ON MOTH,? FROM B. E. AFRICA. 707 33. Notes on a Collection o£ Heterocera made by Mr. W. Feather in British East Africa, 1911-13. By Lt.-Col. J. M, Fawcett*. [Received September 27, 1916 ; Read November 21, 1916.] (Plate I. t) Index. Geogeaphical : Localities at which collections were made 708 Systematic : Gralactomoia, gen. n , 716 Giria, gen. n 717 Taveta, gen. n 718 Pojppeea, gen. n 722 Lecasia, gen. n 724 Fulvaria, gen, n 728 Capena, gen. n 732 Pao-e Pericallia Jiecate, sp, n, 709 Deilemera glatice, sp.n 709 Athetis liorus, sp. n 710 A. pentheus, syi.n 711 Griaiira astarte, s^. \\ 711 Leoci/ma candace, sp, n 712 Ctenusa rectilinea, sp. n 713 C. r. -psamatha, form, n 714 JSuphiusa hermione, sp. n 714 IS.h. oclireatd,iovn\.y\ 714 Cortyta minyas, sp.n 715 C m. griseacea,ioYm. \\ 716 G-alacfomoia herenice, sp. n 717 Giria huhastis, sp. n 718 Taveta syrinx, s^. n 718 Catephia sciras, sp. n 719 C sospita, sTp, w. 720 C. scylla, sp.n 720 C. serapis, sp. n 721 Popptea sahina, STp. n 722 Plecoptera polymorpha polym-nia, form, n 722 Previpecten cleareJius, sp. n. 723 Page Calpe cerne, s^p. n 723 Lecasia Othello, sp. ti 724 Phalera laviiiia, sp. n 725 Scrajicia amata, sp. n 725 Stauropiis critobtiltis, sp. n 726 Peridela herengaria, s]).i\ 727 P. novaria, s\;i.n 727 Fulvaria striata, H^.w 728 Boarmia perse, sp.n 728 Cidaria aster ia, sp. n 729 C. procne, sp.^n.. 730 Idaa niohe, sp. n 730 Ueteroi-achis idmon, sp. n 731 Lehedodes ncBvius, sp. \\ 732 Selagdia na rses, sp.n 732 Duomitus pindarus, sp. n 733 Da ttinia aurora, sp. n 734 D . perstrigata tithonus, form. n.... 734 D. orion, sp. \\ 735 Lygropia pasithea, sp.n 735 Pionia nigripunctalis, sp.n 736 P. .ranthalis, sp. n 736 Meliftia Iirematopis, sp.n 736 In my former memoir on this subject (P. Z. S, 1915, p. 91) I mentioned that there were a good many species of the Feather Collection which still remained to be examined, and that I hoped to be able to give in another memoir the result of my enquiries into some of them. This I propose to do in the pre-sent paper, but, owing to pressure of space in the forthcoming number of P. Z. S.,,I am only able to deal with a certain per-centage of the material in my possession. Meanwhile, a most interesting paper has been published by Professor Poulton (P. Z. S. 1916, p. 91), dealing with Mr. Feather's Collection in Somaliland, in which a large number of new species are described, * Communicated by the Secketart. t For explanation of the Plate see p. 737.