Froggatt (16) notes Lonchœa splendida from New Zealand. The same author, in another place (17), describes and figures Dacus xanthodes (91, pl. 1, fig. 3) and Ceratitis capitata (100, pl. 5, fig. 18).
The fourth volume of Theobald's Monograph of the Culicidœ appeared in 1907. It is supplementary to the previous three (18).
The list of New Zealand Mycetophilidœ is very little changed in the latest arrangement. When Marshall's work came out in 1896 it was very severely criticized in “Natural Science” (x, –26, 1897), but all Marshall's species are now accepted, and only two genera placed in synonymy!
S. fagi and hirtus are considered as doubtful in Sciophila; Euryceras is a syn. of Boletina, Brachidicrania of Exechia, and Brevicornu of Corydyla. Mycetophila antarctica remains undescribed; Aneura boletinoides is wrongly included by Johannsen from Australia. In the Index Faunæ N.Z. (133-34), for “antennatis” read “-alis,” and for “ninor” read “minor.”