236 Mr. F. P. Pascoe's Descriptions of New Genera XVII. On New Genera and Species of Longicorn Coleop-tera. Part III. By F. P. Pascoe, Esq., F.L.S , &c. [Read 3rd August, 1857.] Cantharocnemis Dorvnesii, Prionus Downesii (Moore's MS.) C. piceus ; prothorace medio sub-glabro ; lateribus capiteque punctatis ; elytris lineis duabiis elevatis, apicem versus evanescentibus. Bombay. Pitchy brown, head punctured, two confluent elevations on the vertex behind, with two shallow depressions in front and between the eyes ; antennae glabrous, reddish brown ; prothorax smooth in the middle, thickly punctured at the sides ; elytra very thickly but finely punctured, with two elevated nearly parallel lines on each, but gradually disappearing towards the apex; legs and abdomen beneath reddish brown. Length 22 lines. I am indebted to M. Chevrolat for having pointed out the extremely rare genus to which this fine insect belongs. It is dedicated to Downes, Esq., of Bombay, to whom the museum at the India House is indebted for many fine insects. Cerambyx egenus. C. sub-angustatus, fuscus, parce griseo-pubescens ; prothorace sub-mutico irregulariter et leviter plicato ; elytris apice ro-tundatis ; antennis mediocribus. China Borealis. Bather narrow, dark brown, very sparingly furnished with a greyish pubescence ; prothorax about equal in length and breadtii, rounded at the sides, which are nearly entire, the surface with fine irregular folds ; elytra a little depressed, rounded at the apex ; antennae moderate. Length 9 lines. Ceramhyx fulvidus. C. sub-angustatus, brunneus, fulvo-pubescens ; proihorace in-tegro leviter rugoso ; elytris ajiicc rotimdatis; antennis mediocribusi. China Borealis.