STUDIES IN AUSTRALIAN LEPIDOPTERA. By a. Jefferis Turner, M.D., F.E.S. (Bead before the Royal Society of Queensland, 2ijt}t April, 1915.) Family ARCTIAD^. Subfamily Nolinse. PiSARA HYALOSPILA. vakoaniXog, with transparent spot. Pisara hyalospila, Hmps. Cat. Lep. Phal., Suppl. i., p. 389. ^ $ 18-20 mm. Head white. Palpi 3 ; pale brownish. Antennae grey ; basal joint white ; <3iliations in ^ 2. Thorax brown mixed with whitish. Abdomen whitish ; a strong basal dorsal crest pale brown. Legs whitish with some fuscous irroration ; anterior femora and tibiae fuscous ; anterior and middle tarsi fuscous with white annulations. Forewings suboblong, costa rather strongly arched, apex rounded, termen obliquely rounded ; in <J with a square hyaline fovea at | with trans-versely striated base and visible on both upper and lower surfaces ; white ; basal third fuscous brown with a darker outwardly curved transverse line from ^ costa to ^ dorsum ; iovea preceded and followed by a raised tuft of scales ; a fine interrupted dark fuscous line from ^ costa to mid-dorsum, curved outwards in disc ; a thick dark fuscous line from costa before apex to tornus, straight but with a posterior denta,tion above tornus ; a fuscous terminal line ; cilia white with some fuscous irroration. Hindwings with termen rounded grey-whitish, towards base whitish ; cilia whitish. Type in Coll. Turner. N.Q., Kuranda, near Cairn?, in June and October. Q Brisbane. Three specimens.