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29th Sept. 1935 cont. Slade of Saggart, DU. cont.
[[underlined]] Collastes braconius [[/underlined]] 1 small [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] Meteorus filator [[/underlined]] 6 [[2 female symbols]] taken at one very sodden patch of cow dung; a [[male symbol]] seen to escape. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]]
[[underlined]] M. ictericus [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]]; var.

[[underlined]] Blacus ambulans [[/underlined]] ? a [[female symbol]] with short wings & fuscous-anulated hind femora & also a [[male symbol]], like [[underlined]] ruficornis [[/underlined]] but wings rather short: ? the same species: both have mucronate scutellum!
[[underlined]] B. trivialis [[/underlined]] ? 2 [[2 male symbols]] [[underlined]] B. ruficornis [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]]
[[underlined]] Opius [[strikethrough]] ochrogaster [[/strikethrough]] [[/underlined]] [[insertion]] - = [[underlined]] cingulatus! [[/underlined]] [[/insertion]] 1 [[female symbol]]. [[underlined]] O. sp. [[/underlined]] cf. [[underlined]] pallidipes [[/underlined]] var. 1 [[male symbol]] & [[female symbol]] black, 1 [[female symbol]] var.
[[underlined]] Adelura sylvia [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] [[insertion]] [[arrow pointing left]] Also a fine [[female symbol]], with 34-jointed antennae. [[/insertion]] [[underlined]] A. flaviventris [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]].
[[underlined]] Dacnusa lateralis [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] D. adducta [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] D. areolaris [[/underlined]] very abundant & almost all [[2 female symbols]].
[[underlined]] Gyrocampa affinis [[/underlined]] 1 very small [[female symbol]], with 21-jointed antennae.
[[underlined]] Aspilota minutissima mihi [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]] & 2 [[2 female symbols]]. [[underlined]] A. [[/underlined]] sp. cf. [[underlined]] radialis [[/underlined]] m. ? 2 [[2 male symbols]].
[[underlined]] A. [[/underlined]] sp. ? 2 [[2 female symbols]], with long antennae (23 & 24-jointed). [[underlined]] A. [[/underlined]] "sp. 4 = 5" ? 2 [[2 male symbols]]: 24 & 23-jointed antennae!}
[[underlined]] A. [[/underlined]] sp. ? 1 [[female symbol]], like those in [[?]] [[shore?]], but antennae thicker & terebra shorter: = cf [[underlined]] cratocera [[/underlined]] No. 2.
[[underlined]] A. [[/underlined]] sp. ? 1 [[female symbol]] large head, 19-jointed antennae, short terebra. [[underlined]] A. "sp 4 like 3" [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]]
[[underlined]] Praon volucre [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] Aphidius [[/underlined]] sp. 1 [[male symbol]].

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6th Oct. 1935. A fine day, the 4th in succession, after much broken weather, but spoiled by strong N.E. wind off the sea.
[[underlined]] Coast for 1 mile N. of Balbriggan, Co. DU. [[/underlined]] 10.30 till 2.0 PM.
All insects collected in lane or along sheltered side of field-hedges between railway & the sea, mostly along N. side of a field of turnips & mangles.
[[underlined]] Bombus agrorum [[/underlined]] 1 beautifully fresh [[female symbol]] on Red Clover flower.
[[underlined]] Halictus rubicundus [[/underlined]] a fresh [[female symbol]] on Dandelion along sheltered cliff path between ry station & life-boat house.
[[underlined]] Vespa vulgaris [[/underlined]] [[2 virgin female symbols]] seen.
Phaeogenid? 1 black [[male symbol]].   [[underlined]] Hemiteles areator [[/underlined]] group, 1 [[male symbol]] (carded)
Cryptids. 2 [[2 male symbols]], 1 [[female symbol]] (pinned).
[[underlined]] Cryptids [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]] (carded)
[[underlined]] Attractodes [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]] (carded)
[[underlined]] Lissonota sulphurifera [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]]. [[underlined]] Pimpla brevicornis [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[male symbol]] (carded)
[[underlined]] Stenomacrus (pallipes [[insertion]] No! [[/insertion]] ??) [[/underlined]] 1 [[male symbol]]
[[underlined]] Mesoleius (Lagarotis) debitor [[/underlined]] ? 5 [[2 male symbols]], taken along edge of field.

Transcription Notes:
"Mangles" = mangels, a kind of beet. -@mnathan

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