USDESCRJBED Cnàm-lhlES [M THE PaRIS NaTIONAL MllSEIIM.
Bv Chakles p. Alëxander,
Ph. D., Urbaua, m., U. s. A.
NEW WORLD SPEGIES.
Tribe PEDIGIINI ,
Genus Oriiîthodcs GoquiHel.
Ornithodes hai'.rimani CoquHlelt.
1900. Ornithodes harrimani Goquillett : Proc. Wash. Acad. Se, voi. a, p. ioo.
Ornithodes harrimani has been known hilherto only from the unique
maie type preserved in the collection of the United States National Mu-
séum. In the extensive collections of the Paris Muséum, a female spéci-
men was found which is hère described as the allotype.
AUotype, 9. — Length, 2 5 mm. ; wing, 23 mm. ; head alone
Similar to ihe type maie. Size larger. Fémoral bases and haltères
infuscated. Wings with greyish yellow. Venation: iSc2 before the origin
of Rs about the lenglh ofthe basai deflection of Cwi : i?s strongiy an-
gulated at origin ; free portion of i?2 (the apparent radial crossvein) about
its own length from the tip of i? 1 ; a supernumerary crossvein in cell i? 3 at
about fourfifths the length of the cell ; a long spur on vein Rk beyond
midiength, thisjutting distad into cell Rk , surrounded by a conspicuous
brown seam; pétiole of cell Ru shorter than, of Ml longer than, the basai