INSECTS OF BEULAH, NEW MEXICO. 43 Ischnura verticalis Say. 1 S . Differs from typical Eastern examples by the lateral basal black stripe on 8 being reduced to a very small spot. Quebec to Georgia, west to Missouri and Louisiana. /Eschna clepsydra Say. 1 $ . Eastern N. Amer. from Labrador to Maryland and Illinois ; Dakota, Saskatchewan, Alaska; Irkutsk, Siberia; Finland. ImIhki multicolor Hag. 1 $ . Indiana? Dakota to Pacific-Mexico and Brit. Columbia. Ophiogomphus severus Hag. 1 $ , 2 9 . Previously known from New Mexico, ranging north to Washington. S,> in pe I rn m corruptum Hag. 1 9 • Illinois to California, Montana to Mexico ; Ochotsk. Penn-sylvania, New York, N. Jersey. Neuropteroid Insects. Raphidia bicolor Alb. Det. by N. Banks. Coll. by T. D. A. Cockerell. August 13. M icronius nioiitauus Hag. Det. by N. Banks. Coll. by T. D. A. Cockerell. August 16. Chrysopa oculata Say. Det, by N. Banks. Coll. by T. D. A. Cockerell. July 25. Tomocerus uiger Bourl., var. america n n> Schott. Det, by J. W. Folsom. Coll. by T. D. A. Cockerell. It is also found in Alaska, California and Oregon (Folsom). HYMENOPTERA of Beulah, New Mexico. BY HENRY L. VIERECK. Unless otherwise mentioned, the collector is Dr. Henrv Skinner. The species preceded by * are taken in their entirety from Prof. Cockerell's published records. I wish to heartily thank Prof. Cock-erell for his active interest and liberal aid in the preparation of this paper. TRANS. AM. ENT. SOC, XXIX. DECEMBER. 1902.