AMONGST many valuable references to papers in all branches of science, Australian Science Abstracts (No. 4, Nov. 1932) records a “Bibliography of Australian Entoiuology, 1775–1930”, published by the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales (1932, pp. 1–380). In the list of papers and works touching on Australian insects during that period are references to scientific expeditions which have visited Australia and information concerning authors, collectors and collections. Invaluable to entomologists, the work will be found useful also by zoologists and botanists. An index classifies papers written on various orders of insects, as well as papers on economic, medical and veterinary entomology, and on Australian fossil insects.