. 
Mass. — Worcester, June {Thompson). 

Fuzzy wrinkled-fold gaUs at the base of leaves, Corylus ameri- 
canus (Felt, 15-193). 

L. crispata Felt, 14-111. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Aug. 22, 1912 {Cwa H. Clarke). 
Reared from a yellowish blister-leaf gall on Oakesia sessilifolia. 

Asphondylia Loew. 

A. antennariae (Wheeler). Everlasting-bud Gall. 
Mb. — ^Bar Harbor, Aug. 15. 

Corm-shaped bud-gall on everlasting {Atennaria plantaginifolia) 
(Felt, 16-133 and 18-204). 

A. conspicua (Osten Sacken). Cone-flower Gall. 
MASS.--Springfield {Stebbins). Conn. — Westfield, Sept. 19 

{Bntton). 

Irregular subglobular apical-bud gall on cone-flower {Rvdbeckia 
lacinuUa); (Felt, 16-146 and 18-206). 



^ The rules of nomenclature say that when a name is preoccupied the last 
name should be changed. For n. truncata Felt, 08-365, 1 therefore propose 
R.feltL 



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66 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

A. diervillae Felt, 07-165 and 16-140 (Cecidamyta inaequaUs 

Stebbins, 10-48). Bush-honeysuckle Midge. 
Mass. — Mt. Holyoke {Stebbins). 

The galls consist of enlarged buds and fruit of Diervilla (Felt, 
18-187). 

A. monacha Osten Sacken. Nun Midge. 

Mb. — Oquossoc, July 1. N. H. — ^JaflPrey, June 14. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Sept. 1 (Clarke); Worcester (Thompson); 

Springfield (Stebbins). R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 15. 

An apical, subglobular, rather firm gall on goldenrod (Felt, 
16-127 and 18-193). 

A. thalictri Felt, 11-547. Meadowraenseed Midge. 

N. H.— Shelburne. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Aug. 8-18 (Cora H. Clarke); Brookline, 

June 2. 

Irregular swollen seed-capsules on Thalictrum (Felt, 16-137 
and 18-128). 

Schizomyia Kieffer. 

S. coryloides (Walsh and Riley). Grape Filbert Gall. 
Mass.— Springfield, on stems of frost grape, Vitis cordifoUa 

(Stebbins); Worcester (Thompson). 

Irregular, fusiform pubescent galls, in clusters (Felt, 16-108 
and 18-166). 

S. petioUcola Felt, 08-379. Grape-petiole Gall. 

Mass. — An oval gall on the stem or tendril (Felt, 18-167). 

S. pomum (Walsh and Riley). Grape Apple Gall. 

Mass. — Springfield, on northern fox grape, Vitis labrusca (Steb- 
bins). 
An irregular nut-like gall (Felt, 16-109 and 18-166). 

S. speciosa Felt, 14-112. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Cincticomia Felt. 

C. caryae Felt, 08-380 and 16-155. 
Mass. — Worcester (Thompson). 

C. connecta Felt, 08-381 and 16-170. 

Conn.— Westville, May 8, 1903 (Dr. W. E. BnUon). 

C. globosa Felt, 09-291 and 16-160. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Apr. 26, 1909 (Cora H. Clarke). 

Hemispherical gall on the under side of the leaves of black oak 
(Felt, 18-92). 

C. majalis (Osten Sacken). Oak-vein Gall. 

Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). Conn. — . 



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C. pflulae (Walsh). Oak-pill Gall. 

Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Aubumdale; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stelh 

bins). 

Globose irregular wrinkled leaf-galls (Felt, 16-164 and 1^90). 

C. podagrae Felt, 0»-291 and 16-159. 
Mass.— Magnolia, Oct., 1908 {Cora H. Clarke). 

Narrow purplish galLs on the under side of the veins (Felt, 
18-82). 

C. pustulata Felt, 09-291 and 16-156. Oak-blister Midge. 
Mass. — Magnolia, Apr. 26 {Cora H. Clarke). Conn. — . 
Pustulate swellings, on leaves of the black oak (Felt, 18-86). 

C. pustuloides (Beutenmueller), 07-390. 

Mass. — Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 

Blister-like gall on the leaves of the scarlet and black oaks 
(Felt, 16-171). 

C. serrata Felt, 08-380 and 16-154. 
Mass. — Near Boston, June, 1908 (Cora H. Clarke). 
Circular blister leaf-galls on scarlet oak (Felt, 18-86). 

C. simpla Felt, 09-291 and 16-157. 
Mass. — Magnolia (Cora H. Clarke). 
Oval pustulate swellings on leaf of black oak (Felt, 18-86). 

C. sobrina (Felt), 07-158 and 16-168. 
Mass. — Worcester (Thompson). 
Irregular pustulate leaf-swellings on black oak (Felt, 18-86). 

Contarinia Rondani. 
C. canadensis Felt, 08-394. Ash-midrib Gall. 
Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Aubumdale; Springfield (Stebbins)* Conn. — . 
Large tumid midrib gall on white ash (Felt, 18-179). 

C. clematidis Felt, 08-393. Clematis-bud Gall. 
Mass. — Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 
Irregular subglobular bud-galls (Felt, 18-129 and 18-105). 

C. pyrivora (Riley). Pear Midge. 
Conn. — Meriden; Watertown; Mystic. 

Introduced; deforms young pears (Felt, 08-393, 13-97 and 
18-134). 

C. setigera Lintner. Melon-tip Midge. 
Mass. — Lowell, Aug.-Sept. 1888. 
Curls and slightly enlarges the tips (Felt, 08-394 and 18-189). 

C. spiraeina Felt, 11-547. Spiraea Cabbage Gall. 

Mass. — Magnolia, galls collected June 2, 1910, adults emerged 

Apr. 6, 1911 (Cora H. Clarke). 

A terminal cabbage-Uke bud-gall (Felt, 18-133 and 18-104). 



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68 FAUNA OF NEW ENGLAND. 

C. virginianae (Felt), 06-130. Chokecherry Midge. 
Mb. — Harpswell. N. H.— Jaflfrey. Vt. — ^Bennington. 
Mass. — Stow; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield {Stebbim), 

Conn. — . 

Swollen deformed fruit of the chokecherry (Felt, 18-150 and 
18-101). 

Lot>opterom7ia Felt, OS-389. 

L. venae Felt, 14-21 {Cecidomyiat venae Stebbins, 10--39). Thorn 

Vein-gall. 
Mass.— -Springfield, June (Stebbine). 

Pouch-like vein-galls on leaves of Crataegus (Felt, 18-91 and 
18-136). 

Thecod^osis Kieffer. 

T. duUchfi Felt, 12-241. Sedge-fruit Midge. 

Mass. — Magnolia, adult, June 3 and 4, 1912 (Cora H. Clarke). 

Reared from fruit of a sedge, Dvlichium arundinaceum (Felt, 
18-27). 

T. liriodendri (Osten Sacken). Tulip-tree Spot-gall. 

Mass. — Boston (J. G. Jocfc); Worcester {Thom'pBon)] Springfield 

{Stebbins). Conn. — . 

Ocellate spots on the leaves (Felt, 18-126 and 18-129). 

Dkrod^losis Kieffer. 

D. antennata Felt, 12-243. 

Me.— Orono, July 10, 1912 (Johannsen). 

Reared from larvae preying on the false maple scale, Phenacoc- 
cus acericola King (see Felt, 18-156). 

D. fulva Felt, 18-153. 

Mass. — ^Arnold Arboretimi, Jamaica Plain, Boston (Cora H. 
Clarke). Reared from leaf-galls on white oak. May 9. 

D. helena Felt, 12-245. 

Mass. — Magnolia (Cora H. Clarke). 

Reared from subglobular galls on under side of aspen leaves 
(Populus tremuloides), 

D. popuU Felt, 08-394. 

Mass. — From galls similar to those of D. helena; thus there is 
some uncertainty as to real gall-maker (Felt, 18-38). 

Totingomyia Felt, 

Y. umbellicola (Osten Sacken). Elder-flower Midge. 

Mass. — Rutland; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 

R. I. — Bristol. Conn. — . 

The galls are swollen imopened florets (Felt, 18-188 and 18- 
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Aphidoletes KiefiFer. 

A. cummeris (Lintner). Melon-aphid Midge. 
Mass. — Lowell, Aug., 1888 (Lintner). 

Reared from aphids infesting melon tips (Felt, 18-188 and 
18-138). 

A. recurvata Felt, 08-397 and 18-136. 
Mass. — Brookline, Aug., 1905. 

Lobodiplods Fdt, 08-397. 

L. acerina Felt, 07-129 and 18-162. 
Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 17. 

L. quercina (Felt), 07-130 and 18-164. 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (Bryant). 

L. speciosa Felt, 13-143. 

Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (Bryant). 

L. triangularis Felt, 18-163. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, March 7 (Bryant). 

Coquillettomyia Fdt, 08-308. 

C. bryanti Felt, 13-144. 

Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (Bryant). 

C. dentata Felt, 08-398 and 18-169. 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (Bryant). 

CUnodlplosis KiefiFer. 

C. caulicola (Coquillett). 

N. H.— Portsmouth, Jtuly, 1893 (Mrs. Celia Thaxter). 

Reared from the basal portion of the stems of Iceland poppies, 
Papaver nudicaule (Felt, 18-178). 

C. florida Felt. 
Conn. — . 

Karschomyia Felt, 08^98. 

K. vibumi (Felt), 07-130 and 18-174. 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (BryarU). 

Caryomyia Felt, 09-292. 

C. arcuaria (Felt), 08-338 and 21-104. 
Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson). 

C. caryae (Osten Sacken). Hickory-leaf Gall. 

Mass. — Worcester, July (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 

Conn. — . 

A thin-walled, globose, slightly nippled gall (Felt, 18-46 and 
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C. caryaecola Felt, 21-114. 

Mass. — Auburndale; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stefr- 

bins). 

The gall is subglobular, with a long lender apical process. 

C. consobrina Felt, 09-292. 
Mass. — ^Barre, May 1. Conn. — . 

Small, depressed globular leaf-gall on hickory (Felt, 18-46 and 
21-103). 

C. holotricha (Osten Sacken). Hickory Onion-gall. 

Mass. — Beverly, Apr. 29; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield, 

Oct. (Stebbins). 

A globular fuzzy leaf-gall (Felt, 18-47 and 21-101). 

C. inanis Felt, 09-292. 

Mass. — Worcester (Thompson). 

An irregular subglobose gall with false chamber at the tip 
(Felt, 18-47 and 21-111). 

C. persicoides (Beutenmueller). Hickory Peach-gall. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). Conn. — . 

Globular hairy galls, usually clustered along the midrib (Felt, 
18-46 and 21-113). 

C. sanguinolenta (Osten Sacken). Hickory Cone-gidi. 

Mass. — Worcester, July (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 

Conn. — . 

Narrowly conical leaf-galls (Felt, 18-43 and 21-105). 

C. thompsoni (Felt), 08-388 and 21-106. 

Mass. — Worcester, July (Thompson). Conn. — . 

A melon-shaped long-haired gall on the leaves of hickory 

(Felt, 18-47). 

C. tubicola (Osten Sacken). Hickory Tube-gall. 

Mass. — Auburndale; Worcester, Jidy (Thompson); Springfield 

(Stebbins). 

CyUndrical tube-like galls, 4-5 mm. long (Felt, 18-42 and 
•21-108). 

Mofuurtbfopalpus RObsaAmen. 

M. buzi (Laboulbene). Box-leaf Midge. 
R. I. — Newport, May 29; Kingston. 

An irregular oval swelling on the leaves of box, Buxus semper- 
virens (Felt, 21-236). 

Hormomyia Loew. 

H. cincta Felt, 21-216. 

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H. pudica Felt, 13-146. 

N. H.— Hampton, June 13, 1907 (Shaw). 

Trishonnomyia Kieffer. 

T. canadensis (Felt), 08-388 and 21-288. June-berry Lipped 
Gall. 

Mb. — ^Bar Harbor, June. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Apr. (Ctorfcc) ; Worcester (Thompson); Spring- 
field (S(66Wn«). 
A truncated red-lipped gall on the leaves of the shad-bush, 

Amdanchier canadensis (Felt, 18-134). 

T. clarkei (Felt), 08-388 and 21-230. 

Mass. — Magnolia, Apr. 7 (Cora H. Clarke); Worcester (Thoinp- 

son), 

A globular terminal bud-gall on meadow-sweet. Spiraea lati- 
/oKa (Felt, 18-133). 

T. crataegifolia (Felt), 07-160 and 21-224. Thorn Cockscomb 

Gall. 
Mass. — Worcester (Thompson). 

A cockscomb leaf-gall on the white thorn, Crataegus crusgaUae 
(Felt, 18-136). 

T. johnsoni (Felt), 07-18 and 21-224. 
Mass.— Aubumdale, May 28, 1906. 

T. modesta (Felt), 13-145 and 21-229. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, May 22. Conn. — New Haven, Jime 30 
(Walden). 

T. proteana Felt, 14-113 and 21-228. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, May 28. 

T. shawi (Felt), 13-145 and 21-223. 
N. K.— Hampton, Aug. 20, 1909 (Shaw). 

T. verruca (Walsh). Willow Lipped Gall. 

Mass. — Magnolia, May 8 (Clarke); Worcester (Thompson); 

Springfield (Stebbins). 

A subconical, tnmcate, lipped gall on willow leaves (Felt, 
18-33 and 21-230). 

Hyperd^losis KiefiFer. 

H. bryanti Felt, 13-146 and 21-125. 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug., 1907 (Bryani). 

Lestod^osb Kieffer. 

L. crataegifolia Felt, 08-408. 

Mass. — ^Worcester, July (Thompson). 

Reared from a rather spiny gall on leaf of Crataegus (Felt, 
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Obolodiplods Felt, 08-410. 

O. robiniae (Haldeman). Loenst-leaf Midge. 

Me. — Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 14. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Sept. 3-20; Manchester, Aug. 25 (Clarke). 

R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 20. Conn. — New Haven, Jime 30 

(Walden). 

Forming rolled leaf-margins on locust, Robinia pseudo-ncada 
(Felt, 18-155 and 21-152). 

ParaHelodiplogis Rttbsaamen. 

P. caryae (Felt), 07-141 and 21-168. 
Mass. — Worcester ( Thompson) . 

Reared from globular long-haired hickory leaf-gall resembling 
Caryomyia persicoides, probably inquiline (Felt, 18-47). 

P. cattleyae (Molliard). Orchid Root-gall. 
Mass.— South Natick, May 20, 1890 (A. P. Morse). 
Reared from the roots of CaUleya gigas (Felt, 18-29 and 18- 

172). 

P. cinctipes Felt, 14-113. 

Mass.— Framingham, May, 1908 (C. A. Frost). 

Reared from dead twigs of poison ivy, Rhus vemix (Felt, 21- 

172). 

P. darkeae Felt, 11-553. 

Mass.— Magnolia, Sept. 19, 1910 (Cora H. Clarke). 

A narrow apical bud-gall on Spiraea salicifolia (Felt, 18-133 
and 21-175). 

P. spiraeae (Felt), 09-293. Spiraea Leaf-roll. 
Mass. — Magnolia, Jime 26, 1909 (Cora H. Clarke). 

The gall is an irregular marginal roll of half-grown leaves of 
Spiraea salicifolia (Felt, 18-134 and 21-166). 

Retinod^losis Eieffer. 

R. inopis (Osten Sacken). 

Mass. — Obscure subcortical swellings on smaller branches of 
scrub pine (Felt, 18-15 and 21-159). 

R. resinicola Osten Sacken. The Pitch Midge. 
Mass. — Woods Hole. Conn. — Norwalk, Jime 9. 

Reared from extruded resin masses on Pinus rigida (Felt, 18-16 
and 21-156). 

Mycodiplosis RQbsaAmen. 

M. cerasifolia Felt, 07-21. Leaf-folding Cherry Gall. 
Mass. — Worcester ( Thompson) . 
Thickened folded leaves of the chokecherry (Felt, 08^-401 and 

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M. holotricha Felt, 08-401 and 18-188. 
Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson). 

Probably inqniline in the galls of Caryomyia holotricha (Felt, 
18-47). 

M, populifolia Felt, 08-400. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, Aug. N. H. — Aug. {Thompson). 

BuUet-like swellings at the base of aspen-poplar leaves (Felt, 
18-186). 

Ceddomyia Mdgen, 1803 (lUmida Meigen, 1800). 
C, canadensis (Felt), 11-558. 
Mass. — Magnolia, Aug. 5, 1908 {Cora H. Clarke). 

Oval wooUy leaSf-gaUs on lateral veins of shad-bush, Am^elan- 
chier canadensis (Felt, 21-182). 

C, foliora Russell and Hooker, 08-350 {fC. erubescens Osten 

Sacken, gall only). 
Mass. — ^Amherst, marginal rolls on the leaves of black oak; 

Springfield {Stebbins); Worcester {Thompson). Conn. — . 

C. refleza (Felt), 13-146. 
N. H. — Hampton {Shaw). 

C. spiraeina (Felt), 11-551 (C. luppa Stebbins, 10-35, gall only). 
Mass. — Magnolia {Cora H. Clarke); Springfield {Stebbins). 
Enlarged terminal buds on Spiraea salictfolia (Felt, 21-189). 

C. triticicola Kieflfer, 13-220 (C. tritici Felt, 12-289, not Kirby). 

The Wheat Midge. 

Packard records this species from all of the New England 
States and it may have been common when wheat was more 
generally cultivated. 

DlPTBBOCBCn>IA. 

The following names are based on the galls only, the midge 
which causes the gall being imknown. They are provisionally 
placed imder the generic name of Cecidomyia until the gall- 
maker is reared and described. The specific names also are sub- 
ject to change, unless the person who describes the midge chooses 
to adopt the same name. The form of the galls is, as a rule, so 
characteristic of the species that it seems detrimental to a study 
of the family to omit them. 

Ceddomyia. 
C. balsamicola Lintner. Balsam Gall. 
Me. — Moosehead Lake, July. N. H. — {Thompson). 

Subglobular basal swellings of the leaves of the fir balsam (Felt, 
18-19). 

C. bedeguar Welsh. Tufted Thorn Gall. 
Mass. — Springfield {Stebbins). 

Subglobose vein-gall, opening surrounded by dense tufts on 
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C. bifolia Stebbins, 10-49. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 
A small gall binding together two leaves of the goldenrod. 

C. castaneae Stebbins, 10-17. 
Mass. — Springfield. 

An ellipsoidal gall found singly or in small groups near the 
base of the leaves of chestnut, Castanea dentata. 

C. celastri Stebbins, 10-41. Bittersweet Root-gall. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 

Irregular enlargement of roots of bittersweet, Celastrus scan^ 
dens. 

C. citricola Osten Sacken. 
Mass. — ^Worcester. 
Infests the base of the leaves of linden. 

C. citrina Osten Sacken. 
Mass. — Springfield, July and Aug. (Stebbins). 
Irregular fleshy gidls on the terminal buds of linden. 

C. crotalariae Stebbins, 10-40. Rattle-box Stem-^all. 
Mass. — SpringfiM, Sept. (Stebbins). 

A fusiform swelling of the winged stem of the rattle-box, Crth 
tdlaria sagittalis. 

C. cynipsea Osten Sacken. 
Mass, — ^Worcester. 
Subglobose woody swellings on hickory. 

C. deserta Patton. 
Conn. — . 

C. impatientis Osten Sacken. Touch-me-not Gall. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stdh 

bins). 

Globose juicy flower-bud galls on jewel-weed, Impaiiens biflora. 

C. irregularis Stebbins, 10-9. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 

Irregular blister-galls between the leaf-veins of the large- 
toothed aspen, Popul'os grandidentaia. 

C. muscosa Stebbins, 10-35. 
Mass. — Springfield, Aug. (Stebbins). 
Mossy leaf-gall of blackberry, RubiLS nigrobaccus. 

C. niveipila Osten Sacken. Woolly Fold-^all. 
Me. — . 

Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 
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C. ocellaris Osten Sacken. Maple Leafnspot. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert. N. H. — Jaffrey, June. Vt. — ^Bennington, 

June. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale; Worcester; Springfield. R. I. — Bristol. 

Conn. — . 

Ocellate, yellow, red-margined blisters on the red maple. 

C. pinirigidae Packard (C. rednicola Aldrich, not Osten Sacken; 

DispUma rigidae Stebbins, 10-7). Pine-needle Gall. 
Mass. — Springfield {Stebbins). R. I. — . 

Aborted ne^e-clxisters, base globose, on Pintis rigida. 

C. potentillaecaulis Stebbins, 10-37. 
Mass. — Springfield, Sept. (Stebbins). 
An enlarged intemodal stem-gall on PotentiUa canadensis. 

C. pudibimda Osten Sacken. 

N. H. — Hanover, July. 

Mass. — ^Worcester, June (Thompson); Springfield (StMnns). 

Folds between the larger veins of the hornbeam, Carpinus 
caroliniana. 

C. racemi Stebbins, 10-39. 
Mass. — Springfield, July (Stebbins). 
An elliptical swelling of the axis of the raceme of chokecherry. 

C, reniformis Stebbins, 10-36. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 
A renif orm gall at the base of the petiole of the wild strawberry. 

C. serotinae Osten Sacken. Wild-cherry Bud-gall. 

Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins); Worcester. R. I. — Providence 

(Thompson). 

Club-shaped enlargement of terminal bud of Prunus serotina. 

C. squamulicola Stebbins, 10-16. Hazel-catkin Gall. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 

A gall which deforms the sterile catkin, causing it to be twice 
or thrice its normal size. 

C. tuba Stebbins, 10-46. 
Mass. — Springfield (Stebbins). 
A hemispherical gall on the leaves of Comus amomum. 

C. verrucicola Osten Sacken. Basswood Wart-gall. 

Mass. — Cohasset; Worcester (Thompson); Springfield (Stebbins). 

Conn. — . 

Rounded wart-like gall cm the leaves of the linden, Tilia 
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C. viticola Osten Sacken. Grape Tube-gall. 
Mass. — ^Worcester, Aug. {Thompson). 

Elongated conical reddish leaf-galls on grape (Felt, 18-168). 

Note: — The so-called "oak spangle" referred to in literature as 
Ceddomyia poculum O. S., although Osten Sacken suspected 
they were due to a cynipid, are really produced by a cynipid wasp, 
described by Weld as Xysiateras poculum (Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
vol. 61, p. 7, 1922). 

Mtcetophilidae. The Fungus Gnats. 
BolitophiU Meigen. 
B. disjuncta Loew. 
Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 24. 

B. cinerea Meigen. 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 10-Oct. 30. 

Mass.— 23. May 26. 

B. hybrida Meigen. 

Me.— 1, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 21. June 4-Sept. 10. 

Mass. — ^23. Jime 13-Aug. 7. 

B. montana Coquillett. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 7. N. H. — Mt. Washington. 

Hesperinus Walker. 
H. brevifrons Walker. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., July 6. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15. 

Palaeoplatyura Meunier. 

P. johnsoni Johannsen, 09-226. 
Vt. — ^Burlington, June 24. 
MASS.^-Great Harrington, June 15. 

Ditomyia Winnertz. 

D. euzona Loew. 
N. H. — ^Franconia. 

Symmenis Walker. 
S. tristis (Loew). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 10. 
Mass. — . 

S. annulatus (Meigen). 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18, 20, 22. June 26-July 26. 

Mass.— 23. July 24-Aug. 5. 

S« lauta (Lioew^. 

Me.— Capens, July 15; Eastport, July 16. N. H.— Mt. Wash- 
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DkdoddU Ruthe. 

D. femiginosa (Meigen). 

N. H.— White Mts. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, July 10, Aug. 16; Chester, Aug. 7. 

D. borealis CoquiUett. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 24. 

Asinduhtm Winnerts. 
A. cozale Loew. 
Mb. — ^Mt. Desert, Aug. 10. N, H. — ^Hampton, July 18 (Shaw). 

A. flavum Winnertz. 
N. H.— . 

A. montanum Boeder. 

Mb.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19, Aug. 2-25. 

Mass.— 23, 25. July 31-Aug. 12. 

Ceroplatua Bosc. 
C. claustts CoquiUett. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert, Sept. 13. N. H. — ^Franconia. 
R. I. — ^Kingston, Aug. 21. 

C. militaris Johannsen, 09-237. 

Mb.— Mt. Desert, Sept. 13. N. H.— Intervale, Aug. 23 (Alien) ; 
Hampton, June 30 (Shaw). 

Cerotelion Rondani. 
C. beUulus (Williston). 
Mass. — Brookline, Jiily 21. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, July 22. 

Apemon Johannsen, 0^20. 

A. maudae (CoquiUett). 

N. H. — Franconia (Mr«. Slosson); Bretton Woods, June 28; Mt. 
Washington, 3000 ft., July 28. 

Platyura Meigen. 
P. inops CoquiUett. 
Vt. — ^Brattleboro, July 15. 

P. elegans CoquiUett. 

N. H.— 12, 15. July 6-Aug. 11. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29. July 14-Aug. 16. 

P. mimnla Johannsen, 09-255. 
N. H. — ^Hampton, June 4 (Shaw). 

P. melasoma Loew. 

N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 29; Hampton, July 14 (^Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, June 26. 

P. fasdpennis Say. 
N. H. — Franconia. 



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P. fascipennis var. sagax Johannsen, 0^-258. 
Me. — Capens, July H; Eastport, July 16. 

P. mendosa Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 12. June 26-Aug. 10. 

P. mendica Loew. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 12. July 7-Sept. 30. 

Mass.— 27. July 16. 

P. subterminalis Say. 

Me.— Capens, July 19; Mt. Katahdin, July 16 (Blake), 

Mass. — North Adams, June 18. 

P. diluta Loew. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 12, 22. July 7-15. 

Mass.— 27. June 28. 

P. genualis Johannsen, 09-262. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 20. June 23-July 26. 

Mass. — ^27. June 7-15. 

Maerocera Meigen. 
M. inconcinna Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 17. June 21-July 26. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 27-Sept. 4. 

M. nebulosa Coquillett. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 12-25. 

Mass.— 23, 29. R. I.— 33. June 22-Aug. 5. 

M. hirsuta Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 24-July 26. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 17-Sept. 4. 

M. formosa Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8. Vt.— 20. July 11-21. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 17-Sept. 21. 

lA clara L/oew 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16. June 24-Sept. 10. 

Mass.- 23, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17-Sept. 3. 

M. nobilis Johnson, 22-21, 

N. R.—Mt. Washington, 2000 ft., July 24; Mt. Monadnack, 

June 22. 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 8, 1922 (Bryant). 

Monoclona Mik. 

M. elegantula Johannsen, 10-128. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 10. 

M. furcata Johannsen, 10-187. 

Me. — Orono, May 26, 1910 (Johannsen). 



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Biidicnuui Loew. 
E. obumbrata Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 14-July 17. 
Mass.— 23. June 24. 

Tetragoneura Winnerts. 
T. bicolor Coquillett. 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Sloason). 
Mass. — Blue Hill, Milton, Jime 4; North Adams, June 20. 

Sdophila Meigen. 
S. quadratula (Loew). 
Me. — . N. H. — Franconia. 

S. glabana Johannsen, 10-136. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 20. Vt.— Burlington, June 22. 

R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, Jime 20. 

S* glabana var. germana Johannsen, 10-137. 
Mass. — ^Bashbish Falls, June 28. 

S. glabana var. socia Johannsen, 10-137. 
Vt. — ^Burlington, June 28. 
Mass. — ^Boston. 

S. incallida Johannsen, 10-139. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28. 

Mass. — Arlington, May 26. Conn. — New Haven, Jime 26. 

S. hebes Johannsen. 

R. I. — Kingston, May (Barlow). 

S. pallipes Say. 

Me.— Orono, Sept. 9; Mt. Desert, Aug. 11 (Dr. C. S. Minot). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington. 

S. fasciata Say. 

Vt. — St. Johnsbury, June 28. 

Paratinia Mik. 
P. recurva Johannsen, 10-144. 
Vt. — St. Albans, June 21. 

Polylepta Winnertz. 
P. fragilis Loew. 
Mass. — *' Massachusetts^^ (Loew). 

P, leptogaster Winnertz. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

P. obediens Johannsen. 

N. H.— Hampton, May 16 (Shaw); Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., 

July 4-6. 
Mass. — Bedford; Chester, May 27. 

?P. grisea (Walker). 
N. H.— White Mts. 



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TCtwp f^i^q Winnertz. 
E. tibialis (CoquiUett). 
N. R.—WhUe Mt8. 

Dziedzickia JohaniiB^. 

D. n.8p. (Johannsen), 10-152. 
N. H.— . 

Diomonos Walker. 
D. bifaisciatus (Say). 

Me.— Bridgton, July; Enfield, July 8 (Hiichinga). N. H.- 
White Mts. Vt.— Killington Peak, Aug. 26. 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 5. 

D. magnificus Johannsen, 10-155. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2000 ft., July 28. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 {Bryant); Washington, Aug. 8; 
October Mt., July 24. 

D. subcaeruleus (Coquillett). 

N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson), Vt. — ^Bolton Mt., Sept. 10 
(Bryant). 

D. pulcher (Johannsen), 10-156. 

Me.— Enfield, July 8 {Hitchings). N. H.— Hampton, July 28, 

1903 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8, 1907 (Bryant). R. I. — ^Kingston, 

July 24 (Barlow). 

Neoempheria Osten Sacken. 

N. macularis Johannsen, 10-159. 

Me.— Capens, July 15; Princeton, July 12; Machias, July 22. 
Vt. — ^Brattleboro, July 15. 

N. didyma (Loew). 

Me.— 4, 7. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— . July 3-26. 

Mass.— 23, 25. June 5. 

N. impatiens Johannsen, 10-161. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. June 22-Sept. 4. 

N. balioptera Loew. 
Vt.— 18. June 28. 
Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-June 12. 

N. nepticula Loew. 

Mass. — Auburndale, Aug. 18; Blue Hill, July 16; Plymouth, 
July 28; Manomet, July 27. 

N. indulgens Johannsen, 10-162. 

Vt. — St. Albans, June 20; St. Johnsbury, June 28. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5. 



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N. illustris Johannsen, 10-163. 

Mass. — ^Auburadale, Aug. 13; Plymouth, July 28; Blue Hill, 

July 16; Southbridge, Siept. 3. R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 21; 

Kingston, July 26. 

Mycomya Rondani. 
M. Uttoralis (Say). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. July 9-13. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.—. May 28-July 16. 

M. seqiiax Johannsen, 10-172. 

Me. — Princeton, July 12; Mt. Desert, June 13. 

M. obliqua (Say). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. July 22-30. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 28-Aug. 31. 

M. tantilla (Loew). 

Me. — Machias, July 26; Mt. Desert, July 30 {McAtee). 

M. imitaiis Johannsen, 10-177. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, July 15. 

Mass. — Washington, Aug. 8. R. I. — Kingston {Barlow), 

M. inaTima Johannsen, 10-179. 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 18. June 21-July 21. 
Mass.- 23. June 27. 
Type locality, Nain, Labrador, not "Maine." 

M. biseriata (Loew). 

Me.— Capens, July 14. Vt. — St. Albans, June 21. 

M. hirticollis (Say). 
N. H.— White Mts. 

M. flavohirta (Coquillett). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slossan). 

M. mendaz Johannsen (?). 

N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 24. Vt. — St. Johnsbury, Jime 27. 

?M. onusta (Loew). 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Jime 30 (Dr. Minot); Kineo, Aug. 17 (Alex- 

ander). 
MAS8.--October Mt., July 24. 

M. incompta Johannsen, 10-186. 
Me.— Capens, July 21. 

Gnoriste Meigen. 

G. megarrhina Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 14. 

Mass.— 23. May 28-June 20. 

G. macra Johannsen, 11-257. 
N. H. — Glen House, June 11. 



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AcnemU Winnerts. 
A. flaveola Coquillett. 

Mass.— Mt. Tom, July 14; Cohasset, July 5, 1920 (Bryant). 
R. I.—. 

AzanA Walker. 
A. sp. Johannsen, 11-260. 
Mb. — . 

Rondaniella JohaniiB^, 0^-66. 

R. abbreviata (Loew)i 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 13. July 24-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. May 25-Oct. 20. 

R. sororcula (Loew). 

Me.— 1. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 18. June 26-Oct. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. June 18-Sept. 12. 

Neuratdia Rondani. 

N. scitula Johannsen, 11-263. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 15; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 18 (Blake). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 29; Glen House, July 3. Vt.— 

Brattleboro, July 15. 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 21. 

N. desidiosa Johannsen, 11-263. 
Mass. — ^North Adams, Jime. 

Leptomorphoa Carter. 

L. hyalinus Coquillett. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

Allocotocera Mik. 

A. parvula (Coquillett). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 17. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 17. 

Boletina Staeger. 

B. obscura Johannsen, 11-270. 

N. H. — Hampton, Apr., May (Shaw). 

Mass. — Brookline, May 24; New Bedford; Swansea, Oct. 10; 
Dighton, Oct. 17 (Boston). 

B. cincta Johannsen, 11-270. 

N. H. — Hampton, July 17 (Shaw). Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

B. notescens Johannsen, 11-272. 

Me. — Princeton, July 12. N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 26. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15; Chester, May 28. 

B. groenlandica Staeger. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 to 4000 ft., June 13-July 8; Glen 
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B. tricincta Loew. 

ME.--4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. June 6-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29, 31. June 28-Aug. 16. 

B. sciarina Staeger. 

Me.—. N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 24. 

B. hopkinsii Coquillett? 
N. H. — ^Hampton (Shaw). 

LeUMeigen. 
L. melaena Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, Aug. 18. N. H.— Center Harbor, Sept. 10. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5; Washington, Aug. 8. R. I. — ^Kingston 
(Barlow). 

L. ventralis Say. 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. July-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 23, 27. July 24-Sept. 4. 

L. winthemii Lehmann. 

ME.-4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18. May 30-Aug. 27. 

Mass.— 24. June 28. 

L. oblectabilis Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 24-Aug. 11. N. H.— Hampton (Shaw), 

L. opima (Loew). 

Me.— 8,9. N.H.— 11,13,15. Vt.— 18,20. June 28-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 22-Sept. 4. 

L. sublunata (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. July 21. 

Mass.— 24. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12-July 14. 

L. bivittata Say. 

N. H.— White Mts.; Hampton, June 21 {Shaw). 

Conn. — New Haven, July 4; Rowayton, Aug. 25. 

Phthinia Winnerts. 
P. tanypus Loew. 
N. H. — Franconia. Vt. — Montpelier, June 24; KiUington Peak, 

Aug. 25. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 3. 

Syntemna Winnerts. 

S. rejecta Johannsen, 11-296. 
Mass.— Blue Hill, Milton, July 16. 

S. longicomis (Coquillett). 
N. H.— White Mts. 
Mass. — Brookline, Aug. 

S. vittata (CoquiUett). 

Me. — Machias, July 25. N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 



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S. vittata var. fasciata Johannsen, 11-297. 
Me.— Eastport, July 15. N. H.— Mt. WashiDgton, 3000 ft, 
July 28. 

S. separata Johannsen, 11-297. 
Vt.— St. Johnsbury, June. 

S. polyzona Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 21. 

R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 21 : Apponaug, Jime 22. 

Docosia Winnerts. 
D. dichroa Loew. 

Me. — Kittery, June 4. Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5. 
Mass. — Ellis Station, May 11; Milton, May 17. R. I. — ^Kings- 
ton, May 23. 

D. obscura Coquillett. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

Trichonta Winnerts. 

T. perspicua Van der Wulp. 

Me.— 4, 8. Vt.— 17, 18. June 11-July 21. 

T. cincta Johannsen, 11-303. 
Me. — Eastport. 

T. bellula Johannsen, 11-304. 

N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 28. Vt. — ^Mt. Ascutney, July. 

T. diffissa Johannsen, 11-305. 
Mass. — Brookline, Aug. 

Cordyia Meigen. 

C. volucris Johannsen, 09-101. 
Me. — Eastport, July 15. 

Biachypeza Winnerts. 

B. bisignata var. divergens Johannsen, 11-309. 

Me.— 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 18. June 11-Nov. 2. 

Mass. — 23. Aug. 7. 

Rhymosia Winnerts. 
R. fllipes Loew. 
N.H.—" White Mts." 
Conn. — . 

R. akeleyi Johannsen, 11-312. 
N. H.— Cornish, July 13. 

R. captiosa Johannsen, 11-313. 

N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 22. June 25-July 15. 

Mass.— 23. July 18-Aug. 7. 



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Allodia Winnertz. 

A. crassicomis Stannius. 

Me.—. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 20. June 14-July 25. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 9. 

A. bulbosa Johannsen, 11-316. 
N. H.—iWeed). 

A. actuaria Johannsen, 11-317. 
Mass. — Woods Hole. 

A. elata Johannsen, 11-318. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 18. Apr. 22-July 25. 

Mass.— 27, 32. May 1-July 16. 

Phronia Winnerts. 

P. insulsa Johannsen, 12-60. 
R. I.—. 

Macrobrachiiis Dziedzicki. 

M. producta (Johannsen), 13-228. 
Mass.— Brookline, Aug. 23, 1904. 

TdmaphlhiB Bedcer. 

T. nebulosa Johannsen, 12-64. 
N. H. — Hampton, Apr. 8 (Shaw). 

Ezecfaia Winnorts. 

E. perspicua Johannsen, 12-67. 
Me. — Orono, Oct. 

E. cincinnata Johannsen, 12-69. 

Me. — Orono, Oct., reared from Boletus granvlatua. N. H. — 

Hampton, Oct. 22. Vt. — Burlington, June 24. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, Sept. 12; Boston, Apr. 30; Cohasset, Dec. 

29. 

E. nugatoria Johannsen, 12-70. 
R. I. — Kingston {Barlow). 

E. nativa Johannsen, 12-70. 

Me. — Orono, Oct. Vt. — Montpelier, June 24. 

E. bellula Johannsen, 12-71. 
Me. — Orono, Nov. 3. 

E. captiya Johannsen, 12-72. 

N. H.— (TTccd). Vt.— Burlington, June 22. 

Mass. — ^Boston. 

E. absoluta Johannsen, 12-72. 

Conn. — ^New Haven, Oct. 21 (yiereck), 

E. capillata Johannsen, 12-73. 
R. I. — ^Kingston, May {Barlow). 



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E. attrita Johannsen, 12-73. 

Me. — Orono, Nov. N. H. — ^Hampton, Nov. 11 (Shaw). 

R. I.— • 

E. repanda Johannsen, 12-73. 
Mass. — Boston, Sept. 28. 

E. absurda Johannsen, 12-74. 
Me. — Orono, Nov. 

E. neza Johannsen, 12-^8. 
Mass. — Brookline. 

DynatosoniA ^Hnnerts. 
D. nigrina Johannsen, 12-75. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 to 5000 ft., July 4-28. 
Mass. — Chester, July 24; Bashbish Falls, June 28; Sharon, Aug. 
3. 

D. fulvida Coquillett. 

Me. — Capens, July 19; Machias, July 26. N. H. — Franconia. 

Mass.— Sharon, Aug. 3. 

D. thoracica Coquillett. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington; Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

D. placida Johannsen, 12-76. , 
N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 25. 

^kypta Winnerts. 

E. pulicoria Loew. 

N. H. — Hampton, May 7. 

Mass.— Fall River, Nov. 1; Mt. Tom, July 14. 

E. punctum (Stannius). 
Mass. — Aubumdale. 

£• trinotata (Staeger). 

Mass. — North Adams, Jime 20. 

Mycothera Winnerts. 
M. paula Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Monadnock, June 26. 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 7. 

M. impellans Johannsen, 12-83. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18. July 27-Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 23, 25. June 18-Sept. 3. 

Mycetophlla Meigen. 
M. ezstincta Loew. 
Mass. — North Adams, Jime; Aubumdale, Aug. 

M. punctata Meigen. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 18, 22. Apr. 9-July 20. 

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M. mutica Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 21. June 6-July 30. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 28-Sept. 19. 

M. lenis Johamisen, 12-94. 
Me. — Eastport, July. 

M* bipunctata Loew. 

Me.— Orono, Nov. N. H.— White Mts. 

M. inculta Loew. 

R. I. — Kingston (Barlow). 

Itf • scsIhtIs Xx)ew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 17, 18. June 16-July 6. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. July 27-Sept. 10. 

M. pinguis Loew. 

Me.—. N. H.— White Mts. 

M. foectinda Johannsen, 12-99. 
Me. — Orono. 

M. imitator Johannsen, 12-99. 
Me. — Orono, Nov., March 31. 

M. perlonga Johannsen, 12-100. 

MEi— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 14-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 7. 

M* fastosa Johannsen, 12-91. 

Mb.— 6, 7, 8. N. H,— 11, 15. Vt.— 16. Apr. 9-July 21. 

Mass.— 25, 27. Conn.— 35. Mar. 14-Sept. 4. 

M. lenta Johannsen, 12-102. 

Mb. — Orono, Oct., bred from mushrooms; Capens, July 19. 

M. anomala Johannsen, 12-96. 

Mass. — Chester, May 28; Williamsburg, Aug. 7. 

M. sigmoides Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts.; Hampton, Apr. 8 {Shaw). 

M* exusta Johannsen, 12-104. 
Mass. — . 

M. edentula Johannsen, 12-105. 
N. H.— Hampton, Oct. {Shaw). 

M. trichonota Loew. 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 21. June 5-July 21. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Aug. 3-7. 

M. monochaeta Loew. 
Conn. — . 

M. bifasciata Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs, Slosaon). 



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M. biscoidae Say. 
Vt. — Mt. Aflcutney, July 11. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 28; Chester, Aug. 7; Woods Hole, 
July 24. Conn.— Yaleiaville, Oct. 19. 

M. ichneumon Say. 
N. H.— White Mts- {Morrison). 

Mass. — Chester, May 26; Mt. Greylock, June 15; North Adams, 
June 18. 

M. obscura Walker. 

Me. — ^Waterville. N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson)] 

Hampton, Mar. 4, Nov. 4 {Shaw). 
Mass.— Cohasset, Dec. 29 {Bryant). 

M. socia Johannsen. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30 {McAtee). 

PnyzU Johannsen, 12-114. 

P. scabiei (Hopkins) {Epidajms scabiei Hopkins). 
R. I. — Kingston, 1903 {Barlow). Larva causes a form of scab on 
potatoes {Hopkins). 

Sceptonia \^^nnertz. 
S. nigra (Meigen). 

Me.— Orono, Nov. {Johannsen); Mt. Desert, Jidy 30 {McAtee). 
Mass. — ^Brookline, Jime 28. 

ZygomyUi Winnerts. 
Z. omata Loew. 
Mass. — Southbridge, Aug. 27. 

Z. varia Staeger. 

Me. — Capens, Jidy 19. 

Sciaridae. 

Eugnoriste Coquillett. 

E. occidentalis Coquillett. 
N. H.— Intervale, Aug. 23. 

Tdchosk Winnerts. 
T, sp. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Zygoneura Meigen. 

Z. flavicoza Johannsen, 12-116. 

Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 23. 

Sdara Meigen. 
S. ochrolabis Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. June 24-Sept. 27. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 9-Aug. 
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S. vicina Johannsen, 12-124. 
Me. — Macfaias, July 19. 

S. habilis Johannsen, 12-126. 

Me.— 4, 8. Vt.— 16, 21. June 4r-July 14. 

Mass.— 27, 29. May 23-July 4. 

S. sciophila Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. May 23-Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 6-Sept. 13. 

S. psittacus Pettey, 18-330. 

Me. — Orono?, Aug. 21 (C. P. Alexander). 

Neosckum Pettey, 1^-^20. 

N. coprophila (Lintner). 

ME.-4, 6. N. H.— 15. May 4-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 27, 29. May 10-Sept. 7. 

N. abbreviata Walker. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

N. actuosa (Johannsen), 12-134. 

Conn. — New Haven, May 10; Yalesville, Oct. 19. 

N. atrata (Say). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosaon). 

N. ocellaris (Comstock). 

Mass. — Wellesley, Feb., from flower pots (Morse). 

N. dux Johannsen, 12-127. 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 21. 

N. ericia Pettey, 18-337. 
Mass. — ^BrookUne. 

W. exigua (Say). 
N. H. — Franconia. 

N. falcata Pettey, 18-331. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Apr. 

N. fuliginosa Fitch. 
N. H. — Franconia. 

N. fumida (Johannsen), 12-135. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 22. 
Mass. — Mt. Tom, July 14. 

If. hastata (Johannsen), 12-130. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 22. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, July 24. 

N. inconstans (Fitch). 

Me.— Orono; South Deer Isle. N. H.— White Mts. 



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TX. johannseni (Enderline) {Sciara nigricans Johannsen, 12-134). 
R. I. — Kingston {Barlow). 

If. jucunda (Johannsen), 12-319. 

N. H.— 12, 20. July 5-13. 

Mass.— 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 5-Aug. 11. 

If. lugens (Johannsen), 12-132. 

Mb. — Orono. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, May 26. 

If. mellea (Johannsen), 12-129. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2000 ft., July 24. 
Mass. — ^BrookUne, June 20; Aubumdale, Aug. 16. Conn.— 
Darien, May 27; Danbury, June 20. 

N. nacta (Johannsen), 12-132. 

Mass. — ^Aubimidale, July 11; Brookline, Aug. 25. 

If. multiseta (Felt). 

Vt. — Manchester, June 6. 

If. parilis (Johannsen), 12-132. 
N. H. — Intervale, Aug. 18. 

If. pauciseta (Felt). 

N. H.— 15. May 5. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. Apr. 26-Oct. 19. 

If. prolifica (Felt). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 12, 15. Apr. 16-July 7. 

Mass.— 25, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Feb.-June 30. 

N. quadrispinosa Pettey, 18-332. 
Mass. — North Adams, March 20. 

N. sylvestris Kieffer. 

Me.— Echo Lake, Mt. Desert, July 22, 1918. 

N. vaiians Johannsen, 12-135. 

Me.— Northeast Harbor, Aug. 11 (Dr. C. S. Minot). 

N. vulgaris (Fitch). 
N. H.— White Mts. 

Bibionidae. 
Pleda Wiedemann. 
P. heteroptera Say. 
Me.— 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 21. Aug. 2fr- 

Oct. 14. 
Mass.— 26, 27. Sept. 29-Oct. 18. 

Bibio Geoffroy. 

B. abbreviatus Loew. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. May 10-June 12. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. May 9-Oct. 27. 



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B. albipennis Say. 

Mb.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. May 31-June 11. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mayl7-June3. 

B. basilis Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 11-24. N. H.— Glen House, June 13-16. 

B. f emoratus Wiedemann. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. May 11-June 13. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 28--Jiuie 15. 

B. fratemus Loew. 

Me. — 6 (Orono). 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 13-June 27. 

B. fumipennis Walker. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloaaon). Vt.— Bolton Mt., 
Aug. 30 (Bryant); Killington Peak, Aug. 23, 1898 (Morse). 

B. longipes Loew. 

Mb.-^, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. Aug. 28-Oct. 14. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Sept. 20- 
Oct. 27. 

B. slossonae Cockerell, 09-174 (B. gracilis Walker, 1848, not 

Unger, 1841). 
Me. — . N. H. — Passaconaway, Sept. 12, 1912 (Cushman). 
Mass.— Mt. Greylock, 3000 ft., Oct. 9, 1920 (G. C. Wheeler); 

Cheshire, Oct. 2 (Beecroft). 

B. variabilis Loew. 

Me.— 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 7. 

Mass. — 23 (summit Mt. Greylock, Jime 15, 1906). 

B. xanthopus Wiedemann. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. May 17-June 19. 

Mass.— 25, 27. May 12-June 1. 

B. vestitus Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Jfr«. Slosson). 

Dilophus Meigen. 

D. breviceps Loew. 

N. H. — Glen House, Jime 18; Mt. Washington (Dimtnock). 

Vt. — Manchester, June 6; Bennington, June 22. 
Mass. — ^Mt. Greylock, 3000 ft., June 15; North Adams, Jime 20. 

D. sectus McAtee, 21-22. 

Me. — Ft. Kent, Aug. 17; Monmouth, June 16 (Frost). N. H. — 
Franconia (Mrs. Slosson) ; Bretton Woods, June 27. 

D. spinipes Say (D. dimidiaius Loew). 
Conn.— West Haven, Oct. 2 (Britton). 



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D. stigmaterus Say. 

Me.— Orono, Sept. 15, 1913 (Parahley). N. H.— Base Mt 

Washington, Sept. 19; Hampton, Oct. 1 {Shaw). 
Mass. — {Harris CoU.). 

SCATOPSIDAE. 

Scatopse Geoffroy. 
S. notata (Linn^). 
Me.—. N. H.— 15. Sept. 16. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. April 4r-Nov. 30. 

Swammerdamella Enderlein, 12-227. 

S. brevicomis (Meigen). 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, July 1 1 ; Bar Harbor, Aug. 18. N. H.— 
White Mts. 

ReicherteOa Enderlein, 12-268. 

R. femoralis (Meigen) {Scatopse ptdicaria Loew; Melander, 16-9). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 14-Aug. 25. 

Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 27-Oct. 18. 

Rhegmodema Enderlein, 12-276. 
R. atrata (Say). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 31 {McAtee). 
Conn. — . 

AldroYandiella Enderlein, 12-278. 

A. halterata (Meigen). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30 {McAtee). 

Ectaetia Enderlein, 12-279. 
E. clavipes Loew. 
Conn.— South Meriden, Apr. 13, 1915 {H. L. Johnson). 

Simuliidae. 
Prosimulium Roubaud. 
Subgenus Prosimulium Roubaud. 
P. hirtipes Fries. 

Me.— 3, 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19. May 13-Sept. 20. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 14- 
Aug. 27. 

P. mutatum Malloch, 14-20. 

Mass.— Fall River, May 13, 1908 {Boston). 

Subgeniis Cnephia Enderlein, 21-43. 

P. pecuarum Riley 

Conn.— Westville, Apr. 25, 1907 {BrUton). 



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Slmuliiim LatreOle. 
Subgenus SimuHum Latreille. 
S. venustum Say. "The Black Fly." 
Me.— 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 19. June 7- 

Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. June 5-Sept. 28. 

S. pisciddium Riley. 

Mb.— 1, 3, 4, 5, 8. N. H — 11, 14. June 7-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 27. May 26. 

S. bracteatum Coquillett. 

N. H, — Franconia {Mrs. Sloaaon). 

Mass.— Mt. Tom, Sept. 22; Framinghaan, Aug. 26, 1915 (Frost). 

S. pamassum Malloch, 14—36. 

N. H.— Red Hill, Moultonburgh, Aug. 5 (Dyar); White Mts. 
(Morrison); Chatham, Aug. 21 (0. M. AUen); Alstead, Aug. 9 
(Morse). Vt. — Chittenden, Aug. 1-15 (Bequaeri)-, KiUington 
Peak, Aug. 28, 1919; Bolton Mt., July 16 (Bryant). 

S. meridionale Riley. 

Mass. — ^Worcester (Thompson); Wayland and Wellesley, Apr. 
19, 1921 (Morse). R. I.— Kingston, Apr. 25 (Barlow). 

Subgenus WUhdmia Enderlein, 21-44. 
S. vittata Zetterstedt. 
Me.— 7. July 12. 
Mass.— 25, 27. R. I.— 33. May20-July2. 

Blephaboceridae. 

Blepharocera Macquart. 
B. tenuipes (Walker). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 21, 22. June 13-July 10. 
Mass.- 23. Jime 18-28. 

BRACHYCERA. 
Xylophagidae. 
Rhachicenis (Haliday) Walker. 
R. fttlvicollis Haliday. 
Mass. — ^Beverly (E. Burgess). 

R. nitidus Johnson. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, July 29, 1919. 

Xylophagus Meigen. 
X. abddminalis Loew. 

Me.— Machiae, July 27, 1909. N. H.— Durham, May 2. 
Mass. — Auburndale, May 27-June 15; Wellesley (Morse); South 
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X. nitidus Adams, 04-435. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloason). 

X. longicomis Loew. 

Mass. — ^^Massachusetts*' (Loew). 

X. lugens Loew. 

N. H.— 11. June 12-July 7. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. Apr. 1-May 18. 

X. rufipes Loew. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 8. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26. May 26-June 15. 

Solva Walker, 1860 (XyUmyia Rondani, 1861). 

S. ateirima Johnson. 
N. H. — Franconia. 

S. pallipes Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 14. July 22. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 20- July 27. 

S. tenthredinoides Van der Widp. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 29, 1913. 

Mass. — ^Beverly, July 10. Conn. — Pleasant Valley {Bequaert), 

Ardiroceras Williston. 
A. leptis Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 7 {Sherriff), July 25 (Dtmmodfe); 
Base Station, July 30 (F. W. Dodge). 

Gltttops Burgess. 

G. singularis Burgess. 

N. H.— Base of Mt. Monadnoek about 1800 ft., June 10, 1920. 

Mass. — Springfield (Dimmock); Norwood, Apr. 18, 1909, and 
Apr. 21, 1912 {W. Rdff), May 3, 1918 (C. W. J.); Whateley, 
May 6, 1923 (C. P. Alexander). Conn.— South Meriden, 
Apr. 17, 1915 {H. L. Johnson). 

COENOMYIIDAE. 

CoenomyUi Latreille. 

C. femiginea Scopoli (C. cinereibarbis Bigot). 
Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 21. June 9-19. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. June 13-July 20. 

Arfhropeas Loew. 
A. americana Loew. 

Mass. — Cheshire, June 30 (/. W. Beecroft). Conn. — ^New 
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STRATIOBnrnDAE. 
Beris Latreille. 
B. annulifera (Bigot). 

Me. — Oquossoc, July 2, 1923. N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 24- 
26, 1913. 

AUofcnosta Osten Sacken. 

A. brevicomis Johnson, 23-71. 

Me.— 8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14. Vt.— 17. June 18-July 15. 

Mass. — ^23. June 15. 

A. fttscitarsis (Say). 

Me.— 8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 16. June 17-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 28--July 27. 

A. obscuriventris (Loew). 

Me.-4,8,9. N.H.— 11,14,15. Vt.— 12,21. June 5-July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 15. 

Actina Meigen (AUaeUna Curran, 24-24). 

A. viridis (Say). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 18, 21. Apr. 14-July 

16. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 28. May 26-June 14. 

Scoliopdta Wflliston. 

S. luteipes Williston. 

N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. Aug. 1-13. 

Mass.— 23, 24. Aug. 5-8. 

PtecticoB Loew. 
P. sackeni Williston. 
N. H.— 15. July 27. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. July 28--Aug. 27. 

P. trivittatus (Say). 

Conn. — ^New Haven; South Meriden, Sept. 22; Branford, July 15 
{Winkley); Rowayton, Aug. 4. 

Chryiodiioiiui Williston. 

C. nigricomis (Loew). 
Mass.— Chester, July 25, 1913. 

Macrourgus Bigot. 
(J5argu$ Fabricus, not Walberg; Geosargus Bezsi.) 

M. cuprarius (Linn^). 

Me.— 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. July 2-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 5- 
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M. decorus (Say). 

Me.— 2, 6, 7, 8, 9. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 19. June 2- 

Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 4-Sept. 4. 

M. elegans (Loew). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 13, 15. July 15-Aug. 4. 
UAa&—2S, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 22-Aug. 
27. 

M. viiidis (Say). 

Me.— 6, 7, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 2-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 13-June 14. 

Microchrjrsa Loew. 

M. polita (Linn^). 

Me.— 6,7,8,9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 18. June 4r-Aug. 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 27-Sept. 20. 

StratioiiiyU Geoffroy. 

S. badia Walker. 

Me.— 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. 

June 15-Sept. 9. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 34. July 11-Aug. 15. 

S. discalis Loew. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 15-20. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24-Juiie 
27. 

S. lativentris Loew. 

N. H.— Jaffrey, June 28, 1917. 

Mass. — Cheshire. 

S. meigenii Wiedemann. 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. June 18-July 28. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-July 18. 

S. normula Loew. 

Me.— Waterville, June 14 and July 27 (Hitchinga). Vt.— Bur- 
lington, June 22. 
Conn. — . 

S. norma Wiedemann. 

Me.—. Vt.— Winooski, Aug. 1901 (C. A. Davis). 

Mass.— North Adams, Aug. 8, 1907 {Bryant). 

S. quatemaria Loew. 

Me.—. Vt.— 21. June 5-22. 

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OdoAtomyUi Meigen. 
O. cincta Olivier. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. IL— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 14-24. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 1-JxJy 13. 

O. flavicomis Olivier. 

Me.—. N. H.— 15. Aug. 2. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. May 7. 

O. hieroglyphica Olivier. 

Me. — Capens, Moosehead Lake, July 11, 1907. 

Mass.— Milton, July 10, 1828, and Sutton {Harris Coll.). 

O. hydroleonoides Johnson. 

Me. — Monmouth, July 12 (Frost). 

Mass. — Melrose HigUands, July 8 {R. T. Webber). Conn. — 

South Meriden, June 27 {H. L. Johnson) ; Colebrook, July 14-22 

(Wheeler). 

O. vertebrata Say. 

Me. — . Vt. — Bennington, June 21, 1915. 

Mass.— Newtonville (S. Henshaw) ; Salem, July 17(F. H. Walker). 

O. Yirgo (Wiedemann). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 18- 

July 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 34, 35. June 26-July 29. 

O. microstoma Loew. 
Me.—. N. H.— 15. July 15-Aug. 6. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 28- 
July 31. 

O. intemqita Olivier. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. May 30-July 16. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. May 17-June 20. 

O. pubescens Day. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 5-June 13. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 24-June 19. 

O. nigerrima Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Euparyphus Gerstaecker. 
B. bellus Loew. 
Mass. — " Massachusetts." 

E. tetraspilus Loew. 

Vt. — Winooski, Aug. (Davis) ; Bennington, June 22. 
MAss.^-Cambridge, May, 1833 (Harris CoU.) ; Southboro, June 
27, 1914 (Frost). 

E. greylockensis Johnson, 12-5. 

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Nemotelus Geoffroy. 
If. carbonarius Loew. 
Me. — . 
Mass. — Lenox {Osten Sacken). 

If. crassus Loew. 

Vt. — Manchester, June 10. 

R.I—'' Rhode Island." 

If. melanderi Banks, 20-65. 

Mass.— 26 (Nahant), 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 17-July 7. 

N. unicolor Loew. 

Vt. — Burlington, June 22; St. Johnsbury, June 27, 1906. 
Mass. — ^Beverly, June 6 {E. Burgess). Conn. — New Haven, 
May 26. 

Oxycera Meigen. 
O. maculata Olivier. 

M^^.l_Cambridge, June 25, 1838 (Harris Coll.); Lexington, 
July 28; Sherbom, June 8 (Frost); Amherst, June 2. R. I.— 
Wickford, June 9. Conn. — . 

Berkshiria Johnson, 14-158. 
(Johnsonomyia Malloch, 15-313, not Fdt, 1908.) 

B. albistylum Johnson, 14-158. 
Uaq8.— Chester, May 28, 1912. 

Pachygaster Meigen. 
P. pulcher Loew. 
Me.— Monmouth, June 27 {Frost). N. H.— White Mts. {Mom- 

son); Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass.— Beverly {E. Burgess). 

NeopachygASter Austen, 01-245. 

N. maculicomis Hine. 

Vt. — Bennington, June 19, 1915. 

Mass.— Cohasset, June 5 (Bryant). 

Zabrachia Coquillett. 

Z. polita Coquillett. , . . , i.c v 

I^^gg^ — Auburndale. Larvae m a wet decaymg pme log, Marcn 
26, 1905; imagos emerged May 12-22 {Johnson, 06-3). 

Tabanidae. 
Buplex Austen {Pangonia of authors, not Latreille). 

B. rasa (Loew). 

Me.— 3,9. N.H.— 15. Aug. 2-Sept. 1. 

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B. tranquilla (Oaten Sacken). 

Mb —3, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. July 25-Aug. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. July 26-Aug. 8. 

Chrysops Meigen. Deer or Moose Flies. 

C. celer Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 7, 9. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 17. June 22-July 14. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 
11-July 4. 

C. carbonaria Walker {C.fugax Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 

21. June 10-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

26-June 19. 

C. amazon Daecke, 07-250. 
Mass.— North Saugus, July 17, 1906. 

C. mitis Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 9-July 12. 

Mass.— 27. May 28. 

C. cucluz Whitney. 

Mb.— 7, 9. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16, 21. June 9-28. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 11-16. 

C. niger Macquart. 

Me.— 1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 21. 

June 14-July 14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 2. 

C. nigrobimbo Whitney. 
N. K.—Miljord, July 10 {Whitney). 

Mass. — Springfield, July 13; Hyannisport, July 4; Fall River, 
July 19; Wellesley, May 24 {Morse). 

C. sordida Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Mt. Katahdm, Basin Pond, 2400 ft., July 13, 1923 {Irving 
H. Blake). N. R.—Mt. Washington, 2000 to 4000 ft., July 4- 
16; Bretton Woods, June 28; Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

C fizcitans ^Talker 

Me —3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H— 11, 14, 15. June 22-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 34. June3-July2. 

C. fuliginosa Wiedemann (C plangens Wiedemann). 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 17-July 24. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

30-July 4. 

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C. moecha Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Waterville, Jidy 20, 1908 {HUchinga). N. H.— HMnpton, 

Aug. 1, 1917 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Sharon, July 7 {CtMhman). Conn. — . 

C. lugens var. morosa Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — . Conn.— South Meriden^ June 19, 1912 {H. L. John- 
son); East Wallingford, July 6; Litchfield, July 30 {Woodruff). 

C. obsoleta Wiedemann. 

Mb.— 6, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 20, July 6-Aug. 6. 
Mass —23, 24, 27, 28, 32. R. L— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Julyft- 
Aug. 23. 

C. univittata Macquart. 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 14, 15. July 5-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28, 32. R. L— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 
11-Aug. 9. 

C. inda Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 18, 21. June 20-27. 

Mass.— 23. Conn.— 34. June 8-16. 

C. sackeni Hine. 

Vt. 16. July 9. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 11- 
July 17. 

C. dimmocki Hine, 05-393. 

Mass.— 24 (Long Meadow), 29, 32. R. L— 33. Conn.— 36. 
June 15-July 12. 

C. callida Osten Sacken. 
Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 15. July 3-15. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 11- 
July 31. 

C. delicatula Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— 13. Aug. 15. 

Mass. — ^29. Conn. — 35. June 24-July 4. 

C. pudica Osten Sacken. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12-Aug. 
4. 

C. cursim Whitney. 

N. H.—Milford, July (Whitney). 

Mass. — ^West Peabody, July 13, 1911 (Morse). Conn. — . 

C. flavida Wiedemann. 
N. H.— 15. July 29. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
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C. frigida Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 26-July 12. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 8-Aug. 4. 

C. fallax Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— 12, 13. Vt.— 20. July 7. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. June 16-July 31. 

C. montana Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— 13. Vt.— 16. June 24-26. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 23-Aug. 20. 

C. hilaris Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19. 

June 24- Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26. Conn.— 34, 35. June 28-July 25. 

C. striata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 13. Vt.— 16. July 9-Aug. 27. 
Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
July 7-Sept. 9. 

C. hinei Daecke. 

Mass. — ^West Peabody, July 8; Wellesley, July 30, and Dover, 
Aug. 11 (Morse); New Bedford, Aug. 30 (Hough). 

C. vittata Wiedemann. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. June 20-Aug. 

17. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

34, 35. June 26-Aug. 2. 

Tabanus Linn^. Horse Blies. 

T. recedens Walker. 

Mass. — Springfield, July 12, 1899 (Dimmock). Conn. — New 

Haven, June 24; Farmington, July 1; South Meriden, July 16; 

Lyme, July 16. 

T. abdominalis Fabricius. 

Mass.— Sherbom (E. J, Smith). Conn. — ^New Canaan, Sept. 5; 
Lyme, Aug. 8. 

T. trimaculatus Palisot de Beauvois. 
Mass. — ? Conn. — . 

T. melanocerus Wiedemann. 
Conn. — Lyme, Aug. 8, 1915. 

T. coffeatus Macquart. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 31, 32. July 13-Sept. 6. 

T. orion Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 14. July 30-Aug. 9. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. July 30-Aug. 19. 



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T. actaeon Osten Sacken. 
ME.-4, 10. N. H — 14, 15. Aug. 20-Sept. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Aug. 
30-Sept. 22. 

T. nivosus Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— . Vt.— 22. June 16. 

Mass.— 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 31-June 29. 

T. vivaz Osten Sacken. 

Me.— Ocean Point, June 28 (G. C. Wheeler). N. H.— Jaffrey; 

Watboro, July 1. Vt.— Woodstock, July 31, 1910 (Morse). 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Aug. 5, 1913 (Preston). 

T. longus Osten Sacken. 
N. H.— Pelham, Aug. 6. 
Mass.— Sherbom, July 31, 1904, Aug. 12, 1915 (E. J. Smith). 

T. pumilus Macquart. 

Mb.— 10. N. H.— 14, 15. June 23-July 5. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 14- 
July20. 

T. spams Whitney. 

N. R.—Milford, June 17-July 4 (WhUney). 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 11-Aug. 2. 

T. lineola Fabricius. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 16. June 17-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 24-Sept. 4. 

T. nigrovittatus Macquart. 

Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 15. July 27-Aug. 8. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

July 5-Aug. 22. 

A maritime species popularly known as the "Greenhead." 

T. nigrovittatus var. contenninus (Walker) ; Hine, 06-23. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. June 27-July 20. 

T. costalis Wiedemann. 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16. July 15-Aug. 2. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 16-July 30. 

T. sagaz Osten Sacken. 

Mass.— Mt. Tom, July 14, 1909; Southbridge, Aug. 5 (Bromley). 

Conn. — South Meriden, Aug. 27 (H. L. Johnson). 

T. nigrescens Palisot de Beauvois. 

Mass.— Springfield. Conn. — Milford, July 22. 

T. atratus Fabricius. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 15. July 10-18. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 27-Aug. 14. 



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T. atratus var. nantuckensis (Hine) 17-271; Johnson, 19-163. 
N. H.— 15. Sept. 8. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— Block Id. {Morse). 
July 4-Aug. 28. 

T. stygius Say. 

Mass.— 25, 27. Conn.— 35. July 10-Aug. 27. 

T. americanus Forster. 
N. H.— Dublin (Harris Coll.). 

Mass.— Cohasset, Aug. 22 (Bryant); Fall River, July 22 (Cush- 
man); Lakeville (Jenkins); Ware (Zeissig). 

T. giganteus De Geer. 

Mass. — (Harris Coll.). Conn. — Suffield (Dimmock). 

T. bicolor Wiedemann. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16. July 15-Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 26, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 5- 
Aug. 28. 

T. ohioensis Hine. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, July 15; Waterville, 1901 (Hitchings). 

N. H. — ^Durham, June 28 (Lowry). 
Mass. — ^Wellesley, June 27 (Morse). Conn. — 35. 

T. pemeticus Johnson, 21-11. 
Me.— Af<. Desert, July 22-Aug. 20. 

T. reinwardtii Wiedemann. 

Me. — Monmouth, July 18 (Frost). Vt. — ^Bridgeport; Rutland, 

Aug. 1. 
Mass.— Milton, 1830 (Harris CoU.); Monterey, July 5 (Frost). 

Conn. — Cornwall, Aug. 7 (Chamberlain). 

T. zonalis Kirby. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. June 29-July 1. 

Mass.— 24, 27. May 30-June 5. 

T. cinctus Fabricius. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. June 30-July 28. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. July 2-Aug. 8. 

T. trispilus var. sodalis Williston. 

Me.— 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. July 16-Aug. 

18. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. 35. 

July 12-Aug. 15. 

T. superjumentarius Whitney. 

N. H.—Milford, 13, 15. Vt.— 22. June 22-July 30. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. July 7-Aug. 8. 



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T. fllotus Osten Saeken. 

Mb. — Capens, July 14, 1907; Princeton, July 12; Azisooos Lake, 

July 8, IQlff {Frost). N. H.— Franconia {Mrs. Slossan); Glen 

House, June 13. 

T. lasiophthalinus Macquart. 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 21. 

June 4-July 22. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

26~June 15. 

T. aflbiis Kirby. 

Mb.— 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 29-Aug. 3. 

Mass.- 25, 26. July. 

T. epistates Osten Saeken. 

Me.— 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 20, 21. 

May 27-Aug. 16. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 34. May 30-Aug. 9. 

T. septentrionalis Loew. 

Me. — Machias, July 27; Roque Bluff, Aug. 10 {Cnshman); Mt. 

Desert, July 15-Aug. 23. 
Mass. — {Osten Saeken). 

T. microcephalus Osten Saeken. 
Me.— 2, 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Aug. 10-16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 32. Conn.— 34. Aug. 6-18. 

T. astutus Osten Saeken. 

Me.— 3, 5, 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. June 22-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 2ft-JuIy 
15. 

T. typhus Whitney, 04-206. 

N. K.—Milford, July {Whitney). 

T. mmusculus Hine, 07-226. 

Me. — Orono, July, 1899 {Harvey). 

Mass. — Springfield, July 13 {Dimmock) ; Wellesley^ Aug. {Morse). 

T. carolinensis Macquart. 

R. I.— Washmgton, June 19, 1912. 

T. triligatus Walker. 

Mass.— Springfield, July 13, 1909. 

T. hmei Johnson, 04-15. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. June 11-July 25. 

Merycomyia Hine, 12-615. 

M. wfaitneyi (Johnson) {Tabanus whitneyi Johnson, 04-15; M. 

geminata Hine, 12-515). 
Mass. — Weliesley {A. P. Morse). R. I. — ^Providence, Aug. 27 

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Rhagionidae (Lepttdae). 
Dialysis Walker. 
D. elongata Say. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 13. July 17-Aug. 3. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 18-Aug. 18. 
The record of D. rufithorax Say, by Hood (Psyche, vol. 6, 283) 
is probably based on the female of D. elongata. 

Rha^ Fabridus (LepUs Fabridus). 

R. gracilis Johnson, 12-3. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. July 10-30. 

Mass.— 23. July 24-Aug. 8. 

R. mystacea Macquart. ^ ^^ 

Me.-^, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 21. 

May 30-July 16. ^ ^^ ^^ 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

10-June 20. 

R. punctipennis Say. ^ , ^ 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. June 3-July 9. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 23-Aug. 8. 

R. plumbea Say. 

Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15; Cheshire. 

R. vertebrata Say. 

Me.— 4, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 20, 21. June 

23-July 20. 
Mass.— 23. Conn.— 34, 35. June 16-Aug. 8. 

ChrysopHus Macquart. 
C. basilaris Say. 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 22. July 14-17. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. July 6-30. 

C. fasciatus Say. 

N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 22. July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 25-July 
27. 

C. omatus Say. 

N. H.— 11. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25. Conn.— 34, 35. May 1-July 25. 

C. thoracicus Fabricius. 

Me.— ?(ffood). N. H.— Mt. Lincohi? (Hood). Both records 

are very doubtful. 
Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 34, 35. June 11-July 24. 



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C. proximus Walker. 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 7, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 18. June 22- 

July22. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33, Conn.— 35. June 8-26. 

C. simillimus Walker (C prapinquus Walker). 
N. H. — Franconia; Hampton. 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 22. 

C. quadratus Say. 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 18, 22. June 

26-Aug. 20. 
Mass.- 23, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 6-Aug. 10. 

C. rotundipennis Loew. 

Mass. — Fall River, July 19 (JV^. S. Easton) . R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, 
July 24. 

Ptidina Zetteratedt. 
P. edeta (Walker). 
N. H.— "Alpine Garden," Mt. Washington, July 4, 1914. 

Spania MeigeiL 

S. nigra var. americana Johnson, 23-70. 

Me.— ''Witch Hole Pond," near Bar Harbor, June 21, 1921. 

Atli«riz Meigen. 
A. variegata Walker. 
Me. — Orono. N. H. — ^Jefferson. 

Mass. — ^Amherst. Conn. — ^Northfield; South Meriden, June 4 
{H. L. Johnson). 

Syii^ofoinyk Frauenf ekL 

S. hirta Johnson {S. pvUata Coquillett, in part, see Aldrich, 15- 

124). 
N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21, 22. June 5-July 5. 
Mass.— 23, 26. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 11-24. 

S. montana Aldrich, 15-133. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson) ; Bretton Woods, June 25. 

Hikrimorpha Schiner. 

H. pusilla Johnson, 23-70. 

N. K.— Hanover, July 7. YT.—Nortvich, July 8, 1908. 

Cyrttoab. The Small-headed Flies. 

PterodontU Gray. 
P. analis Westwood. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole. 

P. flavipes Gray. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. July 14-26. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27. July 10-20. 



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Ogcodes LatreQle (Oncodea of authors). 

O. borealis Cole. 

Me. — ^Monmouth, June 27, 1912 (Frost); WaterviUe, July 5, 

1905 {Hitchinga). N. H.— Hampton, June 27 (Shaw). 
Mass.— Holden, J\me 27, 1908 (J. H. Emertan). 

O costatus Ijoew 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 22-July 12. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 19- 
Aug. 8. 

O. incultus Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17. June 4-26. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34. June 5^July 28. 

O. pallidipennis Loew. 

Mb.— 8, 9. N. H.— 15. June 18-July 23. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 26-Aug. 9. 

Opsebius Coeta. 
O. gagatinus Loew. 
N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

O. pterodontinus Osten Sacken. 
Me.-^, 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. July 10-Aug. 15. 
Mass.- 24, 32. R. I.— 33. July 18-Aug. 8. 
Parasitic on the ''grass spider" (Agelena naevia). 

O. sulphuripes Loew. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4; North AttJeboro, July 4, 1921; Sher- 
bom, July 3, 1913 (Frost). 

Acrocera Meigen. 
A. bimaculata Loew. 

N. H. — ^Jaflfrey, July 18 (Miss Nina SpavMing). 
Mass. — Southbridge, June 26 (S. W. Bromley). 

A. bulla Westwood. 

Me.— West Kennebunk, Aug. 19, 1919 (A. B. Fuller); Bailey's 

Isl., Aug. 20, 1915 (G. M. AUen). 
Mass.— Southbridge, July 3, 1915 (S. W. Bromley). 

A. fasciata Wiedemann. 

Mass. — ^Waltham, from a spider, Amaurbius sylvestris (J. H. 
^merton) ; Framingham, June 9, 1915 (Frost). 

A. nigrina Westwood. 

Me.— York, Sept. 4; Oquossoc, July 1, 1922. N. H.— Shirley 

HiU, June 17, 1911 (F. W. Grtgg). Vt.— Bennington, June 18, 

1915. 
Conn. — Darien, June 12, 1915. 

A. obsoleta Van der Wulp. 

Me. — Orono, Aug. 5, 1915 (A. P. Morse). 



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A. subfasciata Weetwood. 

N. H.— Pelham, Sept. 8, 1905 {BtrdweU). 

BOHBYLIIDAE. 

Anthrax Soopdi, 1763 (iSpo^oafylum Maoquart, 1840). 

A. albofasciata (Macquart). 

Vt. — Rutland, Aug. 1, 

Mass. — ^Provincetown, Jim© 26-27; Sherbom, June 22, 1913 

{Frost). 

A. anale (Say). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. July 14-Aug. 9. 

Mass.— 24,25,27,28,29,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. July 

25-Sept. 4. 

Parasitic on the larva of tiger beetle (Shelf ord, 13-213). 

A. limatula (Say). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28, 1913. Vt.— St. Albans, June 
21, 1913. 

A. oedipus (Fabricius). 

Me.— 2, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 18. July 3-Aug. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 25. Conn.— 35. July 8-30. 

Parasitic in the nests of several species of solitary wasps (Odyn- 
erus). 

A. pauper (Loew). 

Vt.— Middlebury, July, 1912 (Barlow). 

Mass. — ^Provincetown, June 25, 1904; Manomet, July 17. 

A. pluto (Wiedemann). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, July 8 (Morrison); Glen House, July. 

A. simson (Fabricius). 

N. H. — ** A single specimen from western foot hills of the White 

Mts." (Hood). 
R. I.— Bristol, Aug. 28, 1913 (Mrs. A. B. Parker). Conn.— 35 

(six records), Aug. lO-Sept. 16. 

Parasitic in the nests of the carpenter bees (Xylocopa virginica). 

Ezoprosopa Maoquact. 
E. capucina (Fabricius). 

Me.— Orono; Mt. Desert, July 15, 1918; Isle of Springs, July 15 
(C. E. White, Jr.). N. H.— White Mts. 

E. fascipennis (Say). 
N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. Aug. 6. 

Mass.- 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. July 
14-Aug. 30. 

E. fasciata Macquart. 

N. H.— '* Jeflferson; Bemis; Nashua'' (Hood). 

Mass.— 24, 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 35. Aug. 2-Sept. 1. 



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Vaia Lioy {Anthrax of authors, not Scopoli; GoquiDett, 1(M)19). 

V. altemata (Say). 

Me.— 2, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt,— 19, 20. July 20-23. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 25^ 
Aug. 25. 

V. hypomelas Macquart. 

Me.— 1,2,8,9. N. H.— 11, 15. July SO-Aug. 23. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 29. Conn.— 34, 35. June 27-Sept. 4. 
Bred from one of the cut-worms* 

V. lateralis (Say). 

Me.— 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15w Vt.— 17. July 14r- 

Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, Conn.— 34, 35. June 26- 

Sept. 6. 

V. lateralis var. arenicola (Johnson), 08-15. 
Mass. — ^Provincetown, Jime 25; Nantucket, Aug. 12. A sand- 
dune form. 

V. lateralis var. gracilis (Macquart>. 

Me.— 2,6,8,9. N.H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 19. July 13-Aug. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 29. Conn.— 34. July 11-Aug. 9. 

V. shawii Johnson, 08-14. 
N. H. — Hampton Beach, Aug. 27 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Westport, Sept. (Kirkland) ; Provincetown, Sept. 8, and 
Nantucket, Sept. 10 (Marae). 

V. fulviana var. nigricauda (Loew). 

Me.— 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 19. July 12- 

Sept. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26. Conn.— 34. July 11-Aug. 30. 

V. tegminipeimis (Say). 

Mb.-4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 30- 

Aug. 25. 
Mass.- 25, 26, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Aug. 10-30. 

V. fulvohirta (Wiedemann). 

MASS.^-Springfield, Aug. 6. Conn. — New Haven, Aug. 16. 

V. bigradata Loew. 

Mass. — ^Provincetown, Jime 15 (Webber) ;Muskegei IsL, June 18; 
Nantucket, June 11 (FaU). 

V. webberi Johnson, 19-11 (V. lepidota of authors, in part). 

Vt.— 20, 21. June 21-July 11. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. Jime 3-24. 

V. morio (Linn6). 

Mb.— 8,9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 20, 21. June 11-July 13. 

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V. sinuosa (Wiedemann). 
N. H.— 13. Vt.— 21. J\me 21^uly 13. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
10-July 30. 

Bombylins Liim6. 

B. fulvibasis Macquart (B. atriceps Loew). 

Vt.— 16. J\me 20 and 21. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. Ck)NN.— 35. May 21-June 11. 

B. fraudulentus Johnson, 07-99. 

Mass.— 24, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 26-July 13. 

B. incanus Johnson, 07-97. 

Me. — . 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 29, 31. June 15-July 8. 

B. varius Fabricius. 
N. H.— "North Conway" (Hood). 

Conn. — ^New Haven, June 27, 1910 {Cftamplain); Darien, June 
12. 

B. major Linn^. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. May 5-16. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. Apr. 19-May 30. 

A pupa was foxmd in the nest of Andrena sp. along Mead 
Brook, Mt. Monadnock, April 19, 1919, by Miss Spaulding. 

B. pygmaeus Fabricius. 

Me.— 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. May 14-June 15. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 43. Conn.— 35. May 8-24. 

B. pulchellus Loew. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 8-24. 

Anastoechus Osten Sacken. 

A. barbatus Osten Sacken (A. nitidtdiLS of authors, not Fabricius). 
Mass. — Nantucket, Sept. (Scudder), Sept. 9 (Femald); Truro, 
Sept. 4, and Provincetown, Sept. 5-8 (Morse). 

Systoechus Loew. 
S. vulgaris Loew. 
Mass. — West Chop, Aug. 5, and Provincetown, Sept. 5 (Morse); 

Nantucket, Aug. 15 (Fernald); Brewster, July 26, 1921 (R. H. 

Howe, Jr.); WellBeet, Aug. 16. 

Ogcodocera Macquart. 
O. leucoprocta (Wiedemann). 
Mass.- West Bedford, June 8 (L. W. Swett). 

Phtfilria Meigen. 
P. borealis Johnson, 10-229. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 7 (C. W. J.); LiUle Black River Rapids, 
Sept. 13 (Cushman). 



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P. cyanoceps Johnson. 

Mass. — Cohasaet, Sept. 8; Nantucket, Aug. 12-24 (Femald). 
R. I. — ^Barbour's Heights, Sept. 9 (Barlow). 

P. coquilletti Johnson. 

Mass. — Nantucket, July 4 (Cuahman). 

P. sulphurea Loew. 

Mass. — ^Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 9 (Hough); Nantucket, Aug. 6 
(Cushman); Tuckemuck, Aug. 5 (Alien). 

Spamopolins Loew. 

S. fulvus (Wiedemann). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 15. Aug. 29-Sept. 7. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. CoKn.— 34, 35. Aug. 27- 
Sept. 13. 

Edimiis Loew. 

E. harrisii (Osten Sacken). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington carriage-road, 2600 ft., July 8, 1914, 

on blackberry flowers; along railway above Base Station, 

July 6, 1919 (Frost) (see Johnson, 14-123). 

E. funestus (Osten Sacken). 

N. H. — ^White Mts. (Morrison); Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Mt. 
Washington carriage-road, 2600 ft., July 6 and 8, 1914. 

Systropos ^^nedemann. 
S. macer Loew. 

N. H.—" Upper Bartlett" (Hood). 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. Aug. 3-Sept. 12. 

Geron Meigen. 
G. calvus Loew. 
N. H.— Cornish, July 13, 1908. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5-9. 

G. subauratus Loew. 

Mass. — ^Rutland, July 3; Lexington, Aug. R. I. — Kingston, 

July 8, and Ciimberland, July 3 (Barlow). Conn. — ^Portland, 

Aug. 12. 

G. vitripennis Loew. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
22-Sept. 8. 

Metacosmus Ck>quillett. 

M. mancipennis Coquillett, 10-41. 

Mass.— Framingham, June 4, 1922 (C. A. Frost); Blue Hill, 
Milton, July 13, 1919 (J. Bequaert). 



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Therevidae. 

Tatoda Walker. 
T. fulvipes Walker. 
Me.— 9. J\me 18. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 36. Ajwr. 27-May 28. 

Piilocephala Zetteratedt. 
P. flavipennis Cole, 23-42. 
Mass.— West Chop, Aug. 5, 1923 (Morse); Horse Neck Beach, 

July 30, 1913. 
R. I. — BuUonwoods, July 25. Conn. — ^New Haven, Sept. 12. 

P. frontalis Cole, 23-40. 

Me.—. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 6-Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
May 30-Aug. 13. 

P. haemorrhoidalis (Macquart). 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 14-Aug. 13. 

P. munda Loew (P. melanoproda Loew, cf). 
Mb.— Paris, July 12, 1912 (Frost). N. H.— Dublin, June 25, 
1828 (Harris ColL) ; Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. melampodia Loew. 

Mb.— 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. July l(^-Aug. 7. 

Mass.— 27. y Conn.— 34, 35. May 3-June 27. 

P. slossoni Coquillett. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Epomyia Cole, 23-26. 
E. pictipemiis (Wiedemann). 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 22- 
July 28. 

E. rufiventris Loew. 

N. H.— 15. June 18. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Jum 6-Aug. 12. 

Thereva Latreille. 
T. albifrons Say. 
Mass.— Waltham, June 14; Springfield, May 19 (R. T. Webber). 

T. bella Krober, 14-64. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale (*^ Riverside'^), Aug. 9; Sharon, Aug. 25; 
North Falmouth, Aug. 8 (CiAshman) ; Stony Brook Res., Aug. 1 
(L. H. Taylor). R. I.— Kingston, July 20 (Barlow). 

T. bella var. nigrimana Krober, 14-65. 
Mass. — Springfield, Aug. 13, 1905. 

T. candidata Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. June 26-Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 25. 



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T. flavicincta Loew. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19. June 28-Sept. 8. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. July 20-Aug. 9. 

T. frontalis Say. 

ME.-4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 20. June 17- 

Aug. 1. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

May 23-Aug. 5. 

T striffiDGS Xx)ew 

ME.-4, 7. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 20. June 24-July 25. 

SCENOPINIDAE. 

Scenopinus Latreille. The Window-flies. 

S. fenestralis (Linn^). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. May 5^Aug. 15. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 4-Aug. 10. 

S. g^brifrons Meigen. 
N. H.— Glen House, July 18. 

Mass. — ^Boston; Brookline; Cambridge, June 4-Aug. 10. Conn. — 
New Haven, J\me 5. 

Mtdaidae. 

Mydas Fabridus. 
M. clavatus Dnuy. 
Mass. — Sherborn; Southbridge; Chicopee; Amherst, July 16- 

Aug. 8. R. I. — RockviUe, Aug. 13 (Barlow). Conn. — Lyme; 

New Haven; Farmington; Brookfield, July 2-Aug. 1. 

AsiLiDAE. The Robber-flies. 
Leptogaster Meigen. 

Me.— 6, 9. N.H.— 11, 13, 15. June 27-July 21. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 34, 35. Jime 25-July 28. 

L. testacea Loew. 

Me.— 9, 10. Vt.— 21. J\me 19-July 25. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. July 8-Aug. 9. 

L. flavillaceus Loew. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 19-July 1. 

Mass.— 28. Conn.— 35. July 4-Aug. 10. 

L. flavipes Loew. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 20, 21. July 14-July 15, 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 15-July 15. 

L. loewi Banks, 14-133. 

Me.— 2,6. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 21. July 4-Aug. 24. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 16-July 13, 



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L. pictipes Loew. 

Mass. — ^West Chop, Aug. 6 (A. P. Morse) ; Edgartown, June 28; 
Martha's Vineyard, July 17, 1905. 

Cei m t uf g u s ^^^edeman n . 
C. cruciatus (Say). 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 15. July 5-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 15-Aug. 29. 

C. similis Johnson, 12-152. 

Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5, 1910. 
MAa&.—Bashbish Falls, June 27, 1912. 

Echtliodopa Loew. 
E. fonnosa Loew. 

Mass. — Cohasset, June 20 (Bryant); Amherst, June 24; Great 
Barrington, July 1 {W. I. Beecroft). 

DioctrU Meigea. 

D. albius Walker. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. July 19-Aug. 1. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. June 9-Aug. 8. 

D. propinqua Bromley, 24-124. 
Mass. — Dorchester, Jime. 

D. brevis Banks, 17-117. 

Mass. — ^Blue Hill, June 14; Sharon, July 7; Mt. Tom, July 14; 

Rutland, July 31. Conn. — Lyme, Jime 16; Hamden, J\me 18; 

New Haven. 

D. sackeni Williston. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, near summit, July 25, 1875 (Dimmock); 

near Base Station, July 7 (Sherriff); near Glen House, 25()0 

ft., July 24, 1915 (C. TT. J.). 

D. baumhaueri Meigen. 

Mass.- Boston, Jime 28, 1916; Brookline, July 6, 1917 (John- 
son, 18-102); Stoneham, July 13; Arlington, June 20 (Ander- 
son). Conn. — New Haven, May 27-J\me 23. 

Cyrtopogon Loew. 
C. alleni Back, 09-261. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, Aug. 16-17. N. B..—Mt. Kearsarge, Sept. 28 

(G. M. AUen). 
Mass.— Mt. Tom, Sept. 22. 

C. bimacula Walker. 

Me. — Orono, Aug. 1 (Hitchings). N. H. — Mt. Washington, 
smnmit {Mrs. Slosson). Vt. — Newport. 

C. falto Walker (C chrysopogon Loew). 

Me.-4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 
21, 22. Jime 4-Aug. 1. 



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Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24- 
June 23. 

C. laphriformis Cmran, 23-59. ' 

N. H.— Intervale, June 26, 1909 (S. A. Shaw). 

C. lutatius Walker. 

ME.-4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. June 29-Aug. 7. 

Mass.— 27, 29. June 12-July 3. 

C. lyratus Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Oquossoc, July 1. N. H. — ^White Mts. (Osten S(xcken); 

Mt. Washington, summit {Mrs. Slosson) ; near Glen House, 

2500 ft., July 16. Vt.— Rutland, Aug. 1. 

C. marginalis Loew. 
N. H.— 14. June 22. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 14-June 
15. 

C. tenuis Bromley, 24-125. 

Mb.— Southwest Harbor, July 20, 1923. 

Lasiopogon Loew. 
L. opaculus Loew. 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11. June 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. May 12-June 11. 

L. tetragrammus Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosaon); Intervale, June 16 (Allen); 

Bretton Woods, June 28. 
Mass.— Sunderland, June 6 (Bromley). Conn. — Poquonock, 

May 22 (Walden). 

L. teriicola Johnson. 

Mass.- Natick, May 15 (Frost) ; Chicopee, May 24, 1896 (Knab) ; 
Amherst, June 8 (Bromley). Conn. — Poquonock, May 22 
(Walden). 

HolcoceikhalA Jaennicke. 
H. abdommalis (Say). 
N. H.— 11. Vt.-^17, 20. July 21-Aug. 6. 
.Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. July 14-Aug. 8. 

Holopogon Loew. 

fi. guttula Wiedemann (H. philadelphictts Schiner). 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 6. 

H. tibialis Curran, 23-207. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 14-July 14. 

Neopogon Bezzi (SHchopogon of authors, not Loew). 

N. argenteus (Say). 

Mass. — Sand dunes. Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 3-9, 1896 (Dr. 
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N. trifasciatus (Say). 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. 1—33. Conn.--35. 
June 28-Sept. 4. 

Deromyia Pfailippi. 
D. discolor (Loew). 
Conn. — Stamford, Aug. 13 (A. P. Morse). 

D. umbrinus (Loew). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 22-Aug. 25. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. July 
21-Sept. 14. 

D. winthemi Wiedemann. 

Mass.— 24, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 10-Aug. 

30. 

Taracticiis Loew. 
T. octopunctatus (Say). 
N. H. — White Mts.; Franconia {Mrs. Slosaon). 
Mass. — Cambridge, July 5. Conn. — ^Poquonock, June 27 

{Viereck). 

Nicodes Jaennicke. 
jj nictus L<oew 
Mass.— Mt. Toby, 400 ft.. May 18, 1924 {R. G. Cooke). 

N. politus (Say). 

Mass. — Cambridge (Mt. Auburn), Aug. 1, 1836 (Harris Coll.); 
Haggett's Station, Sept. 21, 1911 (A. P. Morse); Nantucket, 
Sept. 9, 1913 (Mor«c); Sandwich, Sept. 20, 1923 {Barber). 

Cerotainia Schiner. 
C. macrocera (Say). 
Mass. — Mt. Tom, July 14. Conn. — . 

Atomosia Macquart. 
A. glabrata (Say). 
Mass. — Cambridge, July 15 {Harris Coll.); Forest Hills; Chico- 

pee, July 27; ASnherst, Sept. 5; Williamstown; North Adams, 

Aug. 8, 1907 {Bryant). 

A. puella (Wiedemann). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 22. June 12-Sept. 2. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 29, 30. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 9. 

Pogonosoma Rondani. 

P. ridings! Cresson, 20-214 (P. dorsata of authors, not Say). 
Me.— Seal Harbor, Mt. Desert {E. S. Morse). N. H.— Fran- 
conia {Mrs. Sio««on) ; near Fabyans, July 7, 1910 {Sherriff). 

P. dorsatum var. melanoptera (Wiedemann) ; see Cresson, 20-213. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole, July 18 {Wheeler); East Wareham, July 10, 
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NusA Walker. 
N. fulvicauda (Say). 

Me. — Wales, July 5 (Frost). N. H. — ^Hampton, July 5 {Shaw). 
Mass. — West Springfield, June 6; Bedford, J\me 9 {Barber). 

Lampria Macquart. 
L. bicolor (Wiedemann). 
Conn. — . 

Dasyllis Loew. 
D. flavicoUis (Say). 
Me.— 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19. May 29- 

Aug. 1. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 23-July 18. 

D. insignis Banks, 17-54. 

ME.--4, 5, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 9-Aug. 22. 

D. divisor Banks, 17-54. 

Conn. — Cornwall, June 4, 1922 (Chamberlain). 

D. posticata (Say). 

ME.--1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. 

June 23-Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

June 5-July 24. 

D. posticata var. virginica Banks, 17-53. 

Mass.— Mt. Tom, June 19, 1895, and July 16, 1898 (Mass. Agr. 
College ColL); Hyannisport, July 4, 1904. 

D. sacrator (Walker). 

ME.--1, 5, 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19. June 15-Aug. 4. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26. Aug. 8. 

D. thoracica Fabricius. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 16-30. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 2- 
Aug. 17. 

D. champlainii Walton, 10-243. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, July 12; Fall River, Aug. 9 (Easton); West- 
port Factory, July 31, 1913. Conn. — . 

D. grossa (Fabricius). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Aug. 11. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.—. June 19-July 31. 

D. cinerea Back, 04-289 

N. H.— Andover, July 11 (C. Hoesaler); Milford, June 8, 1902 

(C.P.Whitney). 
Mass. — Lunenburg, June 6, 1914 (R. T. Webber); Dartmouth, 

July 20 (N. S. Easton). 

D. aflinis Macquart. 

Mass.— East Wareham, Sept. 12, 1922 (D. S. Lacroix). 



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Laphfia Meigen. 

L. aeattts Walker (L. index McAtee, 18-164). 
Me.— 8,9. N. H.— 11. June 13-Aug. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26. May 11-June 16. 

L. gilva (Linn£). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. June 2(}-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34. June 12-Aug. 9. 

L. Scorpio McAtee, 18-163. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. July 7-Sept. 1. 

L. sericea Say. 

Mass. — Great Barrington, June 16; Chester, July 29-Aug. 7; 
Mt. Tom. Conn. — . 

L. sadalis Walker (L. pvbescens Williston). 

^E.~4, 6,8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. July3-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 26, 26. 

L. canis Williston. 

Me.~4, 5, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. July 1- 

Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30- 

Aug. 24. 

L. altitudinum Bromley, 24-125. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 7-16. N. H.— Me. Washington, 2500- 
4000 ft. June 15-July 30. 

L, janus McAtee, 18-153. 

Me.— 4, 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 15-Aug. 20. 

Ommatius Wiedemann. 

O. marginellus (Fabricius). 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 16- 
July 15. 

Proctacanthus Macquart. 

P. breyipennis (Wiedemann). 

Mass.— 24, 25, 29, 30, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 15- 
July 23. 

P. philadelphicus Macquart. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 22. Aug. 13-Sept. 1. 
•Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
34, 35. July 25-Sept. 12. 

P. rufus Williston. 

Me. — 10 (Popham Beach). 

Mass.— 24, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. July 2-Sept. 5. 



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ErazScopoli. 

E. aestuans (lAnnd) {E. bastardii Macquart). 
N. H.— 14, 15. July IS^Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
34, 35. July 2-Aug. 18. 

E. barbattts (Fabricius) {E. cinerescens Bellardi), Hine, 19-105. 
Mass.— 28, 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 35. July 17-Sept. 4. 

£. rufibarbis Macquart {E. aestiuins Wiedemann, not Linn£). 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. Aug. 17-Sept. 
10. 

Promachus Loew. 

P. bastardii (Macquart). 
Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 15. July 16. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
July 1-Aug. 24. 

P. fitchii Osten Sacken. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 21- 

July 27. 

AsihssLinn^. 
A. sericeus Say. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Aug. 1-16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

June 24-July 27. 

A. fuscatus Hine, 09-168 {Philonicua ohacurua Hine, 07-117). 
Mass. — West Springfield, June 15; Chicopee, July 5. R. I. — 
Providence, June 24: Buttonwoods, July 25. 

A. lecyfhus Walker {A, femaralis Macquart). 
Me.—. N. H.— 14. Sept. 13. 

Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12- 
Aug. 28. 

A. orphne Walker {Neoitamus distinctus Williston). 
Me.^4, 6. N. H.— 11, 15. June 25-July 20. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 7- 
July 20. 

A. flavofemoratus Hine, 09-153. 
Me.— 6. N.H.— 14. 

Mass.— 23. 24, 25, 27, 28, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 3- July 15. 

A. latipennis Hine, 09-152. 

N. H.— 15. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. Aug. 28-Sept. 4. 



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A. auricomus Hine, 09-148. 
Mb.— 10. N. H.— 13, 15. Aug. 11-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 21- 
Sept. 12. 

A. piceus Hine, 09-149. 

N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Aug. 11-Sept. 13. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 31, 32. Aug. 9-Sept. 12. 

A. notatus Wiedemann. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 20, 21, 

22. June 12-Aug. 3. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

34, 35. June 5-Aug. 25. 

A. novae-scotiae Macquart. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 18, 20. June 

27-Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

June 15-^Sept. 5. 

A. sadyates Walker. 

Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 25-Aug. 17. 

Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. July 14-Sept. 23. 

A, snowii ffine, 09-160. 

Mb.— 3, 6, 7, 9, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 21. 

June 21-Aug. 24. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

July 5- Aug. 8. 

A. erythrocnemius Hine, 09-163. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 32. Conn,— 35. June 17-Aug. 21. 

A, maneei Hine, 09-158. 

Mass.— Sherborn, July 26, 1913 (E. J. Smith). 

A. paropus Walker. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 18. June 27- 
Aug. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 21-Sept. 10. 

DOUCHOPODIDAB. 

Sdapus Zeller, 1842. 

(PsUopua Meigen, 1824, not Poll, 1795: Agonosoma Aldrich, not Gu^rin- 
M^n^ville; see Bedcer, 21-360). 

Subgenus Sciapua Zeller. 
S. filipes (Loew). 
Conn. — . 

S. pallens (Wiedemann). 

R. I. — ^Newport. Conn. — ^New Haven, May 5 {Britton). 



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S. scintillans (Loew). 

N. H.— Cornish, July 13; Intervale, Aug. 12 {AUen). 

S. tener (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. July 14-21. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 23-Aug. 26. 

S. unifasciatus (Say). 

R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, July 25. Conn. — ^Branford, July 5 (But" 
rick). 

Subgenus Candyloslylua Bigot, 1859. 
{PsUapodinua Aldrich, not Bigot; see Becker, 21-251.) 

S. albicoza (Walker). 
Mass. — (Walker). 

S. caudatus (Wiedemann). 
Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. July 7-25. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. L— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30- 
Aug. 12. 

S. flavipes Aldrich, 04-284. 

Mb.— Mt. Desert, July 14. N. H.— Hampton, July 1-Sept. 27 

(Shaw). 
Mass.— New Bedford (Hough); Blue Hill, July 16; Wellesley, 

July 27 (Morse). 

S. inennis (Loew). 

Mass. — Lexington, July 27; Wobum, July 11; Hyannisport, 
July 4. 

S. patibulatus (Say). 

Vt.— 16, 18, 22. June 24-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-July 11. 

S. scaber (Loew). 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 2. Conn. — . 

S. scrobinator (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 10. N.H.— 12,15. Vt.— 18,20. July 7-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17-Aug. 23. 

S. sipho (Say). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. July 14-Aug. 23. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12-Sept. 10. 

Mesorbaga Schiner. 

M. townsendii Aldrich. 
Mass. — Ipswich, July 22, 1909. 

M. varipes Van Duzee. 

Mass. — Eastham, June 27, 1904. 



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Diapbonu Meigen. 

D. gibbosus Van Duzee, 15-173. q_t«Iv 11. 

Me%-8,9. N.H.— 11,14. Vt.-18,21. June 8-July H- 
Mass.— 26, 27. June 4-July 12. 

D. leucostomus Loew. ,v ™ *\. Tnlv 28. 

Mass.— New Bedford, July 29 (Hough); Plymouth, Juiy 

Conn. — Norwalk, Aug. 4. 

D. leucostomus var. infuscatus Van Duzee, 15-179. 

Mass.- Boston, Oct. 6, 1922. 

D. mundus Loew. . 

Conn.— New Haven, June 23 (P. L. BvUnck). 

N.^lT-Maiord, June 23. Vx.-^t. Albans, June 2; Norwich, 

R.^I.— Buttonwoods, June 20. Conn.— Middletown, June 17. 

Ty sodfllis TiOfiw- 

N. H.— Cornish,' July 13. Vt — Dummerston, July 14. 

Conn.— Westville, July 4 (Britton). 

D. spectabilis Loew. 

Conn. — Middletown, June 17. 

D- palpiger Wheeler (Chrysotus spinifer Malloch). 
Mass.— WeUesley, May 19 and June 2, 1891 (Morse). 

AsyndetttS Loew. 

A. ammophilus Loew. 

R. I. — NewptrfffSfttiL^^^^^^^' 

A. appendiculatus Loew. ^^ 
R- L-— Newport (Osten Sacken). 

A. johnsoni Van Duzee, 16-93. 
N. H. — Hampton, July 3 (Shaw). 

A. syntormoides Wheeler. ^^ 15 i896 (^Hough)- 

Mass.— £. Boston (Hood); New Bedford, JulJL ' 

Chiysotus Meigeik 
C. affinis Loew. 
Me.— Machias, July 21. 
Conn.— West Haven, June 27 (Viereck). 

C. auratus Loew. 

Conn.— New Haven, July 4 (Viereck). 

C. barbatus (Loew). 

R. I. — Providence, Sept. 9. 



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C« discolor Loew. 

Me. — Capens, July 11. 

Mass. — Forest Hills. Conn. — ^West Haven, June 27 (Viereck). 

C« obliquus Loew. 

Me. — Orono, July 8, 1913 (Alexander). 

Mass. — ^New Bedford, Apr. 9 (Hough). Conn. — ^West Haven, 
Jiine27 (Viereck). 

C. pallipes Loew. 

Conn. — New Haven, June 23 (Viereck). 

C. picticomis Loew. 

Mass. — ^Barnstable Co., July 14 (N. S. Eastern). 

C. subcostatus Loew. 

Mass. — ^Freetown, July 15 (N. S. Eaaton). 

C* wisconsinensis Wheeler. 
Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 

C- bellus Van Duzee, 24-39. 

Me. — Kittery, June 4, 1908 (Hitchings); Princeton, July 12. 

N. H. — Hampton^ June 25 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Saugus, June 10, 1920. Conn. — Winnipauk, June 12, 

1915. 

C. disjunctus Van Duzee, 24-33. 
Mass. — Avbumdale, Aug. 9. 

C. fulvohirtus Van Duzee, 15-95. 

Mass. — Winchendon, Apr. 14 (Dr. F. W. Russell). 

C johnsoni Van Duzee, 24-21. 

Me. — Kineo, Aug. 17, 1913 (Alexander). 

C. choricus Wheeler (C. ciliatus Malloch, 14-236). 

Conn. — New Haven, May 26 (Ficrecfc); Winnipauk, June 16. 

C, quadratus Van Duzee, 24-28. 
Mass. — Edgartown, June 29, 1910. 

C. vulgaris Van Duzee, 24-15. 
Conn. — New Haven, Jime 26 (Viereck). 

Caxnpfdcnemus Haliday. 
C. hirtipes Loew. 
Me. — Machias, July 21. N. H. — Hampton, Sept. 18 (Shaw); 

Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — Wellesley, Aug. 20. Conn. — Winnipauk, Aug. 5. 

C. wheeleri Van Duzee, 23-64. 

Me. — Machias f July 20; Bar Harbor, Aug. 4. 

^. americanus Van Duzee. 
Iass.— Sunderland, May 30, 1923. 



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Argyra Macquart. 
A. albicans Loew. 
N. H.— 14, 15. May 27-June 16. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 10-Aug. 9. 

A. angustata Van Duzee, 1925. 

Me. — Echo Ixike, Mi. Desert, July 17; Machias, July 22. Vt.— 

Mt. Ascutney, July 30 (Brooks). 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7; Woods Hole, July 27. 

A. bimaculata Van Duzee, 1925. 

Me. — Machias, Jxily 22. 

Mass. — ^Blue Hill, Milton, May 30; Ipswich. 

A. calceata Loew. 

Mb.— 6, 8, N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. July 11-Aug. 20. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. July 24-Aug. 30. 

A. calcitrans Loew. 

N. H.— 14. Vt.— 20, 22. June 23-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 16-July 7. 

A. minuta Loew. 

N. H.— Cornish, July 13. Vt.— Norwich, July 7. 

Mass. — ^North Adams, June 20. 

A. obscura Van Duzee, 1925. 

N. R.—Mt. Washington, about 3000 ft., July 28, 1915. 

A. robusta Johnson, 06-59. 
Me. — ^Bar Harbor, June 11. 

A. sericata Van Duzee, 1925. 
Me. — Machias, July 20. 
Mass. — ^BrookUne, May 23. 

A. setipes Van Duzee, 1925. 
Vt. — ^Brattleboro, July 15. 
Mass. — Chester, July 25. 

Leucostola Loew. 
L. cingulata Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 20. July 7-20. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. Jime 20-Aug. 25. 

L. aldrichi (Johnson), 04-18. 

Mass. — Milton, Jime 23. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods and Bristol, 
June 21, 22. Conn. — New Haven, June 8. 

Rhaphium Meigen (Porphyropa Meigen). 

R. barbipes (Van Duzee), 23-239. 

Me,— Princeton, July 12; Machias, July 20-22, 1909. 

R* fumipennis (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 22. June 15-July 16. 

Mass.— 27. July 4. 



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R. gracilis Curran, 24-228. 

Mass. — Beverly, May, June {U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

R. johnsoni (Van Duzee), 23-240. 

N. H. — Jaffrey, June 18. 

R. I. — Kingston, June 17 (Barlow). 

R. longipes (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 7-July 12. 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 24-July 8. 

R. Itigubre (Loew). 

Conn. — ^Branford, Apr. 20 (Champlain). 

R. melampus (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 14. June 7- July 1. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 2&-June 30. 

R. nigricoza Loew. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 20. June 22-July 13. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 22-June 13. 

R. signifer (Osten Sacken). 

Mass. — Sharon, July 7 and Aug. 3. 

R. slossonae (Johnson) {Leucosiola slossonae Johnson, 06-59; 

P. 8lo88onae Van Duzee, 23-239). 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 26. N. R.—Mt. WaahingUm (Mrs. 

Sloason). 

R. sttbarmatum Curran, 24-228. 
N. H. — Franconia. 

NematoproctoB Loew. 

N. venustus Melander. 

Me. — Machias, July 21. Vt, — Norwich, July 8. 

Syntonnon Loew. 

S. dnereiventris Loew. 
Conn. — . 

Sympycnos Loew. 
S. lineatus Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8. N.H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 22. July 8-Sept. 7. 
Mass.— 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17-Oct. 16. 

Nothosympycnus Wheeler. 

N. fortunatus Wheeler. 

Me.— Orono, July 29-Aug. 9. N. H.— Cornish, July 13, Vt.— 

Diunmerston, July 14. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7; Sharon, Aug. 3. 

N. frontalis (Loew). 

Me. — Orono, Aug. 9. 

Mass. — ^Boston, Sept. 28; Chester, Aug. 9. 



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N. luteipes Van Duzee, 23-63. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, July 22, 1919; Orono, July 21, 1913 (Alexan- 
der). 

Neurigona Rondani. 
N. rabella (Loew). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosaon). 

Mass. — ^Beverly, Sept. 6, 1874 (E. Burgess). Conn. — Winni- 
pauk, June 15. 

N. perpleza Van Duzee, 13-29. 

Mb. — Capens, July 21. N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 24. 

N. dimidiata (Loew). 

N. H.— Claremont, July 19. Vt.— Brattleboro, July 15. 

Mass. — Rockport, July 15. 

N. carbonifer (Loew). 
N. H.— White Mts.; Hanover, July 6. 

Mass. — Melrose, June 9; Cohasset, May 29 (Bryant). R. I.— 
Buttonwoods, Jime 18. Conn. — Middletown, Jime 17. 

N, nitida Van Duzee, 13-13. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). Vt. — St. Albans, June 21. 

N. maculata Van Duzee, 13-36. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson); Hampton, July 10 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Brookline, Jime 18; Chester, Aug. 4. 

N. floridula Wheeler. 

Me.— 1, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 20. June 13-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. June 22-Aug. 9. 

N. floridula var. infuscata Van Duzee, 13-39. 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. June 28-July 13. 

Mass.— 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 18-July 24. 

N, disjuncta Van Duzee, 13-42. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 20. July 7-11. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 28. June 14-Aug. 3. 

N. viridis Van Duzee, 13-43. 

N. H.— White Mts. (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

N. deformis Van Duzee, 13-46. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 21. N. H. — Glen House, July 25. 

N. tenuis (Loew). 
Mass.— Mt. Tom, July 14. 

N, aestiva Van Duzee, 13-50. 

Vt. — Norwich, July 7; Bennington, June 19. 

Mass. — Great Barrington, June 15. 

N. tarsalis Van Duzee, 13-51. 
Vt. — St. Johnsbiuy, Jime 28. 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 20. Conn. — ^Danbury, June 15. 



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N. lateralis (Say). 
N. H— 11, 15. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 30. R. L— 33. Conn.— 35. June 15- 
Aug. 9. 

N. dorsalis Van Duzee, 14-434. 
N. H.— Cornish, July 13. 

Chrysotimiss Loew. 

C. delicatus Loew. 

Me.— Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 14, 1923. 

XanUiochlonss Loew. 
y helvinus Ijoew 

N. H.— White Mts. Vt.— Brattleboro, July 15. 
Mass. — Brookline, July 4; Chester, Aug. 9. 

Thinophiliis Wahlberg. 

T. ochrifacies Van Duzee, 24-101. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 8; Chatham, July 1; Eastham, June 27; 
Edgartown, June 29. Conn. — Rowayton, Aug. 5, 1908. 

T. prasinus Johnson, 21-13. 
N. H. — Hampton, June 27 (Shaw), 

Mass. — Plum Isl., July 17 (Morse); Chatham, June 30, 1904; 
EdgaHown, June 29, 1912. 

T. viridifacies Van Duzee, 24-102. 

Mass. — Edgartown, June 29, 1912; East Gloucester, June 20, 
1924. 

Diostracus Loew. 

D. prasinus Loew. 

Vt.— Bolton Mt., July 15 {Bryani). 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 4. 

Hypocharassus Mik. 

H. pruinosus (Wheeler). 

Mass. — Cohasset, July 5 {Bryant)] Chatham, June 30; Woods 
Hole; Edgartown, June 29. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, July 25. 

Medetenss Fischer von Waldheim. 

M. maurus Wheeler. 

N. YL—MU Washington. Vt.— Jay Peak, 4018 ft., July 14, 

1891 {Morse). 
Mass. — Aubumdale, June 16. 

M. modestus Van Duzee, 14-440. 

Mb. — Bar Harbor, Jime 11. N. H. — Mt. Washington, July 7. 

Vt. — ^Burlington, June 24. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Jime 16. 



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M. nigripes Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington; Hampton, June 19 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Rutland, May 31. 

M. obscurus Van Duzee. 

N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 11, 1916 (Shaw). 

M. princeps Wheeler. 

N. H.— Hampton, July 22-Aug, 8 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Southbridge {Bromley). R. I. — Newport. 

M. veles Loew. 

N. H.— 11. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 3(}-Nov. 4. 

Thiyptkus Gerstaeoker. 

T. muhlenbergiae Johannsen and Crosby, 13-164. 
Conn. — Danbury, June 16. 

T. willistoni Wheeler. 
Mass. — Melrose, June 4. 

Hydrophonss Fallen. 
H. aestuans Loew. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Jime 17-Sept. 13. 

Mass. — Haggett's Station, Sept. 21 (A. P. Morse); Essex, July 
11 {Fuller). R. I.— Newport {Osten Sacken). 

H. chrysologus Walker. 

Me.— 1,4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 15-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Apr. 26-Sept. 23. 

H. intentus Aldrich, 11-51. 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 16. July 16-Aug. 13. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 
16-Sept. 8. 

H. parvus Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. Apr. 17-May 5. 

Mass.— 26, 32. Apr. 1-Dec. 31. 

19 Dir&ta Lioew 

Me.— 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 16. Apr. 2a-0ct. 6. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 31-Oct. 16. 

Note. — H. viridifloa Walker, "Mass." {Oaten Sacken) and 
H. glaber Walker, "Mt. Washington" {Mra. Sloaaon), determined 
by Coquillett, I have been unable to identify from the descrip- 
tions. 

ScellusLoew. 
S. exustus (Walker). 
Me. — Orono, June 29-July 28. N. H. — ^Hampton, June 28, 

1911 {Shaw). Vt.— Shoreham, July 16, 1910 (Cushman). 



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Orthocerathim Schrank (Ldancaltu Loew). 

O. genitalis (Loew). 

Vt.— Bolton Mt., Sept. 25, 1922 (Bryant). 

Plagioneurus Loew. 
P. univittatus Loew. 
Mass. — Boston, Aug. 25, 1908, on window. 

Dolichopiis Latreille. 

D. abbreviatus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-144. 
Me. — Machids, July 21. 

D. acuminatus Loew. 

Mass. — Natickf June 23 (Morse). R. I. — ^Button woods, June 15. 

D. acutus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-142. 
Mass. — Springfield (Dimmock). 

D. adultus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-98. 
Mass. — Framingham, May 28 (Frost) ; Dedham, June 3. 

D. agronomus Melander and Brues. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 2(}-June 2 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^New Bedford, June 8 (Hough)] Woods Hole, June 19 
(Sturievant). 

D. albicilitus Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 13-July 4. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. June 15-Sept. 8. 

D. albicoza Aldrich. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 18, 20. June 24-July 10. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 10-Aug. 4. 

D. angustatus Aldrich. 

Me.— 4, 7. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 22. June 24-July 28. 

Mass. — ^29. June 15. 

D. batillif er Loew. 

N. H,- 11. Vt.— 19. June 28^Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 29. June 24-July 1. 

D. bifractus Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. July 7-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. R. L— 33. June 15-Aug. 25. 

D, brevicauda Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-108. 
N, n.—Mt. Washington, 5000 ft., Aug. 16, 1916. 

D. breviamanus Loew. 

Me. — Eastport, July 14. N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); 
Hampton, May 31 (Shaw). Vt. — ^Amsden, July 10. 

D. calainus Melander and Brues. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 10, 1923. 



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D. calcaratus Aldrich. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 20. June 23-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. June 13-Aug. 4. 

D. canadensis Van Duzee, Ck)le and Aldrich, 21-141. 

Vt. — Lyndon, June 13. 

Mass. — ^Arlington, June 9 (Barber). 

D. clirysostonia Loew. 

Mass. — Beverly, July 21, 1869 (Burgess); Mt. Everett, June 28. 

D. comatus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. June 11-Oct. 20. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 5-Oct. 16. 

D. cuprinus Wiedemann. 

Me.— 2, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 22. June 

30-Aug. 24. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 22-Aug. 24. 

D. dakotensis Aldrich. 
Vt.— Norwich, July 7, 1908. 

D. dasypodus Coquillett, 10-41. 

Me. — Machias, July 19. N. H. — ML Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

D. deflectus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-143. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. 

Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 31. Conn. — . 

D. detersus Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Hampton, Aug. 10 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Revere, July 29 (Morse). Conn. — Winnipauk, Jime 16. 

D. discessus Walker. 

Mass. — *' Massachusetts" (Walker). (Unrecognizable from de- 
scription.) 

D. discifer Stannin. 

Me.— 4, 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18, 21. June 24-Aug. 22. 

Mass.— 23, 29. June 16-July 1. 

D. discolor Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-116. 
N. H. — Claremont, June 19. Vt. — Chittenden, Aug. 1 (Be- 
qv^ert). 

]D dorvcerus lioew 

N. U.— White Mts.; Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., July 11; Bretton 
Woods and Glen House, June 25-30. 

D. eudactylus Loew. 
N. H.— 13. June 19. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. June 10- 
July24. 

D. flagellitenens Wheeler. 

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D. flavicoza Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-188. 
Vt.— Mt. Mansfield, 4000 ft., July 21, 1891 (Morse). 

D. flavilacertus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-110. 
Mass.— FaM River, Jiine 8, 1909 {EasUm). 

D. fulvipes Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 23-July 28. 

Mass.— 27. Conn.— 35. May 29-June 28. 

D. genualis Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-119. 
Me. — Mooaeheadj July 18; Machiaa, July 20. 

D. gratus Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. May 21. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 10-July 30. \ 

D. harbecki Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-233. 

Me. — Capens, July 16. N. H. — Mt. Washington, July 21 ; Fran- 

conia (Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, July 25. 

D. idoneus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-140. 
Vt. — Lyndon, June 13, 1914 (Melander). 

D. incisuralis Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Conn. — . 

D* incongruus Wheeler. 

N. H. — Mt. Monadnock, June 12; JaflFrey, July 4. 

Mass. — Bashbish Falls, June 27. 

D. indigena Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-139. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, Aug. 18. N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 6 (Shaw). 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

D. johnsoni Aldrich. 
N. H. — ^Jaffrey, June 7. 

D. laticomis Loew. 

Me.-^. N. H.— 15. May 16-July 21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 17-June 3. 

D. latipes Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Woods Hole. 

D* latipes var. cognatus Melander and Brues. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, July 19. 

D. lobatus Loew. 

Me. — Princeton, July 12. 

D. longimanus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 20. June 24-Sept. 1. 

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D. marginatus Aldrich. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. July 27-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. June 17-Aug. 26. 

D. melanocerus Loew. 

ME.-4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. July 18-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. May 27-Aug. 24. 

D, nodipennis Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-102. 
Mass.— Dedham, May 20; Framingham, May 28. 

D. obsoletus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-121. 
ME.—Moosehead, Jxily 18. N. H.—Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); 
Center Harbor, Sept. 10. 

D. onmiv^^us Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-216. 
Me.— Bowlin Pond, Penobscot Co., July 31, 1910 {Cushman). 

D. omatipennis Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-132. 

Mb.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 18. 

Mass.— Sfcaron, Aug. 9; Bridgewater, July 11 {Cushman) ; Welles- 
ley, Aug. 17 (Morse)] Yarmouth, July 17 (Barber). Conn.— 
New Haven, July 27. 

Ty ovata liOew 

Me.— Hampden, July 10. Vt.— Winooski, Aug. 21 (Davis). 

Mass. — . 

D. pachjTcnemus Loew. 

N. H.— North Conway, June 26. 

Mass.— Fall River, June 8 (EasUm); Fern, June (Barlow). 

D. palaestricus Loew. 

Me.-— 4, 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 21. June 6- 

July 22. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 3. 

D. pantomimus Melander and Brues. 
Mass.— New Bedford, May 30 (Hough). 

D, penicillatus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-227 (D. cilialus 

Aldrich). 
Me. — Orono, July 31 (Alexander). 

D. plumipes (Scopoli). 

Me.— Eastport, June 29-July 14; Mt. Desert, July 15. 

D. porphyrops Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-169. 

Me.— 5,6,7,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13. Vt.— 18, 19, 22. June 13- 

Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 29. June 5-July 7. 

D. pugil Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. July 11-27. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 17-Sept. 8. 



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D. quadrilamellatus Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Sloaaan). 

Mass. — ^Forest Hills, Boston. Conn. — ^Winnipauk, June 16. 

D. ramifer Loew. 

Me.— 8. July 13. 

Mass.— 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 10-Aug. 17. 

D. remipes Wahlberg. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, July, 1919, " Witchhole'' and "Beaver Dam'' 
Ponds, on water-Uly pads. 

D. remus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-96. 
Vt. — Mt. Equinox, Jime 5. 

D. renidescens Melander and Brues. 
Me.— Eastport, July 17, 1909. 

D. scapularis Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slossan). 

D. scoparius Loew. 

ME.-4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19, 21. June 14-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. May 30-July 27. 

D. serratus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-155. 
Me.— M^ Katahdin, 5215 ft., Aug. 19, 1902. 

D. setifer Loew. 

ME.-4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 18-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 1»-July 27. 

D. setosus Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. June 7-July 13. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29. May 29-July 27. 

D. sincerus Melander. 

ME.-4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 16-26. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. July 8-Aug. 2. 

D. sincerus var. subdirectus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21- 

118. 
Me.— 6,9. N. H.— 11. July 8. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29 {Woods Hole). July 27-Aug. 2. 

D. slossonae Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-235. 
Mb. — Eastport, July 15; Mt. Desert, Jime 17. N. H. — Franconia 
{Mrs. Shsson). Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

T^ socius Xx)ew 

Me.— 7, 8. N.H.— 15. Vt.— 20, 21. June 22-July 17. 

Mass. — ^28. June 10. 



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D. socius var. g^dius Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-136. 
ME.-4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 20, 21. June 16- 

July 24. 
Mass.— 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 10-July 11. 

D. sorotes Loew. 

Mass. — Middleton, Aug. 27 {Morse), 

D. splendidulus Loew. 

Me. — Machias, July 21. N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 28; 
Glen House, July 20. Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 

D. splendidus Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 12. July 8-23. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 32. June 15-Aug. 3. 

D. stenhaxnmari Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— White Mts. {Morrison), U. S. Nat. Mus. 

D. tonsus Loew. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole. 

D. trisetosus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-122. 

Me. — Monmouth, July 4. 

Mass. — Beverly, June 4, 1869 {Edw. Burgess) ; Sherbom, May 30. 

D* vflriahilis Ix)ew 

Me.— 4, 6, 7,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 19, 20, 22. July 

6-Sept. 19. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. July 12-Aug. 23. 

D. variabilis var. gracilis Aldrich. 

Me.— 7, 8. July 22-30. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. July 15^0ct. 9. 

D. versatus Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-253. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, Sept. 25 {Hough); Fall River, June 17 
{Easton); Manomet, July 27; Hyannisport, July 4. 

D, virga Coquillett, 10-41. 
Me. — Eastport, June 30. 

Mass. — New Bedford, May 20 {Hough); Woods Hole; Province- 
town, June 25. 

D. virginiensis Van Duzee, Cole and Aldrich, 21-236. 
Mass. — Bashbish Falls, June 27. 

D. vittatus Loew. 

Vt.— 17. July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 23. 

D. wheeleri Melander and Brues. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 12-22. 

Mass.— 23, 29 {Woods Hole). Julyl3-Aug. 8. 

D. xanthocnemus Loew. 

N.H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); "Alpine Garden," Aug. 
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Hercos tom os Loew. 
Subgenus Gymnoptemtu Loew. 
H. albiceps Loew. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, June 10, 1921. 

H. barbatulus Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. May 26-July 28. 

Mass.— 32. Conn.— 35. May 31-June 25. 

H. chalcochrus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 3-July 22. 

H. cozalis Loew. 

N. H.— Hampton, May 3-June 13, 1910 (Shaw). 

H. crassicauda Loew. 

Mass. — Forest HUls; Aubumdale, July 1-Aug. 9; Lexington, 
Aug. 19. Conn. — Danbury, Jime 15. 

H. debilis Loew. 

N. H. — Hanover, July 6; Hampton, Aug. 7 (Shaw). 
Mass.— New Bedford, July 30 {Hough). 

H. despicatus Loew. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 5^July 21. 

Mass. — . Conn. — 35. May 27. 

H. difficilis Loew. 

Mass. — Blue Hill, May 30; Brookline, Aug. 23; Aubumdale, 
Aug. 9; Fall River, Jime 3 {Eaaton). 

H. ezilis Loew. 

N. H.— 15. July 31. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. July 3-Aug. 30. 

H. fimbriatus Loew. 

Vt.— Brattleboro, July 15, 1908. 

H flaviis liOew 

Mass.— 25, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 8-Aug. 25. 

H. frequens Loew. 

Me.-^, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 20, 22. June 

8-July 22. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. June fr-Aug. 23. 

H. homilis Loew. 

Me.— 4, 7. N. H.— 11, 15. May 31-July 17. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 7. 

H. laevigata Loew. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 22. June 10-July 28. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 10-June 23. 

H. mirificus Melander. 

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H. nigricoza Van Duzee, 24-103. 

Mass. — Winchendon, July 5; Saxonville; Wellesley, July 8 
(Morse). 

H. obtusicauda Van Duzee, 24r-103. 
Me.— MachiaSj July 20, 1909. 

H. opacus Loew. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 12. July 5-Aug. 6. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 5-Aug. 5. 

H. parvicomis Loew. 

Mass. — Brookline, Aug. 28; Chatham, July 1. 

H. phyllophonis Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. June 4-July 21. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 32. May 31-Aug. 2. 

H. politus Loew. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 9; Tyngsboro, July 13 {Fall). 

H. scotias Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson); Hampton, June 1 

(Shaw). Vt. — ^Jay Peak, July 14 (Morse). 
Mass. — ^New Bedford, May 24 (Hough). 

H. singularis Van Duzee, 24r-102. 
R. I.— Kingston, July, 1906 (Barlow). 

H. spectabilis Loew. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, June 27. 

Mass.— Blue Hill, Milton, May 30; Sandwich, June 19 (HUchr 
ings). 

H. subdilatatus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 13. July 17-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. June 6-Aug. 4. 

H. subulatus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. July 14-Sept. 4. 

Mass.— 27. Aug. 5-23. 

H. tristis Loew. 

Vt.— Killington Peak, Aug. 14, 1916 (Bequaert). 

Mass. — Ipswich, Jime 10 (Fuller). 

H. ventralis Loew. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 22. July 3-21. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 2. 

H. vemaculus Van Duzee, 24-104. 
ME.—Machias, July 22, 1909. 

H. violaceus (Van Duzee), 21-123. 
Mass. — ^Bridgewater, July 11 (Cushman). 



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Subgenus Hercotlomua Loew. 
H. tmicolor Loew. 
Me.— Fort Kent, Aug. 19, 1910. 

Paradhss Loew. 
P. albinotatus Loew. 
Vt.— Norwich, July 7, 1908. 

P. claviculatus Loew. 

Mass. — New Bedford. Conn. — . 

P. hybridus Melander. 
Me. — Orr's Island, Jidy 25. 

Mass.— Wood« Hole^ July 14-27 (Melander); Chatham, July 1; 
Edgartown, June 29. Conn. — ^Woodmont, July 9 {Butrick). 

P. propinquus Wheeler. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 14-27 {Melander). 

P. vicinus Aldrich, 04-277. 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. July 17-27. 

Mass.— 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 29-July 27. 

Tachytrechiis Loew. 
T. binodatus Loew. 
Vt. — Bennington, June 24, 1915. 

T. moechus Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — Southbridge {Bromley). 

T. voraz Loew. 

Mb.— 6. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 20. July 8. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 31. June 13-Sept. 29. 

Pelastonennis Loew. 

P. abbreviatus Loew. 
N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 8-20 {Shaw). 

Mass. — Somerville, Aug. 13 {Barber). Conn. — Woodmont, 
July 9 {BiUrick). 

P. cristatus Van Duzee, 24-106. 

N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 8, 1923 {Shaw). 

Mass.— Eastham, June 27, 1904. 

P. lamellatus Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 9-Sept. 12. 
Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. June 20-Sept. 8. 

P. lugubris Loew. 

Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. 26, 1898 {Morse). 

Mass. — . 

P. neglectus Wheeler. 

N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 15, 1908 {Shaw). 



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P. vagans Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 1&-Sept. 13. 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. Aug. 4r-Sept. 23. 

Empididae. 

Stilpon Loew. 
S. pectiniger Melander. 
Mass. — New Bedford. 

S. varipes Loew. 

Mass.— New Bedford, May 24, 1886 {Hough). 

Eudrapetis Melander, 18-187. 

E. armata (Melander), 18-197. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. 

Mass. — . 

E. gilvipes (Loew). 
Me. — Mt. Desert. 

Mass. — Dartmouth, Mar. 5, 1910 (Eaaion), Conn. — ^New 
Haven, Nov. 4, 1903 (Vtereck). 

E. parvicomis (Melander), 18-202. 

Me. — Ft. Kent, Aug. 17; Mt. Desert, Jime 9. 

Mass. — Hyannisport, Jidy 4; Barnstable, July 5. 

E. spectabilis (Melander). 

Me.— 9*. July 27. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. July 22-Sept. 8. 

Drapetis Meigen. 

D. alitemigra Melander, 18-192 (D. nigra Melander, 1902, not 

Meigen, 1830). 
Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston {Melander). 

D. pubescens Loew. 

Mass. — ^Peter^ham {Melander). 

Platypalpos Macquart. 
P. aequalis Loew. 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. June 28-Sept. 1. 
Mass.— 29. Conn.— 35. June 17-July 25. 

P. apicalis Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 28; Woods Hole {Melander). 

P. coquilletti Melander, 24-83 (P. trivialia Melander, not Loew). 
Mass. — New Bedford, June 12 (Hough). 

P. crassifemoris (Fitch). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. July 14-26. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 7. 



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P. cuneipennis Melander, 24-83. 

Vt. — Lyndon, June 13, 1914 {Melander), 

P. debilis Loew. 

Mass. — Boston (Melander). 

P. flammifer Melander, 24-S4. 

N. H.— Hanover. Vt.— Hartland, May (P, W. Whiting); Lyn- 
don {M dander). 

P. flavirostris Loew. 

Me.— 3, 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. July 14-Aug. 31. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 7. 

P. harpiger Melander, 24-84. 

Mass. — Boston, June, 1914 {Melander). 

P. hians Melander. 
Me. — Capens, July 21. 

p. hians var. fuscohalteratus Melander, 24-85. 
Me. — Capens, July 21. 

P. holosericus Melander, 24-85. 

Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston, July {Brues). 

P lactus Ix)ew 

N. H.— White Mts. {Osten Saoken). 

P. lateralis Loew. 

Me. — Capens, July 21. N. H. — Franconia and Mt. Washington 

{Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — Blue Hill, Milton, June 6. 

P. pectinator Melander, 24-85. 
Mass. — Chester, July 7. 

P. porrectus Melander, 24-86. 
Me. — Capens, July 18. 

P. sutor Melander var., 24-87. 
Mass.— Chester, May 28. 

P. trivialis Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— "White Mts." Vt.— Hart- 
land {Melandgr). 
Mass. — ^North Reading, Jime 10. Conn. — Middletown, June 17. 

P. versutus Melander, 24-87. 
Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 4. 

Tnchypeza Meigen {Trachydromia Meigen, in part). 

T. brachialis Melander. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

T. fenestrata Say. 

Me. — Capens, July 20. N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 



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T. rapax Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts.; Hampton, May 12 {Shaw). 

Mass. — . 

T» rostrata Ix)cw. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 21-Sept. 5. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 11-Sept. 3. 

T. similis Walker. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

T. winthemi Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft. 

Tnchydromia Meigen. 

T. enecator (Melander). 

Me. — Bridgton, July 15 (Miss Martin). 

T. maculipennis (Walker) (T. ptmUa Loew). 

N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June&-14. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 12-June 4. 

T. varipennis Coquillett (T. schwarzii Aldrich, CatL, not Coquil- 

lett). 
N. H. — Franconia, July {Mrs. Sloason). 

Chersodromia Walker (Ckrysodramia Melander, 06-370). 

C. houg^ (Melander). 

Mass. — ^New Bedford, June; Horse Neck Beach, Aug. (Hough); 
Woods Hole {Melander) ; Chatham, June 30. 

Coloboneura Melander. 

C. inusitata Melander. 

Mass. — Ipswich Beach; Gloucester; Chatham; Woods Hole. 
R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 17-Sept. 7. 

Chelipoda Macquart {lAianam^ Melander). 

C. elongata (Melander). 

Me.— 1,8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 2&-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 23-Aug. 2. 

C. albiseta (Zetterstedt). 
Mass. — Southbridge, July 8-13. 

Hemerodromia Meigen. 
H. albipes Walker. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

H. deflecta Loew. 

Mass. — Hyannisport, July 4. Conn. — New Haven, June 23 

{Viereck). 

H. capta Coquillett. 

Me.— Moosehead, July 18, 1907. 



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H. empiformis Say. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole, July 25. Conn. — New Haven, June 23 
{Viereck); Middletown, June 17. 

H. notata Loew. 

Me. — ^Mt. Desert, July 16. N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosaon); 
Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., Aug. 16. 

H. palloris Coquillett. 

Me.— 1, 4, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 20-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 26-Sept. 4. 

H. rogatoris Coquillett. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17; Ashland, June, Aug. 16, 1910. 

H. obsoleta Loew. 

Mass. — ^Blue Hill, Milton, June 6; Boston {M dander). 

H. scapularis Loew. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. June 10-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 6-Sept. 12. 

Ardoptera Macquart. 
A. irrorata (Fallen). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., July 16, 1915. Vt.— Bolton 
Mt., Aug. 30 (Bryant). 

Roederiodes Coquillett. 
R. juncta Coquillett. 
N. H. — Glen House, base of Mt. Washington, June 17. 

Clinocera Meig^L 
C. conjuncta Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 17-Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 23. Aug. 12. 

C. fuscipennis Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts. {Oden Sacken). 

C. lineata Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. N. H.— Jaffrey, March 24, 1917 

{Mrs. C. W. Johnson). 
Conn. — ^New Haven, Oct. 21 {Viereck). 

C. maculata Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. Vt.— Bolton Mt., Aug. 26 {Bryant). 
Mass. — ^Purgatory Swamp, Norwood, Sept. 4; Dedham (Afe- 
lander). 

C. taos Melander. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

C. hamifera Melander, Genera Insectorum, in press. 
Me. — Moosehead, July 18; 



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C. ctenistes Melander, Genera Insectorum, in press. 
N. H.— Hanover (Mink Brook), July 6. 

Syneches Walker. 
S. albonotatus Loew. 
Mass. — Woods Hole {Mdander). 

S. rufus Loew. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16. July4-Aug. 9. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. June 5-Aug. 31. 

S. simplex Walker. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 16. June 22-Aug. 9. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30. Conn.— 35. June 30-Aug. 30. 

S. fhoracicus Say. 

Me.— 6,9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 21, 22. June 24-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27. July 23-Aug. 4. 

Syndyas Loew. 

S. dorsalis Loew. 

Me. — Orono, June 5 (Alexander). N. H. — Franconia (Mrs, Sloi- 

son). Vt.— Woodstock, July 25 (Morse). 
Mass.— Lexington, July 6 (Barber). 

S. polita Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 14. July 12. 

Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 21-Sept. 6. 

Buhybos Coquillett. 
S dfictus T^elander 
Mass.— New Bedford. Conn.— Stony Creek, July 27 (Viereck). 

E. subjectus Walker. 

Mass.— Woods Hole (Melander) ; Hyannisport, July 4. R. L— 
Buttonwoods, June 12. 

E. triplex Walker. 

Me.— 1, 3, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 20, 21. 

June 5-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24- 

June 15. 

E. nigripes Melander. 

Vt. — Lyndon (Melander). 

Mass.— New Bedford (Melander); Chester, May 28; Essex Co., 

June 30 (Morse). 

Hybos Meigen. 
H. reversus Walker. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— White Mts.; Alstead, Aug. 9 

(Morse). 
Mass. — Woods Hole (Melander). 



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H. slossonae Coquillett. 

Me.— 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. July 8-July 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 28-Sept. 25. 

Oedalea Meigen. 
Oe. ohioensis Melander. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 17. N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 26. 
Mass.— Blue Hill, Milton, May 30. 

Oe. pruinosa Coquillett. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Sloason). 

LeptopezA Macquart. 

L. compta Coquillett. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 9-July 22. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 8. 

L. flavipes (Meigen). 

Me.— 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 26-July 20. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29. May 22-26. 

Ocydromia Meigen. 
O. g^bricula (Fallen). 

Me.— 2, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 4-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 27. May 27-Sept. 6. 

Empis Linnd. 
E. cormus Walker. 

Me.— Orono, May 1 (Parshley). N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 
ft., June 13; Glen House, June 18. 

E. distans Loew. 

N. H. — Hampton, June 28 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale. R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 18. Conn. — 
New Haven, June 3 {Britton) ; Danbury, June 15. 

E. laevigata Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., 
July 8; Glen House, June 14. 

E. longipes Loew. 

Vt. — Mt. Equinox and Manchester, June 5-6. 

E. nuda Loew. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 27. 

E. obesa Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs, Sloason); Mt. Washington, 5000 ft., 

Aug. 16; Passaconaway, Sept. 12 {Cushman), 
Mass. — . 

E. otiosa Coquillett. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. May 20-June 12. 

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E. pallida Loew. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 25. Vt.— Burlington, June 23. 

Mass. — Chester, May 26; North Adams, June 18. 

E. poeciloptera Loew. 

Vt. — Burlington, June 24; St. Johnsbury, June 28; Manchester, 

June 6. 
Mass.— North Adams, June 18. Conn.— Darien, Jime 11. 

E. rufescens Loew. 

ME.-4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 20. June 14- 

July 22. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 26, 27. June 4-27. 

E. scoparia Coquillett. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Sloason). 

E. sordida Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Sloason). 

Conn.— South Meriden, May 31 {H. L. Johnson). 

E. spectabilis Loew. 

Conn.— Lyme, May 1, 1910 {Champlain). 

E. stenoptera Loew. 

N. H. — ^White Mts. Vt. — Lyndon (Melander). 

E. tersa Coquillett. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, May 14-28. 

E. tridentata Coquillett. 
N. H.— Hampton, July 12 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Bridgewater; Cohasset ; Manomet and Durfee, July 4-27. 
Conn. — New Haven, Jime 10. 

E. varipes Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia and Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); Inter- 
vale, Aug. 23 (G. M. Alien); Glen House, Aug. 27. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4, 1911. 

Iffilara Meigen. 
H. atra Loew. 
N. H. — ^Franconia. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole {Melander) 

H. aurata Coquillett. 

Me.— Eastport, July 1, 1870 {Burgess). 

H. bella Melander. 
Mass. — ^New Bedford. 

H. carbonaria Melander. 
Mass. — New Bedford, Jime 12. 



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H. femorata Loew. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 8, 1915. N. H.— Mt. Washington 

{Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass.— Blue Hill, Milton; Chester, !May 26. 

B[» firacilis Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30-Aug. 17. N. H.— Mt. Washington 

(Mrs. Slo88an) ; Glen House, June 11. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 16. 

H. leucoptera Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 10, 1920. N. H.— Hampton, June 4 

(Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole (Melander); Provincetown, June 24. 

Conn. — New Haven, May 25-June 23. 

H. lutea Loew. 

Mass. — Blue Hill, Milton, May 30. R. I. — Kingston, June 19 
(Barlow). 

H. macroptera Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

H. mutabilis Loew. 
N. H. — ^Jaffrey, June 4. 

R. I. — Kingston, June 4 (Barlow). Conn. — New Haven, June 
23 (Viereck). 

H. seriata Loew. 
N. H.— White Mts. 

H. testacea Loew. 
N.H.— White Mts. 

Mass. — ^Blue Hill, Milton, June 6. R. I. — Kingston, June 5-16 
(Barlow). 

fij^ tristis Ix)ew 

Mb.— 3, 4, 7, 8. N. H.— ^1, 15. June 12-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. May 28hJune 18. 

H. trivittata Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slpsaon). 

Conn. — . 

H. umbrosa Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. June 11. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. May 2fr-July 27. 

H. unic<rior Loew. 

Mass. — Chester, May 28; Concord, July 14 (Barber). 

H. velutina Loew. 

Conn. — New Haven, July 13 (Britton). 



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Oreogeton Schiner. 
O. obscura Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 5-^July 26. 
Mass.— 23, 24. May 26-Jiine 27. 

0. rufa Loew. 

Me.— Machias, July 26; Mt. Desert, June 10-July 16. N. H.- 

Mt. Washin^on, July 8-14; Mt. Monadnock, June 12. 
Mass. — Bashbish Falls, June 27. 

IteaphiU Zetterstedt. 

1. macquartii Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., June 13, 1916. 
Mass.— Winchendon, May 11, 1904 (RusseU). 

Honnopeza Zetterstedt. 
H. brcTicomis Loew. 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloaaan), 

Eotliyneiini Macquart. 
E. bucinator Melander. 
N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28. 

Anttialia Zetterstedt. 
A. bulbosa Melander. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

A. flava Coquillett. 

Me. — Monmouth, June 27 (Frost). N. H. — ^Franconia and Mt. 
Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

A. gilvihirta (Coquillett). 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

A. schonheni Zetterstedt. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15. 

Trichina Meig^L 
T flavines I^eiflren. « 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 13-17. N. H.— Milford, June 23. 
Mass. — Chester, May 28. 

T. nura (Melander). 

Me. — Mt. Katahdin (Melander). 

Mass. — Woods Hole (Melander). 

Microphoms Macquart. 
M. atratus Coquillett. 

Me. — ^Mt. Desert, June 10-July 19. N. H. — Glen House, June 
11; Jaffrey, June 20. 

M. obscurus Coquillett. 

N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 



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Cyrtoma Meig^L 
C. femorata Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts.; Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloason). 
Mass. — ^Boston, Aug. 13; Manomet, July 17. 

C. halteralis Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Sloaaan). Vt. — Lyndon {M dander). 
Mass. — ^Boston {Mdander) ; Aubumdale. 

C. longipes Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Sloaaon) ; Jaflfrey, June 22. 
Mass. — Woods Hole (Melander) ; Aubumdale, July 13. R. I. — 
Cumberland, July 3. 

C. pilipes Loew. 

Me.— 3, 4, 6, 7, 10. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16, 18. July 8- 

Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 31. R. I.— 33. June 28-July 6. 

C. spuria Fallen. 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole (Melander). 

Rhamphomyia Meigrau 

R. amplipedis Coquillett. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 13-20. 

Mass. — ^New Bedford (Hough) ; Rutland, June 5. 

R. angustipennis Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia and Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloaaan). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, May 14. Conn. — Meriden, June 3. 

R. americana Wiedemann. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, Jime 24. N. H. — Hampton, June 8 
(Shaw). 

R. aperta Loew. 

Me. — ^Waterville, May 11 (Hitchings). 

Mass. — ^Wellesley, April 13 (Morse). Conn. — South Meriden, 
Apr. 15 (H. L. Johnson). 

R. arcuata Coquillett. 
Me.— Mt. Desert, Sept. 8. 
Mass. — . 

R. avida Coquillett. 

M^.— Waterville, May 1. N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 15-29. 

Mass. — . 

R. hasalis Ijoew 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 9.* N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 18. June 8-July 12. 

Mass.— 23. June 27. 



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R. brevis Loew. 

Me. — ^Waterville, May (Hitchings). N. H. — Hampton, May 12 

(Shaw). 
Mass.— Essex, May 9 (FvUer); Wellesley, Apr. 26 {Morse). 

Conn.— New Haven, May 7-12 (Viereck). 

R. candicans Loew. 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 5- 

July 26. 
Mass.— 23. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 14. 

R. ciliata Coquillett. 
. N. H.— ''New Hampshire." 

R. clauda Coquillett. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

R. compta Coquillett. 

N. H. — ^Hampton, Jime 8-16. 

Mass. — ^New Bedford. 

R. debilis Loew. 

Me. — ^Mt. Desert, July 16. N. H. — ^Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); 
Mt. Washington, 40(30 ft., July 4; Glen House, June 12; Hamp- 
ton {Shaw). 

R. dimidiata Loew. 

N. H. — White Mts.; Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — . 

R. effera Coquillett. 

Mass. — . R. I. — ^Kingston, Apr. 29 {Barlow). 

R. ezigua Loew. 

Mass. — ^New Bedford. 

R. ezpulsa Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

R. fumosa Loew. 
Conn. — . 

R. glabra Loew. 

Conn. — New Haven, June 16 {B. H. Walden). 

R. gilvipes Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 15-July 12. N. H.— Mt. Washington 

{Mrs. Slosson). 
Conn. — Poquonock, May 22. 

R. gracilis Loew. 

Me.— 1,2,8. N.H.— 11, 15. July 26-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Aug. 5-Sept. 6. 

R. hirtipes Loew. 
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R. impedita Loew. 

R. I. — Kingston, May 5. 

R. irregularis Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. May 25^June 26. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 9-Jime 16. 

R. liturata Loew. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, June 8. N. H.-r— Glen House, June 11. 

Mass.— Chester, May 26; Aubumdale, May 22. 

R. longicauda Loew. 

Mass. — ^Bashbish Falls, June 27. Conn. — ^Middletown, June 
17; South Meriden, June 30. 

R. longipennis Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

R. luctif era Loew. 

N. H. — Hampton, June 8 (Shaw). 

R. luteiventris Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 8-27. N. H.— White Mts. ; Glen House, 

June 18 
Mass. — Essex Co. (Morse) . R. I. — ^Apponaug, June 22. Conn. — 

Branford, June 8. 

R. macilenta Loew. 

Me. — . N. H. — White Mts.; Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

R. manca Coquillett. 

Me.— 7, 8. July 12-21. 

Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-July 4. 

R. minytus Walker. 

N. H. — ^Jaffrey, June 4; Glen House, June 11. 
Mass. — ^Wellesley, May 18 (Morse); Franklin, May 30 (Barber). 
R. I.— Kingston, May 16-19 (Barlow). 

R. mutabilis Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 16-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 26-July 2. 

R. nana Loew. 

N. H. — Hampton, May 14 (Shaw). 

Conn. — ^Middletown, June 17; New Haven, July 4. 

R. nigricans Loew. 

Me.— Waterville, May 11 (Hitching s). N. H.— White Mts.; 
Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

R parva Coquillett. 

Mass. — . 

R. phemius Walker. 
Mass. — Chester, May 28. 



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r. H itiiT^ l.sut'r fSampx^MMTll skmm . 

Ml*.. MM^^^. Ajsc- 1*^21' X.H.— Wi^te^It».;Mt.W•alh 
K. I. /:*jm^>#;rl«ia, July 3. Coonf.— Staffonl, Ans. 24. 

N'. f f . Mi. Wflnfainfton rifry. .SZomm). 

B^ iocctto Ixi«w. 

MajW/ New Bedford. 

B. sordidA I>iefr, 

K. r KifJKKUiH, May 21 (Boriw). 

B« toTM OK|uilleit* 

M r. M t , I )i«Hfrt, June 24. N. B.—*'New Hampshire'*; Hamp- 
ton, May 17 (Shaw). 

B. umbUlcAtt Ix>cw. 

M«. Orr'H Ulf July 21. N. H.— Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mam. Dmlham, Hopt. 4; Petereham, Sept. 3 (G. C. TTAeefer). 
(!()NN. Hoar Mt., Aug. 22. 

B. umbroiA T/>«w. 

Ml'). 8, N. II.- -11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 10-July 9. 

MAhh. 23. June 16. 

B. vain ('Onuillott. 

NUj. liar llarbor, June 7. N. B.—**New Hampshire''; Hamp- 
ton. May 10 (Shaw). 

R. vara I^)ow, 

M w. %Mo\i< hwtv^t Harbor, June 20-25. 

Mahh, Wukoliold, May 18 {Barber); Essex Co. {Morse). 



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R. virgata Coquillett. 
Me.— -Southwest Harbor, June 21. 

Mass. — ^Blue Hfll, Milton, May 30; Aubumdale, May 22; Dan- 
vers, June 5. 

LONCHOPTERIDAE. 

Lonchopteni Mdgen. 

L. furcata Fallen (L. ItUea of authors, not Panzer). 

Me.— 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 22. June 30-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 9-Nov. 11. 

L. furcata var. lacustria Meigen. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. July 13-Aug. 1. 

Mass.- 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 32. Conn.— 35. May 15-Nov. 4. 

Phobidae. 

Trapheoneura Malloch, 0^27. 

T. fratercttla (Brues). 

N. H. — ^Hampton, Mar. 25 and Dec. 13 (Shaw). 

T. microcephala Loew. 

Me. — ^Woodland, Dec. 1, 1917, on snow (0. 0. Nylander). See 
Brues, 24-92. 

T. subfusca Malloch, 12-422. 

Ma&b.— Cambridge, Apr. 4, 1870; Fall River, Mar. 27, 1905 
{N. S. Easton). 

T. pachyneura Loew. 

Mass. — ^Boston, Apr. 27, 1923. 

T. vitrinervis Malloch, 12-119. 

N. B.—''WhiU JIfte." (Morrison), U. S. Nat. Mus. 

Chaetonenrophora Malloch, 12-422. 

C* aureiventris Brues, 13-90. 
N. B..— Hampton, May 16, 1906 (Shaw). 

Mass.— Aubumdale (''Riverside''), May 20, 1905. R. I.— 
Kingston, May 7, 1905 (Barlow). 

C. curvinervis (Becker), 01-33. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 13. N. H.— Hampton, May 5, 1907 
(Shaw). 

C. luggeri (Aldrich). 
N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — ^New Bedford (Hough). R. I. — Kingston, May (Bar- 
law). Conn.— Georgetown, Aug. 23, 1910. 

C. spinipes (Coquillett). 

N. H. — Hampton, Apr. 7 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Boston, Forest Hills, Apr. 7 (Reiff). Conn. — Hartford. 



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C. thcnracica (Meigen). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slossan). 

Paraspin^orA Malloch, 12-425. 

P. multiseriata (Aldrich). 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 6, 1911; Sharon, Aug. 3, 1909. Conn.— 
Branford, Aug. 22, 1904 {Winkley). 

P. slossonae Malloch, 12-428. 

N. H. — Ml Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

P. spinosissima Strobl. 
Mass.— Chester, May 26, 1912. 

D<^inii^orA DahL 

D. concinna (Meigen) {Phora cimbicis Aldrich; P. nitidifrans 
Brues). 

Me.— 1. Vt.— 19. Aug. 17-27. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. July 9-Oct. 16. 

D. yenusta (Coquillett). 

Ma&b.— Boston, Sept., 1868 (U. S. Nat. Mus.) ; Brookline, July 20. 

Hypocera Li^y. 
H. clavata Loew. 

Me.— 3, 9. N. H.— 15. Apr. ;4-Aug. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Apr. 3-Aug. 2. 

H. ehrmanni Aldrich. 

N. H.— Hampton, Apr. J«, 1912 {Shaw). 

H. fem(Nrata (Meigen). 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 8-Aug. 11. 

MAss.r-26, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. May 30-Aug. 2. 

H. johnsoni Brues. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 9 {Bryant). 

H. flavimana (Meigen). 

Mass. — ^Hyannisport, July 4, 1904. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 
20, 1912. 

Beckerina Malloch, 10-90. 

B. orphnephiloides Malloch, 12-441. 
Mass.— Mt. Tom, Sept. 22. 

Phalacrotophora Enderlein, 12-21. 

P. longifrons Brues. 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, June 12, 1912. 

P. epeirae (Brues). 

Me.— Princeton, July 12; Mt. Desert, July 12. N. H.— Mi 

Washington. Vt. — ^Burlington, June 19. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, July 11. Conn. — Rowayton, Jime 16. 



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Platyphora Verrall. 
P. eurynota Bnies, 14r-77. 
Mass.— Forest Hills, Boston, May 30, 1910 (Mrs. C. T. Braes). 

MegAselida Rondani, 1856 {Aphiochtuia Brues, 1904). 
M. anomala (Malloch), 12^84. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slossan). 

M. agarici (Lintner). 

Mass. — ^Newton, Sept. 8, 1910. Bred from mushrooms. 

M. approximata Malloch, 12^83. 
Conn. — New Haven, Nov. 4 {Viereck). 

M. atlantica (Brues). 
Mass. — Woods Hole. 

M. cata (Melander and Brues). 
Mass. — Woods Hole. 

M. cayemicola (Brues). 
Mass.— Chester, May 28, 1912. 

M. ciliata (Zetterstedt). 

Me.— Bar Harbor, July 12, 1921. 

Mass.— Chester, May 26. 

M. difficilis (Malloch). 

Mass. — Beverly, June-Aug. {Burgess). 

M. dyari Malloch, 12-^84. 

R. I.— Kingston, June 19, 1907 (Barlow). 

M. franconiensis (Malloch), 12-479. 

N. H. — ^Franconia; Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

M. inaequalis Malloch, 12-464. 
N. H. — ^Hanover, July 6. 

M. minor (Zetterstedt) (P. mintUa Aldrich). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington. 

Mass.— New Bedford (Hough); Somerset, July 14 (N. S. ffaston). 

M. nigriceps (Loew). 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. May 6-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 23-Sept. 8. 

M. picta (Lehmann). 

N. H.— White Mts. 

Mass. — Great Barrington, Jime 16. 

M. projecta Becker. 

N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison); Hanover, July 5, 1908 (Shaw). 

Mass.— Brookline, June 28. 

M. pleuralis Wood, 09-117 and 146 (see Brues, 18-191). 
Mass.- Milton; New Bedford (Hough). 



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M. pygmaea (Zetterstedt)? 

Mb.— Mt. Desert, July 31 {McAtee). 

M. pulicaria (Fallen). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 31 {McAtee). 

Mass. — . 

M. rostrata (Melander and Brues). 

Mass. — Woods Hole. About the burrows of Halidus pruinosus. 

M. ruficomis (Meigen). 
N. H. — Franconia. 

M. rufipes Meigen. 

Mb.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 19. Apr. 17-Oct. 22. 

Mass.- 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 20-Sept. 28. 

M. straminipes (Malloch), 12-474. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 22. 
Mass. — Chester, July 25-Aug. 7. 

M. suUutea (Malloch), 12^68. 
N. H. — ^Franconia. 

M. subobscurata Malloch, 12-485. 
N. H. — Mt. Washington. 

M. vulgata (MaUoch), 12-483. 

Me.— Af^. Katahdin, 5215 ft., Aug. 19, 1902. N. R.— Hampton 

{Shaw). 
Mass. — Boston, July 31. 

Apocephalus Coquillett. 

A. borealis Brues, 24-41. 

Mb.— Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 17, 1923. 

Oynmophora Macquart. 

G. quartomollis Schmitz {0. arcuata of authors, not Meigen). 
Me.— 7,8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 20, 22. June 24-July 17. 
Mass.t-29. Conn.— 35. June 12. 

Phora Latreille. 
P. aterrima (Fabricius). 

Mb.— 3, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 20. July 7-Aug. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 2-Aug. 

10. 
P. yelutina (Meigen). 
Me.— 7, 8. Aug. 17-Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 23, 32. May 31-Aug. 8. 

Coniceni Meigen. 
C. atra Meigen. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12. July 6-31. 
Mass.- 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 18-July 28. 



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PuUdphoni Dahl. 

P. glacialis Malloch, 12-507 (see Brues, 24-44). 
Mass. — Tyngshoro, " active on the ice, Jan. 1874" (F. Blanchard) ; 
Framin^m, Mar. 3, 1923 (Frost). 

P. occidentalis Melander and Brues. 

Mass. — Woods Hole. About the burrows of Halictus. 

Plattpezidab. 

Agatliomjia VerralL 
A. notata (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12. July 5-30. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Aug. 5-Sept. 8. 

A. talpola (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N.H.— 11, 14. June 8-July 29. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 2&-June 15. 

A. polchella (Johnson), 08-58. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18, 19, 20, 22. June 27-Aug. 30. 

Mass.— 23, 28. May 31-Aug. 7. 

A. fulva (Johnson), 08-59. 

Mb. — Capens, July 19, 1907. N. H. — Mt. Washington, carriage 
road, 3000 ft., July 21, 1915. 

A« cushmani Johnson, 16-30. 

N. B..—Mt. Passaconaway, 3800 ft., Sept. 12, 1912 {Cushman). 
Vt.— Bolton Mt., 2500 ft., Aug. 30 (Bryant). 

A. dubia Johnson, 16-28. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4, 1911. 

A vanduzeei Johnson, 16-29. 

Me.— Liberty, Sept. 9, 1917 (Cushman). Vt.— Killington Peak, 
Aug. 28, 1919. 

A. perpleza Johnson, 16-29. 

Vt.— Base of Killington Peak, Aug. 27, 1919. 

A. obscura (Johnson), 16-30. 

Mass. — Hammond^s Pond, near Brookline, Sept. 25, 1913. 

A brooks! Johnson, 23-57. 

Mass.— Afanomet, May 31, 1919 (W. S. Brooks). 

A monticola Johnson, 23-57. 

N. R.—Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 24, 1915. 

A divergens (Loew). 

N. H.— Mt. Monadnock, June 22, 1917; Jaflfrey, June 15, 1923. 

CalUmyia Mdgen. 

C. proxima Johnson, 16-32. 

N. K.—Mt. Washington, 3000 ft., July 16, 1915. 



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C. yelutina Johnaon, 16-32. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 27-July 16. N. K.—Mt. WashingUm, 

base to 3500 ft., June 14-July 28; Jaflfrey, June 22. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5. 

C. yenusta Snow. 

Me.— Eastport, July 14, 1909. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 3000 
ft., July 16; Glen House, July 25, 1922 (Cushman). 

PUitypeia Meigen. 

P. anthrax Loew (P. eUmgata Banks, 15-215). 

Mb.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. Aug.l2-Sept 

16. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 28. Aug. 27-Oct. 7. 

P. banksi Johnson, 23-53. 
YT.—KiUington Peak, Aug. 28. 

Mass. — Forest Hills, Oct. 5; Brookline, Aug. 31, and Aubumdak, 
Sept. 13. 

P* flavicomis Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Brookline, Aubumdale and Chester. Aug. 13-Sept. 24. 

P. minorata Banks, 15-214. 

Mass. — Newton, Sept. 17-20, bred from Agaricus campe^rU; 
Framingham, Oct. 2 (Frost). 

P. infumata Haliday. 

N. H.— Mt. Washmgton, 2500 ft., and "Glen," July 15-28; 

Hampton, May 15 (Shaw). 
MASS.---Che8ter; Waltham and Norwood, May 24- Aug. 6. 

R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 18. 

P. obscura Loew. 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. taeniata Snow. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 19. Aug. 2&-Sept. 16. 

Mass.— 23, 26, .27, 32. Conn.— 34. Aug. 6-Oct. 12. 

P veliitina Iioew 

Mb.— 7, 8. N.H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 6- 

Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 28-Sept. 18. 

P. pallipes Loew, 9 (Calotarsa omatipes Townsend, c?*). 
Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. Aug. 25-Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 27. Sept. 1-Sept. 24. 

Platypezoides Johnson. 

P. diversa Johnson, 23-56. 

Me.— fiar Harbor, Sept. 11. N. H.—Mt. Washington (Mrs. 
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Microsania Zetterstedt. 

M. stigmaticalis Zetterstedt (see Melander, 22-46) {Platycne- 

ma imperfecta Loew). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 31 {W. A. McAtee); Mt. Katahdin, 

July 31 (Blake). N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — ^Boston, Apr. 23- Aug. 13, on windows; Manomet, July 

17 (Cuehman). 

PlPUNCULIDAE. 

Chalams Walker, 
C. spurius (Fallen). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 20. June l^Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 25. Jime 1-Sept. 24. 

Verrallla Mik. 
y. pilosa Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 12. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. May 24-July 10. 

Nephrocenis Zetterstedt. 
N. daeckei Johnson. 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

N. slossonae Johnson, 15-55. 

N. H. — ML Washington (Mrs. Slosson); Base Station^ July 4 

(C. A. Frost); Bretton Woods, June 25-28; Mt. Monadnock, 

June 20. 

Piptmculiss LatreOle. 

P. affinis Cresson, 11-283. 

Vt. — Burlington^ June; St. Johnsbury, June. 

Mass. — BamstabU, July. 

P. dubius Cresson, 11-284. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. Vt.— 16. June 24-July 25. 

R. I.— 33. July 21-Aug. 2. 

P. nigripes Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. July 1. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 32. June 27-July 30. 

P. semifasciatus Cresson, 11-288. 

N. H. — Hanover J July 4; Hampton, June 15. 

Mass. — ^Mt. Tom, July 14; Sharon, July 7. 

P. aequus Cresson, 11-292. 

N. H. — ^Hampton, July 25. Vt. — Manchester, June 8. 

Mass. — Hyannisport, July 4; Aubumdale, June 17; North 
Adams, Jime 2Q. 

P. minor Cresson, 11-293. 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 27-Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 27, 32. Conn.— 35. June 12-Aug. 6. 



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P. atlanticus Hough. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12, 14, 15. June7-July5. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 39, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-July 23. 

P. appendicttlatus Cresson, 11-296. 

Vt. — Manchester, June 6; ML Equinox, June. 

Mass.— Wellfleet, Aug. 18. 

p. mainensid Cresson, 11-298. 
Mb.— F/. Kent, Aug. 17. 

P. cingulatus Loew. 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 17, 20. June 21-July 17. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 13-Aug. 23. 

P. fuscus Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 13; North Adams, June 18. 

P. viduus Cresson, 11-301. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, July 19; Oquossoc, July 3. Vt. — BurKngUm, 

June 24. 
Mass. — Washington, Aug. 8. 

P. houghi Kertesz (P.femoratus Cresson, 11-302; 12-454). 

Vt.— 16, 20, 21. June 24-July 11. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. June 11-July 25. 

P. brevis Cresson, 11-303. 
Vt. — Norwich, July 8. 

P. nitidiyentris Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. horvathi Kertesz. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12, 14. June 2a-July 17. 

Mass.— 26, 27. May 22-Sept. 1. 

P. angus Cresson var., 11-305. 
Vt.— 5t. Johnsbury, June. 

P. sororius Cresson, 11-305. 

Me.— 3, 5. Vt.— 19, 20, 22. July 1-Aug. 15. 

R. I.— 33. July 7. 

P. alpinus Cresson, 11-306. 

N. H.— Glen House, June 11; Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

YT.—Mt. Ascutney, 2000 ft., July 11, 1908; Mt. Equinox, 

June 5, 1910. 

P. luteicomis Cresson, 11-307. 

MB.—Machias, July 20, 1907. N. H.— Hampton, June 24 
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P. pallipes Johnson (P. houghi Cresson, not Kertesz, see Cresson, 

11^465). 
Me.— 8. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16. June20-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 11-28. 

P. albofasciatus Hough. . 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 22-July 24. 

Mass.— 27. July 11. 

P. flayomaculatus Hough. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 30 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 6 (Hough); Brookline, May 23; 
Berlin, Aug. 8 (Frost); Gloucester, June 17. 

P. subvirescens Loew. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

P. scoparius Cresson, 11-317. 

ME.—EastpoH, July 15, 1909; Mt. Desert, July 17. N. H.— 

Hampton, Aug. 4 (Shaw). 
Mass. — EdgartouMj June 29; Boston, Aug. 18. R. I. — Tiverton, 

July 31. 

P. appendipes Cresson, 11-319. 
Vt. — Manchester, June 8. 

P. globosus Cresson, 12-453. 

R. I.—Butlonwoods, July 25, 1911. 

P. trichaetus Malloch, 12-296. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. caudatus Cresson, 12-289. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Jime 9-15. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4; Brookline, June 17. 

P. confratemus Banks, 12-285. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, July 16. 

P. similis Hough. 

N. H.— Hampton, May 16 (Shaw). 

R. I. — Buttonwoods, July 25. Conn. — Cheshire, July 8 (Vie- 
reck). 

Strphidae. 

Microdon Meigen. 

M. conflictus Curran, 24-226. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 30, 1919. 

Mass. — Washington, Aug. 8, 1912. Conn. — Scotland, July 25 
(Walden). 

M. globosus Fabricius (M. fuscipennis of authors, not Mac- 
quart). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 7-July 3. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 8-June 14. 



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M. manitobensis Curran, 24-227. . , ^ .^, 

Me.— Caperw, July 15, 1907; SoiUhwest Harbor, July 22, 1921; 
Oquo88oc, July 2, 1922. 

M. megalogaster Snow. . 

M^^^ —Great Barrington, June 16. Conn.— Danen, June 12. 

M. ocellaris Curran, 24-227. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 9. N. H.— Jaffrey, June 20, 1923. 

Ua&b.— Newton, May; Framingham, May 12, 1910 {Fro^). 

Conn.— Lyme, from pupa, May 26, 1911 {Champlairi)] Danen, 

June 12, 1915. 

M. pscudoglobosus Curran, 2Ar-2f2&. 

Vt.— Chittenden, Aug. 15, 1916 (J. Bequaeri). 

M. tristis Loew. 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 8-June 27. 

M^^ _23, 27. Conn.— 35. May 29-June 22. 

M. ruficras Williston (see Knab, 19-135). 

N. H.— 11, 14. June 16^21. , ^ , «o 

Mass.- 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 3-June 28. 

M. cothumatus Bigot. , . , . ^ 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 20. N. H.— Mt. Washmgton, July 6. 
Mass.- West Chop, July 4 {Morse). 

Chrysotoziiin Meigen. 

C. derivatum Walker. « ,^^/. /^ l n 

Me.— Penobscot Co. (Sec. 2, Range 7), Aug. 2, 1910 {Cushman). 
M^^._Sherbom, Aug. 24, 1912 {Frost). 

C. fasciolatum De Geer. .. , i o^ 

Me.— 2,4, 5,8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 11-July 24. 
Mass.- 23. June 15. 

C. laterale Loew. 

Me. — . Conn. — New Haven, June 11. 

C, pubescens Loew (C. luteopilosum Curran, 24-36). 

mLb.— North Saugus, Aug. 3, 1911 (TotAiK) ; FramtTH/Aam, Aug. 

11, 16 (Frost); Boston; Aubumdale, Aug. 28 and Sept. m^ 

1906; Gloucester, July 8, 1918. 

C. pcrplexum Johnson, 24r-99. .^ a * lo 

MeI^. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. Aug. 16-Sept. 12. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 34. Aug. 6-Sept. 8. 

C. plumeum Johnson, 24-99. , v ^ a lu 

Mass.— Montgomery, May 27, 1899 (Dimmock). CoNN.-South 
Norwfiik, Aug. 4, 1908. 

Mixogaster Macquart. 

M. breviventris Kahl. ,« ^ r> » x 

Conn.— Wallingford, Sept. 1, 1923 (S. W. Bromky). 



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Chrysogaster Mdgen. 
C. nigripes Loew. 
Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 5- 

July 21. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 

29-JuIy 4. 

C. nitida Wiedemann. 

Mass.— Fall River, July 26 {Easton); Woods Hole, July 24, 

1905; Nantucket, Aug. 8. R. I. — Button woods, July 24. 

Conn. — ^Winnipauk, Aug. 4. 

C. pictipennis Loew. 
Vt.— 6. June 24. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 4- 
Aug. 5. 

C. pulchella Williston. 

Me.— 1, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 21. June 12- 

Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

May 24-Aug. 11. 

Pi^za Fallen. 
P. femoralis Loew. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 17-June 18. 
Mass.— 23, 24. Conn.— 35. May 7-June 14. 

P. femoralis var. albipHosa Williston. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 14. June 1-Aug. 8. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 34, May 26-July 25. 

P. quadrimaculata (Panzer). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 10-July 14. 

Mass.— 23 {ML Greylock), June 16, 1906. 

P. nigropilosa Williston. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 17-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 25. Conn.— 36. May 14r-June 14. 

P. nigrotibiata Curran, 24-81. 

N. U.—Jaffrey, June 17, 1917; Alstead, Aug. 8, 1914 {A. P. 

Morse). 
Maqs.— Chester, Aug. 6, 1914. 

P. puella Williston. 

N. n.— White Mts.y Aug. 1 {Williston). 

Pipizella Rondani. 

P. apisaon (Walker) {Pipiza modesta Loew, 9 ; P. nigribarbia 
Loew, (^ ; and P. piUcheUa Williston; see Curran, 24-342). 

Me.— 6, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18. June 27-July 24. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 20- 
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P. pobetcens fLoew). 

ME.--4, 6, 7, 8. X. H.— . Vt.— 18, 21. Jone 5-July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 28, 27, 28, 29. June 1-Bcpt. 1. 

P. recedens (Walker) (Pipiza fraudttlenta Loew). 

Me. — Mt. Deaert, June 15-JiJy 15. N. H. — Glen House, June 

14. Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5. 
Mass. — ^Waltham. 

HerincU BondanL 

H. salax Loew (P. radicum Wabh and Rfley; P. piHica Williston). 
Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. June 9-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 23- 
Aug. 24. 

Cncmodon ^jgget, 
C. calcarata Loew. 

Mb.— 9, 10. N. H.— 15. June 25-July 27. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 29-July 28. 

C. ekmgata Curran, 21-362. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 9, 17, 1921-22. 

C. pisticoides Williston. 

Me.— 4, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 7-Aug. 1. 

Mass.- 27. July 4. 

C. squamulae Quran, 21-361. 
Mass.— Weston, July 23, 1911. 

C. trochanterata Malloch, 18-127. 
Mass.— Cohasset, May 29, 1904 (Bryant). 

PgQota Meigen. 
?P. buccata Macquart. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole. 

Paragos Latreille. 
P. angustifrons Loew. 

Me.— 7,8, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. June-Aug. 18. 
Mass.- 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 
27-Sept. 9. 

P. bicolor Fabricius. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 11. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
May 25-Sept. 21. 

P. tibialis Fallen. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. June 6-July 22. 
Mass.- 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
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Cldlosk Meiien. 

C. hiawatha Shannon, 22-138. 

Mass — Forest Hills, Boston {J. Bequaert). 

C. lasiophfhalma Williston. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

C. orilliaensis Curran, 22-67 (C. pettdca of Mrs. Slosson's Mt. 

Washington list). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, June 21. N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 8- 

16; "Glen House," June 14r-July 14; Jaffrey, June 18. 

C. pontiaca Shannon, 22-142. 

Mb.— Machias, July 17, 1909. N. R.—Mt. Washington, Halfway 
House, July 6, 1916. 

Cartosyrphtu Bigot. 
Subgenus Hiatomj^ Bhaamon. 

C. c]ranescens Loew. 

Mb. — Oquossoc, July 3. N. H. — ^White Mts.; Franconia. 

Mass. — Chester, July 25. Conn. — . 

Subgenus Cartosyrphas Bigot. 

C. pallipes Loew. 

Me.— 5, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 21. June 21- 

July 30. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. July 5- 

Sept. 21. 

C tristis Loew 

Me.— 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 13-Sept. 6. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 11-Sept. 21. 

C. sialia Shannon, 22-132. 

N. H.— "Glen House," July 7, 1914. 

C. similis Shannon, 16-196. 

Mass. — ^Near Ellis Station, Norwood, Sept. 4, 1908. 

C. slossonae Shannon, 22-144. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 10, 1921. N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 18- 

May 9 (Shaw). 
Mass.— Sherbom, May 2, 1919 (E. J. Smith)) Essex Co. (F. H. 

Walker). 

Cynorhinella Curran, 22-14. 

C. longinasus Shannon, 24-123. 
N. B,.— Jaffrey, June 6, 1920. 

Chalcomyia Williston. 
C. aerea Loew. 

Mass. — Sherbom, May 18 {E. J. Smith); Aubumdale, May 26, 
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C. cyanea H. E. Smith, 12-119 (C. calcUrans Curran). 
N. B..—Franconia {Mrs. Slosaon); Belmont, May 16, 1920 (C. 
Hoeasler). 

Myiolepta Newman. 

M. nigra Loew^ {Xylota tuberans Williston). 

N. H.— Jafifrey, June 18, 1917; Squam Lake, June 22 {AUen), 

Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5. 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 18, 1912. Conn. — Wallingford, 

June 22. 

M. varipes Loew. 

N. H.— Jafifrey, June 18, 1917. 

Ferdiiuuidea Rondani {Ckrysochkmy9 Rondani). 

¥. dives Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Jafifrey, June 9-30. 

Mass. — Amherst; Arlington, May 20. Conn. — New Haven, 

May 9, 1905. 

Larva lives in fermented sap from maple and birch stumps. 

F. nigripes Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Mt. Washmgton C Alpine Garden"), Aug. 16, 1916; 

Halfway House, July 16. 
Mass. — . 

Baccha Fabriciua. 
B. cognata Loew. 

Me.— 7,8,10. N.H.— 11, 12,14,15. Vt.— 19. June-Aug.25. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 34. Jime 19-Aug. 21. 

B. fascq>emiis Wiedemann. 

Me.— 2 (Houlton). N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20. June 28-Aug. 

24. 

Mass.— 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. July 1-Aug. 19. 

B. tarchetius Walker. 

Conn.— Litchfield, Sept. 12, 21, 1922 (L. B.Woodruff)- 

Ocyptamtu Macquart. 
O. fuscipennis (Say). 
N. H.— 15. Aug. 10. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-July 31. 

Pyrophaena Schiner. 

P. granditarsus (Forster). 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18, 19, 20. June 10- 

Sept. 6. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 34. May 29-Sept. 4. 

P. rosarum (Fabricius). 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 16. July 15-29. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. July 3-Aug. 2. 



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PUtychlnis St. Fargeau et Serville. 

P. albimanus (Fabricius). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

P. chaetopodus Williston. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert, Jime 8; Ft. Kent, July 6; Van Buren, 

July 7. N. H. — ^Mt. Washington, July 8; Jaffrey, June 7. 
Mass. — North Saugus, Aug. 11. 

P. hyperboreus (Staeger). 

Me.-^, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. June 1-July 24. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. May 16-Aug. 20. 

P. peltatus (Meigen). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. July 2-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 13. 

P. quadratus (Say). 

Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 20. May 28-Aug. 7. 

Mass.- 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
1*-Sept. 2. 

P. perpallidus Verrall. 

Me.— 1, 2, 6, 8. N. H.— . June 13-Aug. 3. 

Mass.— 26. Aug. 29. 

P. scutatus Meigen. 

Me. — Orono, about Spiraea infested with Aphis spercacola (Met- 
calf, 17-163). 

P. immarginatus Zetterstedt. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 25 {Metcalf). 

P. discimanus Loew. 

Me. — . 

P. angustatus Zetterstedt. 
Mb. — . 

P. varipes Curran, 23-65. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17, 1910. 

Melanostoma Schiner. 
M. angustatum Williston. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 14. N. H. — Mt. Washington. Vt. — 
Mt. Equinox. 

M. montivagum Johnson, 16-78. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 3000 to 4000 ft., and near the Glen 
House, July 6, 1914. 

M. mellinum (Linn^). 

Me.— 4, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. May 21- 

Aug. 31. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

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M. obsctinim (Say). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 17, 19. June &-Aug. 7. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-Oct. 19. 

M. confusum Curran. 

Me. — Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 11 (7. H. Blake)) Southwest Harbor, 

June 16; Eastport, July 15. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 

ft., July 16. Vt.— KiUington Peak, Aug. 28. 

Leucozona Schiner. 

L. lucorum var. americana Ciuran, 23-38. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 9, 1920; Bailey Isl., July 18 (ACen). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft.; Mt. Kearsarge, 3270 ft., 

July 2. 

Didea Macquart. 

D. fasciata var. fuscipes Loew. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 12-19. 

Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 20-Sept. 25. 

Syrphus Fabridus. 
S. arcuatus Fallen. 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 17. June 21-Sept. 13. 
Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 34, 35. July 13-Oct. 16. 

S. perplexus Osburn, 10-55. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 20-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. May 5-Oct. 16. 

S. johnsoni Curran, 24-79. 

N. B.—Jaffrey, June 15-18, 1917. 

S. vinelandi Curran. 

Mass.— Winchester, Aug. 20, 1922. R. I.— Kingston, May 9, 
190S (Barlow). 

S. disjectus Williston. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 22-Sept. 3. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. May-Sept. 1. 

S. nitens Zetterstedt. 

Me. — Orono, July 23-July 11, larvae feeding on the "willow 

grove plant-louse," Pterocomma flocculosa Weed (Metcalf , 16- 

242); "Narrows," Mt. Desert, Aug. 13. 

S. wiedemanni Johnson, 19-32 (S. americaniLS Wiedemann, 

1830, not Swederus, 1787). 
Me.— 3, 4, 8, 10. N.H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 20, 21. June 9- 

Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 27, 29, 31, 32. R. I. — 33. Conn.— 35. June 24- 

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S. latifasciatus Macquart {S. abbreviatiis Williston). 
N. H.— 16. May 13. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
Apr. 23-Sept. 20. 

S. knabi Shannon, 16-200. 
Mb.— Orono. 

S. ribesii linn^. 

Mb.— 4,6,7,8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 16. Vt— 19,21. June 16- 

Sept. 19. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 36. May 26-Sept. 

22. 

S. ribesii var. vittafrons Shannon, 16-202. 
Me.— 4,8. N. H.— 14. June 8-July 16. 
Mass.— 27, 32. Conn.— 34. July 14-Sept. 19. 

S. rectus Osten Sacken. 

Mb.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 2-Aug. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 31. Conn.— 34. June 13-Oct. 4. 

S. torTUS Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 3, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 17. Apr. 10- 

Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. May 19- 

Oct. 16. 

S. vitripennis Meigen. 

Me.-^, 7, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt — 17. June 18-July 25. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 31. Conn.— 34. Apr. 22-Aug. 5. 

S. laza (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 3, 4, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 21-Sept. 13. 

Mass.— 27. June 12. 

S. amalopis Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 20-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. May 5-Sept. 7. 

S. laticaudus Curran. 

Mb.— Orono, June 4 (Parshley). N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 

ft., July 6; Glen House, July 7; Mt. Monadnock, July 12. 
Mass.— Chester, May 28, 1912. 

S. limatus Hine. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 13, 1921. 

S. venustus Meigen. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 9. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 5000 ft.; 
Mt. Kearsarge, 3270 ft., July 2 (Morse); Jafifrey, June 4. 

S. emarginatus (Say). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. 



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S. divisa (Williston). 

Me.— Orono, Aug. 25. N. H.— White Mte., July 25. 

S. felix (Osten Sacken). 

Me.— 8. July 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 31. Conn.— 34. June 4r-Aug. 25. 

Epistroi^e Walker, 1852 (Stenoayrphua Matsumura). 
E. grossulariae Meigen. 

Me.— 4,8,9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17. June-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. Aug. 3-Aug. 21. 

E. zanthostomus Williston. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, July 19. N. H. — Glen House, June 14; 

Jaffrey, June 18. 
Mass.— Sharon, May 26, 1908. Conn. — South Meriden, May 

25, 1914 {H. L, Johnson); Darien, May 24. 

E. contumax Osten Sacken. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000-5000 ft., June 30-July 4. 

E. diversipes Macquart. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19, 21. June 4-July 25. 

Mass.— 27. Aug. 9. 

E. abruptus Curran, 24-80. 

N. K.—Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., June 13, 1916. 

E. umbellatorum (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18. June 11-Sept. 25. 

Mass.- 23. Conn.— 34. Aug. 13-Sept. 1. 

E. geniculatus (Macquart). 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 11-July 13. N. H. — Mt. Washington, 
July 6-20. 

E. fisheri (Walton). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 25-Aug. 22. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28. Conn.— 34. May 30-Sept. 18. 

E. mentalis (Williston). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. May 5-July 7. 

Mass.— 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 13-Sept. 10. 

E. vitifacies (Curran), 23-66. 

N. R.—HampUm, Apr. 14, 1905 {Shaw). 

E. genualis (Williston). 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. May 3-July 14. 

Mass.— 25. Conn.— 35. May 10. 

E. articus (Zetterstedt). 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Sept. 11. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., 

July 8; Base Station, Aug. 15; Jaffrey, May 5. 
E. oronoensis (Metcalf), 17-162. 
Me.— Orono {Metcalf) ; Bar Harbor, July 19. N. H. — Hampton, 

Aug. 30 {Shaw). Vt. — Burlington, June 24. 
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IE. zylotoides Johnson, 1&-S0. 

N. H.— Jaflfrey, June 18. 

Mass. — Great Barrington, June 16; Amherst; Di^ton, June 28 

(EaaUm); Tyngsboro, June 6 (FaU). Conn. — Washington, 

June 14 {ChanAerlain). 

Xantfaogrammm Schiner. 
X. flavipes Loew. 
N. H.— 15. Aug. 23. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 36. June 12-Aug. 10. 

Dorot Meigen. 
D. aequalis Loew. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); Glen House, June 18; Jafifrey, 

June 14. 
Mass. — Princeton, July (L. W. Swett). Conn. — Short Beach, 
May 30, 1896. 

Allograpta Osten Sacken. 
A. obliqua (Say). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 16. July 29-Aug. 8. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 20- 
Oct. 18. 

Toxomenis Macquart {Mesogramma Loew). 

T. geminatus (Say). 

Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19. June 11- 

Oct. 3. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-Oct. 16. 

T. marginatus (Say). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19, 20. July 18-Oct. 15. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
36. May 16-Oct. 19. 

T. politus (Say). 
N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. Aug. 18. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Aug. 28- 
Oct. 16. 

T. boscii Macquart. 
Mass. — . 

Sphaerophoria St. Fargeau et Serville. 

S. c]dindrica (Say). 

Mass.- 23, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 9-Oct. 1. 

S. menthastri (Linn^). 

Me.— 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 19, 20, 21. 

June 4-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31. R. I.— 33. May 14- 

Aug. 25. 



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S. novaean^^e Johnson, 16-76. 

Mb.— 4, 6, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. June 25-July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 26-July 24. 

S. strigata Staeger. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., June 16, 1916; Hampton, 
May 20, 1907 (Shaw). 

S. cleoae Metcalf, 17-12. 

Me.— Orono, Aug. 11-24, 1915. 

Mass.— Forest Hills, Boston, May 16, 1920 (L. H. Taylor). 

Sphegina Mdgen. 

S. campanulata Robertson. 

Mb. — Orono, June 8; Machias, July 17. N. H. — Hampton, 

June 25 (Shaw); Jaffrey, June 20. 
Conn. — Branford, May 25 (Winkley). 

S. flavimana Malloch, 22-143. 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 17-Aug. 10. 

Mass. — 23. June 18-Aug. 5. 

S. infuscata Loew. 

Mb.—. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 24-July 6. 

Mass. — 23. June 18. 

S. keeniana Williston. 

Me.—. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 6-28. 

Mass.- 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 22-June 17. 

S. lobata Loew. 

Me. — Capens, July 17. N. H. — Mt. Washington and Glen 
House, Jime 11-July 20; Cornish, July 13; Jaflfrey, June 14. 

S. monticola Malloch, 22-142. 

Me. — Sugar Isl., Moosehead Lake, July 17. N. H. — Mt. Wash- 
ingtan; Glen House, Jime 11-July 20. 

S. petiolata Coquillett, 10-125. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 18-July 17. 

Mass.- 25, 27, 29. July 24-Aug. 4. 

S. rufiventris Loew. 

Me.— 1,4,6,7. N.H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 18-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 29-July 5. 

Neoasia Williston. 
N. distincta Williston. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington; Hampton, May 20. 
Mass. — Beverly, May 8 (E. Burgess). Conn. — South^Meriden, 
May 15 {H. L. Johnson). 

N. globosa Walker. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. May 8-Aug. 11. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 30, 31. Conn.— 35. May 19-Aug. 8. 



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N. globosa var. albipes Bigot. 

Conn. — New Haven, May 26; Darien, June 12; Cheshire, July 8. 

RbiiigiA SoopolL 
R« nasica Say. 
Mb.— 1,4,5,6,8,9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 21. 

June9-July25. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 22- 

Sept. 1. 

Hanunerschmidtia Shummel. 

H. ferruginea Fallen. 

Mb.— 5, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 9-July 3. 

Mass. — ^23 (Great Barrington). 

Bnchyopa Meigen. 

B. perpleza Curran, 22-249. 

N. H.— 11, 14. June 9-July 15. 

Mass.— 26, 27. May 14. 

Common, and breeding in the fermenting sap oozing from 
stumps and trees. 

B. notata Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 5. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 9-July 24. 

Mass.— 27 (Wellesley, A. P. Morse). May 13. 

B. flavescens Shannon, 15-144. 

N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 24; Glen House, June 14; Jaflfrey, 

June 23. 
Mass. — ^Mt. Greylock (summit), June 15. 

B. vacua Osten Sacken. 

Mass. — Cohasset, June 5, 1904 (Bryant) ; North Saugus. 

B. diversa Johnson, 17-361. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 8, 1921. N. U.—Jaffrey, June 18, 1917. 

Volucella Geoffroy. 

V. bombylans var. lateralis Johnson, 16-162. 
Me.— 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 7-July 8. 

V. bombylans var. evecta Walker. 

N.H.— 11. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. Jime 14-July 25. 

V. bombylans var. americana Johnson, 16-162. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 12. June 29-July 24. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 34. June 15-July 14. 

The larvae of this species of Volucella live, in both Europe 
and North America, in the nests of the various species of bmn- 
ble-bees (Bomlma). The American forms are not specifically 
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V. vesiculosa (Fabricius). 
Conn. — . 

V. obesa (Fabricius). 

Mass. — ^Mebose Highlands, Sept. 17, 1908 (Toumsend). 

Condidea CoquHlett. 

C. lata CoquiUett, 07-76. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, June 21, 1922. 

Mass. — North Saugus; Melrose Highlands, May 30; Welleslev, 
June 4 {J. D. TothiU). 

C. sezfasciata (Loew). 

Me.— Southwest Harbor, Mt. Desert, June 16, 1921. N. H.— 
Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Sericomyia Meigen. 

S. bifasciata Williston {S. chalcopyga Coquillett, not Loew, 9). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, June 17-July 12. N. H.— Mt. Washington 

{Dimmock), July 15, 1919 (L. W. SweU); Glen House, June 11; 

Franconia {Mrs. Slossan). 

S. chiysotozoides Macquart. 

Me.— 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20, 21. 

June 5-Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 31. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30-Sept. 23. 

S. militaris Walker. 

Me.— 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. 

June 5-Sept. 16. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35 (New Haven). May 23- 

Sept. 27. 

Eristalis Latreille. 
E. tenaz (Linn^). 
Me.— 1, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 18, 19, 20. 

June-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 

35. June 14-Sept. 26. 

E. nemorum (Linn^). 
Me.— 7, 8. Vt.— 16, 17. 
Conn. — . 

E. inomatus Loew. 

Me.— Saddleback Mt., 4000 ft., July 18 {Metccdf); Capens, July 
11; Oquossoc, July 1. 

E. arbustorum (Linn^). 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. May 

16-Sept. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.-34, 

35. June 15-Oct. 16. 



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E. brousi Williston (E. meigenii of authors, not Wiedemann). 
Mb.— 7, 10. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20. June-July 26. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 30, 32. May 22-Aug. 21. 

E. compactus Walker. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. May 20-Aug. 8. 

Mass.— 25. Conn.— 34. June 29. 

E. dimidiatus Wiedemann. 

Me.— 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. June 12- 

Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 26- 

Oct. 4. 

E. sazorum Wiedemann. 
Mb.--4,8. N.H.— 13, 14. June-July 11. 
Mass.- 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 36. 
May24-Aug.l6. 

E. transversus Wiedemann. 

Me.-^, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 16. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 21. 

June 8-Sept. 28. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 

36. June 27-Oct. 20. 

E. bastardi Macquart. 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 16. Vt.— 19, 20. 

June 12-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 

16-Sept. 20. 

E. flavipes Walker. 

Me.— 2, 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 19, 20. June 18- 

Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 4- 

Aug. 25. 

E. aeneus (Scopoli). 
N. H.— 15. Aug. 14-26. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 23- 
Oct. 19. 

Tropidia Meigen. 
T. calcarata Williston. 

Mass. — ^Arnold Arboretum, Forest Hills, Boston, June 14, 1912 
(Befjf). 

T. quadrata Say. 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20, 21. June 

28-Aug. 12. 
Mass.— 26, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 34, 36. May 30- 

Sept. 1. 



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Helophflns Mdgen. 
H. bilinearis Williston. 
Me. — Orono, June 16 (Parshley). 
Conn.— Branford, May 9, 1905 {Winkley). 

H. lunulatus Meigen. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert, June 13. 

Mass. — Melrose, June 4; Lexington, July 12; Billerica, Aug. 27. 

H. hamatus Loew. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 31. Conn.— 36. May 8-June 29. 

H. conostoma Williston. 
Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 16. May 26-Aug. 12. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 
16-Sept. 1. 

H. chrysostomus Wiedemann. 
N. H.— 11. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 36. May 14- 
Aug. 18. 

H. distinctus Williston. 

Conn. — New Haven (WiUisUm). 

H. integer Loew. 
Me.— 7. July 10. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. CoNN.-n35. 
May 26-Aug. 19. 

H. laetus Loew. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. June 3-July 27. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 4- 
Aug. 11. 

H. porcus Walker. 

Mb. — Orono, June 22; Oquossoc, July 1; Saddleback Mt. (Met- 
calf). 

H. flavifacies Bigot. 

Me.— Monmouth, June 21, 1909 (C. A. Frost). 

H. obscurus L<oew. 

Me.— Saddleback Lake, 2600 ft., July 19, 1916 (Metcalf). 

H. obsoletus Loew. 

Mb. — ^Bar Harbor, Jime 13. 

Mass. — Hopkinton, June 10 (C. A. Frost). 

H. latifrons Loew. 

Me.— 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 19. July 19-Sept. 8. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 34. June 26-Oct. 20. 

H. similis Macquart. 

Me.— 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 16, 19. May 24- 

Sept. 30. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 36. June 16-Oct. 4. 



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H. borealis Staeger (H. glacialts Loew; see Hine, 23-94). 

Mb. — ^Roque Bluff, Aug. 11, 1907 (Cuahman); Mt. Desert, Aug. 

13; Waterville (Hitchings); Isle of Springs, July 5, 1920 (C. E. 

White, Jr.). Yt.— {Harris CoU.). 
Mass. — ^Dorchester, June 1. 

H. borealis var. d]rchei Williston. 
Me.— Capens, July 11-16, 1907. 

H. groenlandicus (O. Fabricius). 

N. H.— Kearsarge Mt., 3270 ft., July 2, 1891 {A. P. Morse). 

MallotA Meigen. 

M. dmbiciformis (Fallen). 

Mb.— 4. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 15-July 25. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 20-July 13. 

M. dmbiciformis var. bautias Walker. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 21. June 16-July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 34. June 18-July 24. 

M. posticata (Fabricius). 

Mb.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 21-July 21. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 31. Conn.--34, 35. May 30-July 14. 

Merodon Meigen. 

M. equestris (Fabricius). The Narcissus Fly. 

Mb.— Bar Harbor, July 25, 1916 {Metcalf), July 19, 1919 

(C. W. J.) 
Mass. — Great Banington, June 16, 1915. 

M. equestris var. narcissi (Fabricius). 

Mass. — ^Blue Hill, Jime 5, 1910; Brookline, May 30; Sherbom, 
June 8. 

M. equestris var. transversalis Meigen. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 18; Salem, May 25. 
The larva lives in the bulbs of narcissus. 

Pofydontomyia WilUston (TriodarUa Williston, 1885, not Bory, 1824). 

P, curvipes (Wiedemann). 

Mb.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 3-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 25- 

Aug. 5. 

In New England this species is confined to the immediate 

sea-coast. 

Tetschocnemis Osten Sacken. 

T. litoratus (Loew). 
N. H.— Hampton, May 21 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Concord; Brookline; Tyngsboro, June 5 (Fall); Natick 
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PteraOastes Loew. 
P. thoracicus Loew. 
Conn. — New Haven, Jxine 8, 1911. 

Syritta St. Fargeau et Serville. 
S. pipiens (Linn^). 
Me.— 1, 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 16. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 

21. June 2-July 30. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 

fr-Aug. 28. 

Eumeros Meigen. 

E. strigatus Fallen. The Lunate Onion-fly. 

Mb.— Bar Harbor, July 25, 1916 {Metcalf). 

Mass. — Brookline, June, 1909; Melrose Highlands, 1914 {Wtb- 
ber); Cambridge, Aug. 6, 1908. Conn.— From bulbs, 1906 
(Chittenden); Colebrook, Aug. 18, 1922 (W. M. Wheeler). 

The larva lives in onions, narcissus and other bulbs. For its 
appearance in America, see Metcalf, 19-170. 

Xylota Meigen. 
X. angustiventris Loew. 
N. H.— White Mts., Aug. 
Conn. — Darien, Jime 10. 

X. anthreas Walker. 
N. H.— . 
Conn. — . 

X. hesperia atlantica Shannon (X. obscura of authors). 
Me.— Capens, July 16; Mt. Desert, July 14-29. N. H.— Fran- 
conia. 

X. ejuncida Say. 

ME.-4, 6, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 

21-July 20. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

May 10-Sept. 1. 

X. ejuncida elongata Williston. 

Me.— <;japens, July 16; Bar Harbor, Jime 7-July 24. 

Conn.— Stafford, Aug. 24 {Britton). 

X. fraudulosa Loew. 
N. H.— White Mts. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4. Conn. — . 

X. confusa Shannon. 

Me.— Princeton, July 12, 1909. 

X. fasciaUs Coquillett, 10-126 (X. nemarvm of authors). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, Glen Hoiise, June 13; Halfway House, 
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X. subfasciata Loew. 

Me. — Capens, July 14. N. H. — ^Bretton Woods, June 24; Glen 
House, July 16. 

X. libo Walker (X. marginalia Williston). 

Me.— Princeton, July 12. N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 16; 
Halfway House, July 6; Glen House, June 14; Franconia. 

X. chalybea Wiedemann. 

Mb.— 9. N. H.— 13, 14. June 19-July 4. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 6-July 4. 

X. curvipes Loew. 

Me.— 3, 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 11-Aug. 1. 

X. vecors Osten Sacken. 

Me.— 4, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 19. June 4-Aug. 1. 

Mass. — 27 (Brookline). June 18. 

X. bicolor Loew. 

Mass. — Concord {Barber)] Melrose Highlands, June 18; Nan- 

tasket, June 17 (C E, Whiter Jr.). Conn. — New Haven, 

June 9. 

X. pigra Fabricius. 

Me.— 6, 7. N. H.— 11. June 12-26. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. May 1-18. 

Brachypalpiss Macquart. 
B. frontosus Loew. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. June 13-22. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 32. Conn.—. Apr. 7-May 31. 

B. rileyi Williston. 

Mass. — Sherbom, May 1, 1919 {E. J. Smith); Newton, Apr. 30, 
1920 {C.E.White, Jr.). 

Ciiorhina Meigen. 

C. intermedia Johnson, 17-153. 

N. H. — Jaffrey, June 15-18, 1917; Mt. Monadnock (summit)^ 

June 10, 1920; Dublin. 
Mass.- Dartmouth, Apr. 25, 1916 {N. S. Easton). 

C. verbosa Walker. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Apr. 17. 

Mass.- 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.—. Mar. 13-Apr. 19. 

Cynorhina Williston {Blera Billberg). 
C. analis (Macquart). 

Me.— 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 8-20. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. Conn.— 34. May 30-July 22. 

C. armillata (Osten Sacken). 

Me. — Enfield {Hitchings). N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs^ 
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C. nigra Williston. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 14. June 9-July 6. 

Mass.— 27. May 8. 

C. badia Walker (C. interaistens Walker). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 17-June 26. 

Mass. — ^23, 27. Conn. — ^35. June 10-Jiine 28. 

C. confusa Johnson, 13-294. 

Me.— 4, 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 7-July 19. 

C. unrii>ratilis Williston. 

N. H.— North Conway, Aug. 18 (A. M. Wilcox). 
Mass.— East Walpole, May 26; Oak Bluffs, June 13, 1917; Ellis, 
May 24. Conn. — ^New Haven, June. 

Somula Macquart. 
S. decora Macquart. 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 11-28. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 35. May 22-June 13. 

MilesiA Latreflle. 
M. virginiensis (Drury). 
Mass.— 24, 27, 32. Conn.— 34. June 20-Sept. 19. 

SpQcmyia Meigen. 
S £usca TiOftw 
Me.— 4, 6, 8.* N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. July 14- 

Sept. 12. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28. Conn.— 34. July 15-Sept. 6. 

S. hamifera Loew. 

N. H.— White Mte., July 3. 

Mass.— Boston, June 29; Sudbury, June 22, 1919 (C. A. Frost); 

Sherbom, June 15, 1920. Conn. — Colebrook, July 22 

(Wheeler). 

S. longicomis Loew. 
Vt.— 17. Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 31. Conn.— 34, 35. Aug. 6-Sept. 11. 

S. quadrifasciata (Say). 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. Aug. 17- 

Sept. 17. 
Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 34. Aug. 19-Sept. 13. 

Sphecomyia Latreflle. 
S. vittata Wiedemann. 

N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 30-June 21. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 17-June 18. 

Temnostoma St. Fargeau et Serville. 
T^ acQualis L/oew. 
Me.— 4, 5, 7, 8. ' N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. June 9-July 25. 



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T. altemans Loew. 

Me.— 4,6,7,8. N.H.— 11,14. Vt.— 17,21. June 15- July 25. 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30-July 17. 

T. excentricum Harris. 

Mb.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17. June 9-July 20. 

Mass.— 23 (Mt. Greylock). June 15. 

T. venustum Williston. 

Me.— Saddleback Mt., 4000 ft., July 18, 1916 (MetcaJf); Bar 

Harbor and Salisbury Cove, June 9. N, H. — ^Mt. Washington 

{Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — . 

T. bombj^ans (Fabricius). 

Me.— 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 21. June 9- 

July 9. 
Mass.— 26^ 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30- 

Aug. 7. 

T. obscurum Loew. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 18. June 16-July 7. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30-June 19. 

Ceriodes Rondani (Ceria Fabricius, not Scopoli, 1763). 

C. abbreviata (Loew). 

Conn. — ^New Haven {WiUisUm). 

C. prozima Curran, 24-228. 

Mb. — Metagamon, July 4, 1901. Vt. — Bennington, June 18- 
21, 1915. 

C. willistoni (Eahl). 

Mass.— Forest Hills, Boston, June 4, 1913 (P. W. Whiting). 

CONOPIDAE. 

Conops Tinn^. 
C. brachyrhynchus Macquart. 

Mass. — ^Hadley, July 7, 1909. Conn. — ^New Haven, July 6, 
1913 {W. E. Britton). 

C. sylvosus Williston. 

N. H.— 11, 13, 15. June 26-Aug. 2. 

Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. July 3-Aug. 21. 

C. xanthopareus Williston. 

Mass. — . Conn. — ^New Haven, Aug. 9; Sachem Head, Aug. 1. 

Fhysocephala Schiner. 

P. furcillata (Williston). 

Me.— 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. 

July 4-Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 23, 25. Conn.— 34. July 5-Aug. 24. 



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P. marginata (Say). 

N. H.— White Mts. {WiUiston). 

P. sagittaria (Say). 

Me.— 6. Vt.— 22. July 14-16. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 29. Conn.— 34. June 27-Aug. 10. 

P. tibiaUs (Say). 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
June 25-Sept. 20. 

Zodion Latreille. 

Z. abdomixialis (Say) (Z. bicolor Adams, see Banks, 16-196). 
Mass. — North Adams, Aug. 10 (Bryant); Mek*ose Highlands, 
June 13 and Mashpee, June 2 (Webber). 

Z. fulvifrons Say (Z. abditiLS Adams, see Banks, 16-193). 
Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 14, 15. June &-Aug. 25. 
Mass.— 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 
13-July 11. 

Z. intermedium Banks, 16-193. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. May 15^Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. June 19- 
Sept. 5. 

Z. naneUum Loew. 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 7. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. July Ifr-Sept. 13. 

Z. perlongum Coquillett. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 12-Sept. 9. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34. July 25-Sept. 16. 

Stylogaster Macquart. 
S. biannulata Say. 

Mass. — Southbridge (Bromley). R. I. — Kingston, July 5 (Bar- 
low). Conn. — . 

S. neglecta Williston. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, July 16; South Hadley, Jime 26; Westfield, 
July 10 (Bryant). Conn. — . 

Dalmannia R.-Desvoidy. 
D. nigriceps Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. June 9-16. 
Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-June 7. 

Thecophora Rondani. 
(Occemya R.-De8voidy; Oncomyia Loew.) 

T. abbreviata (Loew). 

Me.— 4, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. July 4-Aug. 24. 



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T. baroni (Williston). 

N. H— 11, 12. Julys. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. Coiw.— 35. Aug. 1-27. 

T. modesta var. melanopoda (Williston). 

N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. July 2-Aug. 18. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. Coiw.— 35. June 27-Aug. 22. 

T. loraria (Loew). 

Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 17-Sept. 5. 

Mass.- 23, 25, 27, 29. Coiw.— 34, 35. May 26-Aug. 25. 

Myopa Fabricius. 
"^/f clAusa Xj06w 

Mb.— 4, 5, 7, 9. ' N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. May 31-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 18-June 10. 

M. vesiculosa Say. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 12-June 18. 

Mass.- 27, 32. R. 1,-33. Coiw.— 35. May 3-29. 

M. Ticaria Walker. 

Mb.— 6, 9. N. H.— 15. Apr. Z^May 5. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 18-June 1. 

M. virginica Banks, 16-198. 

Mb.— 9. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 21. June 8-July 14. 

Mass.— 23. Conn.— 34. June 14-July 15. 

Pyrgotidae. 
Pyrgota Wiedemann. 
P. chagnoni Johnson. 

Mass.— West Pittsfield, July 1, 1924 (Carpenter). Conn.— 
Lyme, May 27, 1918 {A. B. Champlain). 

P. undata Wiedemann. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 21. June 9-19. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 3-July 12. 

P. valida (Harris). 

N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 27. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 2-June 20. 

Oestridae. 
Oestrus Linn^. 

Oc. ovis Linn^. The Sheep Bot-fly. 

Mb.— Hallowell, July {Harris Coll.). N. H.— Dublin {Harris 

CoU.). 

Mass. — Cambridge, July 1, 1838 {Harris). Conn. — . 



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Hypodenna dark. 

H. bovis linn^. The Ox Warble My. 

Mb. — Oxford Co. (Biahapp). N. H. — Grafton. Merrimack and 
Rockingham Counties (Biahapp). Vt. — ^Manchester. Bred 
from larva obtained from a cow Jime 7, 191 0, pupated June 11, 
imago June 30 {Johnson^ 10-231). Recorded by Bishopp 
from Franklin, Washington, Rutland and Windham Counties, 
16-361. 

Mass. — ^West Newbiuy. Conn. — Saybrook. 

H. lineata De Villiers. 

Mb. — "Maine" {Harris CoU.). N. H. — Carroll Co.; Franconia. 

Vt.— . 
Mass. — ^Melrose Highlands. Conn. — Stonington, May, 1914. 

Bogeria Austen {CtUerdjra of authors in part). 

B. buccata (Fabricius). The Rabbit Bot-fly. 

N. H.— JaflFrey, June 25, 1919 {Miss Spaulding). 

Mass. — ^Winchendon, July 5, 1892 {Morse); West Newbury 

{Merritt) ; Swampscott, June 17, 1919 {Walker) ; Amherst, Aug. 

4, 1916; Attleboro, Jime 20, 1920 (C. A. Frost). 

B. fontinella (Clark). The Squirrel Bot-fly. 

Mass. — Freetown, Aug. 13, 1908 {EasUm) ; East Wareham, Aug. 

20, 1911 {Franklin); Martha's Vineyard, Aug. (F. M. Jones); 

Paxton, July. 

B. emasculator (Fitch). 

Mass. — ^Amherst, Aug. 9, 1916 {Mass. Agric. College CoU.). 
This species also infests squint. 

Larvae of Bogeria sp. have been obtained from the meadow 
mouse, Provincetown, Mass. {0. S. MiUer); a tame rabbit, 
West Newbury, Aug. 20, 1908 {MerriU); and a kitten, Vernon, 
Conn., Oct. 2, 1920 {Britton). 

Phasiidae. 
Cistogaster Macquart (Gymnodytia Brauer and Bergenstamm). 

C. immaculata Macquart. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 20, 21. June 19-Aug. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 6-Sept. 
20. 

C. occidua (Walker). 

Me.— 2, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19. June 8- 

Aug. 16. 
Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. June 

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Gymnosoima Meigen. 

G. fuliginosa R.-Desvoidy. 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 19, 21. 

June 13-Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Coiw.— 34, 35. 

June 6-Sept. 21. 

Phasia Latareille (Alophora R.-Desvoidy, 1830; PhorarUha Rondani, 1862). 

P. aeneoventris (Williston). 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 25-Sept. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 35. June 13-Oct. 19. 

P. calyptrata (CJoquiUett). 

Mass. — Charles River Village, Aug. 7; North Saugus, July 2. 

P. fenestrata (Bigot) (P. phasiatrata H. E. Smith, 1&-98; Para- 
phasia fenestrata Townsend, 15-20). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, May 18, 1911 (Smith); Cohasset, 
June 30, 1914 (Webber). 

P. fumosa (Coquillett). 

N. H.— Pelham, Aug. 11, 1905 (J. C. BridweU). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 9-July 14; Amherst, July; 

Agawam, Oct. 27 (Smith). Conn. — Colebrook, July 13 

(Wheeler). 

P. magnipennis (Johnson), 04-19. 
N. H.— Hampton, Sept. 9 (Shaw). 
Mass.— Great Barrington, May 31, 1917 (W. I. Beecroft). 

P. nitida (Coquillett). 
Mass. — . 

P. phasioides (Coquillett) (Alophoropsis phasioides Townsend, 

15-20). 
Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11. June 15-Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 34. July 12-13. 

P. pulverea (Coquil}ett) (Oedematopteryx pulverea Townsend, 16- 

633). 
Me.— Orono, Oct. 5, 1913 (Parshley). N. H. — ^Franconia (Mrs. 

Slosson); Jackson, Sept. 25 (Bryant). 
Mass. — Cohasset, July 15, 1905 (Bryant). Conn. — Yalesville, 

Oct. 9 (Viereck). 

P. splendida (Coquillett) (Phasiomyia splendida Townsend, 

lfr-20). 
Me.— 1, 3, 4, 5, 8. N. H.— 11. July 13-Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 27, 28. Conn.— 34. July 10-Sept. 11. 

P. subopaca (Coquillett). 

N. H.— 15. Oct. 15. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. May 30-Oct. 19. 



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Pfaorandiella TowoBend, 15-23. 

P. ocddentis (Walker). 

Mass. — Ellis Station, Norwood, May 24; Needhani; Sept. 3. 

Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 21 (Viereck). 

Parasitic on Miris dolobrata (Leonard, 16-236), and on the 
False Chinch-bug (Milliken and Wadley, 23-28). 

Ei^onmtha Townaend, 15-20. 

E. divisa (CoquiUett). 

ME.--Orono, Oct. 5, 1913 (Parshley). 

Mass. — Milton, Sept. 20 {Dr. Minot); Forest Hills and Stony 

Brook Res., Sept. 15 {0. C. Wheeler); West Bedford, Sept 

(L. W. SweU); Sherbom, Sept. 12 {Frost). 

Trichodytia Townsend, 16-633. 

T. atrata Coquillett {Clytiomyia airaia CoquiUett). 
Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 4-26. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27. May 24-Oct. 3. 

Trichopoda Latreille. 
Subgenus TrichopodopsU Townsend, 13-148. 

T. cilipes Wiedemann. 
Mass. — ^West Roxbury. 

T. pennipes (Fabricius). 
N. H.— 15. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. June 23— Oct. 1. 
Parasitic on the Squash-bug {Armsa tristis), Worthley, 24-7. 

Polistomyia Townsend, OS-132 and 15-121. 

P. plumipes var. trifasciata (Loew). 

^XoNN." Parasitic on grasshoppers, Dissosteira. 

Gymnophania Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

G. montana Coquillett. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, July 14-25; Houlton, Aug. 25 {Alexander). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); Hampton, June 30- 

July 4 {Shaw). 

Tachinidae. 
Myiophasia Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

M. metallica (Townsend) {M. aenea of authors; see Aldrich, 

24-213). 
N. H.— 15, Hampton {Shaw). 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 28- 

Aug. 22. 

Parasitic on various species of weevils: Botomtis, Conotrachduif 
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Ennyommopsis Townsend, 15-109. 

E. nigrifrons (Townsend). 

Mb.— 8. Vt.— 18. Aug. 22, 23. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 34. July 25-Oct. 5. 

Ennyomma Townsend. 

E. ruficomis (Townsend). 

Me.— 3. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. Aug. 17-28. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Aug. 8-22. 

Iftatiromyia Coquillett. 
M. puUa Coquillett. 

N. K.— White Mts. (Morrison). Vt.— Bolton Mt., July 16, 1922 
{Bryant). 

Emphanopteryx Townsend. 
(Crypiomeigenia of authors, not Brauer and Bergenstamm.) 

E. prisca (Walker) (C. theiUis of authors in part; Eumyothyria 

iUinoisensia Townsend). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Apr. 29-June 21. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 32. May 2-5. 

Parasitic on the various species of May Beetles, Davis, 19-107. 

E. menapis (Walker). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— . June 3-10. 

Mass.— 24,26,27,28. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mayl9-July22 

Etilasiona Townsend. 

E. comstockii Townsend. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14. June 7-July 21. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 24-June 5. 

Ocypterosoma Townsend, 15-19. 

O. polita (Coquillett) (Admontia polita Coquillett). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 16, 1918. 
Mass.— Wobum, June 8, 1921. 

Euhyperecteina Townsend, 15-19. 

E. nasoni Coquillett (Admontia nasoni Coquillett). 
Mass.— Medford, June 24, 1922 (Barber). 

Iconomedina Townsend, 16-626. 

L washingtonae (Coquillett). 
N. H. — ML Washington. 

Spathimeigenia Townsend, 15-19. 

S. nigriventris H. E. Smith, 17-139. 

Mass. — ^^ Hatch Experiment Station^' [Amherst]. 



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S. spiniger Townsend, 12-19 (Admantia demylus Ck)quillett, not 

Walker). 
Conn. — ^Easton, July 6, 1922, larva from saw-fly larva; emerged 

Aug. 25, 1922 (Zappe). 

Parasitic on Laphyrus abboUi and L. lecotUei. 

Schizotachina Walker. 

S, convecta Walker (ClausiceUa usitata Coquillett). 
N. H. — ^White Mts. iMorrison); Canobie Lake {Dimmock). 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough)) Fall River, Jime 11 {Cushman). 
Conn. — ^East River. 

S. vitinervis Thompson, 11-268. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 5, 1908 {Shaw). 

Mass. — Lowell, May 31, June 1 {Thompson)) Mt. Tom, Sept. 22; 
Aubumdale, July 16. 

Nephopteropds Townsend, 16-623. 

N. johnsoni (Coquillett) {Clausicella johnsoni Coquillett). 
Mass. — ^Lincoln, Aug. 31 {0. W, Barber); Brookllne, Sept. 6; 
Nantucket, Aug. 9. 

Fhylacteropoda Townsend, 16-623. 

P. tarsalis (Coquillett). 

N. H. — ^White Mts. {Morrison) ; Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 
Vt.— Killington Peak, Aug. 27, 1919. 

Plectops Coquillett. 

P. melissopodis Coquillett. 

Me. — Machias, July 19. N. H. — Hampton, May 20 {Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Boston, Aug. 16; Dedham, June 3; Franklin, May 29 

{Barber) ; Plymouth, July 28. Conn. — New Haven, May 24 

{Britton). 

Lispidea Ck)quillett. 
L. palpiger Coquillett. 

Me.— Orr's Isl., July 24. Vt. — ^Amsden, July 10. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 6 ; Framingham, Aug. 1 7 {Frost) . Conn.— 
New Haven, July 20 {Walden). 

Thryptocera Macquart. 

T. americana Townsend {Polychaetoneura elyii Walton, 14-91). 

Me. — Northeast Harbor, June 26-July 16 {Dr. Minot). 

R. I.— Kingston, Aug. 13 {Barlow). Conn. — ^East River, Aug. 2, 

1912 {Ely). 

Bred from Schizura concina. 

T. atripes Coquillett. 

Mass. — A^eu' Bedford {Hough). 



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T. flavq^es Coquillett. 

N. H. — ML Washington (Mrs. Slosson); Bretton Woods, June 

24^-26. 

Euryceromyia Townsend. 
E. robertsoni Townsend. 
Mass. — Squantum, Oct. 17, 1904 (A. P. Morse). Conn. — New 

Haven, June 24, 1902 (Moore). 

Actia R.-Desvoidy. 

A. palloris Coquillett. 

Mb.— Little Black River Rapids, Sept. 13, 1907 (Cushman); 
Northeast Harbor, July 6, 1909 (Dr. C. S. Minot). N. H.— 
''New Hampshire*' {Coquiliett). Vt. — ^Norwich, July 7; Mt. 
Ascutney, July 11. 

A. pilipennis (Fallen). 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. June 9-Sept. 9. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 4- 
Nov. 15. 

Dichaetoneura Johnson, 07-9. 

D. leucoptera Johnson, 07-9. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. July 5-Aug. 12. 
Mass.— 24, 25. Conn.— 34. July 6-15. 

Parasitic on Archips cerasivorana and A. fervadana. 

Chaetophlepa Ck)quillett. 
C. setosa CoquiUett. 
Me. — Orono (Alexander); Monmouth, July 19 (Frost); Mt. 

Desert, July 12. N. H.— Canobie Lake (Dimmock). 
Mass. — . Conn. — ^Danbiuy, June 15. 

Celatoria Ck>quillett. 

C. diabrotica (Shimer). 

N. H.— Hampton, Sept. 16, 1905 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, July 12; Manomet, July 17 (Brooks); Barn- 
stable, July 5. 
Parasitic on Squash Beetles, Diabrotica vittata and D. 12^ 

punctata. 

C. spinosa Coquillett. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 4-Sept. 6. 

Mass.- 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-Oct. 10. 

Parasitic on the Dogwood Flea-beetle (AUica comx) and on the 
Ehn Flea-beetle (AUica ulmi), see W. C. Woods, BuU. 273, 
Maine Agric. Exp. Sta., p. 173 and 193. 

Euadmontia Townsend, 15-19. 

E. pergandei (Coquillett). 

Me.— 1. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. July 11-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. July 4-Aug. 30. 



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H]^otomomyia Townsend, 16-31. 

H. h}lotomae (Coquillett). 
Mass. — Woods Hole; Melrose Higblands, June 16. 
Parasitic on saw-fly, Hylotoma humeralis Beauvois. 

Aubfteanetia Townsend, 19-569. 

A. assimilis Townsend, 19-561 {Hypostena fiaridensis of authors, 

not Townsend). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 7-July 29. 
Mass.— 23, 25. June 14-Aug. 5. 

Xenadmontia Townsend, 15-22. 

Z. degeerioides (Coquillett). 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 6-July 19. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. May 15-Sept. 22. 

Neadmontia Townsend, 12-164. 

N. limata (Coquillett). 
Mass. — ^North Saugus, Aug. 21. 
Parasitic on the larvae of Tipulidae. 

Parameigenia Townsend, 19-576. 

P, albifacies (Townsend), 19-576 {Paradexodea albifaciea Town- 
send, 08-102). 

N. U.—WhiU Mt8. (Dimmock). 

Mass. — North Adams, June 14, 1906; Melrose Highlands, Sept. 
29. 

Uzophaga Townsend, 0S^6 (EuzeniUia Townsend, 11-148). 

L. variabilis (Coquillett) (E, aurea Townsend, 11-148; 12-111; 

1&-121; 16-31). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. June 12-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 11-Aug. 15. 

Parasitic on the Coddling Moth and on Pyrausta peniUUis. 

Hypostena Meigen. 

H. gilvipes Coquillett. 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

Methypostena Townsend, 06-67. 

M. barbata (Coquillett). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11. July 18-19. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 16-Aug. 4. 

Parasitic on Leaf Beetles, Disonycha xarUhorneiaena and Dd(h 
yala clavata. 

Pseudomyothyria Townsend. 

P. indecisa Townsend. 

Mass.— ^outhbridge, July 23. Conn. — New Haven, Aug. 1. 



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Oedematocera Townsend, 16-621. 

Oe. flaveola (Coquillett). 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Wellesley, Aug. 26 (Morse); Cohasset, July 15 {Bryant); 
Amherst. Conn. — Prospect. 

Paradezodes Townsend, 0^101. 

P. atirifrons Townsend, 08-101. 

Mass. — Nortii Saugua, July 14 (Gipsy Moth Laboratory). 

Pseudeuantha Townsend, 15-416 (Anaporia Townsend, 19-560). 

P. coquilletti Aldrich, 21-90. 
N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). 
Mass. — May 5. Conn. — ^Lyme. 
Bred from Toririddia flexuosa. 

P. pristis (Walker) {Macqiuirtia pristis of authors in part; Aporia 

limacodis Townsend). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20, 21. June 5-July 18. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 20-July 25. 

Parasitic on Empretia stimulea, Eudea ceppuSj etc. 

Xanthocera Townsend, 15-22. 

X. clistoides Townsend {Hyalurgus johnsoni Coquillett, not 

Townsend, 15-22). 
Mass. — ^Ipswich, June 10. 

Polidea Macquart. 

P. areos Walker. 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. 

June 18-Sept. 25. 
Mass.- 24, 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 28- 

Sept. 22. 

Chaetophlepsis Townsend, 15-422. 

C. tarsalis Townsend, 15-423 (see Aldrich, 23-161) (Hypochaeta 

longicornis Coquillett, not Schiner; H. endryae H. E. Smith, 

16-94). 
Me.— Wales, June 18 (Frost). N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). 
Mass. — Brookline, June 3; Newton; Fall River, May 13 (Easton). 

R. I.— Kingston, May 2S (Barlow). 

Bred from a larva of Eudryas grata, Apr. 12, 1911 (Smith, 
6^94). 

Pelatachina Meade. 

P. peUucida Coquillett. 
Mass. — "Lynn Woods," near Lynn. 
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Afiinops Coqiiillett. 

A. atra Coquillett. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, Aug. 20. N. H. — ^Mt. Washington, 
Sept. 19. 

Genea Rondani, 1850. 

G. analis (Say), see Aldrich, 24-210. 

Mass.— Bashbish Falls, June 26; Cohasset, Sept. 8, 1907 {Bryant). 
Conn. — . 

G. tezensis Townsend {Dejeaniopsis texensis Townsend, 16-321). 
Me. — ^Princeton, July 12. Vt. — ^Mt. Equinox, June 5. 
Conn.— Colebrook, July 13 (Wheeler). 

Leakiopsis Townsend, 16-627. 

L. thecata Coquillett. 

Mass. — Mt. Tom, July 14. Conn. — . 

MyoUopsis Townsend, 16-628. 

M. similis Townsend, 16-628. 
N. H.— 13, 14, 15. Aug. 20-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 36. July 15- 
Sept. 8. 

Leskiomima Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

L. tenera (Wiedemann). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); Jafifrey, Jime 14; Durham, 

July 27 {Lowry). 
Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 25; Mt. Tom, Sept. 22. Conn. — New 

Haven. 

Paradionaea Townsend, 16-631. 

P, atra (Townsend) (Leucostoma atra Townsend, genotype). 
Me.— 1. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 18-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. July 16-Sept. 8. 

P. senilis (Townsend). 

Mass. — Tisbury, Jidy 21 {Cvshman). Conn. — ^New Haven, 
June 20. 

Sdasma Coquillett. 

S. frontalis H. E. Smith, 17-56. 

MA^.—West Springfield, Aug. 13, 1915 {Smith) ; Easex Co., May 
2, 1921 {Morse). 

S. nebulosa Coquillett. 

N. H.— Hampton, Jime 17, 1910, and July 30, 1923 {Shaw). 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 



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Hyalomyodes Townsend. 

"H. triangulifera (Loew). 

Mb —4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H — 11, 12, 15. Vt .— 17, 19. June 21- 

Sept. 26. 
Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30-Oct. 16. 

Bred from Haliica bimarginata by W. C. Woods. 

Psalidopteryz Townsend, 16-21. 

P. slossonae Townsend, 16-22. 

N. H. — ML Washington (Mrs, Slosson). 

Onnia R.-Desvoidy {Oeatrophasia Brauer and Bergenstamm). 

O. clausa (Brauer and Bergenstamm). 

N. H.— 15. July 5-Sept. 5. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. June 2-Aug. 7. 

O. signifera Van der Wulp. 
N. H. — ^Franconia. 

R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, Jime 18, 1912. Conn. — South Meriden, 
July 2 (H. L. Johnson). 

Eliozeta Rondani, 1856 {Clytwmyia Rondani, 1861). 

E. flava Townsend. 

Me.— 1, 3, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. July 13-Sept. 13. 

Mass.— 24, 29. Conn.— 35. May 2&-July 26. 

Eubrachymera Townsend, 18-162. 

E. debilis Townsend, 18-162. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, July 15-20. 

Eutriza Ck>quillett. 

E. cxfle (Coquillett) {E. masuria Coquillett, not Walker). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 15-18. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 15-July 31. 
Parasitic on May Beetles (Davis, 19-112). 

Xantfaomelanodea Townsend, 08-129 (Xanthomelana Van der Wulp). 

X. arcuata (Say). 

N. H. — ^Holdemess, Aug. 2, 1899 (Morse); Hampton, Aug. 10 
(Shaw). 

Mass. — Beverly, Aug. 22; Springfield, July 13. Conn. — West- 
brook, Aug. 30; Colebrook, Aug. 19 (WheeUr). 

X. flavipes (Coquillett). 

Vt.— Mt. Ascutney, July 23, 1912 (W. S. Brooks). . 
Mass. — Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 4, 1896 (Hough); Aubumdale, 
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Hemyda R.-Desvoidy. 

H. aurata R.-Desvoidy. 
N. H. — Hampton, Aug. 25 (Shaw), 

Mass. — Groton, July 8; Brookline, Sept. 7; Framingham, Aug. 
18 (Frost) ; Cambridge, Sept. 13. Conn.— Yalesville, Sept. 24. 

Siphophyto Townsend. 

S. floridensis Townsend. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 16--Aug. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26. July 16^Aug. 7. 

Epigramyia Townsend. 
E. polita Townsend. 

N. H.— White Mts.; Hampton, May 22 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Bridgewater, July 11, 1905 (Cushman), Conn. — Row- 
ayton, June 12. 

Siphoclytia Townsend. 

S. robertsoni Townsend. 

Conn.— New Haven, Jime 26, 1902 (E. J. S. Moore). 

Pseudosiphona Townsend, 16-622. 

P. brevirostris (Coquillett). 
N. H.— Comish, July 13, 1908. 
Conn. — ^Winnipauk, Aug. 4, 1908. 

Siphona Meigen. 

S. geniculata (DeGeer). 

Me.— 1, 4, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 19. June 9- 

Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26- 

Aug. 13. 

S. lutea (Townsend) (Crocuta lutea Townsend, 19-583). 
N. B.—Franconia, July 20-21, 1915 (Townsend). 

Metaplagia Ck)quillett. 

M. occidentalis Coquillett. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 15 (H. E. Smith). 

Anthomjriopsis Townsend, 16-21. 

A. cypseloides Townsend, 16-21. 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson), 

Blepharigena Rondani {Paraplagia Brauer and Bergenstfunm). 

B. spinulosa (Bigot). 

Me.— Eliot, Sept. 17, 1920 (Morse). 

Mass.— New Bedford (Hough) ; West Springfield, Aug. 24 (Smith). 
Conn. — Straflford, Aug. 24. 



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Cyrtophloeba Rondani. 

C. horrida Coquillett. 

Me.— 8. N. H .— 15. Vt.— 21. Apr. 25-Aug. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 4-June 20. 

Voria R.-Desvoidy, 1830 (Plagia Mdgen, 1838). 
V, americana Van der Wulp. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 20-Sept. 12; Capens, July 16. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Sept. 4-Oct. 20; Melrose Highlands, June 
15; Nantucket, Aug. 8. 

SijihoidAgia Townaend. 
S. rigidirostris (Van der Wulp). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 24; Wellesley, Sept. 21 {Morse). 
Conn. — New Haven, June 24 (Moore); Colebrook, July 12 
(Wheeler). 

Pseudotractocera Townsend. 

P. lachnostemae (Townsend), 08-106. 
Mass.— Cohasset, Aug. 20, 1905 (Bryant). 

Distichona Van der Wulp. 

D. auriceps Coquillett. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Sept. 13 (ToffiiU) ; Andover, Sept. 25. 

Siphostunnia Ck>qiiillett. 
S. rostrata Coquillett. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, July 3. 

^^viaoia Rondani (Biamyia of authors; Eubiomyia Townsend, 16-74). 
V. georgiae Brauer and Bergenstamm (P. calosomae Coquillett, 

MS.). 
Mass. — ^Amherst, Lyndfield, June 7, and Essex Co., Sept. 7 

(3for«e) ; Melrose Highlands, Gipsy Moth Laboratory, June 16. 

A parasite of the Calosoma Beetle. 

Belvosia R.-Desvoidy {Latreiaimyia Townsend, 08-105). 
B. bifasciata (Fabricius). 
N. H.— 15. Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. July 8- 

Sept. 4. 

Parasitic on CUheronia regcdia, Dryocampa rubicunda, etc. 

Triachora Townsend, OS-105. 
T. unlfasciata (R.-Desvoidy). 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. June 15-Sept. 7. 
Parasitic on the Army Worm (Helophila unipunctata). 

Mdanophrya Wiltiaton. 
M. insoleta (Walker). 

Ml.— 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 1&-21. 
Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 35. May 24r-June 23. 



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Aphria R.-De8voidy. 

A. ocypterata Townsend. 

Mb.— Orono (HUchings). N. H. — Franconia. 

Mass. — ^Winchendon, July 5, and Dover, July 17 (Morse) ; Stony 
Brook Res., Aug. 1 (Taylor); Wollaston, Sept. 5; Indian Or- 
chard, Aug. 15 (Smith). 
Parasitic on Cameades mesaoria. 

Cylindromyia Meigen, 1803 (Ocyptera Latreille, 1805). 
Subgenus Cylindromyia Meigen. 

C. argentea (Townsend) (not Coquillett). 
Mb.— 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. June 22-July 27. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 15- 
Sept. 23. 

C. sp. 

Mass. — ^Waltham. 

Subgenus Neoq/ptera Townsend, 16-32. 

C. dosiades (Walker). 

Mb.— 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19, 20, 21. June 19- 

Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 29. Conn.— 34, 35. July 5-Aug. 16. 

Linnaemjria R.-Desvoidy. 
(BoneUia R.-Desvoidy; Bonellimyia Townsend, 18-117.) 

L. haemorrhoidalis (Fallen) (L. pida Meigen). 
Me.— 8, 10. N.H.— 11,14. Vt.— 19. July 1&-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 10- 
Sept. 9. 

Bonnetia R.-Desvoidy. 

B. comta (Fallen). 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19, 21. June 24-Sept. 21. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.-^4. 

June 2-Sept. 7. 

Parasitic on Agroiis ypsilon and Cameades measoria. 

Pyraustomyia Townsend, 16-627. 

P. penitalis (Coquillett). 

Mabq. — ^Arlington, July 8, 1920 (Anderson). 

This specimen may have been introduced from the West in 
connection with some work on the corn-borer parasites. 

Emestia R.-Desvoidy (see Curran, 24-214). 
Mericia R. — ^Desvoidy. 

E. flavicomis Brauer. 

Mb. — Capens, July 14. N. H. — ^Randolph, July 12; Bretton 
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E. ampelus (Walker) {Panzeria radicum of authors in part). 
Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. June 3-Aug. 21. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 7-Aug. 19. 
Parasitic on the Fall Web-worm, etc. 

E. arcuata (Tothill), 21-248. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 9-July 7. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27. May lO-June 16. 

E. johnsoni Tothill, 21-229. 

N. H. — Glen House, base of Mt. Washington, Jime 11, 1916. 
Mass. — Wellesley (Morse) ; Melrose Highlands and North Saugus 
(TothiU). 

E. nigropalpis Tothill, 21-247. 

Me.— Sugar IsL, Moosehead Lake, July 17; Mt. Desert, Aug. 21. 

Vt.— Killington Peak, Aug. 28. 
Mass. — Beverly, Aug. 22; Cohasset, Sept. 10 (Bryant); Amherst. 

E. platycarina Tothill, 21-270. 

Me.— 3, 4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. July 7-Sept. 6. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25. July 24-Aug. 28. 

Macromeigenla Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

M. chrysoprocta (Wiedemann). 
N. H.— Farmington (Fall). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands and North Saugus, July 15-30; 
Agawam, Aug. 14. 

Chrysotachina Brauer and Bergenstamm {Ettgymnochaela Townsend, 12-314; 

18-182). 

C. alcedo (Loew). 

N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 21. June 21-July 3. 

Mass.— 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 10-23. 

C. ruficomis (Williston). 

Mb. — Oquossoc, July 1. N. H. — ^Hampton, May 15 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Mt. Wachusett, May 30. Conn. — ^Darien, June 12. 

Gymnochaeta R.-De8voidy (ChloroTMtaphyio Townsend, 18-180). 

C. vivida Williston. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 21, 1922. 

Mass. — ^Amherst. 

Nemorllla Rondani. 

N. insolens Aldrich and Webber, 24-6. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, May-^Jime, 1918. 



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N. maculosa (Meigen) {ExoriHa pyde (Walker) Coquillett). 
Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 25-Sept. 7. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 3-Oct. 2. 
Bred from the Fire-worm {Peronia mintUa), Archips rosana, 
Com-borer {Pyrausta nvbUalis), etc. 

ZeniUia R.-Deevoidy. 
Subgenus ZerUUia R.-Desvoidy. 
Z. ampleza (Coquillett) {Exorista amplexa Coquillett). 

"Mle. 9. N. H. 11. 

Mass.- 24, 26, 527. R. L— 33. June 9-Oct. 8. 

Z. coerulea Aldrich and Webber, 24-23. 
Mass. — Avbum, June 29, July 12 (Eek). 
Reared from Cimbex americana. 

Z. eudryae (Townsend) (Oxexorista thompsoni Townsend, 15-21). 
Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11. July 13. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 22-Aug. 28. 
Panusitic on Eudryas grata and E. unto, Alypia, Autameris. 

Z. formosa Aldrich and Webber, 24-23. 

Mass. — ^West Medford, May 31 ; Melrose Highlands (Towmeni). 

Conn. — ^North Haven^ Aug. 3 (Viereck). 

Reared from AtUameris to and Agrotia ypsilon. 

Z. helvina (Coquillett) (Exorista hdvina Coquillett). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Aug. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 27. July 29-Aug. 28. 
Reared from Amphidosia cognaUiria. 

Z. protuberans Aldrich and Webber, 24-15. 
Yt.— Rockingham, July 23-25, 1915 (Culver). 
Reared from Malacosoma diastria. 

Z. reclinata Aldrich and Webber. 

Me.— Liberty, July 20, 1912 (Cuahman). Vt.— Mt. Ascutney, 
2500 ft., July 11, 1908. 

Subgenus Pkryxe R.-DeBVoidy. 
Z. caesar (Aldrich), 16-20 {Exorista nigripdlpis Townsend, 1896, 

not of Macquart, 1848). 
Me.— 2, 4, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 19. June 16- 

Sept. IS. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. Jime 4-Aug. 28. 

Reared from Cacoeda, Pyrauda, Crambus, etc. 

Z. crassiseta Aldrich and Webber, 24-29. 
Mass. — ^Andover. 

2L vulgaris (Fallen) (Exoriata vulgaria of authors). 
Me.— 4, 5, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13. July 3-Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27, 29. May 2a-Sept. 19. 

Bred from the Cabbage Butterfly (Pontia rapae) and Spntoe 
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Subgenus ParexorisUi Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

Z. affinis (Fallen) {Exorista afinis of authors). 
Me.— 4, 5, 8, 9. N. ,H.— 11, 15. June 16-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28. July 16-Aug. 1. 

Z. chelomae Rondani {Exorista chetoniae of authors). 

N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, May 17-22; CoflSn's Beach, May 30. 

Conn. — Portland (Zappe). 

Bred from the American Tent Caterpillar, etc. 

Z. confinis (Fallen) {ExorisUi confinis of authors). 
Me.— 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 18-Aug. 20. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 9- 
Sept. 6. 

Z. fronto Coquillett. 

N. U.—Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Subgenus Busisyropa Townsend, 08-07. 

Z. blanda blanda Osten Sacken {Exarisia boamriae Coquillett). 
Mb.— 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. July 8-Aug. 16. 
Mass.- 25, 26, 27, 29. R. I.-^. June 14-Aug. 28. 
Parasitic on Vanassa oardui, Thanaos brizo, etc. 

Z. blanda virilis Aldrich wd Webb^, 24-10. 

Mass. — Gipsy Moth Laboratory (Melrose Highlands). 

Z. blandita (CoquiUett) {Exorista blandUa Coquillett). 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — North Saugus, Aug. 1; Aubumdale, Aug. 28. R. I. — 
Buttonwoods, June 22. 

Z. futilis (Osten Sacken) {Exorista futilis Osten Sacken; Euex- 

orista Sutilis Townsend, 12-166). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 18. June 27-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 5- 

Oct. 21. 

Parasitic on Vanassa aUUanla, etc. 

Phorocera R.-De6voidy. 
Subgenus Phorocera R.-Desvoidy. 

P. slossonae Townsend, 08-108 {Euph&rocera einerea CoqmUett, 

1897, not Van der Wulp, 1890). 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — ^Norwood, Apr. 3 {Reiff); Duxbury, Aug. 12 {Preston). 

Conn. — Lyme, Apr. 3 {Champlain). 



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Subgenus ParauHgena Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

P. claripennis (Macquart) {Euphorocera daripennis Coquillett; 
Ezarista petiolata Coqiiillett; Neophorocera edward^ii Town- 
send, 12-163). 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. July 26-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 20- 
Sept. 8. 
Parasitic on the Tussock Moth, Fall Web-wonn, Cutworms, 

etc. 

P. einaris Smith, 12-119 {Neopalea einaris Britten, 20-193). 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. July 27-Sept. 20. 

P. hamata Aldrich and Webber, 24-62. 
Mass. — ^Nantucket, Aug. 8. Conn. — New Haven. 
Reared from sawfly, Diprion simile, July 19, 1915 (Briiton). 

P. imitator Aldrich and Webber, 24-63. 
Conn. — Lyme, Sept. 4, 1909 (Champlain). 

Subgenus PateUoa Townsend. 

P. leucaniae Coquillett. 
Mass. — ^ArUngton, July 3 (Barber). Conn. — . 
Parasitic on the Army Worm, etc. 

P. pachypyga Aldrich and Webber, 24-70. 

N. H.— Glen House, Jime 11. 

Mass. — Lunenburg, May, 1914 (Webber); Lynn ('' Woods ")i 
May 7, 1916 (^Preston); Winchendon, May 7 (Russell); Con- 
cord, M&y 30 (Reiff). 

P. silvatica Aldrich and Webber, 24-72. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Jime 25; Sunderland, May 29. 
Conn. — New Haven, May 21 (Champlain). 

Subgenus NeopaUa Coquillett. 

P. erecta Coquillett. 

Me. — Waterville. 

Mass.- Maiden; Watertown, Aug. 12, 1919 (H. E. Smith); West 
Medford (Vinal); Cambridge (Caffrey), reared from the Com- 
borer, Pyrausta nubilalis. Conn. — Wallingford, reared from 
Desmia funeralis by A. B. Porter. 

P. noctuiformis (H. E. Smith), 15-101. 

Me.— Sugar Isl., Moosehead Lake, July 17; Orr's Isl., July 25, 

1907. 
Mass. — Revere; North Andover. 

P, stemalis Coquillett (Phyliophorocera stemalis Townsend, 16- 

621). 
Me.— East Eddington (Hough). N. H.— Franconia (Mrs. 

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P. tortricis Coquillett {Tortriciophaga tortricis Townsend). 
Vt. — Bennington, July 6, 1915, reared from Cacoecta cerasivorana. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands (Webber); Agawam, July 27; Am- 
herst. Conn. — . 

Pseudotachinomyia H. £. Smith, 17-54. 
P. webberi H. E. Smith, 17-54. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, May 16; Maiden, May 15; Cohasset, 
May 29 (Bryant) ; Amherst. 

Madremyia Townsend, 16-^22. 

M. saundersii (Williston) (Pharocera saunderaii Williston). 
Mass. — East Wareham, July 13-Aug. 18, reared from Cacoecta 
paraUela (Franklin); Forest Hills, Boston. 

Eupelecotheca Townsend, 18-169. 

E. celer Townsend, 18-169 (Pharocera rufilabris Coquillett, not 
Van der Wulp). 

Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

Mass. — Springfield, July 13; Aubumdale, June 11; Woods Hole, 
July 1; Medford, Jime 23 (Barber). 

Ezoristoides Coquillett. 
£• slossonae Coquillett (Exorista spinipennis Coquillett). 
Me.— 3, 7. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 4-Aug. 1. 
Mass.- 24, 26, 27. May 31-Aug. 15. 

Homalactia Townsend, 15-21. 
H. harringtoni (Coquillett) (Exoristoides harringtoni Coquillett). 
N. H. — Summit of Mt. Monadnock, June 10, 1920. 

Doryphorophaga Townsend, 12-164. 

D. abeirans Townsend, 16-217 (Smith, 17-124); (Frontina aber- 

vans Britton, 20-193). 
Me.— 8. Vt.— 19, 20. July 11-Sept. 13. 
Mass.- 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. June 8-Sept. 3. 

Reared from the Potato Beetle. 

D, dorsalis (Coquillett) (Exorista dorsalis Coquillett). 
N. H.— Peterboro, July 20 (C. F. Batchelder). 
Mass. — Boston, July 2; Melrose Highlands, June 24. 

D. doryphorae (Riley). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 13, 15. Sept. 6-30. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. Aug. 17-Oct. 14. 
Parasitic on the Potato Beetle. 

Frontina Meigen. 

F. aletiae (Riley). 

Mb.— 8. Vt.— 20. July 11-25. 

Mass.- 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. June 6-Sept. 16. 
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F. andlla (Walker). 
Conn. — Eastboro. 

F. archippiTora (Williston). 
Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 15. Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 24, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. July 12-Sept. 30. 
Parasitic on the Monarch Butterfly, Mourning-cloak, etc. 

F. frenchi (Williston). 

Me.— 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 19. June 22-Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. Apr. 22-nJuly 3. 
Parasitic on PapUto glauca, Tdea polyphemus, Samia cecrapiaj 
etc. 

F. spectabilis Aldrich, 16-20. 

Mass.— Medford, June 27, 1923 {Barber). 

MyrsiiiA R.-De8voidy. 

M. tenthredinidarum (Townsend) (Masicera exiUa Coquillett). 
Me.— 2,7,8. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 19, 21. June 4-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. June 1-Aug. 2. 

Argrropludaz Brauer uid Bergensiaaim. 

A. schizurae Townsend, 1891, not Coquillett, 1897. 
Mass. — ^Lynn, Aug. 25, 
Parasitic on Schizura ipamaeae. 

SunuudcOTa Townsend. 
E. stemalis CoquiUett. 
Vt. — Chittenden, Aug. 1 (Bequaert). 
Mass. — Aubumdale, June 16. 

OymnocareUa Townsend, 19-682. 

G. ridaoram Townsend, 19-582 {Siurmia tdbifnma CoquiUett, 
not Walker). 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. June 23-Aug. 27. 

Phrynofrontina Townsend, 19-679. 

P. discalis (Ck)quiUett) (P. carmxa Townsend, 19-580). 
Mb. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 20-Sept. 6. Vt. — ^Bennington, June 21. 
Mass. — Brookline, July 4; North Saugus, July 18 (Smith); 
Gloucester, Aug. 30. 

Stnmiia R.-De8voidy. 
S. bakeri CoquiUett. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 24 (H. E. Smtih). 

S. firaudulenta Van der Wulp. 

Mass. — Horse Neck Beach {CoquUleU). 

S. inquinata Van der Wulp. 

N. H. — Canobie Lake (Dimmock). 

Mass. — ^Amherst, June 26; Sharon, June 15, 1906 (JSamps^n). 



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S. phyciodes Coquillett. 

Mass. — Cape Cad; Melrose Highlands, June 18; North Saugus, 

July30;Cambridge, Aug. 27. R. I. — ^Bristol, June 20. Conn. — 

Winnipauk; Aug. 4. 

PhryndydalU Townaend, 19-572. 

P. polita Townsend, l»-572. 

Mass. — Sandwich, June 19 {HUchings). 

P. eufitchiae Townsend. 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 21. 

Mass.— 24,27. R. I.— 33. May 27-Aug. 21. 

Paraiihorocera Brauer and BergBitfPUimn. 

P. myoidaea (R.-Desvoidy) {Andrina radicis Townsend, 16-19). 

Me. — Orono. 

Mass. — ^Arlington, July 8; Gloucester, July 8; Melrose Highlands, 

June 6; Aubumdale, Aug. 16. 

Parasitic on Papaipema nitda and the Eur(^)ean Corn-borer. 

Madcera Meigen {Cmmnuia Rondani). 

M. nstila Meigen (M . featinana Meigen). 
N. H. — Canobie Lake (Dimmock). 

Mass. — Amherst, Sept.; North Saugus. Conn. — Thompson, 
July 11. 

M. poUta Coquillett. 

Mass.— Peabody, July 26, 1920 (L. H. Taylar). 

M. Ittctuosa Vmi der Wulp. 

N. H.— White Mts. {Mrs. Slosson). 

Neothaliiia Townsend, 16-120. 

N. aurifrons (Coquillett) {N. dexina Townsend, 12-109 and 16- 

29). 
N. H. — ML Washington {Mrs. Slosson) ; Canobie Lake {Dimmock). 
MASQ.—SwampscoU, Aug. 29, 1908; Lynn, Aug. 28, 1908; North 

Saugus. 

N. chaetoneura (Coquillett). 

Mb.— 3, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 6-Sept. 7. 

Mass.— 23, 29. Jime 26-Aug. 5. 

Snceromatis Townsend, 12-112. 

E. spinosa Townsend, 12-112 and 16-20. 
Mass. — North Andover, Aug. 21, 1908 {Clemons). 

Dkhoceropds Townsend, 16-178. 

D. oiientalis (Coquillett). 
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Otomasicera Townsend, 12-113. 
O, patella Townsend, 12-113 (adult not described). 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 8, 1909. 

MetatachiiiA Townsend, 19-588. 
M. mellifrons Townsend, 19-588. 
Me. — Sebago Lake, Sept. 8, 1914 (Toumsend). 

Compsihsra Bouch^, 1834. 
C. concinnata Meigen. 
Me.— 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 

19, 20, 21, 22. June 24-Sept. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

35. May 10-Sept. 20. 

Introduced and colonized by the U. S. Bureau of Entomology 
as a parasite of the Gipsy and Brown-tail Moths in 1906, it has 
increased and spread over a large part of New England. It also 
parasitizes at the present time (1923) upwards of one hundred of 
our native moths, butterflies, saw-flies, etc. See Howard and 
Fiske, 11-218; Burgess, 15-9; Culver, 1919. 

Zygobotfaria Mik. 
Z. nidicola Townsend, 08-99. 
Me.— 6, 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 14, 15. 
Mass.- 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

35. July-Aug. 

An imported parasite of the Brown-tail Moth, introduced in 
1906 and now widely distributed. Regarding its appearance in 
Connecticut Dr. W. E. Britton says: **Not introduced into the 
State, but taken at Canterbury and Waterford in 1917 and 
Stonington and Groton in 1918." See Meusebeck, 1922. 

Pelatea Townsend, 16-178. 

P. ruficomis Smith, 17-138. 

N. H. — Hampton, July 25 (Shaw). 

P. unicolor Smith, 17-137. 

Me.— 5, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. July 1-Sept. 13. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 17-Aug. 30. 

Parachaeta Ck>qiiillett. 
P. fusca Townsend, 16-11 (P. bicolor Coquillett, not Macquart; 

P. inermis CoquUlett, not Bigot). 
Mass. — Forest Hills, July 19 (Bequaeri). 

Blepharipeza Macquart. 
B adusta XiOew 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 22. May 2-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 9- 

Sept. 4. 

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B. leucophrys Wiedemann. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 15. May 12-Sept. 6. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 34. May 4-Sept. 4. 

Winthemia R.-Desvoidy. 

W. fumiferanae Tothill, 12-3. 
N. H.— Glen House, June 18, 1916. 
A parasite of the Spruce Budworm. 

W. quadripustulata (Fabricius). 

Me.— 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. June 6- 

Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

June 3-Sept. 20. 

Parasitic on the Army Worm, Tussock Moth, etc. 

W. vesiculata (Townsend), 16-28 (Trisisyropa vesiculata Town- 
send, 16-28). 
Me. — Lakehurst, Sebago Lake, Sept. 6, 1914. 

Muscopteryx Townsend. 
M. obscura Coquillett. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 8. 

Paimdidjrma Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

P. singularis Townsend. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 13. 

Metachaeta Coquillett. 
M. helymus (Walker). 
*'Maine'' (Walker). 

M. atra Coquillett. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 11, 15. Apr. 14-Sept. 7. 

Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 22-June 27. 

Blepharipa Rondani. 

B. scutellata R.-Desvoidy. 

Me.— 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 20, 21, 22. 

June 14- July 4. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

35. June 3-Aug. 4. 

Introduced from Europe and first colonized in 1907 (Howard 
and Fiske, 11-213 and 308). An important parasite of the Gipsy 
Moth. 

Acemyia R.-Desvoidy. 

A. dentata Coquillett. 

N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 18, 1904 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Wobum, June 11 (Barlow); Barnstable, July 5; Beverly. 

A. tibialis Coquillett. 

Mass. — Dedham, Sept. 14 (Aldrich det.) 



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iLoeir. 



E. tentalriz Loew. 

Masb.— Bo6ton {Jack); Tyngsboro, Aug. 26, 1923 (Fall); Mt. 
Tom, Sept. 22. 

Obolocen TowMend, 18-180. 

O. rapae (H. E. Smith) {H0mQ9ony€hm npae H. K Smith, 17* 

139). 
Mass. — Gipsy Moth LaboratcHy (Melrose Highlands), bred from 

the Cabbage Butterfly (ParUia rapae), Aug. 17, 1915. 



, Meigeii (TaMna of authofs). 

E. lanranim (Iimi6) (TaMna meOa Walker; T. mUUs Towmoid). 
Mb.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 22-July 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 23- 

Sept. 4. 

Parasitic on the Gipsy Moth, Tussock Moth, Forest T^t 
Caterpillar, etc. 



Chaetotachtea Brauer and ] 

C, aimulana (Meigen) (Tadiina rusUca of authors). 

Mb.— 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 19, 20, 21. 

June 18-Sept. 21. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34, 36. May 24- 

Sept. 4. 

Tarhiimmyia Townsend. 

T. robuata Townsend. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 13, 16. Vt.— 21. May 16-July 10. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 

16-July 4. 

Parasitic on the cutworm, Agraiis ypsiUm, etc. 

Daeochaeta Townsend. 

D. harveji Townsend. 
Me. — Orano. 

Neoflscheria Townsend, 08-74. 

W. flava Townsmd, 08-76. 

Conn.— New Haven, Aug. 18, 1910 (WaMen); Lyme, Aug. 28. 

Phorichaeta Rondani. 

P. sequax (Williston). 

Mb.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 16. Vt.— 16, 21. June »- 

Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 83. Conn.--3S. 

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Eutrichogena Townsend, 15-23. 

E. setipennis (Coquillett) {Tricogena setipennis Coquillett; Neo* 

phorichaeta johnsoni H. E. Smith, 1&-100). 
Me. — Northeast Harbor, July 26 (Dr, AfinoO ; Southwest Harbor, 

July 15; Machias, July 19. N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slossan), 

Vt.— Bolton Mt., Aug. 30 {Bryant). 

Gonia Meigen. 
G. aldrichi Tothill, 24-198. 
Mass.— Essex, Apr. 8, 1920 {FvUer). 

G. brevipulviUi Tothill, 24-211. 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands (Tothill). 

G. frontosa Say (G. capitata of authors, not De Geer). 
Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. Apr. 22-June 24. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
Mar. 31-June 15. 

G. sagaz Townsend. 
Conn.— Hartford (Tothill). 

G. senilis Williston. 

Conn.— New Haven, June 27, 1902 (E. J. S. Moore). 

G. cxul Williston (G. sequax Williston). 

Mb.— 6. N. H.— 11, 15. Aug. 16-Sept. 18. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 30. R. I.--33. Conn.— 35. Aug. 21-Sept. 23. 

G. setigera Tothill, 24-199. 

Mass.— ^««6x, May 20, 1920 (A. B. Fuller). 

Subgenus Cnephalogania Townsend, 16-178 and 16-306. 

G. distincta H. E. Smith, 15-99. 
Mb.— Mt. Desert, July 15-21. 

Mass. — Westport Factory, July 31; Provincetown, June 25; 
Petersham, Aug. 26. Conn. — Colebrook, July 15 (Wheeler). 

SpaHanzania R.-Desvoidy. 

S. bucephala (Meigen) (S. hebes Rondani, not Fallen). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, May 21; Wellesley, June 18 and 

Sherbom, Sept. 27 (Morse). R. I. — Button woods, June 15. 

Conn. — . 

S. hesperidarum Williston. 

Mb.— 4,9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19, 20. July 11-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 84, 35. June 
15-Oct. 8. 

Sugaediopds Townsend, 16-620. 

E. ocellaris Coquillett. 

N. H.— Durham. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Sept. 4, 1904. Conn. — . 



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E. serricolor Townsend. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 17. 

Chaetogaedia Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

C. analis Van der Wulp. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Sept. 20; Amherst; Salem, July 9. R. I.— 
Kingston, July 20 (Barlow). 

Dichrocera Williston. 

D« orientalis Coquillett. 
Mass. — ^Beverly (E. Burgess). 

Trichoiihora Macquart. 

T. ruficauda Van der Wulp. 

Mass. — Forest EUlls; Melrose Highlands, June 21; North Saugus, 
July 30; Amherst. Conn. — 

Cuiihocera Macquart (Sphyricera lioy). 

C. furcata (Van der Wulp). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, July 31 ; Amherst. 

Peleteria R.-Desvoidy. 

P. iterans (Walker) (P. tesseUata of authors). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 20. May 

30-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 34. May 20- 

Oct. 23. 

P. anaxias (Walker) {P. robiLsta of authors). 
Me.— 6,8. N.H.— 11,15. Vt.— 17, 19, 22. July 12-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 36. June 8- 
Sept. 18. 

P. confusa Ciu^ran. 

Me.— 8, 9. July 12-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 23, 27. July 24-Oct. 12. 

Archytas Jaennicke. 
A. analis (Fabricius). 
Me.— 2, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20, 21. 

Jime 24-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 34, 35. June 29-Sept. 6. 

A. aterrima (R.-De8voidy). 

Me.— 2, 6, 7, 8. * N. H.— 11, 14, 15. July 19-Sept. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
June 20-Oct. 4. 



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A. hystriz (Fabricius). 
N. H.— 15. July 30. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. July31-Sept. 
12. 

A. lateralis (Macquart). 
Mass. — . Conn. — . 

Fabriciella Bezzi, 1906. 

F. algens (Wiedemann) (Echinomyia cdgens of authors; Rhacho- 

gaster kermodei Townsend, 15-291 and 16-26). 
Me.— 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 19, 20, 21. 

June 10-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 25. Conn.— 34. June 24-Sept. 19. 

F. hispida Tothill, 24-265 {Evlarvaevora algens Townsend, 16-27) • 
Me.— 1, 3, 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. June 24-Sept. 25. 

F. piceifrons (Townsend) {Echinomydes piceifrons Townsend, 

16-25). 
Me.— 1, 9. N. H.— 11. Aug. 19-Sept. 20. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. Aug. 5-Sept. 14. 

F, montana (Townsend) (Fabriciodesmontana Townaend, 16-26). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 10-15. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 
ft., July 11; Glen House, July 16. 

F. dakotensis (Townsend). 

Me.— Sebago Lake {Tothill, 24-262). 

Mass.— Mt. Holyoke {Tothill, 24-262). 

F. dakotensis var. orientalis (Townsend) {Echinomyia florum of 
authors; Larvaevoropsis orientalis Townsend, 16-24). 

Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 20. June 20-Sept. 16. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
30-Oct. 16. 

F. pilosa Tothill, 24-263. 

N. H.— White Mts. {Scudder; U. S. Nat. Mus.; TothiU). 

Spalpus Rondani. 
E. signiferus (Walker). 
Me.— 5, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 19- 

July 19. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. Apr. 13-June 20. 

Bombyliopds Townsend, 15-23. 
B. abnspta (Wiedemann) {Bonibyliomyia abrupta of authors). 
Me.— 2, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 10- 

Sept. 20. 
Mass.— 23,27,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. Aug. 8-Sept. 19. 

Jurinia R.-Desvoidy. 
J, metallica R.-Desvoidy (/. adusta Van der Wulp). 
Conn. — New Haven; Lyme, Aug. 27, 1909 {Champlain). 



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J. decisa (Walker) {Echinomyia decisa of authors; Parardiyta$ 

decisa Brauer and Bergenstamm). 
ME.-4, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20, 21. July 

15-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 34. July 13-Sept. 1. 

Megapbosopidae. 
Microphthalma Macquart. 
M. disjuncta (Wiedemann). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 20. July 28-Sept. 11. 
Mass.- 24, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 27-Sept. 23. 
Bred from larvae of May Beetles, Phyllophaga (Davis, 19-78). 

M. pruinosa Coquillett. 
Vt.— Chelsea, May 31, 1916 {H. E. Smith). 
Mass. — Framingham. 
Bred from May Beetles, Phyllophaga (Davis, 19-81). 

Dexiidae. 

Rhynchodezia Bigot. 
R. confusa West, 24-185. 
N. H.— Durham. Vt.— Bolton Mt. {Bryant). 
Mass. — Chester; Rutland; Woods Hole. R. I. — Tiverton. 
Conn. — Storrs; Colebrook, July-Sept. {Wheeler). 

Paraprosena Brauer and Bergenstamm. 
P. apicalis R.-Desvoidy. 

Mass. — Wellesley {Morse). Conn. — Colebrook, July 17, 1921 
{Wheeler). 

Dezia Meigen {Zdia R.-Desvoidy). 
D. vertebrata Say. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass.— Fall River, July 21; Sherbom, Sept. 4, 1918; Ware, 
July 5 {F. E. Zeissig). 

Ateloglossa Coquillett. 
A. cinerea Coquillett. 
Mb. — Waldoboro {J. H. LoveU). 

A. wheeleri West, 24-186. 
Conn.— -Cokbroofc (Wheeler). 

Ptiiodeiia Brauer and Ba:genstamm. 

P. harpasa (Walker) {Ptilodexia tibialis of authors, not R.- 
Desvoidy). 

Me.— 2, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 20. June 7-Sept. 25. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 
June 10-Sept. 16. 
Parasitic on white grubs, the larvae of the May Beetles (DaviSr 

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P. neotibiaUs West, 24-184. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 15, 1904 {Bryant). Conn. — Colebrook 
(Wheeler). 

P. rufipennis Macquart. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

Myiocera R.-Desvoidy. 

M. isolata West, 24-188. 

N. H.— Hanover, July 4, 1908. 

M. novaeangiiae West, 24-189. 

Conn. — Colebrook (Wheeler); Darien, June 16, 1909. 

M. protrudens West, 24r-190. 
Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 3, 1909. 

Cholomyia Bigot. 

C. inaequipes Bigot (Thelairodes basalis Giglio-Tos, 9 ). 
Mass. — Waltham. 

A parasite of the Plum CurcuUo and other species of Conotra- 
chelus (see Quaintance and Jenne, 12-150). 

Sardiocera Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

S. valida (Wiedemann) (Theresia iandrec of authors, see Town- 
send, 12-117). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 28-July 17. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 34. July 18-Sept. 25. 

Thelaira R.-Desvoidy. 

T. nigripes (Fabricius) (T. leacozona Panzer). 

Me.— 5, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 18-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23,24,25,27,28,29,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
5-Oct. 4. 

Ochrocera Townsend, 16-18. 

O. vaginalis Townsend, 1&-18. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 10, 1920. N. H.— Base Station, Mt. 
Washington, Aug. 27-31, on flowers of SoHdago (Townsend). 

Protodezia Townsend, 12-117. 

P. synthetica Townsend, 12-117 and 1&-19. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Aug. 14, 1908 (demons). 

Eutheresia Townsend, 11-149. 

E. canescens (Walker). 

Mass.— Phillipston, Aug. 26, 1920 (G. C. Wheeler). 

E. montaaa West, 24-188. 

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Opsodeiia Townsend, 15-20. 

O.bicolor (Coqiiillett) {ChaeUma bicolor Coquillett, 99-221). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 21. June 5-^ept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27. June 15-Sept. 25. 

Phyllophila Townsend, 15-21. 

P. nitens (C!oquillett). 

N. H.— 11, 15. Aug. 3. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 27-Aug. 5. 

Arctophyto Townsend, 15-22. 

A. johnsoni West, 24r-187. 
Mass. — Concord, Aug. 7, 1920. 

A. regina West, 24-187. 

Mass. — Brookline, Sept. 6, 1904. 

Spathidezia Townsend, 12-110. 

S. clemonsi Townsend, 12-110. 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 15. June 27-July 24. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 28. June 28-Aug. 17. 

S. dunningi (Coquillett), Townsend, 15-366 {Hypostena dunningi 

Coquillett). 
Me.— 4, 10. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 20-July 25. 
Mass.— 24, 26. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 24. 

Epidezipsis Townsend, 16-308. 

E. orbitalis Townsend. 

Mass. — Wollaston, Sept. 5; West Springfield, Aug. 31. 

Estheria R.-Desvoidy. 

E. tibialis R.-Desvoidy. 

Me. — Bowlin Pond, Aug. 31 (Cushman); Grand Lake Stream, 

Aug. 16 (Morse) ; Mt. Desert, Sept. 6. 
Mass. — Rutland, July 31. 

Dinera R.-Desvoidy. 

D. futilis West, 24-191. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 10-Sept. 25. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 28- 

Sept. 7. 

Melanophora Meigen. 
M. roralis (Linn^). 
N. H. — Hampton, June 29 (Shaw). 
Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 6-Oct. 29. 

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Sarcophagidae. 

Amobiinae. 

Amobia R.-Desvoidy (Amobiopais Townsend, 15-20). 

A. aurata Coquillett. 

Me.— Capens, July 19. N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., July 
16; JafiFrey, June 18. 

A. confundens Townsend, 15-20 (A. distincta C!oquillett, 1897, 
not Townsend, 1892). 

N. H. — Holdemess. 

Mass.— Bashbish Falls, June 27, 1912. 

Brachycoma Rondani. 
(Laccopro8opa Townsend, 15-116; Evhrachycoma Townsend, 16-19.) 

B. apicalis C!oquillett. 

Mass. — Great Barrington, June 15, 1915. 

B. sarcophagina (Townsend). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 21-July 18. 

Mass. — Salem, July 7; Forest Hills, Boston, July 21, 1921. 

Parasitic in the nest of bumble bee, Bremus himaculatus (see 
O. E. Plath, Psyche, vol. 29, p. 194, 1922). 

Oppiopsis Townsend, 15-20. 

O. sheldoni (Coquillett) {Harbeckia tesseUata Aldrich, 16-47; 

Townsend, 18-20). 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, June 1 ; North Andover, July {H. E. 

Smith); Amherst. Conn. — Danbury, June 15. 

MUTOORAMMINAE. 

Metopia Meigen. 

M. leucocephala Rossi {M. luggeri Townsend). 
Me.-^, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. July 16-Aug. 22. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
23-Aug. 5. 

M. campestris (Fallen). 

Me.— 5, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 8-Aug. 21. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 1- 
Aug. 30. 

M. lateralis Macquart {Parametopia morrisoni Townsend, 16- 

619). 
Vt.— St. Albans, June 19, 1915. 

Euaraba Townsend, 15-20. 

E. grisea R.-Desvoidy {Araba tergata Coquillett). 
N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 21. June 19-Aug. 5. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 20- 
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OpsidiA Coqumett. 

O. gonioides Coquillett. 
N. H — 15. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 31, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 28- 
Sept. 8. 

ProdneOa R.-Desvoidy (EukOardla Townaend, 15-22). 

P. fulvicomis (Ck)quillett); see Allen, 24-92. 
N. H.— 11. 

Mass.- 24, 29, 30, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 25- 
Sept. 10. 

BtmiAcroiiycliiA Townsend. 

E. polita Townsend. 

N. H.— 15. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 31. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 8-Aug. 1. 

SlareUa Rondani. 

H. dira (R.-Desvoidy) (H. hilareUa and H. stphanina Zetterstedt). 

Mass. — West Springfield, Aug. 31 (H. E. Smith); Provincetown, 

June 25; Manomet, July 17 {Cushman); Westport, July 31. 

Pachyophtfaalmus Brauer and Bergenstamm. 

P. signatus (Meigen). 

Me.-^, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 18-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. May 18-July 16. 

Senotainia Macquart. 

S. trilineata Van der Wulp. 

Me— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt— 16, 19. June 21-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 24,27,28,29,30,31,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
15-Sept. 4. 

S. rubriventiis Macquart. 

Mass. — Framingham, Sept. 4 (FrosO ; Cohasset, July 15 (Bryant); 
Wollaston, Sept. 5. R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 25. 

S. litoralis Allen, 24-90. 

Mass. — Manomet, July 17, 1904 (Cushman). 

S. vigUans Allen, 24-89. 

Mass.— West Springfield, July 26, 1915 {H. E. Smith). 

Tazigramma Ferris, 1852. 
(Heteropterina Macquart; Naaonimyia Townsend, 16-819). 

T. nasoni (Coquillett). 

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Sarcophaoinae. 
Wohlfalirtia Brauer and Bergenstamm (Paraphyto Coquillett). 

W. vigU (Walker); see Aldrich, 1&-29. 

Me. — Presque Isle, July 20, 1921 (Edith M. Patch). 

Mass.— Wellfleet, Aug. 14-18, 1919 (C. W. J.). 

Argia R.-Deevoidy. 
A. affinis (Fallen). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 12. N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). 
Mass.— North Saugus, May 18 (H. E. Swi7/i) ; Wellesley, May 19 
{Morse). 

Sarcofahrtia Parker, 16-131 {Thdodi$cua Aldrich, 16-63). 

S. ravinia Parker, 1&-133 (T. indivisus Aldrich, 16-64 and 302). 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 34, 35. May 20-Aug. 20. 

S. atlantica Parker, 19-203. 

Conn.— Hamden, May 22, 1911 (Walden). 

Metoposarcophaga Townsend, 17-46. 

M. pachyprocta (Parker), 16-171 and 19-154 (Sarcophaga larga 

Aldrich, 1&-147). 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. June 9-Sept. 4. 

Chaetoravinia Townsend, 17-190 and 195. 

C. latisetosa (Parker), 14-63. 

Me.— 10. Vt.— 17. July 24-Aug. 30. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 15-Sept. 6. 

C. quadrisetosa (Coquillett). 
Conn. — . 

Helicobia Ck>quillett. 

H. helicis (Townsend). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 19. June 26- 

Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. May 15- 
Oct. 16. 

Sarcophaga Meigen. 
Subgenus Ciatudinomvia Townsend, 17-48. 

S. cistttdinis Aldrich, 16-278. 

As this species has only been bred from Box Turtles, the larva 
recorded by Packard, taken from a Box Turtle at Middleboro, 
Mass. (Amer. Nat., vol. 16, p. 589, 1882) and by Wheeler from a 
Box Turtle taken at Windsor, Conn., undoubtedly represent this 
species. Dr. Babcock bred this species from a Box Turtle in 
Boston, but the turtle originally came from Virginia. Four 
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Subgenus Oxyiareodexia Townsend, 17-194. 

S. dnganis Aldrich, 16-289. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 10 (Bryant) . Conn. — ^Danbuiy, June 15. 

Subgenus AcridiaphagaTownsNid, 17-46 (AnMyooryphenes Townsend, 17-lffi). 

S. amblycoryphae Coquillett, 04-187. 

Mass. — Springfield, bred from Amblycorypha otlongifolia by Dr. 
G. Dimmock. 

S. reyersa Aldrich, 16-138. 

Mass.— Melrose Highlands {H. E. Smith) ; New Bedford {Hough); 
Woods Hole (Sturtevant) . 

S. setigera Aldrich, 16-138. 

Mass.— Meht>se Highlands, June 23, 1909, and July 14, 1911 
(H. E. Smith). 

Subgenus Blaesoxipha Loew (Blaewxiphotheoa Townsend, 17-159). 

S. coloradensis Aldrich, 16-139 (B. caudata Townsend, 17- 

159,9). 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

Subgenus Ravinia R.-Desvoidy. 

S. communis (Parker), 14r-55. 

ME.--4, 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. May 24- 

Sept. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

Apr. 29-Sept. 22. 

S. peniculata (Parker). 

Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 19. May 30-Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 25- 
Sept. 22. 

Subgenus Sarcophaga Meigen. 

S. aldrichi Parker, 16-438. 

Me.— 3, 6. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 21. June 19-July 20. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29. June 7-July 9. 

S. atlanis Aldrich, 16-100 (TephromieUa franJdiniana Townsend, 

17-164,9). 
Me. — Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 18. N. H. — Frankliriy 

July 5. From the Common Field Grasshopper. 

S. bisetosa (Parker) (Bottcheria bisetosa Parker, 14-69). 
Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 13. Vt.— 19, 21. May 25-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. May 6-Sept. 7. 

S. buUata Parker, 16-359 (S. bison Aldrich, 16- plate 12). 

Me.-— 4, 6, 10. July 18-Aug. 20. 

Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. May 15-Aug. 30. 



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S. cimbicis Townsend (Bottcheria fernaldi Parker, 14-72). 
ME.--1, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16, 21. June 8-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 31. Conn.— 35. June l&-Oct. 20. 

S. dux sarracenicMdes (Aldrich); Parker, 19-41 (S. tvberosa var. 

sarracenioides Aldrich, 1&-227; S. sarraceniae CoquiUeftt, not 

Riley, Mrs. Slosson's Mt. Washington list). 
Me.— 10. N. H.— 11, 15. July 24-Aug. 27. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. June 25-Aug. 30. 

S. dux exuberans Pandel; Parker, 19-42 (S. tvberosa var. extt- 

berans Aldrich, 1&-232). 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 

S. dux harpax Pandel. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, reared from pupae of Gipsy Moths, 
imported from Japan (Parker, 19-45). 

S. excisa Aldrich, 1&-127. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, June 25, 1913 {Sturtevant). 

S. fletcheri Aldrich, 1&-96. 

Me.— Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 18, 1923. 

S. falculata Pandel. 

Mass. — Boston, Aug. 3; Sherbom (Morse); Cohasset, Aug. 1 
(Bryant). 

S. fossoria Pandel. 

Me.— Orr's Island, July 26, 1907. 

Mass. — Wellesley, June 4, 1915 (Morse); Forest Hills (Braes). 

S. haemorrhoidalis Fallen (S. georgina Wiedemann). 

N. H.— 13. Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 4-Oct. 4. 

S. houghi Aldrich, 1&-170. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough) ; Melrose Highlands (H. E. Smith). 

S. hunteri Hough (Protodexia synthetica Townsend, 16-19). 
Me.— 2. Vt.— 17. July 22-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. July 30-Sept. 8. 
Reared from grasshoppers. 

S. idonea Aldrich, 1&-90. 

Mass.— New Bedford, May 17, 1896, and July (Hough). 

S. johnsoni Aldrich, 16-162 (Wohlfahrtiopsis johnsoni Townsend, 

17-15). 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. June 17-Aug. 16. 

S. latistema (Parker) (Boettcheria latisterna Parker, 14-67). 
Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 20, 21. June 9-Aug. 23. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 19-Sept. 4. 



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S. scoparia nearctica Parker, 16-422 (S. scoparia Aldrich, 16-214 

and 302). 
Me.— 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 17, 19. June 21- 

Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. June 14-Sept. 

23. 

S. securifera Villeneuve. 

Mass. — Worcester (S. T. Oxion), 

S. sinuata Meigen {SarcotachineUa intermedia Townsend). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 19. June 11-Sept. 17. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 1-Sept. 23. 

S. uliginosa Kramer, 08-152. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands Laboratory, May 13, 1908 (reared); 

North Saugus, Sept. 29, 1909, and Lunenburg, July 14, 1914 

(see Aldrich, 16-165). 

Calliphoridae. 

Phorminae. 

Cochliomyia Townsend, 15-646. 

C. macellaria (Fabricius). The Screw-worm Fly. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. June 21-Sept. 3. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. Conn.— 34, 35. July 14-Oct. 9. 

Protocalliphora Hough. 

P. splendida form splendida Macquart (P. metallica Townsend> 
19-379; P. chrysarrhea of authors, not Meigen). The Blood- 
sucking Larva Fly. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Aug. 29-Sept. 8. 

Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 19-Sept. 29. 

P. splendida form stalls Shannon and Dobroscky, 24-251 (P. 

azurea of authors, not Fallen). 
N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison); Peterboro, Aug. 29, 1924 (C.F. 

Batchelder). 
Mass.— Wellesley, Aug. 10 (E. F. EvereU); Blue Hill (Banks); 

Sherbom, May 4 (E. J. Smith). Conn.— Staflford, Aug. 24 

(Britton). 

P. splendida form aenea Shannon and Dobroscky, 24-251. 
N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson). 

The larvae of this species are parasitic on nestling bluebirds, 
robins, brown thrashers, etc. 

P. hirudo var. cuprea Shannon and Dobroscky, 24-235. 
Mass. — Near Middleboro (J. S. Pfeil). From maggots in the 
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Phonnia R.-Desvoidy (Eupharmia Townsend, 19-542). 

P. regina (Meigen). 

Me— 1,5,6,7,8,9,10. N. H— 12, 13, 14, 15. Apr. 19-Sept. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
35. Mar. 29-Aug. 27. 

Protophonnia Townsend, 08-123. 

P. terraenovae (R.-Desvoidy). 

Me.— 4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Apr. 23-Aug. 29. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
35. Apr. 6-Aug. 9. 

Calliphorinas. 
Onesia R.-Desvoidy. 

O. aculeata Pandel. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Sept. 13 (Townsend) y see Shannon, 
23-14; Forest Hills, Boston, July 29, 1919 (Bequaert). 

Cynomyia R.-Desvoidy (CynomyopsU Townsend, 15-118). 

C. cadaverina R.-Desvoidy. 

Me.— 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— . Apr. 22- 

Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 30-Nov. 3. 

C. mortuoruin (Linn^). 

Me. — Oquossoc, July 1, 1912. 

Conn.— Westville, May 20, 1905 (Britton). 

C. flavipalpis Macquart. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

Calliphora R.-Desvoidy. The Blue-bottle Flies. 

C. vomitoria (Linn^). 

ME.--4, 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17. June 10- 

Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 29. R. I.— 33". Conn.— 34, 35. May 22- 

Oct. 5. 

C. Yomitoria var. nigribarbis Shannon, 23-116. 

Me.— 3, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 21. June 5-Sept. 22. 

Mass.- 26, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Apr. 27-Nov. 6. 

C. viridescens R.-Desvoidy. 

N.H.-^afiFrey, June 9, 1920. Vt.— Chittenden, Aug. 1 
(Beguaert) ; Mt. Equinox, June 5. 

C. erythrocephala (Meigen). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 17. June 15-Oct. 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 3-Oct. 5. 



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Lucilia R.-Desvoidy. " The Green-bottle FUes " (Shannon, 24-72). 

L. caesar (Linii6) (L. infuscata Townsend, 08-125: see Tothill, 

13-124). 
Me.— 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. 

July 1-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

June 17-Sept. 6. 

L. sylvarum Meigen (Bufolucilia syharum Townsend, 19-542). 
Me.— 2, 7, 8, N. H.— 14. Vt— 16, 20, 21. June 22-Aug. 20. 
Mass.- 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. June 17-Sept. 1. 

L. sericata Meigen. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 15, Vt.— 21. June 18-Aug. 1. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 
14-Oct. 13. 

POLLENnNAE. 

PollenU R.-Desvoidy. 

P. rudis (Fabricius). The Cluster Fly. 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 20, 21. Apr. 

15-Dec. 1. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

34, 35. Jan.-Dec. 

Muscidae. 

Stomoxtidinae. 

Stomozys Geofifroy. 

S. calcitrans (Linn6). The Biting House-fly. 
Me.— 1, 6. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. Apr. 27-Sept. 25. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 27-Oct. 31. 

Lyperosia Rondani (HaenuUobia of authors). 

L. irritans (Linn^) (H. serrata R.-Desvoidy). The Horn Fly. 
Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 23-Sept. 7. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. July 10- 
Aug. 9. 

Muscinae. 
Musca Linn6. 

M. domestica Linn6. The House Fly. 

Me.— 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 20, 22. July 

7-Sept. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 3- 

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Cryptolucilia Brauer and BergeDstamm {PseudopyreOia Girschner). 

C. caesarion Meigen (P. comicina authors, not Fabricius; see 

Bequaert, 22-90). 
Me.— 1, 6, 9, 10. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 20. Apr. 25- 

Sept. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 

35. Apr. 28-Oct. 10. 

Pyrellia R.-De8voidy. 
P. Serena (Meigen). 
Me.— 2,6,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 

22. June 14-Sept. 10. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 32. R. 1.-^3. Conn.— 35. Mar. 26- 
Oct. 30. 

Mesembrina Meigen. 
Subgenus Eumesembrina Townsend, 08-124. 

M. latreillei R.-Desvoidy (ilf. resplendena of authors, not 

Wahlberg). 
Me.— 4, 5, 6. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17, 21. June 24-Aug. 30. 

Morellia R.-Desvoidy. 

M. micans (Macquart). 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 17, 19. 

May-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

May 10-Sept. 5. 

Graphomyia R.-Desvoidy. 
6. maculata Scopoli. 
Me.— 1, 3, 4, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19, 20. 

June 9-Sept. 7. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. May 30-Sept. 6. 

Musdna R.-Desvoidy. 
M. assimilis (Fallen). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 13, 15. July 13-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 
2a-0ct. 31. 

M. stabulans (Fallen). The Stable Fly. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. Apr. 

22-Aug. 29. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

30-Aug. 19. 

M. pascuoruin Meigen. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 11, 13. Aug.-May. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. Aug.-April. 

A recently introduced species, appearing first in August, 1922 
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Myiospila Rondani. 

M« meditabunda (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1, 2, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 10-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 14- 
Aug. 5. 

Gasterophilinae. 
Gasterophilus Leach. 

G. intestinalis DeGeer (Gastrophilits equi of authors). The Horse 
Bot-fly. 

Me.— Orono; Waterville. N. H. — DubUn and Gilford (Harm 
Coll.) . Vt.— Mt. Mansfield, July 21 (Morse) ; Killington Peak, 
Aug. 23; Chelsea, Sept. 4. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 17; Cheshire (Beecrofl); Amherst, 
June; Readville, Sept. 4. Conn. — Suffield (L. H. Sikes) ; Corn- 
wall, July 12 (Chamberlain), 

Anthomyiinae. 

In the '^Faune de France'' (1923), "Anthomyides, " by E. 
Seguy, is presented for the first time a very comprehensive 
account of the flies of this subfamily. I have followed to a great 
extent the genera and their arrangement, although their order is 
reversed. If united the family Muscidae should be used instead 
of Anthomyiidae. 

Pseudophaonia Malloch, 23-234. 

P« orichalcea (Stein). 

Me.— 5. N. H.— 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 18-Aug. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. May 12-June 16. 

P. griseocaerulea Malloch, 23-235. 

N. H.— "T. D. 4335" = "Townsend Dissection "(White Mts.), 
Aug. 27, 1912 (Solidago flowers). 

Bigotomyia Malloch, 23-236. 
B. hougfai (Stein). 

ME.--1, 8, 10. N. H.— 11. July 8-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. July 1-Aug. 16. 

Dendrophaonia Malloch, 23-237. 

D. querceti Bouchi. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17, 1910. N. H.— Durham (W. & F.). 

Phaonia R.-Desvoidy. 

P. protuberans Malloch, 23-247. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, base to summit, June 11 to Aug. 16; 

Mt. Monadnock, June 22. 
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P. serva (Meigen). 

ME.--1, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 19, 21. June 4- 

Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 27. June 13-26. 

P. fratema Malloch, 23-251. 

Mass. — Lunenburg, May 19, 1916 (S. M. Dohanian). 

P. tipulivora Malloch, 23-252. 

N. H.— Halfway House, Mt. Washington, July 6, 1914. 
Mass. — Winchendon; Lunenburg; Raynham; Melrose Highlands. 
Apr. 29-May 21. 

P. pallidula Coquillett. 

Mass. — Barnstable, July 5, 1904. 

P. rufibasis Malloch, 19-207. 

Me. — Ashland Junction, Aug. 16; Mt. Desert, Aug. 6. N. H. — 

Hanover, July 6. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 3, 1911; Great Barrington, June 15. 

P. cayugae Johannsen, 17-327 (P. nigricans Johannsen, 16-395, 

not Stein, 1897). 
Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16. May 15-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 7-Sept. 1. 

P. errans Meigen. 

Me.— 1, 7. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19, 21. June 5-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. July 16-Sept. 19. 

P. errans var. completa Malloch, 23-258. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 26 and Sept. 10. N. H.— Base Station 

and Mt. Washington, July 3 to Aug. 15. 
Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 3. 

P. deleta (Stein). 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 21. June 24-July 28. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 8-Aug. 23. 

P. soccata Walker. 

Vt. — Manchester, June 9, 1910. 

Mass.— Chester, May 26, 1912. 

P. morrisoni Malloch, 23-264. 

N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19, 29, 21, 22. June 5-Aug. 23. 

Mass.— Petersham, Aug. 25, 1920 (L. H. Taylor), 

P. harti Malloch, 23-266. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, May 26. 

P. brevispina Malloch, 23-269. 

N. H. — Glen House, June 11, and summit of Mt. Washington, 
June 30, 1913. 

P. flavibasis Malloch, 19-208. 
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P. cttrvinervis Malloch, 23-275. 

Ck)KN.— New London, July 10, 1916 {B. C. 0«frum). 

P. apicata Johannsen, 16-3. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. X. H.— 11. Vt.— 20, 21. June 5-Aug. 2L 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 34. May 10-Aug. 9. 

P. apicata var. sottCaria (Stein), 18 (20)-15. 

N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 5-11. 

Mass.— 23, 27. June 16-Sept. 6. 

P. apta Stein, 18 (20)-4. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 7, 1902. 

P. bysia (Walker). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 22. June 7-Aug. 4. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. June 20-Aug. 25. 

P. latkomis Malloch, 22-279. 

Vt. — Dummerston, July 14, 1908. 

P. foaca (Stein). 

Me.— Fort Kent, Aug. 19, 1910. N. H.— Hanover, July 6, 1908. 

Mass. — Sharon, Aug. 25; Concord, Apr. 20; Woods Hole, July 25. 

P. vagans Fallen. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slossan). 

Phaonia abacta Giglio-Tos and Mydaea rufusa Giglio-Tos, re- 
corded from Mt. Washington by Mrs. Slosson, are undoubtedly 
wrong determinations. 

Alloeostyliit SchnabL 
A. diaphanus Wiedemann (A, signia Walker). 
Me.— 3, 5, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19. June 21- 

Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-Sept. 23. 

Dialjfta Meigen. 
D. flavitibia Johannsen, 16-395 (Z). rufitibia Stein, 20-23). 
Me.— 5, 7, 8, 9. June 10-July 21. 

Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. June 
15-Aug. 26. 

Trichopticus Rondani. 

T. latipennis Malloch, 20-158. 

Me.-^. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 21,22. June 24-July 17. 

Mass.— 23. June 16-18. 

T. johnsoni Malloch, 20-160. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., Aug. 16; Glen House, Aug. 3; 

Franconia. 
Mass. — North Adams, June 18, 1906. 

T. conformis Malloch, 20-157. 

N. H.— Base Station, Mt. Washington, Aug. 15, 1916. 

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T. spiniger Stein, 04-428. 

Me— Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 11-17 (Blake). N. H.— Mt. Wash- 

ington, 2000 to 5000 ft., July 6-Aug. 16. Vt.— Chittenden 

(North Pond, 2500 ft.), Aug. 1 (BequaeH). 

Stein is evidently wrong in uniting this with T. septentrionalis 
Stein, 18 (20)-20. 

T. ixmocuus Zetterstedt. 

Me.— Capens, July 11 ; Mt. Desert, July 15. N. H.— Mt. Wash- 
ington, 4000 ft., July 15. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock (summit), June 15. 

This was referred to Lasiops cunctans in Mrs. Slosson's list, 

according to a specimen received from her. A, nigrifrons Walker 

of the same Ust probably represents this species also (see Stein on 

Walker's types). 

T. curvipes Stein, 18 (20)-19. 
Mass. — Ljrnn, Aug. 23 (Bezzt). 

Rhynchotrichops Schnabl. 

R. subrostrata Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 5000 ft. July 4-Aug. 16. 

Pogonomyia Rondani. 

P. flavinervis Malloch, 16-35 and 21-120 (Spilogaster nitens Stein, 
1897, not Macquart, 1846; P.flavipennis Stein, 18 (20)-21). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 22. N. H.— Hampton, July 25 (Shaw); 
Durham, June 5 (Bridwell). Vt. — Burlington, June 24. 
The type locality "Afa««." should read ''Toronto," see 

Aldrich, 18-180. 

Hydrotaea R.-Desvoidy. 

H. militaris Meigen (H. implexa Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 20, 21. 

June 23-Sept. 9. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 27- 

Aug. 9. 

H. houghi Malloch, 16-111. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 13, 14. Vt.— 19. June 9-Sept. 9. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. May 26-Aug. 12. 

H. cristata Malloch. 

Me. — Eastport, July 14; Machias, July 19. 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough); Boston, Sept 12; Auburndale, 
May 22. 

H. occulta Meigen. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington. 

H. metatarsata Stein. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 



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H. armipes Fallen. 

N. H.— 12, 15. July 7-16. 

Mass.— 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 9. 

H. meteorica (Linn£). 

Me. — ^Machias, July 21. Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

Conn. — Oxford, May 21. 

Ophyra R.-Desvoidy. 
O. leucostoma (Wiedemann). 
Me.— 2, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 18, 20. 

May 27-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 15- 

Aug. 22. 

Fannia R.-Desvoidy {Homalomyia Bouch^). 

F. abrupta Malloch, 24-423. 

N. R.—ML Washington, July 8, 1914. 

F. aethiops Malloch, 13-628. 

N. H.-^" White Mountains" (Morrison). 

F. canicularis (Linn^). 

Me.— 3,6,8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 21. Apr. 24-July 25. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Feb. 28-Oct. 29. 

F. carbonaria (Meigen). 

Me.-4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 13- July 30. 

F. depressa Stein. 

Me.— Orr's Island, July 25. N. H. — Franeonia. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough), 

F. flavibasis Stein. 
N. H. — Franeonia. 

F. fuscula Fallen. 

Me.— 3, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 12, 15. June 17-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 9- Aug. 4. 

F. incisurata Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 19-Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. May 22-Sept. 4. 

F. genualis Stein, 95-126. 

N. H.—** White Mountains" (Morrison); Malloch, 13-630. 

F. kowarzii (Verrall) ; see Malloch, 13-609. 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. June 10-July 19. 
Mass.— 23, 24. June 15-Sept. 20. 

F. laevis Stein. 

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F. manicata Meigen. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slossan); Hampton, Sept. 10, Oct. 1 
(Shaw). 

F. minutipalpis Stein. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 18, 19, 22. June 7-Aug. 26. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 24-Aug. 28. 

F. momsoni Malloch, 13-627. 

N. H. — "White Mountains" {Morrison). 

F. pallidiventris Mallooh, 24-422. 
Vt.— Mt. Aseutney, July 11, 1908. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, July 25. 

F. polychaeta Stein. 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 

F. postica Stein. 

N. H.— "White Mountains" {Morrison); Malloch, 13-627. 

F. pretiosa Schiner (see Malloch, 13-630). 

Me. — Machias, July 25, 1909. Vt. — Mt. Aseutney, July II, 

1908. 
Mass.— Chester, July 25, 1913; Sharon, Aug. 3, 1904. 

F. pusio (Wiedemann) ( Homalomyiafemorata Loew; see Malloch, 

13-623). 
N. H.— . 
Conn. — . 

F. scalaris (Zetterstedt). 

Me.— 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. May 5-July 25. 
Mass.- 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 17- 
Aug. 15. 

F. serena Fallen. 

Me.— 1, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. June 15-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. May 30-Aug. 13. 

F. sociella (Zetterstedt) (see Malloch, 13-627). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18, 19. July 6-Aug. 27. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. July 8-Oct. 13. 

Coelomyia Haliday. 

C. subpellucens (Zetterstedt) {Homalomyia flavaria Coquillett). 
Me. — Eastport, July 15; Mt. Desert, June 27. N. H. — Mt. 

Washington ('*Glen" to siunmit), June 11-July 8. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock (siunmit), June 15, 1906. 

Platycoenosia Strobl. 
P. miki Strobl. 
Me. — Bar Harbor, July 20. 



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Azelia R.-Desvoidy. 
A. cilipes Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 22. July 2-Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 23, 24. R. I.— 33. May 28-Aug. 7. 

A. gibbera Meigen. 

N. H. — Hampton (Shaw). 

Mass. — . 

A. triquetra Macquart. 

N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 19, 20, 21, 22. June 19-Aug. 27. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Aug. 4-28. 

Hebecnema SchnabL 

H. aflhiis Malloch, 21-214. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18, 19. June 15-Aug. 15. 

H. pallipes Malloch, 20-269. 

Mass.— Chester, Aug. 7; Aubumdale, June 22, Oct. 1. 

H. umbratica (Meigen). 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 22. July 14-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 32. R. I.— 33. June 12-Aug. 9. 

H. vespertina (Fallen). 

Me.— 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19. June 3-Aug. 27. 

Mass.— 27, 32. R. I.— 33. May 30-Dec. 25. 

Mydaea R.-Desvoidy, 

M. nubila Stein {Spilogmter obscura Stein, 1897, not Van der 

Wulp). 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, May 26, Aug. 23. 

M. rugia Walker. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 to 5000 ft., June 13-July 16. 

M. flavicomis Coquillett. 

N. H.— 12, 14. June 12-July 6. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 22-Aug. 9. 

M. occidentaUs Malloch, 20-134. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. July 7-Aug. 15. 

Mass.— 23. R. I.— 33. June 22-27. 

M. persiinilis Malloch, 20-134. 

N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16, 21. June 3-July 11. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 16-Aug. 9. 

M. impedita Stein, 18 (20)-33. 
Mab8— Woods Hole, July, 1900. 

M. brevipUosa Malloch, 20-135. 

Vt. — Manchester, June 4; St. Albans, June 21; Brattleboro, 

July 15. 
Conn. — Stonington (BriUon), 



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M. discimana Malloch, 20-136. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 21. June 8-Aug. 6. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 2^ 
Aug. 14. 

M. neglecta Malloch, 20-136. 

Vt.— 20. July 11. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 15-Sept. 6. 

M. hirtiyentris Malloch, 20-269. 
Mb. — Mt. Desert, June 17-Aug. 16. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 6. 

M. pagana (Fabricius). 

Mb. — Machias, July 19; Bar Harbor, June 7. N. H. — ^Jaffrey, 
June 8. 

M. urbana (Meigen). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 8-July 18. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26- 
Sept. 4. 

Helina R.-Desvoidy (SpilogoBler Macquart). 

H. marmorata Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 7,8. N.H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20, 21. June 5-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. June 14-July 27. 

H. lucorum Fallen. 

Me.— 3, 4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 21. June 

11-Aug. 27. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-July 7. 

H. multisetosa Schnabl. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. Aug. 15-Sept. 14. 

H. nigripennis (Walker) {Aricia nitida Stein). 

Mass.— Cohasset, June 1 (Bryant); Provincetown, June 25. 

H. nigricans Stein. 

Me.— 1,8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 22. June 22-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Aug. 4-Sept. 1. 

H. duplicata Meigen. 

Mb.— 3. N. H.— 11. July 12-31. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. June 10-July 12. 

H. nifitibia Stein. 

Vt.— Mt. Aseutney, July 11, 1908. 

H. pectinata Johannsen, 16-396. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 22, 1919. 

H. brevis Stein. 

Me.— Eastport, July 14; Southwest Harbor, July 13. 

H. consimilata Malloch, 20-144. 
Mass.— New Bedford (Hough). 



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H. mimetica Malloch, 20-142. 

Mb. — Mt. Desert, June 7-17. N. H. — Glen House, June 13. 

Mass. — ^North Adams, June 18; Dover, June 27. 

H. neopoeciloptera Malloch, 20-139 {A. poeciloptera Malloch, 

18-271, not Stein). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 to 5000 ft., July 16-21. 
Mass.— Sharon, May 26, 1908. 

H. obscurinervis Stein. 

Me. — Waterville (Hitchinga). N. H. — Hampton, Sept. 1-Oct 9 
{Shaw); Durham, June 13. 

H. abiens Stein. 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough) ; Woods Hole, Aug. 19; Nantucket, 
July 23 {Cushman). 

H. uniseta Stein. 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 9-Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 28, 32, R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 10- 
Sept. 22. 

H. Johnson! Malloch, 20-141. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 14. June 7-22. 

Mass.— 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 29-June 29. 

H. fulvisquama Zetterstedt {H, ivbercvlaia Malloch, 19-277). 
N. H. — ^Base Station, Mt. Washington, July 7. 

H. lysinoe Walker {S. amoeba Stein). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 12, 13, 15. June 15-^ept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. May 30-Oct. 29. 

H. uliginosa (Fallen). 
Mass.— Boston, Aug. 29. 

H. exiUs Stein, 18 (20)-30. 

Mass. — . 

H. obscuripes Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— White Mts. {SUsin), 04-449. 

H. humeralis Zetterstedt. 

N. H. — Franconia. 

Mass. — New Bedford, from Hough Coll. {Stein). 

Lispoides MaUoch, 20-146. 

L. aequifrons (Stein) (L. aequalis Malloch, 21-61, not Stein). 
N. H.— Hampton, June 11, 1923 {Shaw); Peterboro, Sept. 6, 1924 

(C. F. Batchelder). 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 16-Sept. 12; Blue Hill, June 6. 

Limnophora R.-De8voidy. 

L. discreta Stein (see Marchand, 23-58). 
N. H. — Franconia. 



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L. narona Walker. 

N. H. — Hampton, June 20 (Shaw). 

Mass.— 26, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 19-July 30. 

Spilogona Schnabl and Dziedzicki {Melanochelia Rondani). 

S. aerea (Fallen). 

Me. — Machias, July 17; Southwest Harbor, June 21; Mt. Katah- 

din, July 30 (Blake). 
Mass.— Wellesley, Oct. 13 {Morse). 

S. acuticomis Malloch, 20-147. 
Me.— Machias, July 17, 1909. 

S. alticola Malloch, 20-153. 

Me. — Princeton, July 12; Bar Harbor, June 7. N. H. — Mt. 

Washington, Glen House and Bretton Woods, June 28-Aug. 3; 

Mt. Monadnock, June 26. 

S. argenticeps Malloch, 24-200. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., Aug. 8. 

S. carbonella (Zetterstedt). 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

S. caroli Malloch, 20-154. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 17-Aug. 17; Capens, July 14. N. H. — 
Jafifrey, June 8. Vt. — Mt. Ascutney, July 11, 1908. 

S. cUvicoU Malloch, 20-155. 

Me.— Eastport, July 16; Mt. Desert, June 11-20. N. H.— 

Cornish, July 13. Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5. 

S.litorea (Fallen). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

S. monticola Malloch, 20-152. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington, Tuckerman's Ravine, July 4; Carriage 
Road, 2500 ft., July 24. 

S. novaeangliae Malloch, 20-151. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 4000 ft., July 4; Bretton Woods, Base 
Station and Glen House, June 11-Aug. 15. 

S. suspecta (Malloch), 20-154. 
Me.— Capens, July 19, 1907. 

S. tetrachaeta (Malloch), 20-153. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, June 15-Jidy 30; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 17 
(Blake). 

S. torreyae (Johannsen), 16-391. 

N. H. — Hanover, July 6. Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 3-9. 



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Paralimnophora Malloch. 

P. velutiiia (Malloch), 20-147, also 21-62 (Paralimnophora brun- 

neisquama Malloch, 1^-605, not Zetterstedt). 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 17. June 14-July 19. 
Mass.— 23. June 15-27. 

LlmnoBpOA SchnabL 

L. albifrons Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. June 14-Aug. 23. 

Mass.— 26, 29, 30, 32. July 14-Aug. 2. 

PhyUogaster Stein. 

P. cordyluroides Stein. 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. July 24-Aug. 31. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 28-Sept. 5. 

P. robustus Johnson, 17-148 (P. maxima Stein, 20-59). 
Mass.— 26, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 17-Aug. 2. 

Tetramerinx Berg, 1898. 
(Tetrachaeta Stein, not Ehremberg; Partuieinia Cockerel!, 05--361.) 

T. unica Stein. 

Me.— 9. Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 26, 28. 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 5-Sept. 9. 

Lispocepliala Pokorny. 
L. alma Meigen. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Sept. 6. N. H. — Passaconaway, Sept. 12, 
1912 (Cxishman). 

L. alma var. pallipalpis Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 20. Mar. 3-Oct. 27. 

Mass.— 27. Nov. 18. 

L. erythrocera R.-Desvoidy (Anthomyza lacteipennis Zett., 

Dipt. Scand, vol. 4, 1722). 
Me.— 3, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Apr. 22-Aug. 30. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 

23-Nov. 30. 

It was also taken in a greenhouse in Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 23, 
feeding on "white flies." 

L. yema (Fabricius). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett 

Lispa LatVeille. 
L. albitarsis Stein. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. June 13-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. June 25-Oct 18. 



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L. johnsoni Aldrich, 138. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, Sept. 13, 1922. N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 20, 

1914 (Shaw). 
Mabs. — Cohassetf Sept. 9 (Bryant). 

L. nasoni Stein. 

Mass. — Cohasset, Sept. 9 (Bryant). 

L. palposa Walker. 

Mass. — Plymouth, July 28; Gloucester, June 20. 

L. sociabilis Loew. 

Mb.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 13-Aug. 5. 

Mass.— 27, 29. June 27-Aug. 3. 

L. tentaculata DeGeer. 

Me. — Princeton, July 12; Mt. Desert, July 15-Sept. 13. 

Mass. — Dartmouth, Feb. 24 (Boston) ; Sharon, Aug. 3. 

L. uliginosa Fallen. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 13-Aug. 20. N. H.— Mt. Washington 
(Mrs. Slosson). 

Fucellia R.-Desvoidy. 

P. maritima Haliday (Ftxellia fucorum of authors, not Fallen). 

The "Kelp Fly." 
Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. Mar. 27--July 15. 
Mass.- 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

Jan. 3-Nov. 30. 

Chirosia Rondani. 
C. capito Coquillett. 
N. H. — Hampton, Sept. 1 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Ipswich Beach, Aug. 12 (FvJler) ; Provincetown, Sept. 21 

(BryarU). 

Anthomyia Meigen. 
A. pluvialis (Linn£). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— . May 8-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 25-Sept. 22. 

Calythea Schnabl and Dziedzlcki. 

C. separata Malloch, 24-198. 

N. H.— 15. 

Mass.— 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 27-Aug. 24. 

C. albicincta (Fallen). 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). Conn.— Colebrook, July 21 
(Viereck). 

Anthomyiella Malloch. 

A. pratincola (Panzer). 

Me.— 1. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 21. June 22-Aug. 19. 

Mass.- 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24-Oct. 16. 



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Pegomyia R.-Desvoidy. 

P. afllnis Stein (P. vicina Stein, not Lintner). 
Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. Apr. 26-Sept. 24. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 
15-Sept. 4. 

P. bicolor Wiedemann. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 21; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 24 (Blake). 
Mass. — ^Wellesley, May 21 (Morse). Conn. — Windsor, larva in 
sorrel, emerged July 15 (M. P. Zappe). 

P. calyptrata Zetterstedt. 
N. H.— 11, 12, 14. June 8-July 6. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 15- 
July 23. 

P. conneza Stein, 20-68 (P. emmesia Malloch, 20-179). 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 11-Aug. 21. 
Mass.- 23, 28. Conn.— 36. Jime 16-July 2. 

P. finitima Stein. 

N. H. — Hampton, May (Shaw). 

Mass.— Wellesley, July 5, 1919 (Morse). 

P. fuscofasciata Malloch, 20-178. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 21. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. May 28-Aug. 14. 

P. geniculata Bouch^. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 18, 21. June 5-July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 6-28. 

P. hyoscyami Panzer (P. vicina Lintner). 
Me.— 6,6,8,9. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. Vt.— 17. May 10-July 22. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 36. May 1-Sept. 9. 
The larva mines the leaves of beets. 

P. juvenilis Stein. 

Me.-^,5,7,8. N.H.— 11,12. Vt.— 16,20. June 21-July 30. 

Mass.— 23, 32. R. I.— 33. June 9-Aug. 6. 

P linsia walker 

N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 19, 21, 22. May 25-^ept. 11. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 10-Aug. 28. 

P. UttoraUs Malloch, 20-127. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 16-26; Princeton, July 12. 

P. luteola Malloch, 20-175. 

Me.— Eastport, July 14; Machias, July 21; Mt. Desert, July 

12-24. 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 9, 1912. 

P. rubivora Coquillett. 

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P. slossonae Malloch, 20-127. 

N. H .— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., June 14. 1916. 

P. triseta Malloch, 20-177. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. May 22-Sept. 21. 

P. unicolor Stein. 

Yt. — St. Albans, June 21; Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 3; Great Barrington, June 14. 

P. vittigera Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 18. June 21-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Aug. 8-23. 

P. winthemi Meigen (P. IcUitarsis Zetterstedt). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 7-Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 27, 31, 32. Aug. 2-4. 

Eremomyoides MaUoch, 21-76. 

E. cylindrica (Stein). 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 15. Apr. 15-May 13. 

Mass.- 24, 26, 27, 28, 32. Apr. 3-June 1. 

Acroptena Pokomy. 
A. ambigua (Fallen). 

Me.— 3, 7, 8, 9. Vt.— 20. June 13-Aug. 5. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30- 
Aug. 27. 

Hydrophoria R.-Desvoidy. 

H. arctica Malloch, 19-690. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, "Alpine Garden," 5000 ft., Aug. 16, 
1916. 

H. proxima Malloch, 20-171. 

Me. — Machias, July 21; Princeton, July 12; Bar Harbor, June 13. 

H. uniformis Malloch, 18-297. 

Conn.— Yalesville, Oct 19, 1903 {Viereck). 

Eustalomyia Kowarz. 
E. vittipes Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 12, 14, 15. June 18-July 21. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 6-Sept. 18. 

E. brixia Walker {E. histrio Zetterstedt?). 

Me.— Northeast Harbor, July 16, 1909 (Dr. C. S. Minot) . N. H.— 

Glen House, June 14, 1916. 
Mass. — Southbridge (Bromley); Great Barrington, June 16; 

Medford and Blue Hill, July 3-16. 

Proboscimyia Bigot (Dolichogloaaa Stein). 

P. siphonina Bigot. 

Mass. — Nantucket, Sept. 8. 



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Hylemyia R.-Desvoidy. 
H. alcathoe (Walker). 
Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 19, 21. 

June 13-Aiig. 19. 
Mass. — 2Z. June 8-Aug. 9. 

H. antiqua (Meigen) {H. ceparum Meigen;H. cepeiorum Meade). 

The Onion Maggot. 
Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 16. June 8-Aug. 21. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 2^Aug. 20. 

H. brassicae Bouch^. The Cabbage Maggot. 
Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Apr. 20-July 13. 
Mass.— 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. SO-July 16. 

H. coenosiaeformis Stein, 04-477. 

Me.— 1,7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. June 23-Aug. 19. 

H. depressa Stein. 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 20, 22. 

June 24-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 25-Aug. 9. 

H. innocua Malloeh, 20-186. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 18-20; Oquossoe, July 1. 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough), 

H. inornata Stein. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 21. June 4-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 19. 

H. johnsoni Stein. 

N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 26. Vt. — Manchester, June 8; 

St. Albans, June 19. 

Mass. — Sharon, July 7. Conn. — Branford, June 13 (WaUen), 

H. latipennis Zetterstedt. 

ME.-4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. May 2fr- 

July 12. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. Conn.—. June 4-Aug. 4. 

H. megacephala Malloeh, 20-188. 
Mass. — ^Aubumdale, May 22. 

H. pluviaUs Malloeh, 18-130. 

Me. — Penobscot Co. (Section 2, Range 7), Aug. 2 (J. A.Cushman), 

H. sinuata Malloeh, 24-196. 

Ma8Q— Newton, May 15, 1920 (C. A. White). 

H. testacea Stein. 

N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison), Stein, 04-479. 

H. trivittata Stein (H. longicauda Malloeh, 9 ). 
Me.— 1, 7. N. H.— 12. July 4-Aug. 19. 
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H. variata (Fallen). 

N. H. — Hampton, Apr. 16 (Shaw). 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough), 

Subgenus Pycnoglossa Coquilletti 1901 (Pogonomyza Schnabl and Dziedzicki, 

1911). 

H. flavipennis (Fallen). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 20. June 13-July 21. 

Mass.— 25, 26. July 4-8. 

H. proboscidalis Malloch, 21-79. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 18. June 21-July 12. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-Aug. 9. 

Subgenus Pareglea Schnabl and Dziedzicki. 

H. aestiva (Meigen). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, July 11. 

H. cinerella (Fallen). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12. June 12^July 12. 

Mass.— 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 6-July 25. 

H. radicum (Linn^). 

Me.— 1, 6, 7. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. June 8-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 16-Oct. 16. 

Subgenus Egle R.-Desvoidy. 

H. muscaria (Meigen). 

N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 26 (,Shaw); Durham, Mar. 23, 1924 

(Lowry). 
Mass. — Winchendon, Apr. 25, 1904 (Russell) ; Sherborn, Apr. 3, 

1910 (E. J. Smith); Dartmouth, Apr. 25, 1916 (N. S. Eastan). 

Subgenus ChortophUa Macquart (Phorhia of authors). 

H. cilicrura Rondani (Phorhia fv^dceps of authors, not Zetter- 
stiedt). The ''Seed-corn Maggot*' (Hawley, 23-944). 

Me.— 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 21. 
May 10-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 
34, 35. May 8-Oct. 29. 

H. trichodactyla Rondani. 
Me. — Bar Harbor, July 19. 

Mass. — Wellesley, June 13 (Morse). R. I. — Providence, Sept. 1 
(Davis). 

H. laevis Stein. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

H. betarum Lintner (H. substriata Stein, 20-92). 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 



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H. bicaudatus Malloch, 20-193. 

N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 25, 1907 {Shaw). 

H. longipalpis Malloch, 24-197. 
Me. — WaterviUe, May 11 {Hitchinga). 

H. fabricii Holmgren. 

N. H.— White Mts. {CoquiUeU). 

Prosalpia Pokorny. 
P. angustitarsis Malloch. 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 14. July 12-Sept. 1. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27. June 10-Sept. 4. 

P. silvestris (Fallen) {Anthomyia grisea Walker?). 

Me.— 1,4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 19, 20, 21. June 

16-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 27, 28. Conn.— 34. June 16-Aug. 6. 

Hylephila Rondani {Hammomyia of authors, not Rondani). 

H. marylandica Malloch, 21-78. 

N. H.— Mt. Washmgton, 3800 ft., Aug. 6 (IF. Reiff). 

H. obtusa Zetterstedt {H. palvdis Johannsen, 17-323). 
Mass. — Melrose Highlands, Apr. 2 {Preston); Essex, Apr. 19 
{Fuller). 

H. setigera Johannsen, 16-387. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15. Conn. — ^Darien, Jime 11. 

H. unilineata Zetterstedt. 

Mass.— New Bedford, Apr. .17 {Hough); Maiden, Apr. 16. 
Conn. — South Meriden, Mar. 15. 

Macrophorbia Malloch. 

M. houghi Malloch, 20-173. 

N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 26. 

Mass.— Sherbom, Apr. 30-May 26 {E, J, Smith) ; Meb-ose High- 
lands, May 3; Danvers, May 19; New Bedford, May 10 
{Hough). 

Neodexiopsis Malloch, 20-162. 

N. basalis (Stein) {Dexiopsis basalts Stein). 
Mass. — Ipswich Beach, Aug. 12 {Fuller); Eastham, June 27. 
Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 16 {Viereck). 

Macrorchis Rondani. 

M. ausoba (Walker) {Coenosia aurifrons Stein). 

Me.— 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 21, 22. 

June 22-Sept. 18. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26- 

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Xenocoenosia MaUoch. 

X. calophaga (Loew); MaUoch, 20-162. 
N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs, Slosson). 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 16 
(Viereck). 

Coenosia Meigen. 
C. calopyga Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 
Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 15 {Viereck). 

C. compressa Stein, 04-489. 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 12, 13. July 7-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 32. June 28-Aug. 26. 

C. denticomis Malloch, 20-164. 
N. H.— Glen House, June 11, 1916. 

C. errans Malloch, 21-204 (C. flavipes Stein, 1897, not Williston, 
1896, = C. steinii Johnson, 1913, not Verrall, 1912). Although 
Stein (20-104) considers his C. flavipes the same as C. hypopy- 
gialiSf I think he is in error. 

N. H.— Glen House, July 2; Mt. Monadnock, June 22; Pelham, 
Sept. 11 {Bridwell). 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 23. R. I.— Kingston, July 17-25 
(Barlow), 

C. flavicoxa Stein. 

Me.— 3. N. H.— 12, 13. Vt.— 17. June 25-Sept. 10. 

Mass.- 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 14— July 12. 

C. fuscifrons Malloch, 19-96. 

Me.— 1, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 22. June 11-Sept. 10. 

Mass.- 23. July 25. 

C. hypopygialis Stein. 

N. H.— Glen House, July 3. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough); Cohasset, June 1 (Bryant), 

C. humilis Meigen (C, nana Zetterstedt). 

N. H.— Hampton, May 24 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Forest Hills, June 21, in greenhouse (H. A. Preston); 

Waban, Apr. 1 (Reiff) ; New Bedford (Hough) ; Woods Hole. 

CoNN.---Suffield (Dimmock). 

C. lata Walker (C. canescens Stein). 

Me.— 6, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

Although Stein (20-103) questions the identity of the two 
species, I think there is Uttle doubt but that they are the same. 

C. modesta Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19. N. H.— Claremont, May 20. Vt.— 
BurUngton, June 24. 



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C. nivea Loew. 

N. H.— Manchester, June 6, 1910. 

Mass. — Cheshire, June 21, 1906. 

C. iiigrescens Stein. 

Me.— Orono, Sept. 12; Mt. Desert, June 20-Sept. 7; Mt. Katah- 
din, Aug. 17 (Blake), Aug. 21 (Alexander), N. H. — Franconia 
(Mrs. Slosson). 

C. nudiseta Stein. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. June 17-Aug. 28. 

C. solita Walker. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs, Slosson). 

C. rufitibia Stein, 17-161 and 20-105 (C. tibialis Stein, 1897, not 

Macquart, 1843). 
Conn. — . 

Caricea R.-Desvoidy. 

C. albicomis Meigen. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 

Conn. — . 

Macrocoenia Malloch, 20-162. 
M. triseta (Stein). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18. June 17-July 24. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 32. May 30- June 15. 

Hoplogaster Rondani. 
H. nigritarsis Stein. 
Me.— 1, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13. Vt.— 17, 21, 22. July 7- 

Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. June 15-Sept. 4. 

H. morrisoni Malloch, 24-172. 

N. K.— White Mts. (Morrison), U. S. Nat. Mus. 

Bithoracochaeta Stein. 

B. leucoprocta (Wiedemann) (Caricea antica Walker; C. irmgnis 

Stein, see Malloch, 21-107). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson); White Mts. (Morrison), 

Stein, 04-452. 

Schoenomyza Haliday. 

S. chrysostoma Loew. 

Me.— 3, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 20. May 14-Aug. 21. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 29-Sept. 6. 

S. dorsalis Loew. 

Me.— 3, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 18. June 27-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. May 24-Aug. 30. 



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S. UtoreUa (Fallen) 

Me. — Kineo, Aug. 17; Mt. Desert, July 12. 

Mass. — New Bedford, Aug. 8 (Hough); Provincetown, June 25. 

SCATOPHAGIDAE. 

Cordllim Fallen. 
C. angttstifrons Loew. 
Me. — Machias, July 25; Orono, June 21. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, June 15; Blue Hill, May 30. 

C. latifrons Loew. 
N. H.— 14, 15. June 10-30. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 4- 
Aug. 28. 

C. carbonaria Walker (C gagatina Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 19. June 8-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 27, 28. June 1-July 27. 

C. capillata Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts. {Osten Sacken). 

C. cincta Loew. 

Mb.— Princeton, July 12, 1909. 

C. graciUpes Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. May30-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 22-Aug. 10. 

O lutea liOew 

N. H.— Mt. Washington (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

C. nana Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 2fr-Aug. 10. 
Mass.— 23. Conn.— 35. June 11-Aug. 8. 

C. praeusta Loew. 

Me.— 7, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 21-July 20. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. June 15-Aug. 9. 

C sctosa Xjoew 

Me.— 7, 8. N.' H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 1-July 28. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 29- 
July 27. 

C. tricincta Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19. . June 13-Aug. 23. 

Mass. — ^23. June 27-Aug. 5. 

C. variabilis Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. May 23-July 10. 

Mass.— 24, 27. R. L— 33. Conn.— 36. May 2Q-Aug. 3. 



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ParaUelonmia Becker. 
P. dimidiata (Cresson), 18-135. 
Me. — ^Bar Harbor, June 7. Vt. — Mt. Equinox, June 5; Nor- 

wich, July 8. 
Mass. — ^Wellesley, July 19. 

P. emarginata Malloch, 23-179. 

N. H. — Hanover, July 6. Vt. — Chittenden, Aug. 1 (Beqtmert). 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 2, June 26, May 22. 

P. munda (Loew). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 {Bryant); Chester, July 25; Au- 
bumdale, Aug. 9. R. I. — Wickford, June 9. 

P. pleuritica (Loew) {Cordylura slossonae Coquillett). 
Mb.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 7-Sept. 4. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26- 
Aug. 8. 

P. scapularis (Loew). 

N. H. — Glen House; Jaffrey, June 18. 

Mass. — Cohasset {Bryant). 

P. similata Malloch, 23-178. 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 26; Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., 
July 28. 

P. glabra (Loew). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 28; Glen House, July 15. 

Vt. — Chittenden, Aug. 1 {Bequaert). 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8 {Bryant) ; Aubumdale, Aug. 28. 

Hezamitocera Becker. 

H. flavida Coquillett. 

Me. — Eastport, July 15-16. N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Micropselapha Becker. 

M. albifacies Johnson, 22-23. 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17, 1918. 

Amaurosoma Becker. 

A. paUidipes Malloch, 22-77. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 13; Hampton, May 20-31 

{Shaw). 
Mass. — Dedham, June 3. 

A. nuda Malloch, 22-78. 

N. H.— Hampton, May 20-31 {Shaw). 

Mass.— Tyngsboro, July 3, 1919 {Fall). 



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Ameridna Malloch, 23-139. 
A. adusta (Loew). 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. May SO-July 29. 

A. inermis (Loew). 

N. H.— 11, 12, 14. June 7-July 4. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. July 25-Aug. 9. 

Achaetella Malloch, 23-140 (ParaUdomma of authors). 

A. yaripes Walker. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16. June 16-July 27. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 5. 

Cordylurella Malloch, 19-78c. 

C. nebulosa (Coquillett). 

Mass. — ^Provincetown, June 28, 1891 (Morse). 

Ortfaacheta Becker. 

O. dissimiUs MaUoch, 24r-194. 

Me.— 6. N, H.— 15. May 29-June 5. 

Mass.— 23, 26. Conn.— 34, 35. May 10-June 16, 

Pselaphephila Becker. 
P. similis Coquillett. 

N. H. — Hampton, Apr. 14 and June 26 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Beverly, Apr. 20 {E. Burgess). 

Acantfaocneina Becker. 
A. albibarba (Loew). 
N. H.— White Mts. (Osten Sacken). 

A. nigrimana Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— White Mts. (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

Microprosopa Becker. 

M. flavinervis MaUoch, 24-193. 
Mass. — Aubumdale, May 22. 

M. yolucricaput (Walker). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson); Mt. Washington, 
"Alpine Garden," 5000 ft., July 4, 1914. 

M. haemorrhoidalis Meigen. 

N. H.—" White Mts." (Osten Sacken). 

Trichopalpus Rondani. 

T. ptmctipes (Meigen) {Chaeiosa punctipes (Meigen) Coquillett). 
Me.— Monmouth, July 19, 1904 {Frost). 

T. palpalis (Coquillett) {Opsiomyia palpalis Coquillett). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 29. N. H.— White Mts. Vt.— Ben- 
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PtotfaochMta Coquillett. 

P. atrifrons Coquillett, 10-44. 
N. H.— White MU. 

Scatophaga Meigen. 
S. stercoraria (Linn^). 
Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 11, 20, 21. May 27- 

July 19. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 

34, 35. May 3-Oct. 19. 

S. merdaria (Fabricius). 

Me.— 3, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 21. June 27- 

Aug. 2. 
Mass.- 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

Apr. 27-Oct. 11. 

S. litorea (Fallen) (S. intermedia Walker). 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. June 5^-Sept. 12. 
Mass.- 26, 28, 29, 31. May 21-June 29. 

S. furcata Say (S. bicolor Walker). 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. June 8-Aug. 24. 

Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 21- 
June 29. 

S. canadensis Walker. 

N. H.— 11, 14. June7-July4. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 32. Apr. 29-Oct. 30. 

S. monticola Malloch, 24-195. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); Hermit Lake, Mt. 
Washington, July 8 (C. W. J.). 

S. suilla (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1,4,8. N.H.— 11,14. Vt.— 18, 19, 21. June 5-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 25. June 5-15. 

S. nigrolimbata Cresson, 18-134. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 8; Jaffrey, June 23. Vt.— Mt 

Equinox, June 5. 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 15. 

S- lutaria (Fallen). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 25. 

Mass. — ^23. June 15-Aug. 5. 

CeimtiiioBtoma Mead. 

C. ostiorum (Haliday) (S. oceana Macquart, see Johnson, 10-232). 
Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. May 24-July 27. 
Mass.— 26, 28. May 30-Sept. 9. 



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Eiigenacephak Johnitoii, 22-22. 

E. salsa Johnson, 22-22. 

Me.— "Narrows," Mt. Desert, Aug. 13. N. H.— Hampton 

Beach, May 3, 1904 (C. E. White, Jr.). 
Mass.— Essex, May 7, 1920 {FuUer); Cohasset, May 16, 1904 

(Bryant). 

Gimnomera Rondani. 
G. tarsea Fallen. 
N. H.— White Mts. (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

Hydromyza Fallen. 
H. confluens Loew. 
Me. — Monmouth, June 21 {Frost) ; Mt. Desert, July 27, on lily 

pads. 
Conn. — Goshen, July 4 (Zappe). 

Helomtzidae. 

PorsenoB Darlington, OS-60. 

P. johnsoni Darlington, 08-71. 
Mass. — Boston, Oct. 19. 

Tephrochlamys Loew. 
T. canescens Meigen (T. rufiventris Meigen). 
Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— . Mar. 11-Aug. 20. 
Mass.- 24, 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 25- 
Oct. 14. 

T. flavitarsis Darlington, 08-71. 

N. H.— "White Mts." {Morrison), U. S. Nat. Mus. 

SttilUa R.-De6Voidy (HoUmyza Fallen 1S20, not 1810.) 
S. apicalis Loew. 

ME.--I, 7,8. N. H.— 11. July 15-26. 
Mass.- 23. Aug. 8. 

S. longipeimis Loew. 

Me.— 1,4,6,7,8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 18. June 

24-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 26. R. I.— 33. June 15-22. 

S. plumata Loew. 

Me.-4,8. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 22. June 27-July 20. 

Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 35. June 17-Aug. 23. 

S. quinquepunctata Say {H. latericia Loew). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 7. N. H.— Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slos- 

son); Hampton, Oct. 13 (Shaw). Vt. — ^Burlington, Jime 23. 
Conn. — ^Rowayton, June 16. 

S. zetterstedti Loew. 
N. H.— Mt. Washington. 



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AUophylA Loew. 
A Ifl Avis Lopw 
Me —1, 4, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 19. June 

11-^pt. 19. 
Mass. — ^23. June 15-Aug. 25. 

Oecothea Haliday. 
O. fenestralis Fallen. 

Mass.— New Bedford, Apr. 13, 1896 (Hough). Conn.— New 
Haven, June 23, 1916 (Zappe). 

AnoroBtoma Loew. 
A. marginata Loew. 

N. H. — Hampton, June 12-July 4 (Shaw). 
Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 30, 32. May 30-June 20. 

Scc^ocentra Loew. 
S. fratema Loew. 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slasson). 

S lielvola Loew 

Me.— 7, 8. N.H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 17, 20. June 14-Aug. 30. 

Mass.— 23, 27. May 27-Aug. 5. 

S. tincta Walker (Leria pvbescens Loew; Achaetomus pilosus 

Coqmllett). 
Me. — Orono, June 19, 1905. N. H. — Glen House, Aug. 17. 
Mass. — ^Winchendon, Apr. 29; Brookline, Apr. 22. 

Chaetomus Csemy, 1924. 

C. flayotestaceus (Zetterstedt) (Lena biseta Loew). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloason). Vt. — St. Johnsbury, 
June 26. 

Neoleria Malloch, 1919. 
N. discolor Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slos- 
son) ; Bretton Woods, June 22. Vt. — ^Bolton Mt., Aug. 30. 

N. leucostoma Loew. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 17, 21. June 5-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 23. May 27, 1912. 

Helomyza Fallen, 1810 {Leria of authors, in part). 

H. serrata (Linn6). 

N. H.— Mt. Washington. 

Mass. — Cambridge, Apr. 21. 

Morpholeria Garrett, 21*27. 
M. tristis (Loew). 

Me.— Waterville, May 11, 1906 {Hitchings). 
Conn.— South Meriden, Feb. 20, 1915 {H. L. Johnson). 



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Pseudoleria Garrett, 21-128. 
P. pectinata Loew. 

Mb. — ^Bridgton, June 15. N. H. — Hampton, July 3 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^Boston, May 27-Sept. 27; Cohasset, June 6. R. I. — 
Providence, June 21. 

Clusiidae. 
Acartophthalmus Czerny. 
A. nigrinus Czerny. 
Mass. — ^Petersham {M dander , 24-5). 

A. bicolor Olderberg. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 23, 1903. 

Chssia Haliday. 

C, czemyi Johnson, 13-100. 

Me.— 7,8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 5-Aug. 15. 

Mass.— Chester, May 21, 1912. 

0« lateralis T^alker 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18. June 20- 

July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 19- 

Aug. 23. 

Clusiodes CoquiUett, 04-93 (Heteroneura Fallen, 1823, not 1810). 
Subgenus Clusiodes Coquillett. 
C. albimana Meigen. 
Vt.— St. Johnsbury, June 28, 1906. 

C. americana Malloch, 22-48. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 25, 1919; Bayville, July 25, 1916 (G. M. 

AUen). N. H.— Intervale, Aug. 23 {AUen). Vt.— Mt. Ascut- 

ney, July 11. 

Subgenus Cluaiaria Malloch, 22-47. 

C. atra Melander and Argo, 24-18. 

Mass. — Greenfield, June 1, 1914 (Melander). 

C. geom]rzina (Fallen). 

Mb.— Machias, July 17, 1909. N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28, 
1913. 

C. melanostoma (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 20. June 19-July 25. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. May 22-June 15. 

C. orbitalis MaUoch, 22-50. 
Me.— Bor Harbor, June 13, 1921. 

C. pictipes (Zetterstedt). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs, Slosson), det. by Coquillett. 



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C. terminalis Melander and Argo, 24-20 (C. apiccdis Malloch, 

18-06, and 22-48, not Zetterstedt, 1848). 
N. H.—** White Mts." {Morrison); Bretton Woods, June 25, 

1913. 

Subgenus Columbiella Malloch, 22-47. 

C. apiculata Malloch, 22-49. 

N. H.—Milford, June 23, 1914. Vt.— Manchester, June 4, 1910. 

C. johnsoni Malloch, 22-49. 

Mb.— Af^ Desert, July 12, 1918; Capens, July 14. Vt.— Bur- 
lington, June 23, 1906. 
Mass. — Washington, Aug. 8, 1912. 

C. nigripalpis Malloch, 22-49. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16. June 10-July 26. 

Mass.— 23. June 27- Aug. 8. 

Heteromeringia Czerny, 03-72. 

H. nitida Johnson, 13-99. 
Mass.— Boston, Aug. 2, 1922. 

Sobarocephala Czerny, 03--S5. 

S. convergens (Malloch), 22-50. 

N. H. — ^White Mts.; Hampton, June 4 {Shaw). 

S. flaviseta (Johnson), 13-99. 
Mass.— Boston, July 30, 1917. 

S. latifrons (Loew). 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7; Weston, July 23; Aubumdale, Aug. 9; 
Brookline, July 4. 

BORBORIDAE. 

Sphaerocera Latreille. 

S. annulicomis Malloch, 13-363. 

Mass. — Brookline, Mar. 20, 1874; Woods Hole, Aug.-Sept. 
{Sturtevant). 

S. pusilla Fallen. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Apr. fr-June 17. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. May 2-27. 

S. subsultans (Fabricius). 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. May 16-June 20. 

Mass.— 23, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mar. 26-Sept. 9. 

Leptocera Olivier. 
Subgenus CoUinella Duda. 

L. atra Adams (L. setifer Adams). 

Mass. — Beverly {Burgess); Horse Neck Beach {Hough); Woods 
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L. frosti Johnson, 15-21. 

MA&a.—Framingham, Oct. 19, 1913 (Frost) ; Tyngeboro, Sept. 29 
(FaU); Beverly; Lexington. 

L. limosa Fallen. 

N. H.— . 

Mass. — Dan vers, Sept. 23; Brookline, Sept. 29. Conn. — . 

L. lutosa Stenhammer. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16. Apr. 3-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 32. May 5-Sept. 22. 

Subgenus Leptocera Latreille. 

L. fontinaUs (Fallen). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slossan). 

Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston, Sept. 27; Tyngsboro, July 3 {FaU). 
Conn. — New Haven, June 22. 

L. hopUtes Spuler, 24-115. 
Vt. — Ljmdon {Melander). 

Subgenus ScotaphUeUa Duda. 

L. carinata Spuler. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Jan. 2-Aug. 15. 

Mass.- 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 23-Oct. 16. 

L. crassimana Haliday. 

Vt. — Manchester, June 7, 1910; Dximmerston, July 14. 

Mass. — Boston, June 5; Edgartown, June 28; Brookline, Aug. 23. 

L. palliceps Johnson, 15-22. 

Mass.— Sherbom, Apr. 10, 1921, and Oct. 21, 1923 (Frost). 

Subgenus CopropkHa Duda. 

L. f erruginata Stenhammer. 
Me.— Wales, July 5 (Frost). 

Mass. — Aubumdale, June 22, 1905; Brookline, Sept. 29. Conn. — 
Yalesville, Oct. 19 (Viereck). 

Borborus Meigen. 
Subgenus Borborus Meighen. 

B. equinus (Fallen). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 18, 20, 21. Apr. 11- 

Sept. 27. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

Apr. 7-Oct. 19. 

B. neglectus Malloch, 13-364. 
N. H.— Hampton, Apr. 5, 1910 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Beverly, Apr. 4, 1867 (Burgess); Cohasset, Nov. 29 
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Subgenus Borborillus Duda, 23-54. 

B. marmoratus Becker, 08-133 (B. brevisetvs Malloch, 13-365; 

B. minulus Johnson, 13-449). 
Mass. — Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 8, 1896 (H<mgh)] Gloucester. 

May 20; Woods Hole, June (Sturtevant) , Conn. — Stamford, 
May 18, 1919 (SturtevarU). 

Subgenus Cruomnyia Macquart. 

B. immensa Spuler. 

N. H.— Hampton, Mar. 3, 1904 (Shaw). 

Mass. — ^Arlington, Jan. 19 and Apr. 5 (P. J. Darlington). 

Scatophora R.-Deevoidy. 

S. carolinensis R.-Desvoidy {Olina genictdata Macquart, see 

Spuler, 23-378). 
Me.—. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 21. June 13-Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, May 1-June 10. 

Phycodromidae. 
Coelopa Meigen. 

C. frigida Fallen. The Flat Kelp Fly. 
Mb.— 10. N. H.— 15. Apr. 8-July 24. 

Mass.- 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Apr. 6-Nov. 22. 

C. parvula Haliday. 

Me.— 10. N. H.— 15. June 5-July 25. 

Mass.- 26, 27, 28, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. May 15-Oct. 13. 

SCIOMYZIDAE. 

Neuroctena Rondani. 
N. aniUs (Fallen). 
Me.— 5,7,8,9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22. 

Jime 18-July 15. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Jime 19-Sept. 4. 

N. simplex (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20, 22. June 2fr-July 30. 

Mass.— 23, 25. May 28-Aug. 25. 

Dryomyza Fallen. 

D. dayi Cresson, 20-34. 

Me.— 5, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 20. June 24-July 28. 
Mass.— 23, 27. June 15-Aug. 5. 

D, f erruginea Melander, 20-31 1 . 

Me. — Bar Harbor, Jime 13. N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 24. 
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Oidematops Creeson. 

O. ferruginea Cresson, 20-36. 
Vt. — Manchester^ June 5-8, 1910. 
Mass.— gimderland, May 30, 1923. 

Sciomyza Fallen. 
S. aristalis (Coquillett). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20, 21. June 19-JuIy 22. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 27. May 30-June 15. 

Pteromicra lioy (Dickrochira Hendel). 

P. albicalceata (Cresson), 20-39. 
Me.— 7. N. H.— 15. July 12-Aug. 1. 
Mass.- 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 30-Sept. 4. 

P. apicata (Loew). 

Mass. — Beverly, June 20 {E. Burgess). 

Atrichomelina Cresson. 
A. pubera (Loew). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 16. Vt.— 16. May 16-July 7. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 36. Aug. 4-Sept. 30. 

PherbeUia R.-Desvoidy {Melina R.-Desvoidy, 1830, not Retzius, 1788). 

P. albocostata (Fallen). 

Me.— 2, 3, 4. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— . June 17-Aug. 16. 

P. fuscipes (Macquart) {Melina spadix and M. fusca Cresson, 

20-43). 
N. H.— Hampton, May 24 (Shaw). 
Mass. — Aubumdale, June 23; Boston, Aug. 28; Chester, Aug. 7; 

Dedbam, May 20. 

P. obtusa (Fallen). 

Mass.— New Bedford (Hough); Brookline, Aug. 26, 1924 
(C. W. J.). 

P. tenuipes (Loew). 

Me.— Machias, July 20; Mt. Desert, June 10-20. Vt.— Bolton 

Mt., July 16 {Bryant). 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 

P. vitalis (Cresson), 20-43 (Af. annulipes var. vitalis (Cresson); 

Melander, 20-315). 
Me. — Capens, July 11; Mt. Desert, July 11. N. H. — Hampton, 

May 1 {Shaw). 
Mass.— Woods Hole, July 25, 1903; Edgartown, June 29, 1912. 

P. albovaria (Coquillett), 01-616. 

Me. — Mt. IDesert, Aug. 18. N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. 

Slosson) ; Glen House, July 20; Hanover, July 6. Vt. — Strat- 

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P. nana (Fallen). 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. May 7- July. 

Mass.— 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 15-Nov. 4. 

P. schoenherri (Fallen) (Melina (Graphomyzina) maculata Cres- 

son, 20-48). 
Me. — ^Bowlin Pond, Penobscot Co., July 31 {Cushman) . N. H. — 

Hampton, Apr. 11 {Shaw). Vt. — Rutland, Aug. 28. 

P. grisescens (Meigen). 

Me. — Bar Harbor, Aug. 10; Narrows, Mt. Desert, Sept. 12. 

Hemitelopteryz Cresson. 

H. johnsoni Cresson, 02-51. 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs, Slosson). 

Mass. — Briggsville; North Adams, June 18, 1906. 

Antichaeta Haliday. 
A. analis Meigen. 

Mass. — {Melander) . 

Renocera Hendel. 
R. longipes (Loew). 
Me.— Capens, July 11 ; Princeton, July 12. N. H.— White Mts. 

R. johnsoni Cresson, 20-53. 
Me.— for/ Kent, Aug. 17, 1910. 

R. amanda Cresson, 20-53. 

Me. — Machias, July 28; Bridgton, June 25. N. H. — Bretton 

Woods, June 24; Jaffrey, June 4. 
Mass. — North Adams, June 18; Great Barrington, Jime 16. 

Poedlographa Melander, 13-205. 
P. decora (Loew). 
Me. — . N. H. — Hampton, July 15 {Shaw). Vt. — Newport, 

July 12. 
Mass. — Cheshire, June 30; Washington, Aug. 8. R. I.— But- 

tonwoods, June 22. 

Dictyomyia Cresson, 20-82. 

D. ambigua (Loew). 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 6. N. H.— 13, 15. Aug. 13-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 23, 27. Conn.— 34. June 8-Sept. 9. 

Euthycera Latreille. 

E. arcnata (Loew). 

Me. — Ashland Junction, Aug. 16; Capens, July 17. N. I.— 

Dublin, May {Harris Coll.). 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5. Conn. — Rowayton, Jime 16. 



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E. arctiata var. tiniformis Creason, 20-74 {Tetanocera flavescens 
Loew, 1847, not R.-Desvoidy, 1830). 

N. H. — Franconia; Bretton Woods, June 24. 

Mass. — Mt. Greylock, Aug. 8; Bashbish Falls, June 27; Lexing- 
ton, July 6. 

£• borealis Cresson, 20-74. 

Me. — Capens, July 21; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 28, 2400 ft. (Blake); 

Oquossoc, July 1. N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 25; Mt. 

Washington, 2000 to 4000 ft., July 6-24. 
Mass. — North Adams, June 18. 

Trypetoptera Hendd. 

T. canadensis (Macquart) (T. pallida Loew). 

Me.— 8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 20, 22. June 27-July 18. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 21-Aug. 14. 

Hoplodictya Cresson, 20-67. 

H. setosa (Coquillett). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. July 27-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. Jime 28-Sept. 8. 

Dictya Meigen {Monochaetophora Hendel). 

D. umbrarum (Linn^). 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 19. June 

8-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 35. Apr. 24-Oct. 21. 

Limnia R.-Desvoidy. 

L. boscii R.-Desvoidy (T. combinata Loew). 

Me.— 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 18. June 21- 

Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 25, 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 6-July 30. 

L. boscii var. sparsa (Loew). 

Me.— 4, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 20. June 19-Sept. 3. 

Mass.- 23. R. I.— 33. June 19-Aug. 8. 

L. costalis (Loew). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 18. N. H.— Mt. Washington {Mrs. 
Slosson), 

L. saratogensis (Fitch). 

Me.— 1,4,6,7,8,9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 19,20. June 
27-Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. May 27- 
Aug. 30. 

L« saratogensis var. ottawensis Melander, 20-324. 
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Tetanocera Dumeril (ChaeUmacera Cresson, 20-54). 

T« cIajta Lo6w 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 22. June 25-Aug. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29. Conn.—. June 28-Aug. 5. 

T» y&lidA Lo6w 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 18, 22. June 

28-Aug. 19. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

June 17-Aug. 27. 

T. vicina Macquart (T. plumosa Loew). 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 19, 21. 

June 22-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 8- 

Sept. 10. 

T. triangularis Loew. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 19. June 22-Aug. 28. 

Mass. — ^27. Conn. — ^35. June 17-Sept. 4. 

T. plebeia Lpew. 

Me.— 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 20, 

21, 22. June 7-July 19. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

May 28-Aug. 4. 

T, elata (Fabricius). 

Me.— 4, 7,8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 20. June 22-July 27. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. June 8-23. 

T. rotundicornis Loew. 

Me. — . N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs, Slosson); Glen House, 
July 8. Vt.— Jay Peak, 4018 ft., July 14, 1891 (Morse). 

T. unicolor Loew. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17; Machias, July 20; Mt. Desert, July 15- 
Aug. 10. 

Hedroneura Hendel. 

H. nifa (Panzer) (T. lineata Day, not Fallen). 
Mass. — Mt. Greylock, June 8; Brookline, Aug. 23. Conn.— 
Cornwall, Aug. 10; New Haven, Oct. 21. 

Elgiva Meigen. 
E. lineata (Fallen). 
Me.— Katahdin Ironworks, Aug. 20, 1905 (F. M. Jones); 

Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 8, 1920 (Sanford). 
Mass. — Essex Co., Sept. 29 (Morse). 

Sepedon Latreille. 
S. armipes Loew. 

Me.— 1. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 5-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 30-Sept. 23. 



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S. pusillus Loew. 

Me.— 1, 3, 4, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 21. June 5- 

Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 23,24,25,27,28,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 34,35. May 

13-Sept. 16. 

S. fttsdpennis Loew. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 19. July l^t-Sept. 5. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 6-Sept. 20. 

Sapromtzidae. 

Lauzania Latreille. 

L. cylindricomis (Fabricius). 

Me.— 3, 5, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. 

May 21-July 24. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 18- 

June 28. 

Camptoprosopella Hendel. 

C. vulgaris (Fitch). 

N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 22. July 6-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 26-Aug. 9. 

Deceia Malloch, 23-49. 
Subgenus Mdanomyza Malloch, 23-50. 

D. gracilipes (Loew). 

N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 22. July 8-14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 4- 
Sept. 4. 

D. intermedia Malloch, 23-50 and 24-13. 
Mass.— Blue ffiU, Milton, July 16, 1905. 

Caliope Haliday. 
C. flaviceps (Loew). 

Mass. — Fall River, Apr. 13; Melrose Highlands, from a bird nest 
collected Feb. 25, 1911; flies issued in March {Smith and 
Shepherd). 

Minettia R.-Desvoidy. 

M. valida (Walker) (Af . macula Loew). 

Mass. — Scituate, May 15; Barnstable, July 5; Edgartown, June 

27 ; Woods Hole, Aug. R. I. — Button woods, June 15. Conn. — 

Danbury, June 15. 

M. puncticeps (Coquillett). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington. 

M. cena Melander, 13-72. 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough); Mt. Everett, June 28; Mt. 
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M. lupulina (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 

19, 21. June 5- Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

27-Aug. 2. 

M. americana Malloch (M. Zongtpennw of authors, not Fabricius). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 20, 21. June 5-July 8. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 17-July 10. 

M. obscura (Loew). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 21, 22. June 5- 

July 13. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

17-July 13. 

Sapromyza Fallen. 

S. annulata (Melander), 13-72. 

Me.— 1,4,7,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 17, 20, 21. June 

5-Aug. 19. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 10-Aug. 23. 

S. quadrilineata Loew. 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 20, 21. June 6- 

Aug. 24. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 5-Aug. 

10. 

S. obtusilamellata Malloch, 23-52. 

Me.-4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 20, 21. June 18-July 19. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 28. June 5-July 16. 

S. senata Malloch, 23-52. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 11. N. H.— Mt. Washington, July 4. 

Vt. — Norwich, July 7; Manchester, June 5. 
Mass. — North Adams, July 7. 

S. brachysoma Coquillett. 

ME.-4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 17, 20, 21. June 5-July 28. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 19-Aug. 23. 

S. rotundicomis Loew. 

Me.-4,5, 7,8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 21. June 5-July 22. 

Mass.— 23. June 15-Aug. 5. 

S. umbrosa Loew. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 19-July 29. 

Sapromyzosoma Malloch, 23-^61. 

S. fratema (Loew). 

Me.— 1, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 13. Vt.— 16, 20. June 24-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 23, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July4-Aug,5. 



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S. deceptor Malloch, 24-24. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 12-16. N. Il.—Whit£ Mts. (Morrison); 

Bretton Woods, June 27. 
Mass. — North Adams, June 15-19. 

S. philadelphica (Macquart). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 19, 20, 22. June 5- 

Sept. 13. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. June 19-Oct. 16. 

S. disjuncta (Johnson), 14-22. 

Me.— 8. N.H.— 11. June 3-17. 

Mass.— 24,25,27,29. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May27-Sept.22. 

S. conjuncta (Johnson), 14-22. 
Vt. — ^Amsden, July 10. 

Mass. — ^Aubumdale, Aug. 2; Blue Hill, May 30; Manomet, July 
27. R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 18. 

S. compedita (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Vt.— 20. June 17-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 30-July 23. 

S. omatipes (Johnson), 14-20. 

Mass. — ML Everett and Baahbish Falls, June 28, 1912. 

S. melanderi (Johnson), 14-21. 

Mass. — Provinceiown, June 24; Eastham, June 27; Barnstable, 
July, 1904; Nantudcet, July 5 (Cushman), Aug. 15 (Femald). 

S. sheldoni (Coquillett). 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19; Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 30 (Btofce) ; Orono, 

Aug. 5 (Alexander); Mt. Desert, July 30. 
Mass. — Wellesley, July 11 (Van Duzee). 

S. hougjm (Coquillett). 

Mass.— 27, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12- 
Aug. 3. 

S. incerta (Malloch), 14-36. 
Mass. — Manomet, July 27, 1905. 

S. citreifrons (Malloch), 20-127. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, June 13. N. H. — Bretton Woods, June 28; 

Glen House, June 15. 
Mass. — Mt. Everett, June 28; Aubumdale, June 17. 

S. bispina (Loew). 
Me. — 1. Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 2-28. 

S. tenuispina (Loew). 
N. H. — Hampton, July 1 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Eastham, June 27; Horse Neck Beach, July 30. R. I. — 
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S. imitatrix (MaUoch), 20-128 
CoxN.— Darien, May 27. 

S. Httocalia (MaDoch), 15-47. 

Vt.— Winooski River, Burlington (Dr. Perkins). 

S. aeqaaKs (Mafloch), 14-26. 
Vt.— Norwich, July 7, 1908. 

Sphjroperitcefis Stortevant, 23-1. 
S. wheeleri Sturtevant, 2^-2. 
Mass.— A ai«Aon Idand, July 10 and 16 (Sturtevant). 

LoXCHAiaDAB. 

L. pohta Say. 

Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 16. Apr. 30-Auir 20 

MASS.-23,26,27,29. R.I.-33. Cos^^.-k.M2^'ctA6. 

L. aflbiis MaHoch, 20-130. 

^^J^elO^t n °~^'- ^<^tngton, 5000 ft., July 4, 1914. 

Mass.— 23, 26. June 15-Aug. 16. 

L. albiceps Meigen. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 12, 15. June 27-Auir. 17 

Mass.— 23. June 28-July 25. 

L. angustitarsis Malloch, 20-131. 
yiK.—Echo Lake, ML Desert, July 12. 

L. aterrima Malloch, 20-129. 

^^'.^•;r^T' ^A^^ }h T^. (^^i^>- N. H.-ML Washington, 
"Alpine Garden/' July 4; 2500 ft., July 6, 1914. 

L. hirta MaUoch, 2*V129, 

N. H. — ^BrettoB Wood^, June 26, 

Mass. — Xorth Adarm {Bnggstillt)^ July 18. 

L. nigrocOiata Malloch, 20-13L 
ilE. — Southwest Harbor J July IL 

L. laticomis Meigen. 

ilE. — Bar Harbor. Aug. 10. 

Mass. — Melrose Highlands, July 

L. vaginalis Fallen, 

Me. — Bar Harbor, June 11. 

ilASs. — Chester, Aug. 5. 

L. marylandica Malloch, __ 
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Pallopteridae. 

Palloptera Fallen. 
P. superba Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 19, 22. June 26-Au«. ». 
Mass.— 23. Aug. 21. 

P. similis Johnson, 10-233 and 21-23. 

Me.— Fort Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— Bretton Wood^ Jmt 28; 
Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 24. 

P. subarcuata Johnson, 21-21. 

Mk.— Northeast Harbor, July 1 {Dr. C. S. Mind : 3ar H^srim', 

Aug. 10. N. H. — Base Station, Aug. 15; Mt. Wa^smfHRi. m 

P.arcuata {Mrs. Slosson). 

Ortalidae. 

Amphicnephes Loew. 
A. pertusus Loew. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Jane:0-Jnly23. 

Rivellia R.-De8voidy. 
R. conjuncta Loew. 
Mass. — Manomet, July 27; Barnstable, JoIt i. Woo^ Hole, 

July 25. R. I.— Wickford, June 9. Coiy.— 5<w Haven, 

June 24. 

R. brevifasciata Johnson. 

Mass. — Nantucket, Aug. 8; Tuckemuck lAad July 21 (Allen). 

R. cognata Cresson, 19-191. 

N. H.— Cornish, July 13. 

Mass. — Tyngsboro, June 22 {FaU) ; BTookSat. July 4. Conn 

Winnipauk, June 12. * ' * . • 

R. metaiika Van der WuJp. 

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R. quadrifasciata Macquart. 

Mabs. — Springfield, July 13. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, July 25. 
Conn.— New Haven, Aug. 1; Branford, July 5 (Winkley). 

IL pallida Loew. 
N. H.— 15. Vt.— 22. July 14. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 16- 
Aug. 8 

Mynnecothea Hendel, 10-310 (Mymecomyia of authors, not R.-Desvoidy). 

M. myrmecoides (Loew). 
Conn. — . 

Tiitoza Loew. 
T. flexa Wiedemann. 
Conn. — . 

T. incunra Loew. 

Conn. — East Hartford, Aug. 9; South Meriden, July 10 (H, L. 
Johnson). 

Camptoneura Macquart. 
C. picta (Fabricius). 
Me.— 9. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 5-Sept. 16. 

Idana Loew. 
I/margmata Say. 
Conn. — . 

Tephronota Loew. 

T. narytia Walker (T. ruficepa Van der Wulp). 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16, 21, 22. June 24-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 28. Conn.— 34, 35. June 11-Aug. 8. 

T. canadensis Johnson. 

Me.— Eastport, July 16. N. H.— . Vt.— St. Albans, June 20; 

Bennington, June 22. 
Mass. — Cheshire, June 30. 

Melieria R.-Desvoidy. 
M. similis Loew. 

Me.— 3, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14. July 3-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 34. May 30-Aug. 29. 

Tetanops Fallen. 
T. luridipennis Loew. 
Mass. — ^West Springfield, Aug. 31. Conn. — New Haven, June 

26-Aug. 6 (Fferecfc); Milford, July 1; South Meriden, June 21 

{H. L. Johnson). 

Caliopistromyia Hendel. 
C. annulipes (Macquart). 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 21. June 19-Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 15- 

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Pseudotephiitis JohoBOD. 
P. corticalis (Loew). 
Conn. — Branford, May 3 (Winkley). 

P. vau (Say). 

Me.— 5, 9. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 16-July 3. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28. Conn.— 35. May 12-Sept. 7. 

P. vau var. approzimata (Banks), 14-138 (P. mets;^ Johnson, 15-49). 
Mass.— Brookline, Sept. 6, 1920 (C. E. White, Jr.). 

P. vau var. conjuncta Johnson, 21-15. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 10, 1920. 

Chrysomyza Fallen. 

C. demandata (Fabricius). 

Mass. — Mekose Highlands (TTebfter) ; Peabody, Sept. 12; Welles- 
ley, Oct. 12, 1922 {Morse) ; Medf ord, July 2 {Barber) . Conn.—. 

Psairoptera Wahlberg. 

P. nubecula (Johnson) {Chiliza nvbecula Johnson, 21-14). 
Mb.— Northeast Harbor, July 6 {Dr. C. S. Minot). Vt.— Mt. 
Ascutney, July 11. 

Enzesta Loew. 
E. notata (Wiedemann). 
Vt.— 16. June 20. 
Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 1-Oct. 12. 

E. scoriacea Loew. 

Mass. — Bourne, June 17; Provincetown, July 8 {Barber)', Pocas- 
set (Barrett Isl.), Aug. 9, 1912 {Cushman). 

Chaetopsis Loew. 

C. aenea (Wiedemann); see Cresson, 13-318. 
Me.— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 15. June 26-Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 15-Sept. 4. 

C. apicalis Johnson. 

N. H.— 15. May 25. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 

May 27-Sept. 7 

C. apicalis var. duplicata Johnson, 21-16. 

Me. — Machias, July 17; Mt. Desert, June 9-Aug. 13. 

C. fulvifrons (Macquart). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 21. June 19-Aug. 16. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May 28-July 20. 



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C. massyla (Walker). 

Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8, 9. Vt.— 20, 21. June 21-Aug. 16. 

Mass.— 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. May 30-Aug. 8. 

Seioptera Kirby. 
S. vibrans (Linn£). 
Mb.— 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16. June 7- 

July 19. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. June 6-Aug. 8. 

S. dubiosa Johnson, 21-15. 

ME.—NoHhea8t Harbor, July 16, 1909 (Dr. C. S. Minat). 

Stenomyia Loew. 

S. nasoni Cresson, 13-320. 

Mass. — Barnstable, July 5, 1904; Tuckemuck Isl., Aug. 6, 1909 

(Cushman). Conn. — Westport, June 24 (Brittan); Hamden, 

July 10. 

S. tenuis Loew. 

Mass. — Lexington, June 28; Nantucket, July 4 (Cushman)] 

Wobum, July 11. Conn. — ^West Haven, June 27; North 

Haven, Aug. 3. 

Eumetopiella Hendel, 07-08 (Eumeiopia of authors, not Westwood). 

E. ruflpes (Macquart). 

Mass.— 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 23-Aug. 29. 

Trypetidae. 
StmussU R.-DesYoidy. 

S. longipennis (Wiedemann). 
Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. June 25. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24- 
July 7. 

S. longipennis form, trimaculata Maoquart {typica Loew). 
Mass.— 24, 27, 31. Conn.— 35. May 31-July 15. 

S. longipennis form, comigera Walker {longitudinalis Loew). 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27. Conn.— 35. May 21-Aug. 5. 

S. longipennis form, confluens Loew. 
Conn, — (Loew). 

The larvae of the above species infest the stalks of sunflowers 
and ''Jerusalem Artichokes." 

* Zonosona Loew. 
Z. electa (Say). 
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Z. flavonotata Macquart (Z. baaiolum Osten Sacken). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29. July 14-Aug. 20. 

Trypeta Meigen, 1803. 
(Forellia R.-Deevoidy, 1830; Spilographa Loew, 1862; PhoreUia Rondani, 1870). 

P. tortilis (Coquillett). 

N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 28, 1913; "Glen House," July 26, 

1916. 

Addia R.-Desvoidy. 
A. fratria (Loew). 
N. H.— . Vt.— 21. June 19. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. June 2-Aug. 8. 

The larvae mine the leaves of parsnips. 

Epochra Loew. 

E. canadensis Loew. Currant Fruit-fly. 

Me. — Orono; Norway; Waterville; Westbrook, May 29- June 2. 

Mass. — . 

The larvae infest currants and gooseberries. 

Actura R.-Desvoidy. 
Subgenus Euoosmoptera Phillips, 23-131. 

A. nigricomis Doane. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. May 24-July 19. 

A. limata Coquillett. 

Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). Conn. — ^Brookfield, July 27 

{Dickerson). 

Stenopa Loew. 
S. vulnerata Loew. 
N. H.— Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); Crawford's, Sept. 28, 1916 

(Parahley). Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. 13, 1910 (Morse), 
Mass.— Cohasset, Aug. 19 (Bryant). Conn. — South Kent, 

Aug. 21, 1894 (Morse). 

Rhagoletis Loew. 

R. cingulata Loew. The Cherry Maggot. 
N. H.— Tyngsboro, Aug. 5, 1923 (Fall)^ 

Mass. — Boston, June 24-July 2, 1903 (Parshley). Conn. — 
New Haven, Aug. 2 (Walden) ; South Meriden, July 121. 

R. pomonella Walsh. The Apple Maggot. 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— . July 16-Sept. 7. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 29, 32. Conn— 35. June 13- Aug. 21. 

The larva, popularly known as "Railroad Worm,'* is injurious 
to early apples, also irdfests blueberries and cranberries. 

R. tabellaria Fitch. 

Me. — Orono, July 11, 1907; Houlton, June 28. 



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R. fausta Osten Sacken. 

Me. — Orono, June 25. N. H. — Mt. Washington, summit, July 

10; Bretton Woods, June 28. 
Mass. — Truro. 

The larvae infest cherries. 

R. suavis (Loew). 

Mass. — ^Amherst (Babb). Conn. — . 

The larva lives in the husk of the Black Walnut {Juglan$ 
nigra). 

Proceddochares Hendel, 14-91 {Oedaapia Loew, in part). 

P. atra (Loew). 

Me. — Machias, July 21. N. H. — ^Hampton {Shaw). 
Mass. — Magnolia, Oct. 7, 1911 (Cora H. Ciarfcc) ; Sherbom, July 
26 (C. A. Frost). Conn.—. 

P. polita (Loew). 

Mass. — Southbridge, Aug. 27. R. I. — Kingston, June 17 (Bar- 
low). Conn. — New Haven , May 31 {Briiion). 
The larvae form leafy rosette galLs on Solidago altissima. 

P. setigera (Coquillett). 

Mass. — Avon, June 14. R. I. — Kingston, June 17 {Barlow); 
Bristol. 

P. penelope (Osten Sacken). 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 4, and Westfield, Aug. 7, 1911. 

Terellia R.-Desvoidy {Trypeta of authors, not Meigen). 

T. palposa (Loew). 

Me.— 3, 5. July 8-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 26, 29, 30, 31. R. 1—33. June 15-July 8. 

The larva lives in the flower buds of the Pasture Thistle 
{Cirsium pumilum). 

T. florescentiae (Linn^). 

Me.— 2, 3, 4, 8, 10. Vt.— 16, 17, 18. July 8-Aug. 16. 

Mass.- 23, 26, 27. July 11-Aug. 8. 

The larvae live in the flower buds of the Canada Thistle (Cir- 
sium arvense). 

T. vemoniae (Loew) . 

Mass. — Westport Factory, July 31, 1913, on the flower buds of 
the Iron weed {Vernonia noveboracensis), 

Neaspilota Osten Sacken. 
N. alba (Loew). 

Mass.— Westport Factory, July 31. R. I.— Button woods, June 15. 
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N. albipennis (Loew). 

Mass. — Westport Factory, July 31; Swansea, Aug. 19 {Easton). 

Conn. — New Haven, Aug. 15 (B. H. Walden). 

The larvae live in the flower buds of Iron weed. 

N. achilleae Johnson. 

Mass. — Manomet, July 27; Edgartown, Aug. 22; Tisbury, July 

31 (Cushman); Waquoit, Sept. 21 (Bryant), 

Frequenting the flowers of Yarrow or Milfoil (Achillea miller 
folium). , 

Zanthomyia Phillips, 23-140. 

X. platyptera (Loew). 
Vt. — ^Woodstock (A, P. Morse). 

Conn. — Kent, Aug. 31 (A. P. Morse); South Meriden, June 8 
(H. L. Johnson)] East Hartford, Aug. 9 (P. L. Butrick). 

Eutreta Loew. 
E. sparsa (Wiedemann). 
Me.— 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 20, 

22. July 7-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. July &- 

Sept. 22. 

The larvae form root galls on Goldenrod. 

Eurosta Loew. 
E. solidaginis (Fitch). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. June 9-28. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 4- 

Jime 5. 

The larvae form round galls on the stalks of Goldenrod. 

E. reticulata Snow. 
N. H.— 11, 15. June 1. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 18- 
Aug. 27. 

E. consptircata Doane. 

N. H.— Hampton, May 30 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Springfield (Dimmock). 

E. latifrons Loew. 

Me.— 6,8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 16, 20. June 20-Sept. 1. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 28. Conn.— 24, 25. Aug. 21-Sept. 5. 

E. comma (Wiedemann). 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 13, 14. Aug. 25-Sept. 7. 
Mass.— 25, 27. Conn.— 34, 35. Aug. 30-Sept. 28. 
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E. elsa Daecke, 10-324. 

Mb.— 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 19. July 25-Sept. 

18. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27. Conn.— 34. July 9-Sept. 28. 

The larvae form root galls on Goldenrod, Solidago rugosa. 

Addogona Loew. 
A. melanura Loew. 
Mass.— "Cambridge," two specimens in the Society's collection. 

Icterica Loew. 
I. seriata (Loew). 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 15. July 21-Sept. 4. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32. Conn.— 35. July 15-Sept. 14. 

Euaresta Loew. 
E. bella (Loew). 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. Vt.— 16, 20. July 10-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 
35. July 4-Sept. 4. 

E. f estiva (Loew). 

Conn.— East Hartford, Aug. 9; Winnipauk, Aug. 4, 1908. 

E. aequalis (Loew). 

Mass.— Plymouth, July 28, 1905. On the Cocklebur {Xan- 
thium). 

E. pura Loew. 

Me.— 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. July 13-18. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. Conn.— 35. Apr. 26-Aug. 16. 

E. angustipennis (Loew). ,, ^ 

Me.— Bar Harbor, June 7, 1921. N. H.— ''Glen House,'' June 

3, 1914. 

Tephritis Latreille. 
T. albiceps (Loew). ^ ^ 

Me.— 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. June 27- 

Aug. 15. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 28, 29. June 8-Aug. 29. 

T. geminata (Loew). 

N. H. — ^Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 

Trypanea Schrank ( UreUa R.-Desvoidy). 

nr flbstfii*sa TLoew^ 

Mass.— Woods Hole, July 25, 1903. Conn.— Short Beach, 
Sept. 5. 

T. mevama (Walker) ( U. solaria Loew). 
Mass.— Waquoit, Sept. 12, 1910 (0. Bryant). 



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T. dacetoptera (Phillips), 23-148. 

Me.— 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Sept. 16. 

Mass.— 23, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. July 25-Oct. 8. 

MiCROPEZIDAE. 

Calobata Meigen. 

C. albiceps Van der Wulp. 
N. H, — Franconia. 

C. pallipes Say. 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 25. June 27-July 22. 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 35. May 13-June 24. 

C. univitta Walker. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 18, 22. June 22-Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26-June 22. 

Taeniaptera Macquart. 
T. antennaepes Say. 

N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 17, 20, 21. June 19-July 18. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 14-Aug. 6. 

T. divaricata Cresson, 14r-459. 

Conn.— Branford, Aug., 1905 (TF. H. Winkley), 

Tanypeza Fallen. 

T. luteipennis Knab and Shannon, 16-^. 

Me.— 5, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 19. June 11-Aug. 28. 

Referred to T. longimana Fallen by the writer, Psyche, vol. 17, 
p. 234, 1910. 

Sepsidae. 

Sepsis Fallen. 
S. violacea Meigen. 
Me.— 1, 2, 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 18, 19, 20. June 

14-Aug. 23. 
Mass.— 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. 

Apr. 10-Nov. 4. 

S. violacea var. similis Macquart. 
N. H.— Jlanover, July 3. 

Mass. — New Bedford; Woods Hole; Greenfield (Melander); 
Aubumdale, May 26. 

S. violacea var. hecate Melander and Spuler, 17-22. 
Mass. — Greenfield (Melander), 

S. pectoralis Macquart (Melander and Spuler, 17-23). 

N. H.— 15. Vt.— 18. Apr. 25. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 31, 32. Apr. 25-June 28. 



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S. vicaria Walker. 

Mass. — Greenfield; Woods Hole (Melander), 

S. signifera Melander and Spuler, 17-26. 
Me. — Bar Harbor, July 30. N. H. — Hanover, July 4. 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough); Woods Hole {Melander); Au» 
bumdale, July 12. 

S. signifera var. curvitibia Melander and Spuler, 17-28. 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 18. July 7-Oct. 22. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. June 20-Oct. 19. 

S. neocynipea Melander and Spuler, 17-28. 
Me.— 7. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 18. July 7. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 20- 
Nov. 4. 

Meroplius Rondani. 

M. stercorarius (R.-Desyoidy) {Nemopoda minvta Meigen). 
Me.— 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. May 19-Aug. 

25. 
Mass.— 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 

25-Sept. 8. 

Nemopoda R.-Desvoidy. 

N. cylindrica (Fabricius). 

Me.— 1,2,4,7,8,9,10. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. Vt.— 16,22. May 

31-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 23,27,29,32. R.I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Mayl4-July24. 

Enicita Westwood. 
E. annulipes (Meigen). 
Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. 

Themira R.-Desvoidy. 
T. putris (Linn6). 

Me.— 1, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 18. May 16-Aug. 17. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 32. Conn.—. May 28-Aug. 1. 

T. incistirata var. latitarsata Melander and Spuler, 17-45. 
Vt. — Lyndon {Melander); summit of Jay Peak {Morse). 

T. flavicoza Melander and Spuler, 17-46. 
Conn. — Yalesville, Oct. 19 {Viereck), 

T. minor Haliday. 

Me.— 8. Vt.— 18. June 18-Aug. 20. 

Mass.— 24, 26, 28. May 15. 

Saltella R.-Deevoidy. 
S. scutellaris (Fallen). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 18. June ^Aug. 13. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 10-July 31. 



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S. scutellaris var. ruflcoza Macquart. 

Mass. — Salem, June 16 (Morse). R. I. — Tiverton, July 31. 

S. scutellaris var. nigerrima Rondani. 

Mass. — Danvers, May 16. R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 17. 
Conn.— Guilford, May 10 {Foote). 

S. scutellaris var. parmensis Rondani. 

N. H. — ^Jaflfrey, June 27. Mass. — Framingham, July 4 (C. -A. 
Frost). 

PlOPHILIDAE. 
Proch^iza Walker. 
P. zanthostoma Walker. 
N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. July 16. 
Mass.— 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 7-Sept. 14. 

Piophila Fallen. 
P. aflinis Meigen. 

Mass. — ^Boston; Greenfield (Melander); New Bedford {Hough); 
Woods Hole, June-Sept. {Sturtevant). 

P. casei (Linn6). Cheese-maggot Fly. 
Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. June 7-Sept. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 7- 
Oct. 16. 

P. nigriceps Meigen. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 15. June 8-July 25. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. May 8-Sept. 14. 

P. oriens Melander and Spuler, 17-63. 

Me. — Ft. Kent, Aug. 17; Eastport, July 14; Bar Harbor, June 22. 

Mass. — Greenfield, June (^Melander) ; Aubumdale, May 27. 

P. privigna Melander, 24-87 (P. pusiUa of authors, not Meigen). 

N. H.— Glen House, July 20, 1915. 

Mass. — Woods Hole and New Bedford {JHough)\ Provincetown, 

June 24; Melrose Highlands, May 25 (Webber); Edgartown, 

June 27. 

Mycetaulus Loew. 
M. longipennis Loew. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass.— Pegan Hill, Dover, Oct. 7, 1923 {A. P. Morse). 

M. pulchellus Banks, 15-145. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Sept. 11, 1922. N. H.— Wolfeboro, Sept. 11. 

PSILIDAE. 

Lozocera Meigen. 
L. cylindrica Say. 

N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 22. July 14-Aug. 8. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. June 7-Aug. 15. 



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L. cylindrica var. pleuritica Loew. 

Me —7, 8. N. H .— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt— 20. June 20-Aug. 8. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28. Conn.— 35, June 1-Aug. 9. 

L, cylindrica var. pectoralis Loew. 

N. H.— White Mts. Vt.— Mt. Ascutney, July 11. 

Mass.— Auburadale, May 29. Conn.—. 

L. cylindrica var. obsoleta Johnson, 20-15. 
Vt. — BurUngton, June 22; Winooski, Aug. 2. 
Mass.— Plymouth, July 28. R. I.— Buttonwoods, June 22. 
Conn. — Cornwall, June 23 {Chamberlain). 

L. collaris Loew. 

Me.— Liberty, Sept. 11, 1913 (Cushman). N. H.— Hampton, 

July 14 {Shaw). 
Mass.— Medford, Aug. 26 {G. W. Barber); Salem, June 28 

{Morse). 

Pseudopsila Johnson, 20-17. 

P. angustata (Cresson), 19-193. 

Vt.— Woodstock, Aug. 20 (A. P. Morse). 

P. fallaz (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 23-Sept. 3. 

Mass.— 25, 27, 28, 32. Aug. 16-Sept. 13. 

P. bivittata (Loew), 

Me.— 6, 9. N. H.— 15. Vt.— 16. June 14-25. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 28-June 28. 

P collaris flx)ew) 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 21. June 10-July 10. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29. Conn.— 35. May 27-July 4. 

P. perpolita Johnson, 20-18. 

Me.— Liberty, Sept. 9, 1913 {Cushman). N. H.— Center Har- 
bor, Sept. 10, 1914. 

Psila Meigen. 
P. bicolor Meigen. 
Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 19, 20. July 8-21. 

P. bicolor var. dimidiata Loew. 
Me.— Capens, July 14, 1907. 

P. frontalis Coquillett. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 12, 20, 22. July 7-23. 

Mass.— 23, 24. July 14-Aug. 5. 

1^ Ifl-teralis X^oeiv 

Mass.— Aubumdale, June 4-July 12 ; Ipswich, June 10. Conn — 
Winnipauk, June 12. 

P levis Ix)6w 

Me.— Mt. Desert, June 15-July 24 ; Ft. Kent, Aug. 17. N. H.— 
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P. longula Johnson, 21-14. 

Me.— 1, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 22. July 7-Aug. 28. 

Mass.— 23. Aug. 6. 

P. rosae (Fabricius). 

Me. — Pittsfield. N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Sloason). Vt. — 

Bennington, June 8; St. Albans, June 19. 
Mass. — Haggetts, Sept. 6 {Morse). 

P. stemalis Loew. 

Vt.— Burlington and St. Albans. June 21-23. 

Mass. — North Adams, June 14. Conn. — Darien, May 27. 

Chyliza Fallen. 
C. annulipes Macquart. 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 

C. apicalis Loew. 
Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 

Mass. — Aubumdale and Winchester, July 2, 1912. R. I. — 
Button woods, June 20. Conn. — Winnipauk, June 16. 

C. erudita Melander, 20-99. 

Vt. — Norwich, July 7; Bolton Mt., July 15 {Bryant). 
Mass. — Boston, May {Melander); New Bedford, May 24 
{Hough); Essex Co., May 2 (A. P. Morse). 

C. notata Loew. 

N. H.— Mt. Washington, 2500 ft., July 16; Bretton Woods, June 

24; Hampton, May 30 {Shaw). 
Conn. — Danbury, June 15. 

DiOPSIDAE. 

Sphyracephala Say. 

S. brevicomis Say. The Hammer-head Fly. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson); Dublin {Harris CoU.). 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 42. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 3-Oct. 
18. 

NOTIPHILIDAE. 

Gymnopa Fall {MosiUus of authors, not Latreille). 

G. tibialis (Cresson), 16-149 and 22-329. 

Mass.— 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. March 3- 
Sept. 21. 

Athyroglossa Loew. 

A. ordinata Becker, 06-135. 

N. H.— Cornish, July 13, 1908. Vt.— Lyndon, June 13 {Melander). 

Ochtheroidea Williston. 
O. granulosa Cresson, 22-314. 
Vt. — Dummerston, July 14. 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 



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Clanoneurum Becker, 03-165. 

C. cimiciformis (Haliday), 55-124. 

Me.— "Narrows/' Mt. Desert, Aug. 15, 1920. 
Mass. — North Falmouth, July 22 (Sturtevant). 

Psilopa Fallen. 
P. atrimana Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 12. July 24-Sept. 6. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31 , 32. Conn.— 35. May 10-Oct. 24. 

P. flavida Coquillett. 

Mass. — New Bedford {Hough) ; Woods Hole, Aug.-Sept. (Siurte- 
vant). Conn. — New Haven, May 11 {Champlain). 

P. fulvipennis Hine, 04-63. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 5, 1907 (Shaw). 

Mass. — Essex, Aug. 10 {Fuller); Horse Neck Beach, July 30; 
Woods Hole, July-Sept., and Naushon Isl., July 24 {Sturtevani). 

P. leucostoma Meigen. 

Me.— ''Narrows," Mt. Desert, June 29, 1920. 

Mass.— Gloucester, June 17, 1924. 

P. pulchripes Loew. 

Mass. — Cuttyhunk Island {Cockerell). 

Trimerina Macquart. 
T. madizans (Fallen). 
Me. — Bar Harbor, Aug. 16. N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. 

Slosson as Psilopa similis) ; Milford, June 23. 
Mass. — Plymouth, July 28; BrookUne, Aug. 23; Wellesley, May 

5-20 {Morse) ; Gloucester, June 17. 

Rliysophora Cresson, 24-159. 

R. robusta Cresson, 24-159. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 30. 

Mass. — Norfolk, Aug. 2; Sharon, Aug. 23; Nantucket, July 30, 
Aug. 19. 

Ditrichophora Cresson, 24-159. 

D. ezigua Cresson, 24-159. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 22, 1919. 

D. parilis Cresson, 24-160. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 18. Vt.— Mt. Ascutney, July 11, 3000 
ft. 

D. tacoma Cresson, 24-160. 

M^.—FoH Kent, Aug. 17, 1910. Vt.— Bolton Mt., Aug. 30 
{Bryant). J 

D. zanthocera (Loew) (D. lacteipennis Loew). 
Mass.- Plymouth, July 28, 1905. 



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Discocerina Macquart. 
D. leucoprocta Loew. 
Me.— 7, 8. June &-July 17. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. May 15-July 25. 

D. parva Loew. 

Me.— 4. N. H.— 11. Aug. 18. 

Mass.— 23, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 31-Oct. 19. 

Polytrichophora Cresson, 24-161. 

P. conciliata Cresson, 24-161. 
Me.— Machias, July 17, 1909. 
Mass. — Muskeget, July 14 {Brooks). 

Allotrichoma Becker. 
A. simplez (Loew). 
Mass. — Aubumdale, May 7, 1905; Boston, Sept. 22. 

A. trispinum Becker. 

Conn. — New Haven, May 4; Branford, June 27 {Viereck). 

Azysta Haliday. 
A. casta Haliday. 
Mass. — Woods Hole. 

denanthe Haliday. 
G. litorea Cresson. 
Mass.— Gloucester, June 20, 1924. 

HydreUia R.-Desvoidy. 
H. coniformis Loew. 
R. I. — Newport {Osten Sacken) ; Providence, Sept. 16. 

H. formosa Loew. 
Mb. — Bar Harbor, Aug. 12. 

R. I. — Kingston, July 25, 1905 {Barlow). Conn. — New Haven, 
May 14, 1904 {Viereck). 

H. hypoleuca Loew. 

Mb. — Moosehead Lake, July 14, 1907 ; Princeton, July 12. Vt. — 

St. Albans, June 20. 
Mass.— Nantucket, July 20, 1910 (G. Af. ilZfen); North Reading, 

June 10. 

H ischiaca Loew 

n! H.— Mt. Washington (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

H. morrisoni Cresson, 24-162. 

N. H.— "White Mts." (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

H. notiphiloides Cresson, 24-162. 
Mass.— Nantucket, July 20, 1910 {AUen). 



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H. obscttripes Loew (Mon. Dipt. N. Amer., pt. 1, p. 150, 1862); 
{H. obscuriceps Loew, Mon. Dipt. N. Amer., pt, 1, p. 162, 1862). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Sloason). Vt. — Norwich, July 7. 
Mass. — ^Beverly; Forest Hills, Boston; Woods Hole. 

H. scapularis Loew. 

Me.— 5, 7, 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 16. June 21-July 27. 

Mass.— 26. Conn.— 35. July 27-Aug. 4. 

H. tibialis Cresson. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 10. N. H.— Mt. Washington (Mrs. 
Slossan as H. hypoletica). 

H. valida Loew. 

Mb.— 7, 8, 10. July 17-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Jime 21-Sept. 8. 

nyfhea Haliday. 
I. spilota Curtis. 
Me.— 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 22. June 11- 

Aug. 9. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 18-Oct. 21. 

Notii»liiU FaUen. 
Subgenus NoUpkUa Fallen. 

N. loewi Cresson, 17-44 (AT. unicolar Loew, 1852, not Walker, 

1860). 
Me. — Bar Harbor, June 22. 
Mass. — Eastham, June 27; Nantucket, July 20 (AUen), 

N. riparia Meigen. 

Mass. — Nantucket and Tuckemuck, July 20-21 (Allen) . Conn.— 
New Haven, July 8. 

N. vittata Loew. 
Me.— Bar Harbor, July 20. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Aug. 2;Nantucket, July 20 (AUen). Conn.— 
New Haven, July 27. 

Subgenus Agrolimna Cresson, 17-48. 

N. atripes Cresson, 17-50. 

Me. — Machias, July 17; "Narrows," Mt. Desert, Aug. 13. 

Mass. — Beverly, June 15, 1875 (Burgess). 

N. bispinosa Cresson, 17-58. 

Me.— 7, 8. July 17-Aug. 13. 

Mass.- 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. June 27-July 25. 

N. olivacea Cresson, 17-52. 

Me.— 8. Vt.— 21. June 24-July 26. 

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N. scalaris Loew. 

N. H — 11, 15. Aug. 24. 

Mass.— 27, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 26-Aug. 24. 

Dichaeta Meigen. 

D. caudata (Fallen) (D. brevicauda Loew). 
Me.— Y, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. April 25-Sept. 1. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 36. May 20- 
Aug. 23. 

Typopsilopa Cresson, 16-147. 
T. atra Loew. 
Conn.— New Haven, Oct. 21, 1903 (Viereck). 

Pliil7g;ria Stenhammer. 

P, debilis Loew (P. fuscicornia Loew). 

Mb.— Mt. Desert, July 25-Sept. 7. N. H.— Mt. Washington 

{Mrs. Slosson). Vt. — Lyndon (Melander). 
Mass.— Beveriy (Burgess); Forest Hills, Boston. 

P fuscicomis Xx)ew 

Me.— Mt. Katahdin, 4750 ft., Aug. 21, 1913 {Alexander). N. H.— 

Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — ^Essex Co., June 20 {Morse). Conn. — New Haven, May 

12, 1904 {Viereck). 

P. opposita Loew. 

N. H.— 11, 12, 13. Vt.— 20. June 30-Sept. 11. 

Mass.— 27. R. I.— 33. July 31-Sept. 6. 

P, picta Fallen. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Gastrops Williston. 

G. nebulosus Coquillett. ' 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole, Sept. {Siurtevant). Conn. — ^New Haven, 
Oct. 18 {G. M. Alien). 

Efhydbidae. 

Pelina Haliday. 
P. tnmcatula Loew. 

Mass. — ^Barnstable, July 5; Provincetown, July 10 {Morse). 
R. I. — Providence, Aug. 10 {Davis). 

Lytogaster Becker. 

L. gravida (Loew) (L. wiUisioni Cresson, 16-150). 
' Mass. — Scituate, May 15, 1915; Rockport, July 15, 1904. 

L. eztera Cresson, 24-162. 
Mass. — Danvers, Sept. 23. 



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Napaea R.-Desvoidy. 
N. abbreviata (Loew). 

Mass. — Springfield, May 7; Mt. Tom, July 14; Brookline, July 4; 
Dedham, Sept. 4; Woods Hole, Sept. 5 {SturtevatU). 

N. alpina Cresson, 24-163. 

Me.— Fort Kent, Aug. 19, 1910; Mt. Desert, July 16-Aug. 11. 

N. breviceps Loew. 
N. H. — Hanover, July 6. 

Mass. — Scituate, May 15; Aubumdale, Aug. 2-Sept. 1; Chester, 
Aug. 7. Conn. — ^Winnipauk, June 16-Aug. 4. 

N. imitans (Loew). 

Me.— "Narrows," Mt. Desert, Sept. 12; Roque Bluff, Aug. 13 

{Morse); Kittery {Thaxter). 
Mass. — ^New Bedford (Hough). Conn. — Short Beach, July 5 

{Butrick). 

N. varia Loew. 

Me. — ^Bar Harbor, Aug. 18. N. H. — Franconia (Mrs. Slosson); 
Glen House, June 11, 1916. 

Paiadra Stenhammer. 
P. bituberculata Loew. 

Me.— 1, 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Apr. 11-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 15-Oct. 31. 

P. quadrituberculata Loew. 

Me. — Eastport, July 14; Mt. Desert, July 20. 

Mass. — Scituate, May 15. R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 18. 

Ochthera Latreille. 
O. mantis (De Geer). 

Me.— 3, 4, 8. N. H.— 11. July 18-Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. May 15-Sept. 30. 

Brachydeutera Loew. 
B. argentata (Walker). 
Me.— Southwest Harbor, June 24. 

Mass.— Gloucester, Aug. 30; Danvers, Sept. 25; Wellesley, Oct 
26 {Morse); Woods Hole, Sept. {Sturtevant). 

Ephydra Fallen. 
E. atrovirens Loew. 
N. H.— Hampton, Aug. 28 {Shaw). 

Mass. — Rockport, Aug. 28. Conn. — ^Branford, June 21; Wood- 
mont, July 9. 

E, subopaca Loew {E. halophila Packard, 1869, not V. Heyd, 

1844). 
Me.— 8. N.H.— 15. May 21-Aug. 13. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 20- 

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CiiruU Cre68on, 15-70. 

C. gigantea Cresson, 15-71. 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 15. Apr. 22-Sept. 22. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. June 21-Oct. 13. 

Coenia R.-Desvoidy. 

C. bisetosa Coquillett. 

N. H.— Hampton, Jan. 2, 1906 {Shaw). 

Mass. — Eastnam, June 27, 1904. 

C, palustris (Fallen). 

N. H.— Hampton, March 28 and April 30, 1910 (Shaw). 

Dimecoenia Cresson, 16-152. 

D. spinosa (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. July 27-Sept. 12. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 27- 
Sept. 8. 

Scatella R.-Desvoidy. 

S. callosicosta Bezzi. 

Mass.— Tuckemuck, July 21, 1910 (0. M. AUen); Martha's 
Vineyard, June 13, 1917. 

S. dichaeta Loew. 

N. H.— Hampton, Jan. 2, 1916 {Shaw). 

Mass.— Eastham, June 27'; Nantucket, July 20, 1910 (0. M. 
AUen); Muskeget, July 14 {Brooks); Gloucester, June 20. 

S. flavillacea Loew. 

Mass.— Chester, Aug. 7, 1912. 

S. lugens Loew. 

Me.— 3, 8. N. H.— 15. July 16-Aug. 18. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 26- 
Oct. 1. 

S. obsoleta Loew. 

Mass. — Eastham, Chatham and Hyannisport, June 27-July 4; 

Nantucket, July 20 {0. M. AUen). 
R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 17. 

S. stagnalis (Fallen). 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 11, 15. May 4-July 17. 

Mass.— 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35. May 15-Oct. 31. 

S. stenhammeri Zetterstedt. 

Me.— Mt. Katahdin, 5000 ft., Aug. 2, 1913 {Alexander); Mt. 

Desert, June 17-July 11. 
Mass.— Brookline, June 11, 1905; Sherbom, Oct. 14, 1922 (C. A. 

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Scatopldk Becker. 
S. mesogramma Loew. 
Masb. — Nantucket and Tuckemuck, July 20, 1921 {AUen); 

Martha's Vineyard, June 13, 1917. 
R. I. — Newport {Osten Sacken). 

S. variabilis Cresson, 17-341 (?S. despecta Haliday). 
Mb.— Southwest Harbor, Aug. 20, 1920. 
Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston {Bromberger); Springfield, May 7 
{RiASsell). 

Canacea Malloch, 24-52. 

C. macateei Malloch, 24-52. 

Mass. — Good Harbor Beach, East Gloucester, June 20, 1924. 

R. I.— Buttonwoods, July 25, 1911. 

Chlobopidae. 
Meromyza Mdgen. 
M. americana Fitch. 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. July 4-Aug. 12. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 21- 
Sept. 8. 

M. flavipalpis Malloch, 14-117. 

Me. — Mt. Desert, Sept. 8. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 30. Conn.— 35. May 23-Aug. 20. 

Cetema Hendel, 07-98 (Center Loew, 1872, not Schdnh., 1847). 

C. procera (Loew). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Sloason). 

Conn. — . 

C. subvittata (Loew) (C. hypocera Becker, 12-27). See Malloch, 

23—33 
Me.— 1,8. July 30-Aug. 19. 
Mass.- 23,27,32. R.I.— 33. July 22-Sept. 4. 

Epichlorops Becker, 1912 {Eurina Coquillett, not Meigen). 

E. ezilis (Coquillett). 

Me.— 7, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. June 13-July 15. 

Mass. — ^Beverly, June 3, 1876 (E. Burgess). 

Chloropisca Loew {Pseudochlorops Malloch, 14-119 and 15-162). 

C. glabra (Meigen) (C assimilis Macquart). 

Me.— 1,3,4,6,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 15. Vt.— 19,20. June 7- 

Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 14- 

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C. grata Loew. 

Me.— 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. N. H — 11, 12. Vt— 16, 18, 21, 22. June 

18-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 24, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 12- 

July 31. 

C. variceps Loew. 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 20. Mar. 28- 

Aug. 17. 

Mass.— 24, 25, 27. Conn.— 35. May 5-Oct. 17. 

C. rufescens Coquillett, 10-45. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. July 1-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 25-Aug. 6. 

C. Integra Becker, 12-66. 

Mass.— 24, 27, 29, 30, 31. June 25-July 11. 

Diplotoza Loew. 

D, versicolor Loew. 

Me.— 3,7,8,9. N.H.— 11,15. July 17-Aug. 30. 
Mass.— 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 16- 
Aug. 9. 

D. microcera Loew. 

Mass.— Chester, May 28, 1912. 

D. nigripes Coquillett, 10-44. 

Mass. — ^Brookline, Aug. 23; Manomet, July 26; Avon, June 14; 
Saxonville, Aug. 1 {Morse). R. I. — Tiverton, July 31. 

Anthracophaga Loew. 
A. sanguinolenta Loew. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 8-July 14. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 30, 32. R. I.— 35. May 23-July 4. 

Chlorops Meigen. 
C. crocata Loew. 

Me.— 1, 7, 8. N. H.— 15. July 17-Aug. 19. 
Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 35. May 27-Aug. 9. 

C. brunnipennis Becker, 12-58. 

Mass. — Fall River, Aug. 17 (Cushman). R. I. — Tiverton, July 
31. Conn. — Hamden, June 3 {Zappe). 

C. obscuricomis Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 8-Aug. 13. 

Mass.— 27, 31, 32. June 16-Aug. 9. 

C. melanocera Loew. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, July 13. 

Mass.— 29, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 9-Aug. 2. 

C. albifacies Adams. 

Mass. — Woods Hole {Melander). 



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C. certima Adams, 04-304. 

N. H. — Durham. Vt. — Winooski, Aug. 20 {Davis). 
Mass. — ^Boston, July 12; Woodbum, July 11. Conn.— New 
Haven, June 16 {Wdden). 

C. prozima Say. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 17. July 11-21. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 31. Conn.— 35. June 15-Aug. 1. 

C. scabra Coquillett. 

Me.— Ft. Kent, Aug. 19; Mt. Desert, Aug. 23. 

Mass. — Groton, July 8. 

C. subnigra Coquillett. 

Me.— Bar Harbor, Aug. 12, 1920. 

Parectecephala Becker, 1910. 

P. aristalis (Coquillett). 
Mass. — New Bedford, July 20. 

P. eucera (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 17, 22. June 9- 

Aug. 21. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. Conn.— 35. May 23-July 21. 

Ectocephala Macquart. 

E. similis Becker, 12-72. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, July 21. 

Mass. — Weston, July 23; Manomet, July 27. Conn. — Darien, 

Aug. 4. 

Pseudogauraz Malloch, 15-159. 
P. anchora (Loew). 
Mass. — Forest Hills, Boston, May 4 {Whiting); Essex, Aug. 8 

{Fuller); Brookline, Aug. 31; Weston, July 23. 

Gauraz Loew {Neogaurax Malloch, 14-119). 

G. apicalis Malloch, 15-160. 

Vt.— Norwich, July 8, 1908; Dummerston, July 14, 1908. 

G. interruptus Malloch, 15-363. 
Me.— M <. Desert, July 16. 
Mabb.— Woods Hole, July 23. 

G. dorsalis Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

Conn. — ^Winnipauk, Aug. 4, 1908. 

G. dorri Johnson, 1924(-1925). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, June 27. 

G. ephippium Zetterstedt. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. Vt.— 21. June 19-Aug. 10. 

Mass. — Eastham, June 27. 



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O {cstivUS Lo6w 

Mass.— Beverly, July 20 (U. S. Nat. Mus.). 

G, fumipennis (Malloch), 15-108. 
Vt.— Norwich, July 8, 1908. 

G. montanus Coquillett. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slossan). 

Mass. — Woods Hole, July 23. Conn. — Darien, May 27. 

G. obscuripennis Johnson, 13-35. 

N. H.— . 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7, 1912. 

Crassiseta Von Roser {Elachipiera of authors, not Macquart). 

C. aliena Becker, 12-81. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, July (Melander). 

C. costata Loew. 

Mass. — Aubumdale, Sept. 12; Wellesley, May 4 (Morse), R. I. — 
Kingston (Barlow). Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 16 (Viereck). 

C. formosa Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 

C. nigriceps Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 7-Aug. 4. 
Mass.— 26, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May] 13- 
July24. 

Melanochaeta Bezzi, 1906. 

M. decipiens (Loew) (Oscinis decipiens Loew). 

Me. — Mt. Desert, June 9-Aug. 10. N. H. — Mt. Washington 

and Glen House, June 14-July 4; Durham. 
Mass. — Wellesley, May 4 (Morse). 

M. planicollis Becker. 

Me. — Bar Harbor, Aug. 18. 

Mass. — Essex Co., Sept. 29 (Morse). 

M. eunota (Loew). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30 (McAtee). N. H.— Hanover, July 3 

(Shaw). 
Conn. — Branford, June 21 (Viereck). 

M. longula (Loew). 

Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 15. May 12-Aug. 14. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
May28-Oct. 11. 

M. nigricomis (Loew). * 

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appelates Loew. 
H. flavipes Loew. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12. July 7-14. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 15-Sept. 20. 

H. pusio Loew. 

N. H. — ^Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson) ; Durham, June 30. 

Mass. — ^Eastham, June 27; Freetown, June 6 (Easton); New 

Bedford {Hough). Conn. — New Haven, June 26-Aug. 3, and 

Cheshire, July 3 {Viereck). 

H. nobilis Loew. 

N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16, 20. June 22-July 19. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17- 
Aug. 7. 

H. plebius Loew. 

Mass. — Essex Co., May 16 {Morse). R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, 
June 17. 

H. nitifrons Malloch. 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole, July-Sept. {Siurievani), 

H. subvittatus Malloch. 

N. H. — Hanover, Aug. 31 {Siurievani). 

Mass. — Woods Hole and Oak Bluflf, Aug. {Siurievani). 

Madiza Fallen (Sipkonella Macquart). 

M. aequa Becker, 12-102. 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole, July {Melander). 

M. cinerea Loew {S. parva Adams). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 13, 15. Vt.— 16. June 27-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32. Conn.— 35. May Ifr-Oct. 19. 

M. latifrons Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson). 

M. neglecta Becker, 12-100. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30 {McAiee). 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. June 17-Aug. 5. 

M. nigripalpis Malloch, 13-282. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, Aug. 20-Sept. 6; Orr's Isl., July 24. 

Mass.— Chester, Aug. 7; Blue Hill, May 30; Aubumdale, Aug. 2. 

M. oscinina Fallen {S. laevigata of authors). 

Me.— 2, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 11, 13, 15. June 4-Sept. 10. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 7-Sept. 8. 

M. setulbsa Malloch, 18-110. 
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M. provocans Becker, 12-98. 

Mass. — Horse Neck Beach, June (Melander). Conn. — East 
Hartford, Aug. 9 {Walden). 

Notonaulax Becker, 1903. 
IX. cincta (Meigen). 

N. H.— Mt. Monadnock, June 22, 1917. 
Mass. — ^Dedham, Sept. 4; Aubumdale, June 28. 

Chaetochloropi Malloch. 

ۥ inquilina Coquillett. 
Mass.— Arlington, Nov. 27, 1920. 

Diicraeiis Loew. 
D. ruficeps (Meigen). 
Mass. — Essex, Apr. 17 (Fuller), from gall on cherry. 

Botanobia Lioy {Osdnia of authors; Oacinella Becker). 

B. anthracina (Meigen) (0. atriceps Loew). 
Mass. — New Bedford {Hough). 

B. cozendiz (Fitch). 

Me.— 1, 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Vt.— 16, 20, 21, 22. 

June 15-Sept. 11. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 

3(M)ct. 19. 

B. dorsata (Loew) (0. dorsalis Loew, 1869, not 1863). 
N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson), 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17- 
Aug. 8. 

B. frit (Linn6). 

Me.— 3, 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. May 5-Aug. 28. 
Mass.— 24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
14-Sept. 20. 

B.lhit var. pusilla Meigen (0. carbonaria Loew). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, July 14. N. H. — Mt. Washington. 
Mass. — Scituate, May 15. Conn. — West Haven, June 21 {Vie- 
reck). 

B. infesta (Becker), 12-109. 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 15. July 27-Sept. 12. 

Mass.— 26, 28, 29, 31, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 17- 
Sept. 8. 

B. minor (Adams), 05-110. 
Me. — Mt. Katahdin, Aug. 21 {Alexander). 
Mass. — ^Arnold Arboretum, Boston, July 25, 1921 {H. Morrison). 
R. I. — Providence, June 22 {Davis). 



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B. melancholica (Becker), 12-109. 
Me. — Orono, S^ept. 12 (Parshley). 

Mass. — Brookline, Aug. 5, 1918. Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 16 
(Viereck), 

B. nitidissima (Meigen) (0. variabilis Loew). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 13. 

Mass.— 27, 32. Conn.— 34, 35. June 27-July 21. 

B. nudiusculus Loew. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 21 {McAtee). 

B. pallipes (Loew). 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Sloss(>n). 

B. pectoralis (Coquillett). 

N. H. — Franconia {Mrs, Slosson). 

B. umbrosa (Loew). 

Conn. — West Haven, June 27 {Viereck), R. I. — ^Kingston, June 
17 {Barlow). 

B. trigramma (Loew). 
Me. — Mt. Desert, Aug. 13. 

Drosophilidae. 

Amiota Loew {Phortica Schiner). 

A. alboguttata Wahlberg. 

Me.— 7. N. H.— 12, 14. Vt.=-20. June 16-J;uly 17. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. June 14-Sept. 18. 

A. humeralis Loew. 

Me.— 4, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. June 14-Aug. 15. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 32. Aug. 7-23. 

A. leucostoma Loew. 

Me.-^, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 18, 20. June 10-July 

26. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. June 22-Aug. 25. 

A. minor Malloch, 21-312. 

Me.— 4, 5, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16. June 16-Aug. 18. 

Mass.— 23, 24, 27. R. I.— 33. June 26-Sept. 22. 

Stegana Meigen. 
S. coleoptrata Scopoli. 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 10-26. N. H.— Bretton Woods, June 24; 
Jaflfrey, June 20. Vt. — Norwich, July 8. 

S. curvipennis (Fallen) {S. vittata Coquillett). 

Vt.— 22. July 15. 

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DIPTERA. 283 

Clastopteromyia Malloch, 24-31. 

C. inyersa (Walker) (Drosophila inversa Walker). 
N. H.— 11, 12. July 7. 

Mass.— 26, 27. Conn.— 36. July 23-Oct. 18. 
The larva of this species lives in the ''spittle" of leaf -hoppers. 

Mycodrosophila Oldenberg. 
M. dimidiata (Loew). 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole {Sturtevant). 

Chymomyza Czemy. 
C. amoena (Loew). 
Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 22. June 23- 

July 18. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May ^8- 

Oct. 16. 

C. procnemis Williston. 

N. H. — Franconia and Mt. Washington {Mrs, Slosson). 

Leucophenga Mik. 
L. maculosa Coquillett. 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole, Sept. 16 {Sturtevant). 

L. varia Walker. 

Mass. — ^Woods Hole {Sturtevant). R. I. — Buttonwoods, July 25. 

Drosophila FaUen. 

D. aflinis Sturtevant, 16-334. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson) ; Hanover. 

Mass. — ^Beverly {E. Burgess) ; Woods Hole {Sturtevant). Conn. — . 

D. busckii Coquillett. 

Me.— 6. N. H.— 14, 15. Sept. 17-Nov. 9. 

Mass.— 27, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. Mar. 1-Oct. 15. 

D. colorata Walker {D. sulcata Sturtevant, 16-330). 
N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 22. June 24-July 14. 
Mass.— 23. May 26-Aug. 9. 

D. funebris (Fabricius). 

Me.— 6, 8, 9. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 19, 20. Apr.. 17- 
Nov. 14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 32. Conn.— 35. Mar. 28-Oct. 21. 

D. hydei Sturtevant, 21-101. 

Mass.— Boston, Oct. 11-27, 1913; Woods Hole, Sept. 10, 1913 
{Sturtevant). R. I. — ^Providence, Sept. 14, 1904 {Davis). 

D. iTnmigrans Sturtevant, 21-83 {D. tripunciaia Sturtevant, not 

Loew). 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole, June 7, 1913 {Sturtevant); New Bedford; 

Attleboro. 



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D. melanica Sturtevant, 16-332. 
Me.— 7. N. H.— 11. July 22. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. July 28-Oct. 21. 

D. melanogaster Meigen (D. ampelophila Loew). 
Me.— 6, 10. N. H.— 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 21, 22. July 15-Oct. 3. 
Mass.- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. 
June 17-Oct. 16. 

D. ordinaria Coquillett. 

N. H.— White Mts. (Morrison). 
Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5. 

D. putrida Sturtevant, 16-339. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, Sept. 2, 1914 {SiurUvarU); Auburadale, 
Oct. 1. 

D. quinaria Loew. 

Me.— I. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 16, 22. June 23-Aug. 5. 

Mass.- 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 
22-Oct. 21. 

D. repleta Wollaston (Z). pundvlaia Loew). 
Mass.— Boston, Sept. 10, Oct. 11; Fall River, Nov. 4 (EasUm)] 
Woods Hole {Sturievant). 

D. robusta Sturtevant, 16-331. 

N. H. — Hanover. 

Mass.— Woods Hole, Sept. 17, 1915 (SturiemrU). 

D. simulans Sturtevant, 19-153. 

N. H.— Randolph (Mm H. Daniels). 

D. transversus Fallen. ^ ^ 

Me.— 2,4,7,8. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14. Vt.— 16,22. June 20- 

Nov. 4. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 23- 

Nov. 15. 

Scaptomyza Hardy. 

S. adusta (Loew). 

Mb.—. N. H.— . Vt.— . 

Mass.— 29, 30, 32. Conn.— 35. Aug. 4-Nov. 9. 

S. graminum (Fallen). „ r^ . on 

Me:— 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 20. July 7-Oct. M. 
Mass.— 23, 27, 28, 29. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. Apr. 16- 
Oct. 18. 

S. terminalis (Loew) {Drosophila apicata Thomson). 
N. H.— Mt. Washington {Mrs. Slosson); Glen House, June 11, 
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Cttrtonotum Maoquart. 

C. helvum (Loew). 
Vt.— 22. July 15. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34. July 25- 
Aug. 22. 

Leiomyza Macquart. 

L. slossonae Aldrich, 19-140. 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slossan). 

Periacelis Loew. 
P. annulata (Fallen). 
Mass. — ^Woods Hole, June, on sap of an oak {Siurtevant). 

Aulacigaster Macquart. 

A. leucopeza (Meigen) {A. rufitarsis Macquart). 
N. H.— Hanover; Jaflfrey, June 18, 1923. 

Mass.— Norwood, Apr. 20 (Reiff); Bedford, June 23 {Barber); 
Woods Hole {SturtevarU). 

ASTEIIDAE. 

Asteia Meigen. 
A. beata Aldrich. 

Me. — Southwest Harbor, Mt. Desert, July 13, 1910. 
Mass. — Cheaierj Aug. 6, 1914. 

SigaloSssa Coquillett. 
S. flayeola Coquillett. 
N. H. — Franconia. 
Mass. — Boston, Sept. 23. * 

Geomyzidae. 
Geomyza FaUen {Balioptera Loew). 

G. subdola Johnson, 22-15. 
Vt. — Dummerston, July 14, 1908. 

Mass. — Manomet, July 27, 1905; Avbumdale, Aug. 16; Rutland, 
July 9. 

Diastata Meigen. 

D. nebulosa (Fallen). 

N. H. — Franconia; Hampton, June 3 {Shaw), 
Mass. — ^Wellesley, Mar. 27 {Morse); Medford, Sept. 14 {Barber). 
Conn. — New Haven, Oct. 31. 

D. repleta (Walker) {D. pulchra Loew). See Sturtevant, 23-4. 
Me.— Orono, June 5; Mt. Desert, July 8. N. H. — Hampton, 

May 17 {Shaw); Durham. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, Jime-Sept. {Sturtevant). 

D. vagans Loew. 

Me.— 1, 2, 4, 8, 9. N. H.— 11. Vt.— 20. June 20-Sept. 9. 

Mass.— 23, 25. June 15-Sept. 20. 



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D. modesta Melander, 13-290. 

N. H.— Summit of Mt. Washington, June 30, 1913. 

Cyamops Melander, 13-291. 

C. nebulosa Melander, 13-292. 
Me.— Salisbury Cove, Mt. Desert, July 13, 1923. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, July 7, 1902 {Mdander) ; Middleboro, July 
28 (Sturtevant); Woburn, July 11 {Barlow). 

Isdmomyia Loew. 
L spinosa Hendel, 11-45. 
Vt.— Norwich, July 7, 1908. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 5; Brookline, July 4. R. I. — Button- 
woods, June 22. 

Anthomyza Fallen. 
A. gracilis Fallen. 
Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 14. Vt.— 16, 21. June 19-Aug. 21. 

A tenuis fixjew I 

Mb.-^, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14. Vt.— 16, 18. June 15-Aug. 12. 

Mass. — . 

A. variegata (Loew). 

Mb. — Capens, July 20; Mt. Desert, Aug. 12. N. H. — Hanover, 

Aug. 3 {Sturtevant). 
Mass. — Manomet, July 27; Woods Hole, July {Sturtevant). 

Mumetopifl^Melander, 13-293. 

M. occipitalis Melander, 13-294. 

Mass. — Woods Hole, July-Sept. {SturtevarU). 

M. terminalis Loew {M. nitena Melander, 13-294, <f). 
Me.— Mt. Desert, July 17. N. H.— White Mts. 
Mass.— Woods Hole, July 16, 1902 {Melander); Bashbish Falls, 
June 27. 

Trizoscelis Rondani {Parodinia Coquillett). 

T. cinerea Coquillett {T. prima Hendel, 11-43). 
N. H. — Claremont, type locality for T. prima. 

Tethina Haliday. 
T. albula (Loew). 

Mass. — Chatham, July 1; Edgartown, June 29; Wollaston, Sept. 
5; New Bedford {Hough); Muskeget Isl., July 12 {Brooks). 

T. parvula (Loew) {Rhicnoessa whitm^ni Melander, 13-289). 
Me.— 10, Orr's Isl., July 24, 1907. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. July 8-Sept. 5. 



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Pelomyia Williston. 

P. mallochi Sturtevant, 23-7 {T eihina parvula of authors, not 

Loew.) 
Me. — "Narrows," Mt. Desert, June 9. N. H. — Hampton, May 

18 (Shaw). 
Mass. — ^North Falmouth, July 22; Woods Hole; Naushon Isl. 

(Sturtevant); Ipswich, Aug. 2 {Fuller); Barnstable, July 5. 

Conn. — Rowayton, Aug. 9. 

Chiromyia R.-Desyoidy {ScypheUa R.-Desvoidy). 

C. flaya (Linn4). 

Me.— 6, 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 12. July 4-27. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 29. June 5--Aug. 3. 

Milichiidae. 
Pholeomyia Bilimek. 
P. indecora (Loew). 
Me.— I, 6, 7, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. Vt.— 21. June 18- 

Aug. 16. 
Mass.— 26, 29, 32. R. L— 33. Conn.— 35. June 16-Aug. 4. 

BftUichielU GigUo-Tos. 
M. arcuata (Loew). 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 15. Vt.— 21. June 18-July 13. 
Mass. — ^29. June 8-Aug. 6. 

M. lacteipennis Loew. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. June 17-Aug. 20. 

EusiphoiiA Coquillett. 
E. mira Coquillett. 
Me. — Salisbury Cove, July 15. N. H. — Hanover, July 4 and 6, 

1908; Peterboro, Sept. 1 (C. F. Batchelder). 
R. I. — ^Buttonwoods, June 21. 

Poramyia Williston. 
P. nitens (Loew). 

Me.— Mt. Desert, July 30 {McAtee). N. H.— White Mts., July. 
Mass. — Woods Hole, Aug. {Sturtevant). 

Phyllomyza FaUen. 
P. securicornis Fallen. 

Me.— Orr's Island, July 25, 1907. N. H.— Hanover, July 4. 
Mass. — Beverly, Oct. 9; Aubumdale, Aug. 2; Woods Hole, 
July 23. 

Desmometopa Loew. 

D. latipes (Meigen). 

Me.— 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. June 4~Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 24-Oct. 16. 



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D. m-nigrum (Zetterstedt). 
Me.— 1. N. H.— 12, 13, 15. July 4-Sept. 10. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 85. May 7-Oct. 
16. 

D. sordidum (Fallen). 

ME.-4, 6, 8, 10. N. H.— 12, 14. June 4r-Aug. 1. 

Mass.— 25, 27. R. L— 33. Conn.— 35. May 30-Aug. 4. 

D. tarsalis Loew. 
Mass. — Boston, June 22. 

MallochielU Melander, 19-160 (Madiza of authors). 

M. glabra (Fallen). 

ME.-4, 6, 8, 9, 10. N. H.— 12, 15. Vt.— 21. July 6-Aug. 14. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 35. Apr. 
26-Sept. 26. 

M. halteralis (Coquillett). 

Mass.— 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. R. L— 33. May 30-Aug. 8. 

Meonetira Rondani. 
M. yagans (Fallen). 
Me.— Orr's Isl., July 26, 1907. 

Mass. — Boston, July 4 and Aug. 7; Cambridge; Woods Hole, 
July 30 {SturtevarU). 

Ochthophilidae. 
Ochthiphila Fallen. 
O. aridella Fallen. 
Me. — Mt. Desert, June 9-Aug. 21. 

Mass. — Gloucester, May 22; Groton, July 8j Welledey, May 12 
(Morse) ; Framingham, May 28. 

O. geniculata Zetterstedt. 

N. H.— Glen House, June 14. Vt. — Bennington, June 19. 

Mass. — Gloucester, May 22; Dan vers. May 16. 

O. juncorum Fallen. 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11. June 10-Aug. 11. 

Mass.- 23, 27. May 10-June 8. 

O. maritiina Zetterstedt. 

Conn.— Rockville, Aug. 23, 1905 (Viereck). 

O. polystigma Meigen. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 14, 15. June 14-Aug. 22. 
Mass.— 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 34, 
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Chamaemyia Panzer. 
C. elegans Panzer. 
Me.— Sugar Isl., Moosehead Lake, July 14; Salisbury Cove, 

July 15, 1922. 
Mass. — Wellesley, May 31, 1922 (Morse); North Reading, June 

10. Conn.— Westville, May 16 {Britton). 

Leucopis Meigen. 

L. maculata Thompson. 
Me.— Machias, July 17, 1909. 

L. nigricornis Egger. 

Me.^, 7, 8. N. H.— 13. June 10-Aug. 21. 

Mass.— 23, 27, 29, 30. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. June 11- 
Aug. 16. 

L. simplex Loew. 

Me.— 7*. N. H.— 11. July 10. 

Mass.- 23, 24, 27, 32. Apr. 22-Aug. 10. 

Agromtzidae. 

Odinia R.-Desvoidy. 

O. maculata (Meigen). 

Mass. — Cambridge, June 11, 1908. 

O. picta Loew. 

Conn. — Branford, June 23. 

Traganops Coquillett. 

T. irrorata Coquillett. 

Mass. — Fall River, July 11, 1916, on fermenting sap of red oak; 
Woods Hole and Naushon Isl., July {Sturtevant) . 

Agromyza Fallen.^ 

A. aeneiyentris Fallen. 

Me.— 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 14, 15. Vt.— 16. June 4-Sept. 25. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27. R. I.— 33. Conn.— 35. May 22~Sept. 4. 

A. aceris Greene, 17-313. 
R. I. — Buttonwoods, June 18, 1912. 
A cambium miner in maple. 

A. ambigua Fallen (A. nepHs Loew). 
N. H. — Franconia {Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass. — New Bedford (Hough). 

^Until the American species have been more thoroughly studied it seems 
inadvisable to separate the species into the several eenera proposed by Hendel 
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A. amelanchieris Greene, 17-316. 
N. H.— Hampton, May 21, 1921 (Shaw). 
R. I.— Kingston, June 16, 1909 (Barlow). 
A cambium miner of the Shadbush (Amdanchier canadensis). 

A. artemisiae Kaltenbach (A. jvcwnda Van der Wulp; A. plaJty^ 

ptera Thompson; A. malvae Burgess). 
Me.— 6, 8. N. H.— 11, 12, 15. June 27-July 11. 
Mass.— 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32. R. I.— 33. Conn.—. June 30- 

Sept. 4. 

A. atra Meigen (A. anguUda Loew). 

Me.— 6, 8. Vt.— 16. June 23-July 11. 

Mass.— 26, 27, 29. Conn.--35. June 10-July 23. 

k. bellidis Kaltenbach. 

N. H. — Base Station, Mt. Washington, June 27. 

Mass.— Mt. Greylock, July 25; Walpole, May 26. 

A. burgessi Malloch, 13-323. 

Mass. — Beverly ^ June 2, 1876 (E. Burgess). 

A. canadensis Malloch, 13-299. 
Vt.— St. Albans, June 21, 1913. 

A. citreifrons, Malloch, 13-290. 

MB.—Princetouy July 12, 1909. Vt.— Norwich, July 7, 1908. 

A. curvipalpis Zetterstedt. 

Mass.— Sharon, May 26; Woods Hole (Melander, 13-267 and 
251). 

A. diyersa Johnson, 22-26. 

Vt. — Dummerston, July 14, 1908. 

Mass. — Chester, Aug. 7, 1912. 

A. dubitata MaUoch, 13-311. 

Mass.— Beverly, July 19, 1869 (E. Burgess). 

A. genualis Melander, 13-261 (A. coloradensis Malloch, 13-297). 
Me. — Eastport, July 14; Machias, July 14; Mt. Desert, July 15. 
Mass. — Gloucester, July 8. 

A. lateralis Macquart (A. coquillettiy Malloch, 13-295). 
Me.— 8. N. H.— 12. Vt.— 20. July 3-18. 
Mass.— 26, 27, 30. May28-July8. 

A. longipennis Loew. 

N. H. — Mt. Washington (Mrs. Slosson). 
Mass.— Chester, Aug. 9, 1912. 

A. marginata Loew. 

Mass. — Horse Neck Beach, Aug. 5 (Hough) ; Beverly, May 28 
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A. mftlampyga Loew {A. flaviventris Johnson). 

Me.— 7, 8. N. H.— 11, 14. Vt.— 16, 20, 21. June 5-July 15. 

Mass.— 23, 26, 27, 28, 29. Conn.— 35