1007.1 NAITHVL SCIENCES OF I'l 1 1 1, \ DIChPlHA. 419 A COLLECTION OF FISHES FROM VICTORIA AUSTRALIA BY IIEKHY W. FOWLER. The Academy has recently received through the Conchological Department a collection of marine fishes from Victoria, Australia. This collection was made by Mrs. Agnes F. Kenyon, of IMelbourne, and though reported in full in this paper, embraces a few specimens secured in the southern Pacific which are listed in footnotes. Evidently most all the others were obtained along the coast of Victoria. The entire collection has been presented by the Conchological Department to the Academy. Some of the specimens are in bad preservation. SGYIilORHINID^I. Catulus analis (Ojrilby). Folu-egg-cases agreeing with Dr. Waite's figures. Besides these there are egg-cases of other sharks which I am unable to identify, and whichjprobably belong to the genera Hctcrodoutus, Scyliorhinus and Crossorhinus. DASYATID^ Trygonoptera testacea Miillor and Ilcnle. A tail with 2 spines and small dorsal agrees with Miiller and Henle's figure. Two other large spines, the larger IOtV inches long, probably belong to some species of Dasyatis. Another tail with a well-developed dorsal fin close in front of the spine belongs probably to Myliobatis. CHIM^RID^. PSYCHICHTHYS subgen. nov. Type Hydrolngas ivaitei sp. nov. Differs from subgenus Hydrolagus Gill, in the entire or undivided dorsal. ('/'T.^r,, ghost; '-/One, fish; with reference to the vernacular given to these fishes in Australian seas.) Hydrolagus waitei sp. nov. Fig. l. Head about 5; depth about 5|: snout 1| in head; eye 6}; width of mouth 3; maxillary 3^ ; interorbital space 3^; pectoral about 1 \.