DESCRIPTIONS OF ADDITIONAL AUSTRALIAN PYRALIDINA. By E. Meyrick, B.A., F.E.S. The following species, mostly new, are additions to the list of Australian Pyralidina, and include several forms of considerable interest. They are mostly received from tny esteemed and energetic Queensland correspondents, Mr. G. Barnard of Coomooboolaroo, and Dr. T. P. Lucas of Brisbane. PYRALIDIDAE. Centropseustis, n.g. Forehead with projecting tuft of scales ; ocelli present ; tongue well-developed. Antennse |, in ^ stout, dentate, moderately ciliated, with a fine obliquely projecting spine from near base of stalk above, basal joint moderately large. Labial palpi long, porrected, clothed with dense loose scales, in ^ bent, in 9 nearly straight, in ^ with terminal joint enlarged and excavated internally and clothed with very dense expansible scales above and beneath. Maxillary palpi obsolete. Posterior tibiae with outer spurs about \ of inner. Forewings with vein la simple, connected by a bar before middle with lb, 6 approximated or from a point with 9, 7 and 8 out of 9, 10 connected with 9 at a point above 7. Hind-wings over 1 ; veins 4 and 5 closely approximated at base, 7 out of 6, anastomosing with 8 at a point before middle. A curious and distinct genus, allied to Hypotia.