INSKCUTOR INSCITI^ MKNSTRUUS 175 The structure is identical with that of A'cdes bimaculatus Coquillett. The species belongs to the group of the subgenus Hetero-nycha typified by serratus Theobald. The specimens were sent by Mr. J. Zetek, taken on the screens of Colon Hospital, Panama, July 6 and 28, August 11, 1930 (W. S. Chidester). A COLLECTION OF MOSQUITOES FROM THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (Diptera, CuUcidce) By HARRISON G. DYAR A collection of 640 mosquitoes was sent me by Prof. C. F. Baker, Dean of the College of Agriculture, Los Baiios, Luzon, Philippine Islands. The collection was made by students of the college, mostly in 1915. Thirty-two species are contained in the collection, a large number for a single locality, but probably by no means exhaustive. A recognition table of these species is added for the convenience of the college. SABETHINI Wyeomyia (Dodecamyia) mus, new species. Female. Head dark mouse gray, the eyes with a narrow continuous white border, widening below to cover most of the side. Proboscis long and slender, black. Palpi very short, black. Postnotum dark brown, with a distinct tuft of setae posteriorly. Prothoracic lobes and mesonotum uniformly dark brown scaled ; pleura with white scales. Abdomen black-ish above, white below, the colors separated on the sides in a straight line. Legs entirely dark, the femora only whitish beneath. Wings with blackish scales, the cross-veins nearly in line ; stems of the fork-cells about equal to the cells in length. Tarsal claws simple. Male. Much damaged, but apparently with the coloration of the female.