ed occurrence in northeastern Mexico. Thirty other specimens have been taken from four additional localities between El Pachón and the place 10 mi. W, 2 mi. S Piedra.
Pteronotus davyi fulvus (Thomas).--Ten specimens (57525-57534) from Rancho Santa Rosa, 25 km. N, 13 km. W Cd. Victoria, 260 meters, Tamaulipas, taken by W. Schaldach, V. Grissino, and R. Grimsley, from December 26, 1953, to January 5, 1954, extend the known range of this species 360 miles northward from Mirador, Veracruz (Davis and Russell, 1952:235). Another specimen from Tamaulipas in our collection is from Rancho Pano Ayuctle, 8 mi. N Gómez Fárias, 300 feet.
Glossophaga soricina leachii (Gray).--Two specimens (54942-54943) from 16 mi. W, 3 mi. S Piedra, Tamaulipas, taken by Gerd H. Heinrich, on June 15, 1953, extend the known range of this species on the Gulf Coast of Mexico northward 60 miles from 5 mi. NE Antiguo Morelos, near El Pachón, Tamaulipas (de la Torre, 1954:114).
Anoura geoffroyi lasiopyga (Peters).--Three specimens (36574-36576) from 2 mi. SE Jalcocotán, 3000 ft., Nayarit, the first records for the state, taken by J. R. Alcorn,