20 ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS [Jan., '33 New Name of Cypselopteryx T. T. (Dipt.: Anthomyiidae.) On pages 15 and 16 of the Supplements Entomologica, vol-ume XIV (1926), I published the above generic name, which I find to be preoccupied and for which the new name Cypselo-dopteryx is herewith proposed. Genotype, Cypselopteryx iniina T. T., I.e., from Kurintji Peak, Sumatra. The fly in question is one of the aberrant anthomyioids with hypopleural bristles. CHARLES H. T. TOWNSEND. Pelecinus polyturator Male (Hymen.: Pelecinidae). On Sept. 3, 1933, while collecting coleoptera a half mile up Darby Creek from the Sproul Road at a woods called "The Hunt," Delaware County, Pennsylvania, I captured a male Pelecinus polyturator. It was on a leaf of Eupatorium urticae-folium near the water. MARK ROBINSON, 1533 So 56th St., Philadelphia. Entomological Literature COMPILED BY LAURA S. MACKEY UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF E. T. CRESSON, JR. Under the above head it is intended to note papers received at the Academy of Natural Sciences, of Philadelphia, pertaining to the En-tomology of the Americas (North and South), including Arachnida and Myriopoda. Articles irrelevant to American entomology will not be noted; but contributions to anatomy, physiology and embryology of insects, however, whether relating to American or exotic species will be recorded. The figures within brackets [ ] refer to the journal in which the paper appeared, as numbered in the list of Periodicals and Serials published in our January and June issues. This list may be secured from the pub-lisher of ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS for lOc. The number of, or annual volume, and in some cases the part, heft, &c. the latter within ( ) follows; then the pagination follows the colon : All continued papers, with few exceptions, are recorded only at their first installments. *Papers containing new forms or names have an * preceding the author's name. (S) Papers pertaining exclusively to neotropical species, and not so indicatGd in the title, have the symbol (S) at the end of the title of the paper. For records of Economic Literature, see the Experiment Station Rec-ord, Office of Experiment Stations, Washington. Also Review of Applied Kntomology, Series A, London. For records of papers on Medical Ento-mology, see Review of Applied Entomology, Series B. tt3"Note the change in the method of citing the bibliographical references, as explained above. Papers published in the Entomological N eivs are not listed. GENERAL. Anon. Xachschrift der redaktion.  50: 274-280. Bishopp, F. C. Medical entomology Its field and function. | 10] 35: 144-158. *Carpenter, F. M The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 6. [Pro. Amer. Acad. Arts & Sci.J 08: 411-508, ill. Criddle, N. Obituary. By Gibson & Crawford. [4J 65: 193-200, ill. Obituary.