132 PROC, ENT. SOC. WASH., VOL. 46, NO. 5, MAY, 1944 • List of Apterous American Aradidae 1. Notoplocoris montei Usinger, 1941 Brazil 2. Notoplocoris potentis D. & H., 1944 Brazil 3. Emydocoris testudinatus Usinger, 1941 Brazil 4. Acaricoris ignotus H. & D., n.sp Louisiana 5. Glyptocoris sejunctus H. & D., n.sp Brazil 6. Eretmocoris tatet, H. & D., n.sp Puerto Rico A CORRECTION IN ANOPHELINE NOMENCLATURE > (Diptera : Culicidae) By Kenneth L. Knight, Lieutenant, H-V(S), USNR-and D. S. Farner, Lieutenant (jg), H-V(S), USNR^ A study of the literature and of recently collected specimens from Melanesia reveals that the name of the anopheline here-tofore treated as Anopheles punctulatus moluccensis (Sw. and Sw. de Graaf), at least for material from the New Hebrides, must be corrected.* The following synonymy shows the necessity of designating this subspecies as Anopheles punctulatus farauti Laveran because of priority. 1902. Anopheles Farauti Laveran, C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris 54:908 (9 9 only). Type locality: Faureville, He Vate [Efate], New Hebrides. Type ma-terial: present location unknown. Pertinent descriptive facts: "Coloration generale brun fonce, noiratre. Tete: Ecailles brunatres, courtes a la nuque. Proboscide de meme longeur que les palpes, blanchatre a I'extremite apicale [labella]." [General coloration dark brown, blackish. Head: scales brownish, short on the nape. Proboscis of the same length as the palpi, whitish at the apical extremity.] 1920. Nyssorhynchus annulipes var. moluccensis Swellengrebel and Swellen-grebel de Graaf, Geneesk. Tijd. Ned.-Ind. 60(1) :29. [Received in USNM Library, June 8, 1920] (d"cf and 9 9). Type locality: None given, but the following collection localities are listed: Boeroe (Lisela, Nam-lea), Amboina (Roemah tiga, north coast of Binnenbaai, Gelala, Paso and Ambon), Ceram (Piroe, Boelabaai, and Amahei), Halmaheira 1 The authors wish to thank Dr. Alan Stone, Division of Insect Identification, U. S. Department of Agriculture, for his helpful suggestions and for his as-sistance. 2 U. S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2, Division of Research, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 3 Section of Epidemiology, Division of Preventive Medicine, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 4 The opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and are not to be construed as official or reflecting the views of the Navy Department, or of the Naval Service at large.