K. cinoJod s|). iKiv. P(. \', fiiis. 10, i;)ii. Spur tectiform, hind m;irgin with numerous small teeth. Tegmina not reaching to middle of abdomen. ^ Light brown or stramineous; antennae dark with a longi-tudinal light mark, legs with longitudinal darker marks; fuscous over the lateral portions of abdominal tergites and sternites; genitalia dark brown. Tegmina stramineous, veins concolorous with mem-brane, a small dark spot at apex of clavus. Pygophor subquadrate, lateral edges considerably produced; anal segment sunk into pygophor, each ventro-posterior corner produced into a strong spine with blunt apex; genital styles strongly diverging, strongly bent about middle; aedeagus straight, tubular, with apical portion strongly incrassate and beset with teeth. Length 2.3 mm.; tegmen 1 mm., 9 Lighter in color, slightly infuscate between carinae of head and thorax; antennae light with two dark, longitudinal marks, longi-tudinal marks on legs more distinct; neuration of tegmina lighter than membrane; five more or less distinct light marks down dorsum of abdomen. Length 3.3 mm.; tegmen 1 mm. Ual). Oahii, Palolo Valley (Tiiuberlake, July, 1010), Kuliotiou (Swezev, June, 101(5)^ off Ercufrostls rarhihiJh Gaud., which is called l\v the Hawaiians "'enioloa". Homopterous Notes. BY F. Ml^K. The material ])ertaiuiuii-to these notes forms ]>art of the material collected by memhers of the staff of the JTawaiian Sug'ar Planters' Ex])eriment Station duriiiii' the coui'se of eco-nomic work in the Malay and Oriental regions, also material helonging-to Prof. C F. Baker of Los Banos, Luzon, P. I. The types of new s])ecies have been jJaced in th(^ collection of the H. S. P. A. Experiment Station. The interesting feature of this work has been the finding of several species so widely distributed. Krlisia pnluduni Kirk. hitherto only known from the Hawaiian archij^elago is now known from several localities in the south, southwest and west Pacific. DrJpliarodcs (indcyldn (Kirk.), wliicli is most likely tlie same as DclpJui.v sofdcsccns Motsch. fi'oiii ('(vlon. is now * Pro. Haw. Ent. Soc. in, pp. 168-221, 1916. Proc. Haw. Ent. Soc. Ill, Xo. 4, May, 1917.