130 Mr. G. A. Boulenger on EXPLANATION OF PLATE VTL Fig. 1. Trachycystis ligntcola. Fig. 2. Ennea elliptica. Fig. 3. formosa. Fig. 4. Succinea pisci7ialis. Fig. 5. Buliminus ziiluetisis. Fig. 6. Hapalus glohosus. Fig. 7. Pupa Farquhari. Fig. 8. Phijsa gradata. Fig. 9. Cyclophorus minimus. XIX. — On a Second Collection of Reptiles made hy Mr. E. Lort-PMllips in Somaliland. By G. A. Boulenger, F.R.S. Since the publication in these ' Annals ' * of a report on a small collection of Reptiles made by Mr. Lort-Phillips at Berbera and in the Goolis Mountains the British Museum has received a second collection made by the same gentleman in the same district in 1896-97. It contains examples of most of the Reptiles mentioned in the first report, and, in addition, of eight species, two of which are new, enumerated in the following list. Lizards. 1. Hemidactylus mahuiay Mor. Goolis Mountains. 2. Agama Rueppellii, Vaill. Goolis Mountains. 3. Agama [Xenagama] hatillifera, Vaill. Found in holes on the Sogsoda plain, Goolis Mountains, at an elevation of about 2000 feet. 4. Latastia Hardeggeriy Steind. Latastia Hardeggeri, SteindacLner, Ann. Hofnius. Wien, \i. 1891, p. 371, pi. xi. Eremias heteroUpis, Boettger, Zool. Anz. 1893, p. 115. This species is very closely allied to L. Neumanni, Matschie, frcm Aden, recently described by J. Anderson (P. Z. S. 1895, * Ser. 6, vol. xvi. 189o, p. 165.