New Nearctic Mecoptera, With Notes on Other Species

F. M. Carpenter
1935 Psyche: A Journal of Entomology  
During the three years subsequent to the publication of my revision of the Nearetie Meeoptera*, a number of new and interesting species have come to my attention. Some of these were taken by me in the central and western states, but by far the majority were received from other entomologists, as follows: Mr. E. In the present paper I have included the most interesting of the new locality records and descriptions of eight new speeies. Including the latter, the total number of Nearetie species is
more » ... earetie species is sixty-four. Family Panorpidm Brachypanorp montana Carp. Bull. Mus. Comp. ZoSl., 72 (6) 212; 1931. Four males were taken among pines at Crater Lake, Oregon, July 16, 1932, at an altitude of about 8,000 feet (F. M. Carpenter). As far as I am aware, these are the only specimens in addition to the types which have been collected. No females were found in spite of careful searching. Panorpa lugubris Swederus
doi:10.1155/1935/29562 fatcat:tl23ypstazfu3jzbzblmudzybe