June, 1904 ] DyAR : LePIDOPTERA FROM UnITED StATES. 105 NEW LEPIDOPTERA FROM THE UNITED STATES. By Harrison G. Dyar, A.M., Ph.D., Washington, D. C. Family PYRALID.-E. Scoparia torniplagalis, new species. Wings narrow ; light gray, basal space slightly ocherous tinted, a black sub-basal point, incompletely connected to base; t.-a. line strongly oblique, whitish, slightly notched on median vein, black shaded without ; a diffuse brown shade spreads from the black color to the disk. Reniform marked by a fine, irregular black X-mark. T.-p. line narrowly excurved over cell, else nearly straight, whitish, narrowly black edged within. A black shade at tornus and small dot opposite center of outer margin. Hind wing pale whitish, smoky on margin. Expanse, 17 mm. Two specimens, Seattle. Washington (O. B. Johnson). Type. — No. 7886, U. S. National Museum. Sarata rhoiella', new species. Fore wings with 11 veins, 4 and 5 separate ; hind wings with 8 veins, cell normal, 2 near angle; labial palpi porrect, somewhat triangularly scaled, thick ; maxillary palpi small, not tufted ; J' antennae slightly bent, with tufts of small over-lapping brown scales on the bend. This agrees with Hulst's description of Sclagia (Trans. .\vc\. Ent. Soc, xvii, 159, 1890) but not with his synoptic table. Reddish gray, costa slightly lighter ; inner line pale, waved, edged without with a vinous black band that is heavier on the costal half and oblique toward the base. Discal dots distinct, vinous black, separate. Terminal area vinous shaded, becoming black apically, cut by the whitish outer line, which is slightly irregular, but straight in general course, rather broad. Color slightly streaked on the veins in darker. Hind wings light grayish, uniform. Expanse, 23-27 mm. Ten specimens ; eight from Pike's Peak, Colorado, above timber, July 21, 190 1, two bred from larvse on j^joison ivy, Platte Canyon, Colorado, July 19 (Dyar & Caudell), mixed with Gelechia ocellella Chambers. Type. — No. 7S87, U. S. National Museum. Salebria bakerella, new species. Fore wings with 11 veins, 4 and 5 separate; liind wings with S, 3-5 stalked, cell rather short ; labia! palpi erect, flattened ; maxillary palpi pencil-tufted in $ ; antennre sliglitly bent at base, apparently with scale tuft.