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White-letter Hairstreak: Counts for the year 2010

 
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St Catherines Wood Site 3NI............. 1............
Pamphill Moors (Nt)1................ 1.........
Alners Gorse6........... 4 1 1........
Crab Wood1............. 1.........
Hatch Hill9........... 3. 3 1.......
Dunball-Puriton Access Land1.............. 1........
Down Grange Meadow, Kempshott1............ 1......
Crabtree6......... 1. 1 3......
Pickett Wood1................ 1......
Howell Hill1.............. 1........
Hounslow Heath5......... 2 2.......
Cranford Park South1........ 1.....
Homefield Wood9.............. 6. 2.......
Horsenden Hill - East6........... 3 4...........
Horsendon Hill - West6......... 3 1. 2.........
Benfleet Downs50......... 22 11 11. 5 1....
Great Warley1.......... 1........
Sands Bank2.............. 1. 1.......
Woodford Golf CourseNI............. 1.. 1..
Brush Hill, Princes Risborough7........... 1. 2.. 1 2....
Marshalls Heath1.......... 1........
Haugh Wood SouthNI............ 1...
Brotheridge Green1............... 1.........
Tiddesley Wood1............ 1..........
Potton Wood3............ 1 1. 1.........
Knapp & PapermillNI............. 12 4. 1........
Oversley WoodNI.. 1.. 1....
Hardwick Wood4............ 1 1 2......
Brampton Wood1............ 1.........
Dunwich Forest 13........ 3....
Ryton Wood North7........... 1 3 2 1 1.........
Monks Wood1.............. 1.........
Hartshill HayesNI.... 1...
Barnack Hills & HolesNI................ 2....
Aston Brickyard Plantation1........ 1............
Greenfield Valley Nature Reserve12............ 2 5 2 2...
Sun Lane Nature Reserve2............ 2.......
Trowbarrow Quarry - New (2010)7........... 1 2 2.......
Yealand Hall AllotmentNI............ 1 1.....
Hutton Roof Common1......... 1.....
Beetham FellNI.......... 1.....

 


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