Memories on the Coleoptora. By Col. Thos. L. Casey, Part III, 1912. The New Era Printing Co., Lancaster, Pa

1912 Canadian Entomologist  
196 THI' CANADIAN IINTOI\{OLOGIST. turr-red up four specirnens at Forest Hills, and XIr. Br1'ant seven males at Cohasset, Mass., and I also took a few myself. Tiris seems to be a very early species, tlccttrring wilh ruberata, and seems distinct enough from E. aulumilalis to deserve specific rank. The peculiarly shaped fore wings, the broad mesial band and the tendency for the extradiscal and intradiscal lines to unite near the inner margin will help to separate it from any other species'
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