OF WASHINGTON. 149 A LIST OF NEUROPTEROID INSECTS FROM NORTH CAROLINA. By Nathan Banks. The following list is the result of an examination of several collections from North Carolina during the past few years. One of the most important was that made by Mr. Beutenmiiller in the Black Mts., and all the specimens from that locality should be credited to him. Mr. W. F. Fiske gave me a small collection made at Tryon ; Mrs. A. T. Slosson has sent a few from Lake Toxaway and Hot Springs, and Mr. A. H. Manee has collected many interesting species, especially myrmeleons, at Southern Pines. In the U. S. National Museum there is a number of small species labelled " N. Car." From the pinning I think they w^e taken by Morrison, and probably from near Morgantown. Practically all the other localities represent material taken by Mr. C. S. Brimley and Prof. Franklin Sher-man, Jr., or his assistants. Professor Sherman has always been on the lookout for these insects in his travels through the State, so that to his efforts I am greatly indebted for the ma-terials from which this list is made up. This material is sufficient to indicate that North Carolina has a large and interesting neuropteroid fauna. The sandy regions have a great variety of myrmeleons, while the moun-tains have a varied and peculiar trichopterous fauna. The Panorpidse are especially numerous, and of particular interest is the Panorpodes, a genus elsewhere known only from Oregon and Japan. Altogether 114 species are recorded in this list. The Odo-nata and Termitidae are not included. Order CORRODENTIA. Family PSOCID/E. Pterodela rufus Walsh. Raleigh. Peripsocus madidus Hagen. Raleigh. Elipsocus conterminus Walsh. Beaufort, June 6. Polypsocus corruptus Hagen. Raleigh, May 24; " N. Car." (Morrison), probably from Morgantown.