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9.6.34 cont.  Liffey Head, Co. WI. cont.
[[underlined]] Nepiera concinna [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] - common, in pools and at heather
Another sp. Campoplegid [[female symbol]] taken in sedge marsh, [[insertion]] ^ 1 mile [[/insertion]] & S. of Bridge.
[[underlined]] Glypta parvicaudata [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] abundant, mainly in pools; a few [[2 female symbols]].
[[underlined]] Cryptopimpla anomala  [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] Pimpla "turionellae"
 [[/underlined]] ? 1 large, & 2 small. [[2 male symbols]].
[[line pointing to "Another sp. at beginning of page]] Agrypoa  1 [[male symbol]]
[[underlined]] Stenomacrus [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]]
[[underlined]] Oncophanes lanceolata [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] ^ (?) [[/insertion]] 2 [[insertion]] ^ [[2 male symbols]] [[/insertion]] swept amongst rushes above bridge.
[[underlined]] Meteorus [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] { [[underlined]] Ap. vitripennis [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] Apanteles [[/underlined]] 3 sp. swept { [[underlined]] Ap. tetricus [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] Dacnusa areolaris [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] taken. { [[underlined]] Ap. fraternus [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]]
Procto. small black, swept.

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Garden, 14 Clareville Rd.,  Harold's Cross, DU.
Nearly all holes in clothes-line post occupied at 7:30 PM.  more made and one belated [[male symbol]] [[underlined]] Crabro varius [[/underlined]] run into small hole.  The only 1/4 hole occupied by a [[male symbol]]
 [[underlined]] Megachile centuncularis [[/underlined]]: more similar & longer holes made & another [[male symbol]] of same sp. found sleeping on [[underlined]] Ran. acris [[/underlined]] flower run into one of them.

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10th June 1934.  A perfect day : all sunny & too hot for many insects about mid-day.
Drove, with C.W. Allen, to Cross Keys sandpit, near Batterjohn Big, Co. Meath, where collected for an hour; then in to ry. bridge over R. Boyne, 1 mile below Trim, Co. ME., where stayed till 2-30; then on to scrub on old bog road near Ballyhealy (W. of Ballinor) Co. WH., where collected til 6.30.  
Sandpit at Cross Keys, Co ME. 11.0 till 12.0 noon
[[underlined]] Bombus lucorum, derhamellus, agrorum [[underlined]] & [[underlined]] muscorum [[/underlined]][[2 female symbols]]
[[underlined]] Andrena sericea , fucata, [[strikethrough]] nigroaenea [[/strikethrough]] jacobi [[/underlined]] & [[underlined]] subspaea [[/underline]] seen.
[[underlined]] Halictus rubicundus [[/underlined]] [[2 female symbols]].
[[underlined]] Nomada marshamella, goodeniana, hillana [[/underlined]].
[[underlined]] Sphecodes divisus, affinis [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Crabro palmipes [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]]
[[underlined]] Salius fuscus [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]].
Various common sawflies as last year!
Also 1 small black sp. 1 [[male symbol]], = [[underlined]] Priophorus padi [[/underlined]] [[checkmark]] RCLP.
[[underlined]] Exochus citripes [[/underlined]] ? [[2 male symbols]] - abundant at bushes.
Campoplegid  - 1 [[female symbol]].

Transcription Notes:
Throughout pages 58 and 59, male(s) and female(s) of species indicated by symbols. Occasional symbol for the word "and" utilized. (@siobhanleachman) - Reviewed. Made corrections, confirmed species, and made edits to markup for consistency with previous pages in this & other Stelfox projects.

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