No. 11. — Some Japanese and East Indian Echinoderms. By Hubert Lyman Clark. The Museum of Comparative Zoology received in the autumn of 1907 a collection of Echinoderms made by Mr. Thomas Barbour at Amboina and several other islands in the Dutch East Indies, including Dutch New Guinea. There are 36'2 specimens in this collection, representing thirty-two species, and while none of them is new to science, some are new to the Museum collection and many are of interest because of the localities where they were collected. The value of these specimens is greatly enhanced by Mr. Barbour's notes on their color, habitat, and appearance in life. From Mr. Alan Owston the Museum has purchased an interesting lot of Echinoderms, consisting of 153 specimens, representing forty species, of which eight are new to science. The following pages give an anno-tated list of the seventy species contained in these collections and indi-cated as the Barbour collection and the Owston collection respectively, arranged systematically, with descriptions of the new forms. CRINOIDEA. Tropiometra macrodiscus. Antedon macrodiscus Hara, 1895. Zool. Mag., Tokyo, 7, p. 115. Tropiometra macrodiscus A. H. Clark, 1907. Smiths. Misc. Coll., 50, p. 349. ] specimen, in excellent condition, about 450 mm. in diameter. Color in alcohol uniform deep yellow. Misaki, Sagami Bay, Japan. Owston collection. Kindly identified by Mr. A. H. Clark. CyHometra manca. Antedon manca P. H. Carpenter, 1888. Challenger Reports, 26, p. 226. Cyliometra manca A. H. Clark, 1907. Smiths. Misc. Coll., 50, p. 357. 1 specimen, about 90 mm. in diameter. Color in alcohol pale purple ; arms banded with whitish. Uraga Channel, Gulf of Tokyo, Japan ; 20-30 fathoms. Owston collection.