143 REVISION OF AUSTRALIAN LEPIDOPTERA. OECOPHORIDAE. XIV.* By A. Jeffekis Turner, M.D., F.R.E.S. [Read 28th May, 1947.] This Part contains a number of genera, in which the male antennae have extremely-minute ciliations or none. They appear to form a natural group, the Depressadiades of Meyrick, although this antennal distinction is not absolute. A remarkable form of pupa "naked, angular, and seated erect on a truncate tail, imitating a leaf" (Meyrick) is a structural character found in many genera, Eutorna, Eupselia, Scorpiopsis, Peritorneuta, Tonica, Cryptolechia, and others, which differ greatly in their imaginal state. This revision commenced in 1932, and since then many new species have accumu-lated. These will be dealt with in the next Part. Key to Genera. 1. Antennae as long as forewings 2 Antennae much shorter than forewings 3 2. Hindwings lanceolate Ancistroneura Hindwings elongate-ovate Idiochroa .3. Forewings with 7 and 8 coincident 4 Forewings with 7 and 8 stalked 6 4. Forewings with 2 from angle 5 Forewings with 2 from well before angle Octasphales 5. Hindwings lanceolate Pholeutis Hindwings elongate-ovate Eupselia 6. Hindwings lanceolate 7 Hindwings elongate-ovate 13 7. Palpi with second joint not reaching base of antennae 8 Palpi with second joint reaching base of antennae 9 8. Hindwings with 5 absent Schalideutis Hindwings with 5 present Leurohela 9. Hindwings with 3 and 4 coincident Leptocopa Hindwings with 3 and 4 not coincident 10 10. Forewings with 7 to termen 11 Forewings with 7 to costa 12 11. Antennae without pecten Dysthreneta Antennae with pecten Delophanes 12. Palpi with second joint reaching base of antennae Meleonoma Palpi with second joint not reaching base of antennae Eutorna 13. Forewings with tufts of scales 14 Forewings smooth 15 14. Palpi with terminal joint rough-haired Tonica Palpi with terminal joint smooth Semiocopis 1 5. Palpi long, porrect, rough-scaled 16 Palpi ascending, recurved 18 16. Forewings with 2 from before angle Enchocrates Forewings with 2 from two-thirds 17 17. Forewings with 5 approximated to 6 at orig:in Macrobela Forewings with 5 from middle of cell Heterochyta 18. Palpi with second joint very long; thickened and expanded at apex Heterobathra Palpi not so formed 19 19. Hindwings with 7 curved to approach 6 Scorpiopsis Hindwings with 7 not curved 20 20. Forewings with 2 and 3 stalked 21 Forewings with 2 and 3 separate 22 21. Palpi with second joint much thickened, rough anteriorly Psorosticha Palpi with second joint smooth Neosigala 22. Forewings with 7 to termen 23 Forewings with 7 to apex or costa 29 * Continued from these Procesedings, Ixx (3-4), 93-120.