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2. NAME, IN THE ORDER OF THEIR IMPORTANCE, THE ACCESSIONS OF THE YEAR WHICH DESERVE SPECIAL NOTICE, AND STATE IN EACH CASE WHETHER GIVEN, LENT, RECEIVED IN EXCHANGE OR PURCHASED. 30653. Collection of Arachnida of Dr. Geo. Marx, [[strikethrough]] lent by [[/strikethrough]] on deposit from Mrs. Minnie Marx. [[marginalia]] Omit numbers in copying. [[/marginalia]] 30357, 30353, 30661, 30662, 30695, 30693. Collection of insects of all orders from [[strikethrough]] Tropical [[/strikethrough]] Texas, made by the field-agents of [[circled]] Dept. [[/circled]] Agriculture, Messrs. E.A. Schnay & C.H.F. Townsend (Gift from [[circled]] Dept. Agr. [[/circled]]) [[marginalia]] tr. so as to make one sentence each [[/marginalia]] [[marginalia]] [[shorthand notations]] [[/marginalia]] 29992. Microhymenoptera from Grenada W.I. 83 species including types of 55 species, presented by the British Committee for Zoological Exploration of the West Indies. 29640. Types of 28 species of North [[circled]] Amer.[[/circled]] Empidae, presented by D. W. Coquillett. 30303. North American Melanopli, 21 species including types of 17 species, from Dr. S. H. Scudder, Cambridge, Mass. (Gift.) 30410. North American Noctuidae, 17 species including types of 15 species from Prof. J. B. Smith, New Brunswick, N.J. (Gift.) 30608. Collection of parasitic Hymenoptera of Ceylon, from E. Ernest Green, Punduloya, Ceylon. (Gift.) 30800. Collection of Coleoptera from Egypt and Europe, about 300 species in 3000 examples, presented by Dr. A. Fenyes, Helouan, Egypt. 30043. Collection of Cynipidae from Colorado, including types, from Prof. C. P. Gillette, Fort Collins, Colo. (Exchange.) 30335. Types of 6 species of Crambidae, from Prof. C. H. Fernale, Amherst, Mass. (Gift.)
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