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Middle Street Meadow, Salisbury

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Map of Middle Street Meadow, Salisbury

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County : England(Wiltshire)
Gridref : SU22502570
Year established : 1994
Number of sections : 10
Altitude (m) : 126
Length (m) : 1350
Width (m) : 10
Broad habitat : Seasonally wet and wet marshy grasslands
The following species have been recorded on this site:
SpeciesStatusColonised / ExtinctMean Count 
Small SkipperIncreasing 8.38 more
Large SkipperIncreasing 6.98 more
Clouded Yellow? 0.35 more
BrimstoneIncreasing 4.58 more
Large WhiteDeclining 11.39 more
Small WhiteStable 67.63 more
Green-veined WhiteIncreasing 3.02 more
Orange-tipIncreasing 8.73 more
Small CopperStable 2.14 more
Common BlueIncreasing 20.52 more
Holly BlueStable 1.37 more
Red AdmiralStable 6.86 more
Painted LadyStable 0.82 more
Small TortoiseshellStable 138.53 more
PeacockStable 9.25 more
CommaIncreasing 2.89 more
Speckled WoodIncreasing 1.86 more
Marbled WhiteIncreasing 13.05 more
Grayling? 0.71 more
GatekeeperIncreasing 10.37 more
Meadow BrownStable 259.91 more
Small Heath? 0.11 more
RingletIncreasing 75.40 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.