NEW SPECIES AND SYNONYMY IN THE GENUS MELEOMA (NEUROPTERA, CHRYSOPIDAE), WITH A DISCUSSION OF GENITALIC HOMOLOGIES PHILLIP A. ADAMS* Department of Biology and Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University Abstract Three new species of Meleoma are described, carapana from Mexico, poolei from Venezuela, and jestivata from Colombia. M. doUcharthra (Navas) (=M. cavijrons Banks, new synonymy) is redescribed; M. tezcucana (Banks) (from Chrysopo) new com-bination, is recorded from Arizona. The pseudopenis of Chry-sopidae is homologous to the mediuncus; the secondary mediuncus of Meleoma derives from fused gonocoxite dorsal horns as found in M. poolei, members of Chrysopa s. str., and the Chrysopa lineaticornis group. * Present address: Dept. of Biology, Calif. State College, Fullerton, Calif., 9263 L POSTILLA 136: 18 p. 26 AUGUST 1969.