116 THE PEOCEEDINGS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY 65. — BuTOROiDES JAVANICA, Horsf. Grey, Handbh Bds., vol. III., p. 31. Loc. Hall Sound. 66. — Ntcticorax caledonica, Sm. Grey, Handbk. Bds., vol. III., p. 33. Loc. Katau. Order GALLING, Family MEGAPODIDtE. 67.— -MiGAPODIUS DUPERREYI, LeS8. Salvad. ^ If Albert, t c. p. 838 ; Salvad. op. cit. IX. p. 48 ; Ramsay, op. cit. I. p. 394 ; Sharpe, op. cit. XIII. p. 504. Plentiful throughout the Southern Coasts and adjacent Islands. Loc. Hall Sound, Yule Island, &c. On two new species of Gerygone. By E. P. Ramsay, F.L.S., &c. Gertgone inconspicua, sp. nov. This species comes near Gerygone chloronoius of Mr. Gould, but differs in having a pure white throat, and the chest, breast, abdomen, and under tail-coverts, citron yellow ; from G. albogularis it may be distinafuished by having the tail of a uniform tint without any bar, or white tips. A spot in front of the lores, and a ring round the eye white ; a dark blackish spot under the eye, at the gape ; flanks tinged with olive ; under wing-coverts white, washed with citron color ; tail and wings brown above, the outer webs washed with olive ; the quills lighter brown below ; shafts of the tail feathers white at the base below, brown above ; all the upper surface of the body olive brown tinged with green ; bill black, legs and feet lead color. Total length from tip of bill 3*7 in., wing 2*1 in., tail 1'7, tarsus 0*7, bill from forehead 0'5. Sex. <^ ? Hab. Scrubs on banks of Lalokie river, where Mr. Alex. Morton informs me he obtained it among the leafy tops of the trees.