THE CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST. 39 ON THE COLEOPTERA OE NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA, INCLUDING BIOLOGIC AND OTHER NOTES. F.V C. H. TYLER TOWNSEND, LAS CRUCES, N. I\IEX. A paper giving biologic notes on some New Mexico Coleoptera was published in ''Insect Life," Vol. V., p. 37-40; and a paper treating of the blister-beetles or nieloids of New Mexico and Arizona, in " Psyche," 1894, p. 100-102. The species mentioned in the former are mostly incorporated in the present paper, those in the latter not at all. These three papers, therefore, will serve as a cataloo-ue, or list with notes, of all the Coleoptera observed by the writer in New Mexico and Arizona, except a few, the names of which it has been impossible to get from those to whom they were sent for determination. I will not attempt to point out here any peculiarities in the Coleopterous fauna of this region, but let the list speak for itself. The absence, scarcity, and abundance of certain families and groups are interesting, and characteristic as a rule, though I cannot say that the list represents the true proportions, as my collecting was far too meagre. All the species were determined by Dr. Riley, with the excep-tion of those marked *, which were determined by Mr. Liebeck. Tetracha Carolina, L. — Las Cruces, N. M. August 21st to Sept. loth; seven. Grant County, N. M. (W. J. Howard); one. Cicindela obsoleta, Say.— Grant Co., N. M. (W. J. H.) ; one. It is 19 mm. long, brownish black, with four creamy markings on each elytron, the inner or fourth one small, resulting from the breaking of the median large one into two. Cicindela prasina, Lee— Grant Co., N. M. (VV. J. H.) ; one. It is 17 mm. long, bright vivid green, with six spots on each elytron, the three principal markings each broken into two. Cicindela longilabris, Say. — San Francisco Mountain, Arizona, July 15th; one. Much like a large specimen of vulgaris, but with elytral markings very delicate, indistinct. * Cicindela pulchra, Say.— Navajo Springs, Arizona, July 24th ; ten specimens. Grant County, N. M. (W. J. H.) ; two large specimens. Cicindela piinctulata, Fab.— Navajo Springs, Arizona, July 24th j one. Grant County, N. M. (VV. J. H.) ; one.