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[[underlined]] 30004, 30111 [[/underlined]]. 74 species of North American Lepidoptera from Dr. W. Barnes, Decatur, Ills. (Exchange.)
[[underlined]] 30397 [[/underlined]]. 55 species of Brazilian Lepidoptera from Dept. Agriculture, collected by J. G. Foetterle, Petropolis, Brazil. (Gift.)
[[underlined]] 29967 [[/underlined]]. Miscellaneous lots of insects from Madagascar and Kashmir, presented by Dr. W. L. Abbott, Bombay, India.
[[underlined]] 30415 [[/underlined]]. 43 species of Coleptera  and Orthoptera, mostly exotics, from Henry G. Klages, Jeannette, Pa. (Exchange.)
[[underlined]] 29786 [[/underlined]]. North American Diurnals, 10 species, from Major H. J. Elwes, Colesborne, Gloucestershire, England. (Exchange.)
[[underlined]] 30632 [[/underlined]]. North American Diurnals, 11 species, from Dr. Henry Skinner, Philadelphia, Pa. (Exchange.)
[[underlined]] 30232 [[/underlined]]. Collection of Insects from Commander Islands, from Dr. L. Stejneger, U. S. Nat. Museum. (Gift.)
[[underlined]] 30213, 30320, 30566, 30595, 30623, 30694 [[/underlined]]. Large series of North American insects, from Dept. Agriculture, collected by correspondents. (Gift.)
[[underlined]] 30265 [[/underlined]]. Types of early stages of Odonata, from James G. Needham, Konx College, Galesburg, Ills. (Gift.)
[[underlined]] 30531 [[/underlined]]. New species of Diptera from Mammoth Cave, presented by Dr. R. Ellsworth Call, Cincinnati, Ohio.
[[underlined]] 29558 [[/underlined]]. 65 species of English Diptera from E. Brunetti, London, England. (Exchange.)
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