144 PROCEEDINGS OF THE ACADEMY OF [May, ON A COLLECTION OF OKTHOPTERA FROM THE STATE OF PARA, BRAZIL. iBY JAMES A. G. REHN. The present study is based on material collected at two localities in the State of Para, and all of which is now in the collection of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. The localities represented are Igarape-assii and the vicinity of the city of Para. The former locality is about one hundred and twenty miles east of the city of Para, off the main line of the railroad between Para and Branganga and in primaeval forest conditions.^ The material from this locality was secured by Mr. H. S. Parish of Toronto, Canada, while that from the vicinity of Para was taken by Prof. C. F. Baker, while attached to the Museu Goeldi at Para. Portions of both series have already been recorded by the present author in connection with studies of other series of Brazihan material,^ a total of forty-eight previously known and seven new species having been reported from the series now completely studied. These figures are not included in the totals here given. In the present paper are discussed one hundred and nine species, representing seventy-one genera, of which twenty-two species and two genera are described as new. The number of specimens represented is four hundred and twenty-one. DERMAPTERA. FORFICULID^. Doru lineare (EschschoUz). 1822. Forficula linearis Eschscholtz, Entomogr., p. 81. [Santa Catharina, Brazil.] Igarape-assii. One female. ORTHOPTERA. BLATTID^. Ectobiinse. Anaplecta replicata Saussure and Zehntner. 1893. Anapleda replicata Saussure and Zehntner, Biol. Cent.-Amer., Orth., I, p. 25, pi. IV, fig. 12. [Pernambuco, Brazil.] 1 The general features of this region have been entertainingly described by Dr. Emilie Snethlage, Director of the Museu Goeldi, in a recent number of the Geo-graphical Review (IV, pp. 41 to 50, 1917). 2 The Stanford Expedition to Brazil, 1911, J. C. Branner, Director. Dermap-tera and Orthoptera I. Trans. Amer. Entom. Soc, XLII, pp. 215 to 308, (1916). The Stanford Expedition to Brazil, 1911, J. C. Branner, Director. Orthoptera II. Ibid., XLIII, pp. 89 to 154, (1917).