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Stockton Cutting

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Map of Stockton Cutting

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County : England(Warwickshire)
Gridref : SP43806490
Year established : 1998
Number of sections : 8
Altitude (m) : 101
Length (m) : 850
Width (m) : 5
Broad habitat : Bare ground/weed communities of post industrial sites e.g. quarries/pits/road/rail/landfill sites
The following species have been recorded on this site:
SpeciesStatusColonised / ExtinctMean Count 
Small Skipper? 8.17 more
Large Skipper? 26.74 more
Dingy Skipper? 4.83 more
Grizzled Skipper? 6.52 more
Brimstone? 66.22 more
Large White? 47.46 more
Small White? 36.44 more
Green-veined White? 103.86 more
Orange-tip? 9.92 more
Green HairstreakStable 5.52 more
White-letter Hairstreak? 0.26 more
Small Copper? 2 more
Brown Argus? 0.59 more
Common Blue? 40.05 more
Holly Blue? 11.19 more
White Admiral? 0.41 more
Red Admiral? 4.97 more
Painted Lady? 14 more
Small Tortoiseshell? 4.91 more
Peacock? 42.17 more
Comma? 12.58 more
Speckled Wood? 86.31 more
Wall? 8 more
Marbled White? 23.81 more
Gatekeeper? 74.66 more
Meadow Brown? 419.06 more
Small Heath? 1.45 more
Ringlet? 85.96 more

This table shows the species that have been recorded on this site. Where sufficient data is available, trends in abundance are assessed and colonisation/extinction events are identified. Click on 'more' to see a plot of abundance through time for each species. See green question mark above for more details.

The UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme is organized and funded by Butterfly Conservation (BC), the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH), the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC). The UKBMS is indebted to all volunteers who contribute data to the scheme.