154 MEMOIRS OF THE QUEENSLAND MUSEUM. AUSTRALIAN HYMENOPTERA CHALCIDOIDEA— II. SECOND SUPPLEMENT. 1 By A. A. Girault. Family MYMARID.E. OOCTONINI. Genus CAMPTOPTEKA Foerster. 1. CAMPTOPTERA GREGI Girault, By mistake, in the original description, the name of this species was spelled gregsi. The single European species (papaveris) is not like the single North American species with which this species was compared. But the European species formerly identified by me as papaveris Foerster is a new species which is now named saintpierrei (Camptoptera papaveris Foerster in Girault, 1909). The species occurs in England and is much like the North American pulla of Girault. The species greg is common in its type locality. Genus OOCTONUS Haliday. 1. OOCTONUS FLAVIPES new species of Girault and A. P. Dod 1. Male: — Length, 1.60 mm. Black; legs (including coxae) bright golden yellow; abdominal petiole golden yellow. Thorax normal. Scutum shining, finely reticulate, caudad sublongitudinally rugose; parapsides shining, with very faint reticulation. Axillae glabrous; sentellum glabrous at immediate base, thence scaly and with half a dozen longitudinal rugae. Propodeum rugose, the meson broadly smooth, bounded at caudal half by two sharp carina?, rather wide apart. Antennae 13-jointed, long and slender, distinctly longer than the body; pedicel small: second funicle joint the longest, one half longer than first; others gradually and slightly shortening, the tenth subequal to first, Fore wings long, rather broad but of the graceful type; somewhat infuscated; longest marginal cilia equal to one seventh greatest wing width; discal cilia present under marginal vein in two long-and two shorter rows; discal cilia not fine, dense, arranged in about 30 rows. Described from one male caught by sweeping in open forest, 1,300 feet, September 16, 1913 (A. P. Dodd). Hahilat: Kr.randa. Queensland. Type: No. By 2445, Queensland Museum, Brisbane, the male on a slide. 2. OOCTONUS GIGAS new species. Feme le :— Length, 2.10 mm. Jet black, the petiole of abdomen, hind coxa?, trochanters, scape and pedicel pale or straw yellow, the legs reddish brown, the hind tibia? below knees darker; distal third of blade 1 See Volumes I and II, Memoirs Queensland Museum.