VIII. A REVISION OF THE ORIENTAL SPECIES OF THE GENERA OF THE F A :\II T. Y T A B A N I D A E OTHER THAN TAB A N US . By Gertrttde Ricardo. Family TABANIDAE. Subfamily TA BA NINA E. Hind tibiae with no spurs. Ocelli usually absent. The genera found in the Oriental Region, besides the large genus of Tahanns proper, are: Haematopota, Meigen, small flies with peculiarly marked wings; Udenoccra, Ricardo, formed for a species from Ceylon with the long antennae situated on a tubercle ; D/(7c///o;'«s, Macquart, including chiefly species from S. America distinguished by the simple antennae not situated on a tubercle, by the brown or yellowish markings of the wings and by the curved dilated fore tibiae, and slender build. The one species described from the Philippines is unknown to me. A new genus Ncotabamis is now added, allied to Udenocera in having the antennae situated on a tubercle, but the antennae themselves are similar to those of the genus T aba tins. HAEMATOPOTA, Meigen. Illiger's Magazine, ii, p. 267 (1803); Chrysozona,^ Meigen, Nouvelle Classification, 2^ (1800) ; Kertesz, Cat. Dipt., iii, p. 201 (1908). The described species from the Oriental region now amount to 31, including 11 new species described in this paper. The following is a list of all the described species and syno-nyms : — [Note. — The synonyms arc printed in italics.] H.AE:^rATOPOTA annandalei, n. sp. assamensis, n. sp. asiafica, Rondani = javana, Wied. atomaria, Walker, bilineata, n. sp. borneana. Rondani. I For reasons against the adoption of this name see Verrall " British Files." V, p. 772 (1909) Austen, African Blood-Sucking Files, p. 121 (1909).