18G2.] --" pine stuniji, several larva; antl iniagos of this insect. The lavvai were put in glass bottles filled with moist pine saw-dust and corked tight. Only one imago was raised, the failure in raising more is attributed to careless-ness. The larva, when captured, was about L] inches long and ] inch wide, nearly the same wndth throughout its entire length and somewhat flattened. Head and thorax dark brown, becoming gradually lighter to-wards the end of the abdomen. The larva began to change to pupa-state about the 25th of July and the imago appeared about the 7th of August, being in pupa-state about two weeks. Color of pupa white, when young. The following paper was presented for publication in the Proceedings: '' Additions and corrections to the paper entitled ' On the Cyiiipidae of the North American (3aks and their Galls,' by Baron H. Osten Hacken." And was referred to a Committee. ELECTIONS. Messrs. John Bolton and James H. Poe, of Portsmouth, Ohio, were elected CorrespondiiKj Mi")nbrn< of the Society. Catalogue of the described species of North American HYMENOPTERA. BY E. T. CRESSON. (Continued from page 211.) Fam. CHALCIDID.E. LEUCOSPIS Fabr. affinis Say, Long's Second Expedition, vol. 2, p. 327. Pennsylvania. basalis Klvg, MSS. Westw. Germar's Zeitschrift fiir Entomologie, 1, p. 264. IST. Am. fraterna Say, Boston .Journal of Natural History, vol. 1, p. 269. Indiana. integra Hald. Proceedings Academy of Natural Sciences, Phila. 2, p. 63. (Penn.) Klugii We-stw. Germar's Zeitschrift fiir Entomologie, 1, p. 249; tab. 3, fig. 1. Mex. Poeyi Gucr. Icon. Reg. An. 3. p. 414. LaSagra, Hist. Cuba, tab. 18, fig. 4. Cuba. Shuckardi Westwood, Ent. Mag. 2, p. 214. Germ. Zeits. Eiit. 1, 241. North America, subnotata Westwood, Entomological Magazine, 2, p. 215. Nova Scotin. SMIERA Spinola. Ampyx Walker, Ann. k Mag. Nat. Hist. 2nd series, 'o, p. 129. We.^t Indies.