68 PROCEEDINGS OF THE ACADEMY OF [March, revision of cayuga lake spiders, by nathan banks. In The Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia for 1892, pp. 11-81, 1 gave a list of spiders collected in the vicinity of Ithaca, N. Y. It was the first important local list published in this country. Twenty-five years have passed since its preparation, and twenty-five years in any department of natural history produces many changes. A number of the new species have proved to be synonyms, a number have been redescribed by others since, and many species have had either their generic or specific name, or even both, changed since then. It is the purpose of this paper to briefly review these changes and to give a few notes and figures of such forms as seem to have escaped collection in recent years. The arrangement is the same as in the original work. Species not mentioned are unchanged. DRASSID^E. Micaria formicoides. This is a dark specimen of M. longipes, with the femora darker than usual. Prosthesima rufula. Goes in Zelotes. Prosthesima frigida. Goes in genus Zelotes. Prosthesima immaculata = Zelotes rufula Bks. Prosthesima blanda. Belongs to genus Zelotes. Prosthesima atra. Belongs in Zelotes. Prosthesima depressa. Belongs in Zelotes. Prosthesima ecclesiastica. Belongs in Herpyllus.