6 INSECUTOR INSCITI^ MUNSTRUUS Two females reared from pupae of Gelechia gossypiella. June 10, 1915, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii (August Busck), Types. — Cat. No. 21045, U. S. Nat. Mus., the specimens on tags, a fore wing and antenna on a slide. This is the species referred to in the Hawaiian publications as Hockeria species. TWO NEW CRANE-FLIES FROM THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (Diptera, Tipulidce) By CHARLES P. ALEXANDER The following new species were included in a collection of crane-flies sent to me for determination by Mr. Nathan Banks. I am indebted to Mr. Banks for the loan of this material and for numerous other favors in the past. Tribe ANTOCHINI Genus ORIMARGULA Mik. 1883. Orimargula Mik; Wien. Entomol. Zeitung, vol. 2, p. 198. This genus has long been considered as being synonymous with Antocha O. S., but is a valid group. It curiously unites the characters of the more generalized Antocha with the special-ized groups, Orimarga and Diatrepha. The only species hith-erto described is O. alpigena Mik (1. c, p. 199-201, fig. 1) from the Australian Alps. Orimargula philippina, new species. Coloration brownish ; wings whitish opalescent ; the anal angle prominent; the fused portion of M^-\-Cui short; basal de-flection of Cmi far before the fork of M. Male. — Length, 3 mm.; wing, 4.3 mm. Frontal prolonga-tion of the head reddish brown, the mouth-parts yellower. An-tennae dark brown, the flagellar segments elongate-oval. Head brown (if a bloom is normally present it has been destroyed in the type).