42 ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY Carpoglyphus alienus, new species. Body nearly elliptical, rather pointed in front, broadly rounded behind; without separation between cephalothorax and abdomen; with but few hairs above; a pair in front between legs I and II, a submarginal pair above leg IV, and two pairs of longer ones behind; the median pair are on the dorsurn, the other pair on the posterior margin; a large dark elliptical spot each side behind. Legs of moderate length and slenderness; leg I has the long hair from near middle of penultimate joint; the basal clavate hair of tarsus is curved near tip. The caroncles are not very distinct, but the claws are large. In leg IV the tarsus is fully twice as long as the metatarsus. The vulva of the female, which is well forward and intercoxal, shows two divari-cate lines, and each side two oval suckers. The male opening is farther back, and nearly three times as long as broad, rather broader behind, and the sides slightly concave; there are two circular suckers each side. Various specimens found in urine, Batavia, Java. It differs from C. passularum in the less hairy legs, and appar-ent lack of short hairs on dorsum, as well as in genital apertures. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Miyake, H., u. J. Scriba. Vorl. Mitth. uber eine neuen Parasit. des Menschen. Berl. Klin. Wochenschrift, 1893, no. 16, p. 374. [Describes Nephrophages sanguinarius; it is a Tarsonemus.] Miyake, H., u. J. Scriba. Nephrophagus sanguinarius, ein neuer meschl. Parasit. in Urogenitalapparat. Mitth. med. Faculitat d. K. Jap. Univ., Ill, p. i; 1897. Marpmann. Ueber d. vorkommen von Milben in Harn. Cen-. tralb. f. Bakter. u. Parasit. (I), xxv, 1898, p. 304. J. C. van der Harst. Hen nieuve parasiet. Pharmaceutisch' Weekblad, 1903, pp. 104-106. [Describes Glyciphagus privatus Oud.] A. C. Oudemans. Mijten in Urine. Pharmaceutisch' Week-blad, 1904, pp. 269-271. The following papers were submitted to and accepted by the Publication Committee : REMARKS ON GENITALIC GENERA IN THE CULICID^E. By HARRISON G. DYAR. In a recent publication * Dr. K. P. Felt has figured the geni-talia of the cf c? of a number of species of Culicidae, and in a brief 'Bull. 79, N. Y. State Mus., 1904.