THE NONDIASPINE COCCIDAE OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF APPARENTLY NEW SPECIES 1 BY HAROLD MORRISONOf the Bureau of Entomology, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. ONE PLATE AND FORTY TEXT FIGURES Under the title Coccidse of the Philippine Islands,2 Miss Eliza-beth Robinson published in 1917 an account of the species of theCoccidae then known from the Islands, and described some newspecies in the family, subfamily Diaspime. In the meantimeand subsequently I have received or obtained a considerablenumber of lots of material of the nondiaspine subfamilies forstudy, mostly through sendings of specimens for determination toDr. L. O. Howard, chief of the Bureau oA Entomology; and Ihave also worked over the specimens from the Philippines nowin the United States National collection of Coccide with theresult that a number of species have been added to the listhitherto known from the Philippines, and through the oppor-tunity for examining type specimens of a number of the species,different conclusions from those of Miss Robinson in regard tothe identity of several of the species listed by her have beenreached. In view of the large amount of material examinedand the changes in synonymy and identity noted, it has beenconsidered advisable to prepare a paper covering the nondias-pine species of the family in their entirety, even where no newinformation is added to that given by Miss Robinson. Thispaper is supplementary to hers to the extent that no host ordistribution records given by her are repeated. I am indebted to Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, Mr. D. B. Mackie,Mr. R. C. McGregor, Prof. C. F. Baker, Mr. Geo. Compere, and,through the Director of the Philippine Bureau of Science, Prof.C. S. Banks for material for study from the Islands. No effort *Published with the permission of the Secretary, United StatesDepartment of Agriculture. 'Philip. Journ. Sci. � D 12 (1917) 1-47, pls. 1-6.