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-2- √ 25268 - 8 ex. (type) of Photinus rigidus Oliv., collected at Cap Breton from Prof. E. Olivier, Moulins (Allier), France. √ 25269 - 50 species of European insects from Paul Noel, Rouen, France. (For exchange, but of no value.) √ 25271 - 66 sp. named exotic Orthoptera, from Prof. H. de Saussure, Geneve, Suisse. √ 1566 - Acarid invading houses from J.L. Stechler & Son, Reading Pa. 1588 - Whip scorpion from D.O. Clarke, Perico, Manatee Co., Fla. Reports were duly made on the last two accessions. The material of Accession 25157 from U.S.F.C. has been mounted and prepared for study. Some of it has to be sent to specialists before a full report can be made for publication. The rearrangement of the collection of Orthoptera and of the Exotic [[strikethrough]] Orthoptera [[/strikethrough]] Coleoptera has
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