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Steep hillside, SE. of Ballinadash bridge, Co WI.
[[underline]] Andrena wilkella [[/underline]] [[2 male symbols]].
[[underline]] Halictus rubicundus [[/underline]] [[2 female symbols]].
" [[Ditto for: Halictus]] [[underline]] villosulus [[/underline]] [[female symbol]].
" [[Ditto for: Halictus]] [[underline]] calceatus [[/underline]] [[2 female symbols]]. 
[[underline]] Nomada hillana [[/underline]] [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]].
" [[Ditto for: Nomada]] flavoguttata [[female symbol]].

Ichneumondae &c.
[[underlined]] Pimpla detrita [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] ? [[underlined]] P. brevicornis [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] ?

3/6/26. Marsh near sulphur mines, Avoca, Co WI.
No sawflies seen or swept, except Selandria serva ? &

Mesoleptus Common amongst rushes!

R.A.P. New Ross, Wx 3/6/1926 Seep. 66.

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4/6/26. Marshy field between [[insertion]] NW of Ballyraine ! [[/insertion]] road & railway, 1 mile W. of Arklow (as before) = [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] & river bank & scrub between ry. & river at same place = [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]].
A warm sunny day, with S. wind which drove me to seek shelter here : very good ground!
Pemphredon shuckardi [[2 male symbols]] at 2. [[checkmark]]
[[underlined]] Crabro leucostoma [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] at 2.
[[underlined]] Nysson spinosus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] at 2 [[checkmark]]
[[underlined]] Vespa rufa & vulgaris [[/underlined]] [[2 female symbols]].
[[underlined]] Andrena fucata [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]].
Tenthredella mesomelas [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/ insertion]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] at [[insertion]] [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] [[/insertion]] 2.  [[underlined]] T. livida [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] R.C.L.P [[/insertion]] [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]] & 1 of "var. nov." [[underlined]] at 2. [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Tenthredo arcuata [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]]. [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] [[underlined]] Selandriva serva [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]] 2 [[2 female symbols]] at 1.
[[underlined]] Tenthredopsis [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]]. [[circled]] 2. [[/circled]]
[[underlined]] Emphytus calceatus [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]] 1 [[female symbol]] at 1. [[underlined]] Ametastegia equiseti [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]] 2 [[male symbol]] at 1. 
Dolerus palustris [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]] [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]] at 1. [[underlined]] Loderus vestigialis [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]], 2 typical [[2 male symbols]] at 1.
" [[Ditto for: Dolerus]] [[underlined]] nigratus [[/underlined]] [[male symbol]] [[checkmark]] RCLP.
[[underlined]] Tomostethus luteiventris [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP [[/insertion]] 3 [[2 female symbols]] at 1. [[underlined]] Nematus fuscipennis [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. [[/insertion]] [[2 male symbols]] on alders at 1.
Braconid: curious [[female symbol]] with rounded head, at stump, W. of road near [[strikethrough]] Glenart [[/strikethrough]] Ballyraine! This subsequently turned out to be [[underlined]] Histeromerus mystacinus [[/underlined]] Wesm.! See Marshall vol. p. 74! Verified by G. T. Lyle!
[[underlined]] Lissonata maculata [[/underlined]] 1 [[strikethrough]] [[female symbol]] [[/strikethrough]] [[checkmark]], [[female symbol]] at same stump! at Ballyraine many spp of ichneumonidae & Pimpla turionellae [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]], P. brevicornis [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] P. habermehli [[/underlined]] (= robusta Morley) [[female symbol]] ? Shizophyga atra [[male symbol]]? Glypta coratites 2 [[2 male symbols]] & [[female symbol]]?

Braconid: [[underlined]] Aenone hians [[/underlined]] 2 exx [see also 13/6/26]

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