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27/6/26. A dull warm day : practically no sun.
Sandhills south of asylum at Portrane, Co. Du.
(Worked large hollows between sea & flat-topped house).
[[underlined]] Colletes picistigma [[/underlined]] 1 fresh [[male symbol]] on Leontodon.
[[underlined]] Bombus lapidarius [[/underlined] [[virgin female symbol]] seen.
[[underlined]] Tachyspex pectinipes [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] common.
[[underlined]] Astata stigma [[/underlined]] 2 [[2 female symbols]] with last. [[underlined]] NEW TO IRELAND. [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Pompilus gibbus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]].
" [[Ditto for: Pompilus]] [[underlined]] rufipes [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]]
" [[Ditto for: Pompilus]] [[underlined]] plumbeus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]]
[[underlined]] Crabro wesmaeli [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]].
" [[Ditto for: Crabro]] [? [[underlined]] peltarius [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] seen at burrow].
[[underlined]] Bethylus fuscicornis [[/underlined]], [[checkmark]] A.W.S., 1 very small [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] Pemphredon lethifer [[/underlined]] 1 small [[female symbol]] not seconded!
[[underlined]] Dolerus picipes [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP. 1 [[female symbol]] on beat grain.
[[underlined]] Ichuenomidae [[/underlined]] &c 
[[underlined]] Chelorus [[/underlined]] sp.
Protichneumon sp.
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R.A.P.  NG & SG see p. 66. from 1926

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[[underlined]] July ARKLOW TRIP 1926. [[/underlined]]

1/7/26. A glorious day!
Sandhills at Magherabeg, Co. WI. AWS.
[[underlined]] Pompilus plumbeus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbol]] & [[2 female symbols]] very abundant. Watched [[female symbol]] kill spider & bury it near same spot, having dug hole 3/4 inch deep, dragged spider in & covered it up.

[[underlined]] P. gibbus [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]], others seen.
[[underlined]] Ceropalus maculatus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] very abundant.
[[underlined]] Tachyshex pectinipes [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]], others seen.
[[underlined]] Ammophila lutaria [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]], others seen on both sides of river. [[male symbols]], small, taken on [[underlined]] Oenanthe crocata [[/underlined]] flowers by small stream N. of river.
[[underlined]] Crabro vagus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] at willow log at foot of lane
[[underlined]] C. peltarius [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] on Alders & sycamore in dunes, [[2 male symbols]] carrying in "white flies" "[[underlined]] Thereva [[/underlined]]" so common in dunes.
[[underlined]] P. weamaeli [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] very abundant.
[[underlined]] Odynerus [[/underlined]] sinuatus, large [[female symbol]] at stump in lane.
[[underlined]] Andrena sericea [[/underlined]], [[2 female symbols]], worn, in dunes.
" [[Ditto for: Andrena]] [[underlined]] fucata [[/underlined]], a worn [[male symbol]] on bracken by stream.
" [[Ditto for: Andrena]] [[underlined]] saundersella [[/underlined]], a small [[female symbol]] in dunes.
[[underlined]] Halictus smeathmanellus [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] on Dandelion on cliff N. of river
[[underlined]] Allantus [[insertion]] ^ (Emphytus ) [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] calceatus [[/strikethrough]] cinctus [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] [[male symbol]] [[underlined]] Lissonota maculata [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] at willow at ft. of lane.
[[underlined]] Perithonus mediator [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] at Willow. Ichneumon [[male symbol]] at willow.
[[underlined]] Triphonid [[/underlined]] sp. [[underlined]] [[Therapha hyarcyani?]] [[/underlined]] - [[ajalin?]] & other [[Inj?]] common on Emph. portlandia.
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