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4.7.35 cont. Dunkerron, SK. cont.
[[underlined]] Vespa sylvestris [[/underlined]] 1 [[virgin female symbol]] at [[underlined]] Scrophularia nodosa [[/underlined]] in garden.
[[underlined]] Odynerus parietinus [[/underlined]] [[2 female symbols]] in garden & round house.
[[underlined]] Crabro [[strikethrough]] styrius [[/strikethrough]] [[caffitosus?]] [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] in garden on loganberry  in AM. [[insertion]] Also 1 [[male symbol]] [[underlined]] C. cavifrons [[/underlined]] in garden. [[/insertion]]
[[underlined]] C. varius [[/underliend]] & [[underlined]] dimiditus [[/underlined]] [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]] very common in garden.
[[underlined]] Pemphredon shuckardi [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] in garden in AM.

[[underlined]] [[Melanichneumon pesseratator?]] 1 [[male symbol]] seen, & caterpillar of Cinnabar moth, on groundsel, in garden.
Cryptus? black [[male symbol]], red legs & white socks : cf. "[[underlined]] moschatus [[/underlined]] dark var" of A. Roman.
Cryptids 3 [[2 male symbols]], 1 [[female symbol]].

[[underlined]] Pimpla macutor [[/underlined]] 2 [[2 male symbols]] examined
[[underlined]] P. instigator [[/underlined]] 1 [[underlined]] very [[/underlined]] large [[female symbol]] seen, 1 very small [[female symbol]] taken, in garden in PM.

[[underlined]] Tryphon brachyacanthus [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] in garden, in PM.
Mesoleium ? small [[male symbol]] at rubbish heap under trees at end of front field in PM.

[[underlined]] [[Barsus tricinctus?]] [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] with last; in PM.
[[underlined]] Stenomacrus caudatus [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]] (carded) in A.M.
Campoplegids.  - Angitia? 1 in AM & 1 in PM.
[[underlined]] Thersilochus [[/underlined]] ? [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]] at [[underlined]] Stachys sylvatica [[/underlined]] near stream, in PM.

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4.7.35 cont. Dunkerron, SK cont.
[[underlined]] Bracon epitriptus [[/underlined]] ? [[female symbol]] & also 1 [[male symbol]] probably same sp. in A.M.
[ [[underlined]] Spathius exarator [[/underlined]] [[female symbol]] examined on table in verandah] 
[[underlined]] Meteorus atrator [[/underlined]] ? [[female symbol]] on privet in flower in lane in A.M.
[[underlined]] Microgaster [[/underlined]] [[male symbol]] in AM.
[[underlined]] Blacus [[/underlined]] 2

[[underlined]] Alysia incongrua [[/underlined]] ? [[female symbol]] on privet in flower in lane A.M.

[[underlined]] Dacnusa areolaris [[/underlined]] abundant everywhere.
[[underlined]] Aspilota [[insertion]] = [[underlined]] Synalids concolor [[/underlined]] [[/insertion]] ? [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]] in A.M. 1 [[male symbol]] in PM. = 

Aphidus 1 [[female symbol]] kept = [[underlined]] A avenae [[/underlined]] Hal.

Procto [almost wingless, but stumps of wings like drum-sticks : this taken on 3/7/35] A.W.S. 17.1.36
2 spp. on AM.

[[boxed]] A specimen ([[male symbol]]) of [[underlined]] Crabro podagricus [[/underlined]] taken on 4.7.35 at Dollymount, Co. Dublin, by E. O'Mahony, flying around an old stump! A.W.S. [[/boxed]]

Red Admiral butterfly seen in garden (green-house).

Transcription Notes:
Have reviewed and added in the correction below. Anything in [[?]] I'm unsure of. -@siobhanleachman Portion skipped, should be as follows: Pemphredon shuckardi [[underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] in garden in AM. Melanistic presentation 1 [[male symbol]] seen, & caterpillar of Cinnabar....... :Thanks for the catch! Have corrected. Appreciate the review. -@siobhanleachman

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