188 Journal New York Entomological Society. [Voi xi. Fig. lo. A small piece of lateral perforated part of diaphragm highly magnified. Fig. II. Median vertical section of posterior part of male abdomen, ac. g/s., accessory glands; an., anus; cer., cercus ; ej. </., ejaculatory duct; g. c, genital chamber; /^w., penis; ;iO(/. //., podical plate; r. , serrated rod above penis; rect., rectum; sa. pL, suranal plate; s. p., spermatic pouch; A'/., tenth tergum ; IX s., ninth sternum. Fig. 12. Ventral view of dorsal body-wall with diaphragm and tracheae attached. ao., aorta; dp., diaphragm; dp. in., fan-shaped muscle bundles ("alary" muscles) of diaphragm ; d. I. tr., dorsal longitudinal trachea; ht., heart; /. /;-. , transverse tracheae. Fig. 13. Alimentary canal, left side, cr., crop; gas. c, gastric cKca ; 7nal. t., Malpighian tubules; a-., cesophagus ; red., rectum; vent., ventriculus. NEW NOCTUIDS FOR 1903. NO. 5.* By John B. Smith, Sc.D. Luperina migrata, sp. rov. Ground color fuscous brown, shaded with smoky and marked with black. Head darker in front, immaculate, collar with a median, black transverse line below which it is paler. Disc of thorax palest, the sides of the patagia smoky ; tufting small and neatly marked. Two or three small dorsal tufts of the abdomen evident. The prima-ries are strigate in appearance, and the transverse maculation is all lengthily dentate. There is a black basal streak and a black streak along the inner margin near base, ex-tending to the t. a. line. The t. a. line is marked by a pair of oblique smoky streaks on the costa, and by a black dent on vein I ; in the submedian interspace it merges into a claviform that is black-edged and extends to the t. p. line. T. p. line geminate, smoky, the included space paler, even and evenly curved to opposite the cell, then inwardly oblique, strongly dentate, the inner portion becoming black as it approaches its lower termination ; a blackish shading extends over the junction with the claviform. S. t. line slender, pale, dentate, broken, with difficulty traceable through a series of black or black-ish interspaceal streaks. A pale ray extends from the t. p. line to outer margin over veins 3 and 6. There is a narrow black terminal line at the base of the slightly scajloped fringes, which are brown, marked with a conspicuous yellowish dot at the end of each vein. There is a difiluse smoky or blackish median shade, oblique from costa between the ordinary spots, then inwardly oblique, less marked, parallel to the t. p. line. The orbicular is elongate, narrow, oblique, black bordered and narrowly pale ringed. Reni-form large, upright, kidnfey-shaped, pale ringed, partly edged with black scales. Secondaries soiled white at the base, the veins smoky, with a moderate deep smoky outer border : a blackish lunate terminal line at the base of the whitish fringes. Be-neath, primaries gray, blackish powdered, with a distinct discal spot, an extramedian line and a series of dark terminal lunulas. Secondaries whitish with a gray powdery border along the costa and outer margin, a small discal lunule and a distinct extra-median line. Expands 1. 70-1. 80 inches ^42-45 mm. * The fourth paper of this series, containing references to those preceding is in the Trans. Am. Ent. Soc, XXIX, 191-224.