NOVITATKS ZlJOLuWlCAE XXI, l'.)14. 40J NEW SPECIP]S OE DREPANULIDAE, NOCTUIDAE, AND GEOMETBI.DAE IN THE TEING MUSEUM. Bv W. WARREN, M.A., F.E.S. Family DREPANULIDAE. 1. Cyclidia nigralbata spec no v. Forf.witig : white, the markings blackish fuseous ; basal area almost wholly fuscons, the external limiting band darkest ; median fascia with the edges rounded between the veins, containing a pale cell lannle, and often much narrowed below the middle ; outer fascia broad at costa and inner margin, constricted at middle, marked by white dashes on the veins ; subterminal spots often heavily mixed with grey and accentuated so as to form a narrow border ; the median fascia is always entirely separated both from the basal patch and the outer fascia by broad, un-interrupted bands of white, the outer one more or less sinuous or curved below middle ; this band in capitata is straight and narrower, and always more or less interrupted by grey above the middle. Iliiidwing : with the same three dark bands, the median and outer straight, more uniformly broad. Underside with the dark areas emphasised ; both wings with round dark cell-si)Ots, that in the forewing obscured. Face, palpi, vertex, and antennae black; thorax white; dorsum dark grey with pale segmental rings. Expanse of wings : the same as in capitata. Several examples of both sexes from Japan : Oyama, Oiwake, Yokohama, Hakodate. Specimens from Gensan are partly intermediate between this form and capitata, the white bands being more uninterrupted. 2. Deroca decisa spec. nov. This new Japanese species is much larger than phasna, the S expanding 4~ mm. and the ? 40 mm. ; in the c? the dark markings are blacker and more solid ; the three inner lines form three smoky fuscous costal blotches ; the discal spot is large and loaf-shaped ; the two black outer bands are connected, leaving two whitish spots before apex and an outer slate-coloured luuulate line ; the inner edge of the black apical blotch shows three blunt teeth, the lowest of which between veins 3 and 4 does not reach the termen. Hindwing with traces of an inner, median, and subterminal band of spots near inner margin only. Underside like upper. Head, thorax, and abdomen black, the last with white segmental rings. The ? is hyaline grey with the markings darker ; the subterminal band is quite narrow, separated from the black costal spot by a white triangle, bent outwards below costa, forming a blunt angle between 6 and 7 and again between 4 and 5, then thickened and rounded between the veins, followed by another line of grey triangular spots on the veins, before the dark terminal band of oblong blotches.