102 Col. C. Swinhoe on *1. Madi'ga verrucifera, Karsch. — Mombasa. Prionoctiemis verntciferus, Karsch, Berl. ent. Zeitschr. xxxi. p. 67, Taf. u. fig. 3 (1887) ; Ent. Nachr. xiii. p. 261 (1887). t2. Madiga aherratis, Scliulthess-Rechberg. — Somali. Prionocnemis aberrans, S.-R. Ann. Mus. Genov. (2) xix. p. 210, pi. ii. figs. 16, 16 a (1898). Spalacomimus, Karsch (1887). 1. Spalacomimus talpa, Gevstaecker. — Zanzibai*. Eugaster talpa, Gerst. Arch. f. Nat. xxxv. p. 214 (18G9) ; Von der Decken's Reisen, iii. (2) p. 28, Taf. ii. fig. 3 (1873). Bradyopisthius, Karsch (1887). 1. Bradyopisthius paradoxurus^ Karsch. — Somali. [To be continued.] XIV. — New Species of Oriental Lepidoptera. By Colonel C. Swinhoe, M.A., F.L.S. Fam. Nymphalidae. Subfara. Euplceinjs. 1. Caduga ethologa^ nov. ^ ? . The Perak form of C. tytia, Gray, figured by Distant in Rhop. Malay. ])]. xli. fig. 15, differs constantly from both Indian and Chinese forms in the long series before me, not in the division or otherwise of the large pale spot in the anterior wings between the second and third medial nervules as stated by Distant (p. 409), this character being inconstant in the group, but in the difference in the form of the subapical hyaline streaks of the fore wings, which is very characteristic in the group — the lower streak being short and the upper ones reduced to mere spots, whereas in tytia the lower streak is always long; the fore wing of this form is also much shorter than it is in tytiay the apex less produced, and the outer margin more abrupt. Expanse of wings 3^ inches. Perak. I\Iany examples. This Ibrni is in the B. M. from Perak, unnamed.