Dec, 1904.] Crosby : Phalangids Found near Ithaca, N. Y. 253 tomidae. All other determinations are by me, except as noted. My good friend Mr. W. T. Davis, has been of great assistance by per-mitting me to take the records from his local collection, which is certainly a very full one and contains many of the insects noted further on from unusual localities. The families Lygaeidse, Capsidse,* Acanthiidse, Tingitidse, Redu-viidse and Corixidse are omitted, either by reason of scant material, or because, as in the Corixid^e, there exists a great specific confusion. Those enumerated are taken in order, according to the more com-monly accepted classifications, commencing with the highest and end-ing with the lowest. Such changes in nomenclature as are made will be explained where they occur. ( To be cotitinued. ) Class III, ARACHNIDA. Order III, PHALANGIDEA. NOTES ON SOME PHALANGIDS COLLECTED NEAR ITHACA, N. Y. By Cyrus R. Crosby, Penn Yan, N. Y. The two following new species of Phalangids I place in the genus Caddo Banks although they differ from C. agilis Banks, its type, in characters which Banks considered generic. Both species have the abdomen more distinctly segmented above and C. glaucopis has only two spines on the base of the femur of the palpus. Caddo glaucopis, new species. (Fig. 4.) Fetnalf. — Length, 4 mm.; height of abdomen, 1.6 mm.; width of abdomen, 1.2 mm. Tergal portion of body dark reddish-brown marked with silvery white, the sternal portion silvery white, tinged with yellow. Eye tubercle wide and deeply hollowed between the eyes ; a black ring around each eye surrounded by light yellowish gray ; the rest of the tubercle brownish yellow except a median stripe and the whole anterior face which are silvery. * A list of the Capsids has been prepared by Mr. Heidemann and immediately follows this paper.