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2.7.35 aft. cont. Dunkerron Castle, SK. cont.
[[underlined]] Aphidius [[/underlined]] spp. common : most looked like A [[underline]] avenae [[/underlined]] & none kept.
Biosteres carbonarius 1 [[male symbol]], at pile of cabbage stalks.
[[underlined]] Phaenocarpa picinervis [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]]. [[checkmark]]"
 " " [[dittos for: at pile of cabbage stalks]]
[[underlined]] Meteorus ictericus [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]], with almost interstitial recurrent nerve.
[[underlined]] Collastes braconius [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]] under birch leaf. [[underlined]] Meteorus [[/underlined]] sp.[[female symbol]]
Atractodes (or Exolytus?) 3 examples :[[strikethrough]] not possible [[/strikethrough]]
Hemiteles ? 1 [[male symbol]].
Cryptid - red [[female symbol]] (carded) Also 1 [[male symbol]] pinned.
[[underlined]] Mesoleius [[/underlined]] 2 spp. (3 exx?) amongst nettles where dead cabbage stalks are piled, under trees.
Perilissus lutescens ? 1 [[male symbol]].
[[underlined]] Mesochorus [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]], with [[underlined]] Mesoleius [[/underlined]] : stung my finger fiercely!

[[underlined]] Stenomacrus [[/underlined]] cf [[underlined]] pallipes [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]] (carded)

[In house: [[underlined]] Spathius exarator [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]], on dining table drinking drop of water]

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3rd July 1935. Strong SW. wind with almost continuous "fog" all day, the "fog" sometimes lightening & showing the sun & sometimes thickening into very wet drizzle.
Did not go out in the morning, but spent afternoon 2.30 till 6.0 PM looking for dry spots to sweep in lee of trees & picking insects off underside of leaves of trees with sucker. Most insects taken in old lane to fields near the stables.
[[underlined]] Dunkerron Castle grounds [[/underlined]],  Co. SK.
[No [[underlined]] Bombus [[/underlined]] seen]
[[underlined]] Vespa vulgaris [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] seen. [[underlined]] V. rufa [[/underlined]] seen. [[underlined]] V. austriaca [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] taken.
[[underlined]] V. norvegica [[/underlined]] 1 [[virgin female symbol]] at silver fir.
[[underlined]] Crabro varius [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] by lane. [[underlined]] C. dimidiatus [[/underlined]] several [[2 male symbols]] by stream.
[[underlined]] Antaeon [[/underlined]] sp. 1 [[male symbol]] swept in lane.
[[underlined]] Nomada hillana [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] Tenthedella atra [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] 
[[underlined]] Athalia [[/underlined]] sp. ? 1 [[female symbol]] seen [[underlined]] on a cabbage [[/underlined]] in field : missed.

[[underlined]] Aphidius [[/underlined]] spp. many swept : none kept.
[[underlined]] Aspilota [[/underlined]] spp. several = [[underlined]] A. jaculans [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]] & A. "sp. 4 = 5" [[insertion]] = [[underlined]] vulgaris [[/underlined]] [[Winter?]] A.W.S. 1939. [[/insertion]] ?? 1 [[male symbol]], 1 [[female symbol]].

[[underlined]] Orthostegina [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]]

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