348 THE CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST, CENTRAL TEXAS COLEOPTERA. BY W. KNAUS, MC PHERSON, KANSAS. The last week in May, 1904, the writer spent on a collecting trip for Coleoptera in Central Texas. The places collected at were Ft. Worth, or more properly speaking. Station 6, five miles east of the city, on the electric line to Dallas, May 23; Granbury, on the Brazos River, May 24; Brownwood, on Pecan Bayou, May 25-263 Winchell, on the Colorado River, May 26-27 '> ^rady, on Brady Creek, May 27 ; and Camp San Saba, on San Saba River, two hundred miles south-west of Ft. Worth, on May 27-28. This part of Texas was suffering for want of rain at the time of my visit, but results were fairly satisfactory, as one hundred and forty seven species were taken, as the list following shows. Identifications of the species not readily recognized were made by Mr. H. C. Fall, of Pasadena, Calif; Mr. H. F. Wickham, of Iowa City, Iowa, and Mr. C. Schaeffer, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The bred specimens referred to in the list were from Mesquite wood, procured at Brownwood, No specimens emerged until the latter part of August. 14a Cicindela Belfragei, Salle; one specimen at Brownwood and one at Winchell. 38 Cicindela rectilatera, Chd., Granbury and Winchell, on moist mud near water. 40 Cicindela punctulata, Fab.; Station 6. 218 Pasimachus punctulatus, Hald.; a few specimens at Granbury. 219 Pasimachus Californicus, Chd.; several specimens at Brownwood. 265 Clivina pallida, Say ; at Granbury, two specimens. 283 Schizogenius lineolatus, Say ; not common at Brady. Schizogenius, species between depressus, Lee, and amphibius, Hald.; several specimens at Brady. 292 Ardistomis viridis, Say ; Brownwood, common. 388 Bembidium intermedium, Kirby ; common at Brownwood. 391 Bembidium versicolor, Lee; Brady and Brownwood, not common. 421 Bembidium laevigatum. Say, Granbury; several specimens. 463 Tachys nebulosus, Chd., Camp San Saba and Brady; several speci. mens near water's edge. 742 Calathus gregarius, Say ; Station 6. 772 Platynus extensicoUis, Say ; Camp San Saba, common. 849 Galerita atripes, Lee; Brady and Camp San Saba, a few specimens. October, 1905.