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8.)

24.9.49, cont.  Woodend, between Blessington & Ballyward, WI. 

Collected by sweeping grass under trees & in lea of hedge & on dry shore of reservoir; & along two water courses near Woodend Bridge

[44 mtd. & these labelled 13.11.49!] 35 labels

Dicaelotus pumilio? ant. 22.
Cryptinids  14: 2 mtd. = Hemiteles sp. 2♀︎♀︎, ant. both 20.
Pimpla sp.  ♂︎, blackish legs very small!  Ant. 18.
Stenomacrus ventralis  1♂︎, 1♀︎: not mtd.
St. ridibundus?  ♀︎, ant. 23.
St. palllipes?  ♂︎, ant. 22.
Homocidus signatus  ♀︎, ant. 21.
Mesochorus sp.  ♀︎, ant. 32.
Thersilochid  ♀︎ ant. 17 = 
Cymodusa leucocera  ♀︎, ant. 31. 
Meteorus filator  3♀︎♀︎.
M. leviventris  2♀︎♀︎;  ant. 26.
Blacus ruficornis  ♀︎.
B. humilis group  ♀︎, ant. 17.
Leiophron subsulcator Th.  ♀︎, ant. 25.
Macrocentrus n. sp. Lyle  ♂︎, ant. 36.
Diospilus oleraceus  2♂︎♂︎: not mtd.
Opius caesus  1 & O. irregularis  ♂︎ & ♀︎.  ♀︎ irregularis only mounted.  Ant. 24.
Pentapleura pumilio  ♂︎ & ♀︎: not mtd.
P. agusutula  ♂︎: not mtd.


9.)

24.9.49, cont.  Woodend, WI., cont.

Phaenocarpa conspurcator  2♂︎♂︎, 3♀︎♀︎: none mtd.
Ph. livida  ♀︎, not mtd.
Ph. cf. nitida Thoms.?  ♂︎, very long antennae,, 40-seg. acutely tridentate mandible;  short 2nd cubital areolet, &c.  Correct! (- trisulcata AWS).
Aspilota spp. 4 = A. rubripes  1 minute ♂︎, ant. 16;  small wings.
A. surcularia  ♀︎, ant. 17;  & possibly 1♂︎, ant. 20.
A. (Synaldis) sp.  ♂︎, ant. 23.
Dacnusa areolaris, laevipectus, longiradialis  15 exx.  None mtd.
D. diremta  ♀︎, not mtd.
D. aphanta  1♂︎, ant. 26;  stigma very thick at apex!
D. (Gyrocampa) affinis  ♂︎, ♀︎:  the ♀︎ mtd., ant. 22.
D. (G.) uliginosa √  13 (♂︎♂︎ & ♀︎♀︎):  all mtd.;  ant. 27-28 (♂︎♂︎);  22-25 (♀︎♀︎).
D. nigriscaposa √  1♂︎, ant. 27.
Chaenusa conjungens  1♂︎, 1♀︎: not mtd.
Ephedrus plagiator?  ♀︎, very small, tergite 1 reddish, & very like minor, but ant. filiform & 10th 41st segs; not connate!
Aphidius spp.  2♂︎♂︎, 1♀︎: none mtd.
Proctos in extraordinary abundance, about 50 in sucker.  4 mtd. = 
Chalcids  2: none mtd.
Cynipids  2:  1 mtd. & has "cloud" in wings = 
Dipteron  1 = 


In Autumn 1949, E.S.A. Baynes passed on to me 2 Paniscus & 5 Ophion bred by late Mr. A. Rashleigh an Englishman recently settled in Killiney, Co. Dublin, but I have no note of their host or exact locality.  A.W.S. 1961.  The species may be
Paniscus cf. testaceus  1 small ♂︎ & 1 large ♀︎.
Ophion cf. scutellatus  2♀︎♀︎.
Oph. sp.?  3♂︎♂︎.

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