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Coast by W. G. Torr, have introduced us to many species not previously known from Tasmania. In addition, much knowledge has been acquirea respecting the distribution of forms already recorded, so that the time seemed opportune to bring out a new and up-to-date list, which we believe will be of distinct value to students of this interesting group. We have here increased the Tasmanian list to 32 species, including two new ones. It will be noticed that on comparing our list with previous ones,doi:10.5962/bhl.part.11198 fatcat:xzhureazv5aorklhgm5imm73ey