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[[circled]] 19.10.36 see below [[/circled]]

20th Oct. 1935. A cold day, with bright sun & strong N-NE wind; after several gales & heavy rain.
[[underlined]] Phoenix Park [[/underlined]], Co. DU. 11 till 12.30 A.M. [In museum in aft.]
A few insects taken by sweeping, &c., along western boundary of Park, beyond the Furry Glen, where one [[male symbol]] [[underlined]] Angitia [[/underlined]] (?) taken.
[[arrow pointing from "Phoenix Park" above]] All labelled Furry Glen Co. DU. AWS. 20.10.35.
[[underlined]] Vespa vulgaris [[/underlined]] [[2 virgin female symbols]] very abundant at ivy: amazing to see any left after such severe weather & on such a cold morning.
[[underlined]] Hemiteles [[/underlined]] sp. small. 1 [[female symbol]]. [[underlined]] H. sp. larger [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]].
Angitia ? 1 black [[male symbol]]. [[underlined]] Pimpla depositor [[/underlined]] Först.
Colastes braconius 1 [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] Apanteles bicolor [[/underlined]] ?? 1 [[female symbol]]. [[underlined]] Ap. ? lateralis or callidus [[/underlined]] } 1 [[male symbol]].
[[underlined]] Blacus humilis [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] B. [[/underlined]] paganus ?? 1 [[male symbol]] rather small.
[[underlined]] Phaenocarpa conspurcator [[/underlined]] 3 small [[2 female symbols]]
[[underlined]] Aspilota nigrescens [[/underlined]] mihi 1 [[male symbol]].

[[underlined]] Dacnusa abdita [[/underlined]] a very fine [[female symbol]] [[insertion]] [[checkmark]] Nixon agrees! 13.1.37 [[/insertion]] swept off nettles &c near rubbish heap.
[[underlined]] Proctos. [[/underlined]] 2

Chalcids 4

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19th Oct. 1935. A [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] Blacus humilis [[/underlined]] ? taken on kitchen window by George, 14 Clareville Rd., Harold's Cross, Dublin

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23rd Oct. 1935. Mild, but heavy rain squall & thin drip most of afternoon; after more heavy rain & gale.
[[underlined]] Slade of Saggart [[/underlined]], Co. DU. 2.0 till 4.30 P.M.
All insects taken with sucker from under sides of leaves of laurel, elm, oak &c. The only hymenoptera seen flying was the [[male symbol]] [[underlined]] Stenomacrus ventralis [[/underlined]] ?

[[underlined]] Stilpnus gagates [[/underlined]] ? [[2 male symbols]] & [[2 female symbols]], frequent.
[[underlined]] Orthocentrus protuberans [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]], small.
[[underlined]] Stemoacrus ventralis [[/underlined]] 3 [[2 male symbols]] on one card: common.
[[underlined]] Diaparsus [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] Colastes braconius [[/underlined]] 2 [[2 female symbols]].
[[underlined]] Meteorus scutellator [[/underlined]] ? 1 [[female symbol]], but terebra longer than described!
[[underlined]] Alysia manducator [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]], small.
[[underlined]] Aspilota [[/underlined]] "sp. 4 = 3" ? 1 [[female symbol]].
[[underlined]] A. "sp. 4 = 5" [[/underlined]] ? 2 [[2 male symbols]].

Proctos. 3 =

[[underlined]] Chalcid [[/underlined]] 1 [[female symbol]], longish terebra.

[24th Oct. '35. A [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] Blacus humilis [[/underlined]] ?, very small, taken on my window in Museum, Dublin.]
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