AUSTRALIAN HYMENOPTERA CHALCIDOIDEA, XII.—GIRAULT. 275 AUSTRALIAN HYMENOPTERA CHALCIDOIDEA— XII.* The Family Callimomidae with Descriptions of New Genera and Species. By A. A. Girault. SUBFAMILY CALLIMOMINAE. Genus T0EYMU3 Dalman. 1. TORYMUS EUCALYPTI Ashmead. Female; male. Length, 2.8 to 3 mm. ; ovipositor as long as the body. Gold green with cupreous reflections; head in front and mesopleura blue-green; mandibles rufous; palpi white; antennas brown-black, scape and pedicel aeneous; tegulae and legs except coxae and the hind femora which are metallic green, pale yellowish, tibial spurs and tarsi white; wings hyaline, stigmal and marginal veins brown. Head shagreened and punctate, ocelli red ; thorax above transversely wrinkled or striate, with some sparse punctures scattered over its surface; metathorax smooth, with some short lineations at extreme base just back of scutellum; mesopleura smooth, impunctate except some delicate tines on anterior margin; hind coxa? large, coarsely reticulated. The male measures from 2 to 2.25 mm. and agrees well with the female except in the usual sexual differences, and in having sometimes a brownish or metallic band on the anterior and middle femora, the extreme base of the scape being yellowish, while the flagellum is stouter, with the joints a little wider than long. Habitat: Sydney, New South Wales. From a soft red gall on Eucalyptus. Type: No. 4877, United States National Museum, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Genus CALLIMOME Thomson. 1. CALLIMOME ACACLE Cameron. ' ' Green ; thorax tinged with blue, face and malar space tinged with golden, antennal scape green, flagellum black; trochanters, base and apex of femora narrowly and tibiae and tarsi yellow, almost white; wings hyaline, nervures black. m a 1 Q . Length, 2 mm. ; terebra 1.5 mm. Erina, N.S.W., bred from small berry-like galls on the foliage of Acacia sp. ; 28 August (W. W. Froggatt). Face strongly punctured, more weakly above than below, and more sparsely in the middle above; a keel runs down its middle from the antennae, it becoming widened below. Vertex and front sparsely punctured, their sides transversely striated, the latter more strongly than the former; the space below the ocelli aciculated only. Mesonotum finely, closely transversely striated. Base of scutellum transversely, the sides finely and closely longi-* Contribution No. 35, Entomological Laboratory, Bureau of Sugar Experiment Stations, Bundaberg, Queensland.