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(1 1949. 21 Sept 1949. A dull day with lowering clouds (? Lancashire smoke!) & very strong easterly wind. In afternoon drove to Glenasmole, where good shelter; left car at middle lodge & walked up east side of upper reservoir & back by west side at 5 P.M. Collected by sweeping in three areas, as follows:- 1 = by path from lodge to W. end of upper dam. 2 = by path along east side of upper reservoir from dam to near St. Anne's Church, including several damp spots where springs come out. 3 = dry bed of upper reservoir where inlet streams meet & under about 2 to four feet of water in winter. Glenasmole, Co. DU. Taken at 1. [6 mtd from 1 & these labelled on 13.12.49.] Stilpnus gagates? ♂︎: not mtd. Cremnodes atricapillus ♀︎, ant. 17, small ex. Promethes cognatus ♂︎: not mtd. Stenomacrus ventralis 1♂︎, 1♀︎; the ♂︎ very pale! ♂︎ only mtd. ant. 24 Plectiscus sp. ♂︎, ant. 20. Colastes braconius 2♀︎♀︎: not mtd. Blacus paganus 1♀︎, ant. 17. Aspilota (Synaldis) sp. ♂︎, ant. 23. Dacnusa laevipectus 3♀︎♀︎; D. maculipes 1♂︎; D. elegantula 1♂︎. None mtd. Praon sp. ♀︎, dark antennae, 18-seg. Proctos 10: none mtd. Chalcid 1: not mtd. Cynipid 1 (testaceous)
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