Ixxi] ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS 169 margin with a narrowly elevated rim ; third antennal segment slightly longer than the fourth and equal to from .64 to .80 times the distance between the eyes at the top. Male : sub-genital plate moderately broad, tapering to a subacute apex, its margin with weak setae ; aedoeagus slightly expanded apically ; volsellae with short setae ; parameres subacute, with long setae on the inner margin tlahuicaniis Evans Labrum well exserted beyond the apical margin of the clypeus ; pronotum, mesonotum, and scutellum with numerous strong, dark setae. Female : clypeus about 2.2 times as broad as high, its apical margin without an elevated rim ; third an-tennal segment not longer than the fourth, equal to only from .55 to .63 times the distance between the eyes at the top ; front femora slightly incrassate. Male : subgenital plate slender, its apical margin fringed with very heavy setae ; aedoeagus slender ; volsellae with very strong setae ; parameres club-shaped, with many strong setae tarascanus Evans A New Species of Mallophaga from the Barred Owl By K. C. EMERSON, Stillwater, Oklahoma The amblyceran genus Kurodaia Uchida, 1926, is found in North America on avian hosts of the orders Falconiformes (Hawks) and Strigiformes (Owls). The subgenus Kurodaia contains forms found on the Falconiformes. All known North American species of this subgenus possess three combs of short setae on the ventor of the third coxae. The subgenus Conciella, Eichler, 1949, contains the forms found on the Strigiformes. All known North American species of this subgenus possess four combs of short setae on the ventor of the third coxae. Kurodaia (Conciella) magna n. sp. Male. General shape and chaetotaxy as shown in fig. 2. Male genitalia, less the genital sac, as shown in fig. 3. The genital sac is armed with prominent teeth. Female. General shape and chaetotaxy as shown in fig. 1 .