AUSTBALIAN HYMENOPTEEA CHALCIDOIDEA, II.—GIEAULT. 107 AUSTRALIAN HYMENOPTERA CHALCIDOIDEA-II. SUPPLEMENT.* By a. a. Girault. The following additions concerning the Australian fauna have been made. Family MYMARID^. OOCTONINI. Genus OOCTONUS Haliday. 1. OOCTONUS SAINTPIERREI Girault. Female. Differs from australiensis Perkins in bearing a long abdominal petiole. Congeneric with Cosmocomoidea morrUli Howard. Black, the wings without pattern; legs deep orange yellow, also scape; first coxte black. Longest marginal cilia of fore wing a little less than a third of the greatest width. Funicle joints longer than wide, not very unequal, joints 2, 3, and 5 subequal and longest ; joint 1 shortest but longer than the pedicel. Habitat: Kuranda, Queensland. Jungle. Type: 'No. Hy 1563, Queensland Museum. Genus CAMPTOPTERA Foerster. 1. CAMPTOPTERA GREGI Girault. Female. Differs from the single North American and European species in having the first funicle joint abruptly shorter than the second, not long and nearly subequal to the second as in those two species but less than half its length and distinctly shorter than the pedicel. The abdomen is paler. Habitat: Nelson (Cairns), Queensland. Forest. Type : No. Hy 1343, Queensland Museum. GONATOCERINI. Genus COSMOCOMOIDEA Howard. This genus has 5-jointed tarsi and agrees with Ooctonus Haliday but the long marginal vein is not mentioned as a characteristic of the latter genus. Besides, the males of Cosmocomoidea have 11-jointed antennse. * See Vol. I, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, pp. 117-175.