Vol. XXVl] ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS. IOI Locality : Imperial Co., California. Collector : E. O. Essig. I am indebted for the specimens on which this species is described to Mr. E. O. Essig, of Sacramento, who has very kindly supplied me with some interesting California material. EXPLANATION OF PLATE III. Fig. i. Telamona alta sp. nov. (Lateral view) 2. Telamona alta sp. nov. (Cephalic view) 3. Carynota maculata sp. nov. (Lateral view) 4. Carynota maculata sp. nov. (Cephalic view) 5. Stictocephala tninuta sp. nov. (Lateral view) 6. Stictocephala minuta sp. nov. (Cephalic view) 7. Ceresa occidcntalis sp. nov. (Lateral view) 8. Ceresa occidcntalis sp. nov. (Cephalic view) 9. Ceresa occidcntalis sp. nov. (Dorsal view) 10. Ceresa occidcntalis sp. nov. (Last ventral segment, female.) Additions to Insects of New Jersey. By HARRY B. WEISS, New Brunswick, N. J. Since the publication of the 1909 Report of the New Jersey State Museum containing "The Insects of New Jersey" by Dr. John B. Smith, the following additional species have come to light, the records of which have been taken from ENTOMOLOGI-CAL NEWS, Bulletins of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, Reports of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Bulle-tins of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, publications of the U. S. Bureau of Entomology, Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum and personal observations. Thanks are due to Mr. C. A. Frost and Mr. Dury for determinations made in the Coleoptera and to Mr. C. H. Richardson for indicating the sources of most of the records in the Ilymenoptera. Credit is given in the text to the collectors who have been kind enough to send me their new records. Order NEUROPTERA. Conwentzia angulata Navas. Wosttiold, Au.u;. :;i. do la Torre Bueno. Order TRICHOPTERA. Neuronia smithi Banks. Lakehurst, July 4. Englehart.