This paper need be only a note, for I have discussed the relations of the Tertiary corals of America to those of Europe in two of my larger papers. Those of the Eocene and Lower Oligocene corals of the United States are considered in my monograph on that subject,1 and information on the tropical American Tertiary corals and the later Tertiary of the Coastal Plain of the United States is fully summarized to date in my paper on fossil corals from Central America and some of the West Indies.2 Both of these publications are available in all large libraries. The only important additional information published since the appearance of the papers mentioned are the lists of corals I contributed to reports on the geology of the Dominican3 and Haitian4 republics; an article by me on the stratigraphy of the Virgin Islands of the United States, Vieques Island, and eastern . . .