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A HISTORY OF WARWICKSHIRE HOMALOMYIN.* Homalomyia hamata, Mcq. (R. C. B.) ; sca- laris, F., common ; canicularis, L., common everywhere as usual ; afirea, Zett. (R. C. B.) Azelia Zetterstedti, Rond. (R. C. B.) ; cilipes, Hal. (R. C. B.); triquetra, W. (R. C. B.) Coelomyia mollissima, Hal., not uncommon in Blackroot Bog CCENOSIN^E Caricea tigrina, F. (R. C. B.) ; humilis, Mg. (R. C. B.) Ccenosia elegantula, Rond. (R. C. B) ; sexnotata, Mg. Birmingham (R.C.B.) CORDYLURIOE Cordylura pudica, Mg. ; ciliata, Mg., com- mon in Blackroot Bog Parallelomma albipes, Fall., common in Blackroot Bog; vittata, Mg. (R.C.B.) Cnemopogon apicalis, Mg. (R. C. B.) Norellia spinimana, Fall. (R. C. B.) Pogonota hircus, Zett, Blackroot Bog, Sut- ton, where it is not uncommon. It was first made known as British through specimens taken there by Mr. R. C. Bradley Trichopalpus fraternus, Mg. (R. C. B.) Spathiophora hydromyzina, Fin. (Falleni, Sch.) (R. C. B.) Scatophaga scybalaria, L., rare, Sutton Park Coniosternum obscurum, Fin. (R. C. B.) HELOMYZID^: Helomyza pectoralis, Loew. ; loevifrons, Loew. ; flava, Mg. ; rufa, Fin. (varie- gata, Loew.) ; Zetterstedti, Loew. ; pallida, Fin. (olens, Mg.) ; all Sutton (R. C. B.) CEcothea fenestralis, Fln.l Birmingham Blepharoptera serrata, L. J (R. C. B.) Tephrochlamys rufiventris, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; flavipes, Zett. (R. C. B.) HETERONEURID^: Heteroneura albimana, Mg. (R. C. B.) Stomphastica flava, Mg. (R. C. B.) SCIOMYZID^ Dryomyza flaveola, F. (R. C. B.) Neuroctena anilis, Fall. (R. C. B.) Sciomyza pallida, Fall. ; albocostata, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; dubia, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; fuscinervis, Zett. (R. C. B.) Tetanocera elata, F. ; sylvatica, Mg. ; fer- ruginea, Fin. ; Icevifrons, Loew. (R. C. B.) ; robusta, Loew. (R. C. B.) ; coryleti, Scop, (reticulata, F.) (R. C. B.) Limnia unguicornis, Scop., very common in Blackroot Bog ; rufifrons, F. (R. C. B.) Elgiva dorsalis, F. (R. C. B.) ; rufa, Pz. (R. C. B.) ; cucularia, L. (R. C. B.) Sepedon sphegeus, F., very rare in Black- root Bog PSILID.& Psila fimetaria, L. Chyliza leptogaster, Pz. (R. C. B.) Loxocera aristata, Pz., common (R. C. B.) ; albiseta, Schrk. (R. C. B.) ; sylvatica, Mg. (R. C. B.) MICROPEZID^E Micropeza corrigiolata, L. (R. C. B.) Calobata cothurnata, Pz. (R. C. B.) ; petro- nella, L. (R. C. B.) ORTALIDJE PLATYSTOMIN^E Platystoma seminationis, F., one in a box of insects received from the Rev. J. H. Bloom from Whitchurcb ULIDINJE Seoptera vibrans, L. TRYPETID/E Acidia heraclei, L., not uncommon ; cog- nata, W. (R. C. B.) ; lychnidis, F. (R. C. B.) Spilographa Zo6, Mg., not uncommon Rhacochlasna toxoneura, Loew., one at Sutton on a window in the house ; the only recorded British specimen (R. C. B.) Trypeta onotrophes, Loew., rare, Sutton ; tussilaginis, F., common, Hay Woods (C. J. W.) Carphotricha pupillata, Fall., Solihull, one (A. H. Martineau) Tephritis miliaria, Schrk., Hay Woods (C.J. W.), Sutton (R. C. B.) LONCH^ID^E Lonchaea vaginalis, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; chorea, F. (R. C. B.) ; tarsata, Fall. (R.C. B.) Palloptera ustulata, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; um- bellatarum, F. (R. C. B.) ; saltuum, L.(R.C.B.) ; arcuata,Fall.(R.C.B.) Toxoneura muliebris, Harris (R. C. B.) SAPROMYZIDJE Sapromyza rorida, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; praeusta, Fall. (R. C. B.); lupulina, F. (C. J. W.) ; decempunctata, Fall. (C. J. W.) ; apicalis, Lcew. (C. J. W.) " Lauxania cylindricornis, F. (R. C. B.) ; senea, Fall. (R. C. B.) 164