Numiu;r8. April 25, 1915. OCCASIONAL PAPERS OF THE MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, Michigan. Pubushed by the University, THE REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS COLLECTED IN NORTHEASTERN NEVADA BY THE WALKER-NEWCOMB EXPEDITION OF THE UNI-VERSITY OF MICHIGAN. By Alexander G. Ruthven and Helen Thompson Gaige. In the summer of 1912, the Museum was enabled, through the generosity of two of the honorary curators, Dr. Br}-ant Walker and Dr. W. W. Newcomb, to send an expedition to northeastern Nevada for zoological material needed in the study series. The party consisted of Frederick M. Gaige, Helen Thompson Gaige and Crystal Thompson, scientific as-sistants in the Museum, and the Director, in charge. All of July and the greater part of August was spent in the field, and the groups given the most attention were reptiles, amphi-bians, molluscs, crustaceans and ants. The study of the rep-SciENTiFic Papers of the University of Michigan No. 9.