100 Bangs On Some Birds from Santa Marta, Colombia. Premnoplex brunnescens (Scl.). Two females, one from San Miguel, the other from Ghirua. Dendrocincla olivacea anguina Bangs. Three specimens, one each from Palomina, Chirua, and La Concepcion. All are similar to the type, the only specimen Mr. Brown had previously taken. Picolaptes laciymiger (Des Murs.). One female from La Concepcion. Drymophila caudata (Scl.). Twenty-five specimens, young and adult of both sexes, from Chirua, La Concepcion, San Francisco, Santa Crn/, San Antonio, and San Miguel. I am now inclined to consider the Santa Marta bird true D. caudata (Scl.), although when I recorded the first two, taken by Mr. Brown at Palo mina,* I thought that they were not that species. The tails are about the same throughout the series and do not differ, to any extent, with age or sex. The rectrices are dark brown (between raw umber and bister), with subapical black bands and white tips. The only specimen from ' Bogota ' in the National Museum has a precisely similar tail. Sclater's descrip tion reads : ' Tail of ten feathers, very long, much graduated, black, with white ends.' This was probably a mistake. Conopophaga brownif sp. nov. Five specimens, both sexes, from Chirua. Type, from Chirua, Colombia; altitude, 7,000 feet. No. 6177, cT adult, coll. of E. A. and 0. Bangs. Collected Feb. 1 2, 1899, by W. W. Brown, Jr. Specific characters. A very distinct species, apparently representing a new group, having sides of head and cap like the back and without white post-ocular stripe or patch. Color. Forehead tawny-olive, passing insensibly into color of upper parts; lores yellowish white ; upper parts, yellowish olive; wings dusky brown, outer edges of primaries, secondaries, and tertials dull olivaceous cinnamon ; tertials and secondaries bordered on inner web and tipped with clear cinnamon ; tail sepia; a narrow orbital ring yellowish white ; auriculars reddish olive; throat, breast, sides, and lining of wing oclmi-ceous (in some specimens there is some white on the throat, in others the throat is uniform with the breast) ; middle of belly and under tail-coverts white, varying in extent in different specimens; culmen dusky; mandible yellowish toward base, dusky at tip. Measurements. Type, adult $ : Wing, 61; tail, 29; tarsus, 23.2; ex-*Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, vol. XII, p. 176, 1898. t Named for Wilmot W. Brown, Jr., whose researches have brought to light so many new birds in the Santa Marta region.