Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum
In my previous papers on the Hymenoptera fauna of the Philipines Islands, I find that I overlooked many species recorded from the archipelago. Below, therefore, I give a list of these omissions and follow with descriptions of two ne wgenera and twenty-eight new species received recently from Father Robert Brown, S.J., of the Phillipine Weather Bureau, Manila, Prof. Charles S. Banks, of the Governement Laboratories, Manila, and Dr. E. A. Mearns, U.S.A.
Ashmead, William H., "Additions to the Recorded Hymenopterous Fauna of the Phillipine Islands, with Descriptions of New Species" (1905). An. Paper 96.