1915] Wheeler — Paranomopone 117 CUUCULIONID.E. Anthonomus corvulus Lee. Pyrus arbutifolia, Primus virginiana, H. Cornus alter-nifolia, W. A. moleculus Casey. Fragaria virginiana, F. A. quadrigihhus Say. Prunus virginiana, F. A. signahis Say. Rubus allegheniensis, S. Balaninus obtusus Blanch. Cornus, F. Centrinus sciitcllum-album Say. Chrysanthemum Lcucanthemum, Spiraea salic-ifolia, S. Conofrachelus nenuphar Hbst. Prunus virginiana, H. W. Dorytomus hrevicollis Lee. Salix diseolor, S. Gerwus picumnus Hbst. Viburnum, Aster, F. Listronotus appendiculafus Boh. Sagittaria latifolia, W. Lixvs concavus Say. Ranunculus, F. Madams imdvlafus Say. Solidago, F. Mononychus vnlpeculus Fab. Iris versicolor, F. W. Nicentrus lineicollis Boh. Ceanothus americanus, Solidago, F. Orchestes pallicornis Say. Amelanchier canadensis, S. Piazorhinus scutellatus Say. Viburnum, F. Pseudanthonomus cratcegi Walsh. Amelanchier canadensis, Prunus virginiana, F. Rhinoncus pyrrhopus Boh. Rumex acetosella, F. PARANOMOPONE, A NEW GENUS OF PONERINE ANTS FROM QUEENSLAND.! By William Morton Wheeler. Paranomopone gen. nov. Worker. Rather small, monomorphic. Mandibles triangular, with toothed apical borders. Clypeus short, not produced in the middle, indistinctly marked off from the remainder of the head. This is also true of the triangular frontal area. Frontal carina; distinctly dilated, further apart than the distance of each to the lateral border of the head, concealing the insertions of the antennfe, continued back about three-fourths the length of the head as the medial border of a deep scrobe which lies entirely dorsal to the eye. The ventral border of this scrobe, which is somewhat more than three times as long as broad, is also very sharp. Its depres-sion is divided by a median longitudinal ridge which does not extend to the posterior end of the scrobe, so that the latter is incompletely separated into two com-partments, one for the accommodation of the scape and one for the funiculus, when 1 Contributions from the Entomological Laboratory of the Bussey Institution, Harvard Uni-versity, No. 93.