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BULLETIN

OF

THE AMERICAN MUSEUM
OF NATURAL HISTORY

Volume XLII, 1920




NEW YORK

PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES

1920



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EDITED BY FRANK E. LUTZ



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THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Seventy-seventh Street and Central Park West, New York City



Board of Trustees

(As of December 31. 1920)



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HENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN

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CLEVELAND H. DODGE J. P. MORGAN

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HENRY p. DAVISON ADRIAN ISELIN

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THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

THE PRESIDENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS



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GEORGE F. BAKER ARTHUR CURTISS JAMES

FREDERICK F. BREWSTER WALTER B. JAMES

'THOMAS DbWITT CUYLER CHARLES LANIER

WALTER DOUGLAS OGDEN MILI^

CHILDS FRICK PERCY R. PYNE

MADISON GRANT THEODORE ROOSEVELT

WnJJAM AVERELL HARRIMAN JOHN B. TREVOR

ARCHER M. HUNTINGTON FELIX M. WARBURG



Administrative Officers

(Ab of December 31. 1920)



DlBSCTOS ASSWTANT SbCBBTABT

FREDERIC A. LUCAS GEORGE H. SHERWOOD



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Scientific Staff
(Ab of December 31, 1920)

Frederick A. Lucas, Sc.D., Director

GEOLOGY AND INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY
Edmund Otis Hovey, Ph.D., Curator
Chester A. Reeds, Ph.D., Associate Curator (Invertebrate Palaeontology]

MINERALOGY
Herbert P. Whitlock, C.E., Curator

WOODS AND FORESTRY
Mary Cynthia Dickerson, B.S., Curator

INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY
Henry E. Crampton, Ph.D., Curator
Roy W. Miner, A.B., Associate Curator
Frank E. Lutz, Ph. D., Associate Curator
A. J. MuTCHLER, Assistant
WiLLARD G. Van Name, Ph.D., Assistant
Frank E. Watson, B.S., Assistant
Joseph Bequaert, Ph.D., Assistant in Congo Zoology

ICHTHYOLOGY AND HERPETOLOGY
Bashford Dean, Ph.D., Honorary Curator
John T. Nichols, A.B., Associate Curator of Recent Fishes
Mary Cynthia Dickerson, B.S., Curator of Herpetology
G. K. Noble, A.M., Assistant Curator of Herpetology

MAMMALOGY AND ORNITHOLOGY
J. A. Allen, Ph.D., Curator

Frank M. Chapman, Sc.D., Curator of Ornithology
Roy C. Andrews, A.M., Associate Curator of Mammalogy
W. DeW. Miller, Associate Curator of Ornithology
H. E. Anthony, A.M., Associate Curator of Mammalogy
Herbert Lang, Assistant Ciirator of Mammalogy
James P. Chapin, A.M., Assistant in Ornithology
Ludlow Griscom, A.M., Assistant
William Percy, Field Associate

VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY
Henry Fairfield Osborn, LL.D., Sc.D., Honorary Curator
W. D. Matthew, Ph.D., Curator
Walter Granger, Associate Curator [Mammals]
Barnum Brown, A.B., Associate Curator (Reptiles)
William K. Gregory, Ph. D., Associate in Palaeontology



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ANTHROPOLOGY
Clark Wissler, Ph.D., Curator
Punt E. Goddard, Ph.D., Curator of Ethnology
Robert H. Lowie, Ph.D., Associate Curator
Herbert J. Spinden, Ph. D., Assistant Curator
N. C. Nelson, M.L., Assistant Curator
Charles W. Mead, Assistant Curator
Louis R. Suluvax, A.M., Assistant Curator



ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Ralph W. Tower, Ph.D., Curator

PUBLIC HEALTH
Charles-Edward A. Winslow, M.A., D.P.H., Curator



PUBLIC EDUCATION
George H. Sherwood, A.M., Curator
G. Clyde Fisher, Ph.D., Associate Curator
Ruth E. Crosby, Assistant Curator



BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS
Ralph W. Touver, Ph.D., Curator
Ida Richardson Hood, A.B., Assistant Librarian



DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATION
Laurence V. Coleman, A.M., Chief



RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
M. D. C. Crawford, Textiles, Anthropology
Alessandro Fabbri, Physiology
George F. Kunz, Ph.D., Mineralogy
Charles W. Leng, B.S., Coleoptera
J. Howard McGregor, Ph.D., Anthropology
Robert Cushman Murphy, A.M., Ornithology
Frank J. Meyers, Rotifera
Raymond C. Osburn, Ph.D., Bryozoa
A. L. Treadwell, Ph.D., Annulata
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XLII



PAGS

Title-page i

Officers and Trustees •. . iii

Scientific Staff iv

Contents vi

Dates of Publication of Separates vii

List of Illustrations viii

List of New Taxonomic Names xiii

Errata xv

Art. I. — Studies on the Biology of the Aquatic Hydrophilidae. By E. Avert

Richmond. (Plates I-XVI) . . . fi.f^. . . . .^ 1

XL — Studies in (Comparative Myology and Osteology, No. IV. A Review
of the Evolution of the Lacrymal Bone of Vertebrates with
Special Reference to that of Mammals. By. W. K. Gregory.
(Plate XVII, one himdred and ninety-six text figures) . .(R. CL^ 4 95
III. — Studies in Comparative Myology and Osteology, No. V. On the
Anatomy of the Preorbital Fossse of Equidse and other Ungu-
lates. By. W. K. Gregory, (Plate XVIII, twenty-six text

figures) ?"./...!. 265

IV. — Hynnis and Aledis in The American Museum of Natural History.

By John Treadwbll Nichols. (Plate XIX) . . 2 9-^ 285

V. — New Species and Synonymy of American CjrnipidaB. By Alfred C.

KiNBEY. (Plates XX-XXVII),^..? 293

VI. — life Histories of American Cynipidip. By Alfred C. Kinsey.

(Plates XXVIII-XXXI). . .Z6^ 319

VII. — Phylogeny of Cynipid Genera and Biological Characteristics. By

Alfred C. Kinsey. (Plate XXXII, one text figure) .^O.X. 357a
VIII. — ^Additions to the Ant Fauna of the West Indies and Central America.

By WiLUAM M. Mann. (Ten text figures) 403

IX. — Two New Batrachians from Colombia. By. G. K. Noble 441

X. — Notes on American Lepidoptera with Descriptions of New Varieties.

By Frank W. Watson and Wm. P. Comstock 447

XI. — Some Neotropical Bees. By T. D. A. Cockerell 459

XII. — New Mammals from Jamaica. By H. E. Anthony. (Plate XXXIII,

four text figures) .*,'..* 469

XIII. — A Key to the Species of Trackurus, By John Treadwell Nichols . 477
XIV. — ^Report on the Lepidoptera of the American Museum Expedition to

Arizona, 1916. By Wm. S. Wright 483

XV. — Notes on the Distribution and Bibliography of North American
Bees of the Families Apidae, Meliponids, Bombidse, Euglossidae,
and Anthophoridffi. By Frank E. Lutz and T. D. A. Cockerell 491
XVI. — The Jurassic Ammonite Fauna of Cuba. By Marjorie O'Connell.

(Plates XXXIV-XXXVIII, eight text figures) ...:.... ^. 643

XVII. — Staphyhnidse from Florida in the CoUection of The American Mu-
seum of Natural History, with Descriptions of New Genera and
Species. By Howard Notm an. (Plate XXXIX). ^..'h ...... .' 693

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ContenU vii

DATES OF PUBLICATION OF SEPARATES

The edition of separates is 300 copies, of which about 100 are mailed on the date
of issue, sjad the others placed on sale in the Library.



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27,1920.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Plates

I. — Labium, head without appendages, and open stigma tic atrium of Hy-

drophUus obtusatus; egg-case and side view of caudal end of Hydrobius fuscipes

larva; mandible of larva of Ochlhebius type; maxilla of specialised type of

Hydrophilid larva ; side view of last three segments of Hydrous triangularia larva ;

and stigmatic atrium of PhUydrus nebvloBus larva.
II. — Helophorus lacustris: mandible, maxilla, antenna, anterior part of head, meso-

thoracic leg, and labium of first-^tage larva; dorsal view of larva, first stage, and

egg-case.
III. — Ochlhebius tuberculatus: labium, labrum and clypeus, mandible, maxilla, meso-

thoracic leg, caudal end of anal segment, and antenna of first-stage larva; egg

with loose covering of silk and larva, first stage.
IV. — Hydrcena pennsylvanica: labium, labrum and clypeus, antenna, mandible,

maxilla, and mesothoracic leg of first-stage larva; egg-case, showing egg within,

and first-stage larva.
V. — Hydrochous squamifer: mandible, maxilla, head, antenna, and mesothoracic leg

of first-stage larva; egg-case, enclosing the single egg.
VI. — Hydrophilus obtusatus: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, labium, anterior

region of head, and antenna of first-stage larva; egg-case and full-grown larva.
Vn. — Tropistemus glaber: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, antenna, anterior

region of head, and labium of first-stage larva; egg-case and full-grown larva.
VIII. — Hydrous triangularis: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, antenna, head

without appendages, and labium of first-stage larva; motory stylus of pupa;

egg-case and full-grown larva.
IX. — Laccobius agUis: mandible, extremity of pupa, antenna, mesothoracic leg,

maxilla, anterior region of head, and labium of first-stage larva; full-grown

larva and egg-case.
X. — Berosus peregrinus: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, pleural lobe of thorax,

antenna, anterior part of head, and labium of first-stage larva; full-grown larva

and egg-case.
XI. — Hydrobius globosus: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, labium, antenna, and

anterior region of head of first-stage larva; egg-case and full-grown larva.
XII. — Cymbiodyta fimbriata: mandible, maxilla, mesothoracic leg, antenna, labium,

and anterior region of head of first-stage larva; full-grown larva and caudal end

of pupa.
XIII. — Helochares viacidicollis: mandible, maxilla, antenna, mesothoracic leg,

labium, and anterior region of head of first-stage larva; full-grown larva and

egg-case.
XIV. — PhUydrus perplexu^: mandible, maxilla, antenna, mesothoracic leg, labium,

and anterior region of head of first-stage larva; full-grown larva and egg-case.

Egg-case of PhUydrus ochraceus.
XV. — Anc/Fna infuscata: mandible, maxilla, antenna, mesothoracic leg, anterior

margin of head, and labium of first-stage larva; full-grown larva and egg-case.
XVI. — Paracymus subcupreus: mandible, maxilla, antenna, anterior region of head,

mesothoracic leg, and labium of first-stage larva; full-grown larva.
XVII. — Evolution of the lacrymal bone from fish to primitive mammal and from

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XVIII. — Skulls of various recent and extinct Equicbe with semidiagrammatic recon-
structions, showing, in the extinct forms, the supposed backward extension of the
nasal diverticulum into the "lacrymar* fossa and the positions of the maxillo-
labialis superior and other muscles.

XIX. — Hynnis cubensiSf 31 in. long to base of caudal. From a mounted specimen
from Florida.

XX. — Galls of Andrictis punctaiu9 and Aulacidea annulaia.

XXI. — Galls of the new species Aulacidea abdita^ Neuroierus ihompsoniy and
Diastrophua tumefactus.

XXII-XXV. — Galls of the new species Andricus concoUnwM^ A. fumaceuSf A. peUu-
ciduSj A. incomptus, A. marmoreus^ A. mexicanus, A. pereduruSj and A.tectuma'
rum.

XXVI, XXVII. — Galls of the new species DiahokasjnB pLvmbdla, D.fungiformia^ D.
ttnicoloTf and D. prunifonnia.

XXVIII. — Galls of Aylax glechom<Ey Rhodiies roscB^ and R. iffnotus.

XXIX. — Galls of Neuroierus haUxLus forms bisexiudis and baiatus and Neuroierus
noxiosus forms vemalis and noxiosus.

XXX. — Galls of Neuroierus iedus iectus^ Andricus palustris palusiriSfA. p. compressus,
A . fuHlis radicicolay and A . /. futilis.

XXXI. — Galls of Andricus operator operator, A. o. operatolay A. fulvicoUis bicoiens,
and A, f. erinacei .

XXXII. — Wing venation and abdominal characters of the Cynipidse.

XXXIII. — Mandible, upper and lower molars of Clidomys osbomi; molars of Clido-
mys parvus f Spirodontofnys jamaicensiSf Alterodon major, and Speoxenus cundalH.

XXXrV. — ^Views of Perisphinctes cubanensis, new species, and P. cubanensis muta-
tion a, new mutation.

XXXV. — Views of Perisphinctes cubanensis /3, new mutation and Perisphinctes
delatorri, new species.

XXXVI. — Views of Perisphinctes plicaiHoides and Idoceras soieloi, new species.

XXX Vlt. — Views of Ochetoceras canaliculatum burckhardti, new variety.

XXXVIII. — Views of Ochetoceras mexicanum and Ataxioceras virgulatus.

XXXIX. — Maxilla of Schistacme obtusa, Genosema sexualis, Hoplandria lateralis, and
Eumicrota anomala; labium, maxilla, intermesocoxal parts, and intermediate
tarsus of Ehchistarthron ambiguum; labium, maxilla, sixth dorsal abdominal
segm^it of male, intermesocoxal parts, and intermediate tarsus of Orthodiatelvs
innatabilis; sixth dorsal abdominal segment of male Silusida tenuicomis;
labium and maxilla of Lophomucter IcevicoUis.



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Side and dorsal view of head of a ver>' primitive rhipidistian fish, Osteolepis

macrolepidotus Ill

Skulls of Amia ccdva, Lepidosieus tristcechus, Tarpon atlantictis, Sphyrcena barra-

cvia, and Polypterus bichir 112

Generalized stegoceph skull, showing location of sensory grooves; fore part of

skull of Mieropholis stowi, showing course of naso-lacrymal duct 113

Skulls of Melanerpetonfalax and Branchiosaurus amblystoma 114



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Skulls of various Stegocephs: Trimerorhachis insigniSy Siegopa dwaricaia^ Micro-'

pholis stowiy Bothriceps australiSf BroilieUus texensuSy and Diplocaulus mega-

cephalus 115

Skulls of Stegocephs: Loxomma aUmanij Archegosaurus lalirostrisy Eryops mega-

cephalus, and Cyclotosaurus robustus 116

Skulls of modem Urodeles showing loss of the lacrymal and retention of the

prefrontal 117

Skulls of modem Anura: Rana pipiens and Bufoomains 118

SkuUs of Cotylosaiu^: Seymouria haylorensiSj ParUylits cordatusy and Paria-

saurus 120

Skulls of Cotylosaurs: Seymouria haylorensis'y Diadedes (Empedias) molariSy

LabidosauruSj Limnoscelis paludisy Procolophon trigoniceps, Pantylus

cordatuSy and Pariasaurus 121

Skull of Chelone imbricata 122

Skulls of Pelycosaurs: Naosaurus clavigeTy Mycterosaurus longicepSy and Sphena-

codon 122

Two views of skull of AUigator mississippiensis and Tyrannosaurus rex 124

Skulls of a pseudosuchian (Euparkeria) and of typical omithischian dinosaurs,

showing the retraction of the lacrymal, the reduction of the antorbital

fenestra, and the backward extension of the premaxiUa in the Omithischia 126
Skulls of various Sauropsida showing reduction or absence of the lacrymal and

its replacement by the prefrontal .' 130

Skulls of Dicynodon moschopSy D. leonicepSy and Moschops capensis 132

Skulls of Scylacops capenaisy Cynognaihus herryiy and Ididopsis elegans 133

Skulls of Tritylodon and Polymastodon 138

SkuUs of Echidna ( = Tachyglossus) and Omithorhynchus 139

Skulls of Didelphis virginianay PerameleSy and Palceothentes iniermedius 140

Skulls of Amphipromverra and Borhycena iuberata 141

Skulls of Dasyurus viverrinuSy SarcophUvs ursinuSy Thylacinus cynocephalusy

and Myrmecobius faaciaUus 142

Skulls of Wynyardia bassianay MacropuSy and Phascolomys 144

Skulls of Deltatherium fundaminis and Ldmnoq/on potens 146

Skulls of Hycenodon pauddena and H. horridus 147

Skulls of Vulpavus profeduSy DaphoenuSy jElunia fidgensy and Ursus americanua . 149

Skulls of Baasariscus astutay Phlaocyon leucosteuSy and Procyon hemandezi 150

Skulls of Viverridffi 152

Skulls of Viverridae 153

Skulls of Mustelidffi 154

Skulls of Mustelidae 155

Skulls of Eumetopias steUeri and Odobcenus rosmarus 157

Skulls of Prozeuglodon atrox, Mesoplodon grayiy and Batcmoptera borealis 159

Skulls of Idops dakotensisy Proterix loomisiy Gymnura rafflesiy Erinaceus

(Atderix) langi and E. europceus 162

Skulls of Centdes ecaudatusy Solenodon paradoxusy and Potamogale velox 165

Skulls of Onychodedes tissonensiSy Stegotherium tesselaiuniy Dasypus sexcindus,

Tolypeuies conuruSy Hapahps ruetemeyeriy and Bradypua 167



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Skulls of Scdidotherium ctuneriy Myrmecopkaga jubatCj Tamandura tetradactylGf

and Cyclopes doraalis 169

Skulls of Manis and Oryderopus species 170

Skulls of Paramys copeiy Ardomys species, Castor canadensis ^ Lophiomys im-

hausiy Pedetes caffir, and Hydrochoerus capybara 173

Skulls of Hyopsodus despicienSy Phenacodus primcevuSy Meniscotherium chamense

terrctrvbrcty and Diadiaphorus species 176

Skull of Nesodon imbricatus 177

Skulls of Hegetoiherium mirabiley Pachyrukhos moyanij Protypotherium austraUy

and Jnieratherium robustus 179

Skulls of Haploconus Uneatus and Dinoceras mirabile 181

Skulls of Manitherium lyonsi, Manatus lalvrostriSy and Arsinoitherium zUteli 182

Skulls of Mastodon americantts and Elephas indicus 183

Skulls of Megalohyrax and Dendrohyrax species 185

Skulls of Dickobune leporinay Procamdus occidentaliSy TraguluSy Dorcaiheriumy

and Cervulus species 187

Skulls of Agriocharus trifronSy Oreodon cuJbertsonii periculoruniy and Leptauthenia

decora 188

Skulls of Eporeodon occidentalis pacificuSy Promerycochctrus and Merycochcerus

species 189

Skulls of pig-like Artiodactyls: Entelodony Ancodon brachyrhynchuSy and Hip-
popotamus lemerlei 190

Skulls of Perchctrus pristinus and Dicotyles ( = Tayassu) pecari 191

Skulls of Potamodugnis and Phacochcerus species 192

Skulls of HyrachyuSy Ceratotherium simuniy and Tapirus terrestris 194

Skulls of Hyracodon nebrascensis and Ccenopus ( ^Subkyracodon) trigonodus 196

Skulls of Manteoceras toashakiensis and Metamynodon planifrons 197

Skulls of Tupatay Rhynchocyon daudiiy Elephantulus {Macroscelides) species,

and Galeopithecus 198

Skulls of Nothardus osbomiy Adapts parisiensis bruniy A. (Leptadapis) magnuSy

Megaladapis grandidieriy and Lemur mongoz 201

Skulls of Propithecus coquereUiy Archceolemur edwardsiy and Chiromys ( = Dauben-

tonia) madagascariensis 203

Skulls of Perodidicus pottOy Galago elegantvluSy NecroUmur antiquuSy Tetonius

C^ Anaptomorphus") homunculusy and Tarsius spedrum 204

Skulls of Alouatta (Mycetes) beebsebuly Cacajao ccUvuSy Chrysothrix and Troglo-
dytes (-Pan) species 210

Preorbital fossse of various mammals: MaeropuSy Rhynchocyony PotamochceruSy

&nd Dicotyles 267

Facial muscles of ungulates: Sus scrofOy Tapirus terresiriSy Rhinoceros suma-

trensiSy and Equus caballus 272

Equus grevyi: dissection of nasal diverticulum and view of skull, showing the

"malar," "subnasal," and "buccinator" fossse 274

Views of nasal diverticulum in Equus asinuSy Tapirus {Rhinochwus) indicuSy

Tapirus terrestris y Onohippidium mufiiziy and Rhinoceros sunuUrensis 276

Views of skiill and restorations of muscles of Onohippidium munizi 277

Skull of Astrapotherium species, showing deep preorbital fossae 278



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Metamynodan planifrons. Skull, showing large preorbital foesa 279

Views of skulls of Meiamynodon pUmifrons and Amynodon intermedium showing

preorbital fossa 280

Views of skulls of Rhinoceros indicue and CercUotherium simumy showing shallow

preorbital fossa 281

Diagrammatic tree showing relations of some cynipid genera 400

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromischa (Macromischa) purpfwrala 411

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromischa {Macromischa) squamifera 413

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromischa (Macromischa) aUardycei 415

Lateral view of Macromischa (Macromischa) scabripes 417

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromisdui (Macromischa) affinis 418

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromischa (CroBomyrmex) wheeleri 423

Side view of thorax and petiole of Macromischa (AntiUannyrmex) terricola 424

View of an orange tree, showing the protection against the ^^bibijagua" (Atta

insularis) 429

Side view of bead, thorax, and petiole of Prenolepis (Prenolepis) gibberosa 433

View of head and pronotum of Camponottts (Colobopsis) sphcericus 437

External view of left mandible of Clidomys osbomi and crown views of man-
dibular molar series of C. osbomi^ Elasmodontomys obliquus^ and Amblyrhiza

inundata 470

Lower molar of CUdomys o^)omi and C. parvus 471

Upper molars of Clidomys osbomi and Speoxenus cundaUi; upper and lower

molars of Spirodonlomys jamaicensis 474

Crown and lateral views of molar of AUerodon major 475

Diagrammatic sketch of the mode of development of cost® in the genus Peri-
sphindeSj showing the origin of diad and triad groups and of intercalated

costffi 647

Arrangement of costs on the second volution of Perisphinctes cubanensiSj show-
ing grouping on either side of the third constriction 651

Arrangement of costse at beginning of fourth volution of Perisphindes cubanen-
siSf showing increased complexity in grouping produced by repeated bifurca-
tions 652

Arrangement of costaB on last quarter of fourth volution of Perisphinctes cubanen-

siSf showing acceleration of costse 653

Arrangement of costse on last half of fifth volution of Perisphinctes cubanensis . . 654
Arrangement of the costs on the first half of sixth volution of Perisphinctes

cubanensiSy showing adult costs grouping 657

Tracing from the holotype of Perisphinctes cubanensiSy showing the last costs

on the final whorl and the adult costal delimitation of the last constriction. . 657
Suture line of Perisphinctes plicatiloides, new species 678



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LIST OF NEW TAXONOMIC NAMES IN THIS VOLUME

Higher Group

Page

Elachistarthronini Notman 714

Genera and Subgenera

Crmsomyrmex Mann 408

AfUiUcemyrmex Mann 408

CentroleneUa Noble 441

CUdomys Anthony 469

SpirodofUomy8 Anthony 473

Speoxentis Anthony 473



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