86 MR. J, T. CUNNINGHAM ON MARINE FISHES [Jail. ] 8, Plate II. Fig -. 1. Neptis jordani, sp. n. (For genitalia vide-fig. in text p. 33.) 2. JSuptera elabontas mioeruensis $ , subsp. n. 3. JBrenthis excelsior katangte $, subsp. n. 4. Aphnceus questiauxi Auriv., $ . 5. Iiyccenesthes gemmifera $, sp. n. fi. Pseudaletis masanguli $ , sp. n. 7. Spindasis trimeni <$ , sp. n. 8. Aphnceus mar shall i J, sp. n. 9, 10. Catachrysops cupreus $ ^ , sp. n. 11. Deiulorix kafuensis $ , sp. n. 12. ,, bemba $, sp. n. Plate III. Fig. 1. JBelenois picta, dry <J, sp. n. 2. „ „ wet <$ ■ 3. „ crawshayi f . /«£«, ^ , f . nov. 4, 5. A.bantis lofu $ ^ , sp. n. 6. Platylesches lamba $ , sp. n. 7. „ robnstus $ , sp. n. 8. Kedestes lema J , sp. n. 9. Parnara chambesi $ , sp. n. 10. „ saxicola $ , sp. n. 11. Sarangesa maxima, $ , sp. n. 12. Kedestes malua $ , sp. n. 13. Parnara larea <J , sp. n. 14. Cyclopides kambove £ , sp. n. 15. ,, ivallacei <J , sp. n. 16. Sarangesa nox $ , sp. n. 2. On the Marine Fishes and Invertebrates of St. Helena. By J. T. Cunningham, M.A., F.Z.S. With Description of new Species of Hydrozoa and Porifera, by Ii. Kirk-PATRICK, F.Z.S. (Plates IY.-YII.*, and Text-figures 3-6.) [Received November 1, 1909.] At the beginning of February this year Mr. Alfred Mosely, C.M.G., went with a small party of experts to the island of St. Helena in order to make some enquiries into the industries and resources of the island, with the object of developing as far as possible the means by which the population could support itself. Until recently the people have been to a great extent dependent on the market and the employment afforded by the garrison and various Government works in the island. In 1903 the Boer prisoners left the island, and not long afterwards the Imperial Government decided to withdraw the whole of the garrison. To prevent distress among the inhabitants the Government has taken steps to develop the manufacture of lace and of New Zealand fiax, and Mr. MoseJy's attention was directed to agriculture and fisheries. I was invited to accompany him in order to assist * For explanation of the Plates see pp. 130 & 131.