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[[underlined]] ARKLOW TRIP June 2 - 16, 1926. [[/underlined]]

2/6/26. Sand dunes, Brittas Bay, S. of Mizen Head. Co. WI. A.W.S. aft.
[[underlined]] Pompilus [[/underlined]] sp. [[female symbol]] ([[underlined]] gibbus [[/underlined]]?)
[[underlined]] Andrena sericea [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[female symbols]], latter very fresh.
[A. [[underlined]] fucata [[/underlined]] [[male symbol]] in road inland of]
Tenthredinidae  [[checkmark]]
[[underlined]] Selandria [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] furstenbergensis [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 2 [[2 female symbols]] on bracken slope. 
Ichneumonidae (all but my small [[female symbol]] taken in ditch}road)
Braconid: [[underlined]] Oenone hians [[/underlined]] } road inland [[image: arrow pointing at above phrase in brackets]]

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2/6/26 evening. Swept in glen by Webb's River, N. of Ferrybank, Arklow, Co. WI. A.W.S.
[[underlined]] Tenthredinidae.[[underlined]] Tenthredo arcuata [[2 female symbols]] 
[[underlined]] Strongylogaster lineatus [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] in bracken : 1st seen 1926.

[[underlined]] Ichneumonidae [[/underlined]] & ?


All labelled
[[boxed]] Carlow District 2.6.26 [[/boxed]]

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2/6/26. A.A. Lisney took 1 [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] Euura atra [[/underlined]], [[checkmark]] R.C.L.P. at Shankill, Du.

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3/6/26. [[insertion]] a fine day with sun & cloud & chilly E. wind. [[/insertion]]
Head of Glenmalure, at Baramore Ford. &c. 
[[underlined]] Halictus freygessneri [[/underlined]] on moraine at Baramore Co. WI. [[checkmark]]
[[underlined]] Dolerus oblongus [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[female symbol]] (? in marsh [[insertion]] ^ S. [[/insertion]] of ford at Baramore).
" [[Ditto for: Dolerus]] [[underlined]] aeneus [[/underlined]] 3 [[2 male symbol]] 1 [[female symbol]] [[checkmark]] RCLP (? in marsh by road W. of Drumgoff).
[[underlined]] Selandria flavens [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[male symbol]] (? whose taken) var with basal antennal joints not yellow.
" [[Ditto for: Selandria]] [[underlined]] stramincipe [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[female symbol]] (? where taken)
" [[Ditto for: Selandria]] morio [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[female symbol]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. (? where taken)
" [[Ditto for: Selandria]] [[underlined]] serva [[/underlined]] [[strikethrough]] 3 [[/strikethrough]] [[2 female symbols]] -
[[underlined]] Strombocerus delicatulus [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[female symbol]] at outlet of "Kettle" in morcine.

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All labelled [[boxed]] [[Glenmalur?]] 3.6.26 [[/boxed]]
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[[underlined]] Cryptopimpla errabunda [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]] (overlooked till nov. 1932!)

3/6/26. Marsh by river W. of Greenan.
[[underlined]] [[Solandria revra?]] [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] R.C.L.P. [[2 female symbols]] abundant on only petals of [[underlined]] Glyceria [[/underlined]] (? [[underlined]] fluitans [[/underlined]]) in small pool.
Bee Hawkmoth seen!
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labelled [[boxed]] Glenmalur 3.6.26 [[boxed]]
[[boxed]] and "G" on back of label. [[/boxed]]
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Transcription Notes:
Checked species names, kept original spelling, anything I'm unsure of is in [[?]] -@siobhanleachman Not sure about [[Glenmalur?]] [[Solandria revra?]] This page appears blank on my computer. --- Next time that happens tweet @transcribeSI to tell them. Sometimes its the Smithsonian system that I think runs ALL the Smithsonian websites, alternatively I've also found it happen when my own internet provider turns crap.

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