60 DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES OF AUSTRALIAN COLEOPTERA. By Arthur M. Lea. Part VII. (Plate iv.) In the present paper I record three additional blind species from Tasmania. Of these, one — Anommatus 12-striatus^ Miill. — has presumably been introduced from England ; a second — Phycochus graniceps, Broun, appears to be indigenous in Tasmania, but occurs also in New Zealand; whilst the third — P. sulcipennis, n.sp. — so far is known only from Tasmania. The number of blind species of Coleoptera now recorded from Australia and Tasmania is eight, as follows : — Carabid.e. Steganomma porcatum, Macl. Queensland.* Illap)hamLS Stephensi, Macl. New South Wales. COLYDIID.E. Anommatus 12-striatus^ Miill. Tasmania. SCARAB.EID.E. Phycochus graniceps, Broun. Tasmania. P. sulcipennis, n.sp. Tasmania. CURCULIONID.E. Halorhynchus caecus, Woll. West Australia. H. geniculatus^ Lea. West Australia. Tasnianica myrinecojohila, Lea. Tasmania. * Although its " eyes " are mentioned, this species is really without them. I do not comment further on the species, as I believe Mr. Sloane is about to do so.