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9. 16.8 44, cont. Glenasmole, Co. DU. Taken at 4. [14 mounted from 4 & these labelled on 16.12.1947!] Cryptinids 4, none mtd. Homocidus nigritarsis 2♂︎♂︎: not mtd Promethes pulchellus & laticarpus 1♂︎ of each. None mtd. Mesochorus sp. ♂︎ & ♀︎, very small sp., ant. 24 & 25 resp. Xenarcha lustrator ♂︎, ant. 33. Meteorus abdominator 2♂︎♂︎, ant. 27 & 30. Diospilus oleraceus 2♂︎♂︎: not mtd. Opius caesus 3: not mtd. O. cf. paganus m. ♂︎, just disclosed, wings soft, ant. 22. O. (Biosteres) wesmaeli ♂︎, ant. 40. Pentapleura angustula ♂︎. P. pumilio 2♀︎♀︎. Aspilota 1♂︎, 1♀︎ = A. nigresens ♂︎, ant. 22 & A. (Synaldis) rudenticornis? ♀︎, ant. 19. Dacnusa areolaris group 12 (♂︎♂︎ & ♀︎♀︎): none mtd. D. affinis 1♀︎ & D. diremta 1♂︎, ant. of latter 31, former not mounted. D. cf. elegantula 1 very large ♂︎, ant. 33; legs dark-streaked; tergite 1 rather thinly haired! D. evadne ♀︎, ant. 31. Aphidius ♂︎ not mtd. Proctos 3: 1 mtd. = Chalcids 5: 1 mtd. = Halticoptera Cynipids 2: not mtd. 10. Note on Swifts. 12th August 44. At ca. 8:30 P.M. Daisy saw 3 swifts over back garden & one went into hole under large board of back return of No. 10. Clareville Rd.: 8 others seen flying very high up at same time. 13th. Four Swifts seen over back garden about 8:30 & after 9 P.M. two went into hole in No. 10. 14th. Five Swifts seen about 8:30 & one went into hole after 9 P.M. 15th. Not observed! 16th. Five appeared at 8:35 & one young went into hole at 9.15 P.M. just as others were becoming invisible in dark.
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