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White-letter Hairstreak: Counts for the year 2011

 
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Primley Wood And MeadowNI......... 1....
Alners Gorse9...... 9............
Swanwick Nr1........ 1........
Westfield Monument Strip1............. 1........
Stockbridge DownNI.......... 2...
CrabtreeNI........... 1..
Lords Wood10........... 4 2 1...
Mitcham Common B1............ 1..........
Mitcham Common A1......... 1............
Avon Gorge 3NI...... 1 1 1...
Leigh WoodsNI...... 1 1 1...
Homefield Wood2................ 2.........
Perivale Wood1........... 1...........
Horsenden Hill - East1............ 1...........
Horsendon Hill - West2......... 1.. 1............
Benfleet Downs72.......... 7 20 39 3 2..........
Carmel College Marsh5........ 2 1 1.........
Great WarleyNI.......... 1...........
Rushmoor Garden To Landshipping Quay1............. 1........
College LakeNI........ 1....
Templewood (New)1........... 1..........
Ware Park1............. 1............
Lord'S WoodNI....................
Lineover Wood1.............. 1...........
Grendon & Doddershall Woods2.......... 2.............
Patmore Heath2............. 1........
Haugh Wood SouthNI........ 1..
Therfield Heath, Base Of Church Hill (4)1........... 1............
Tiddesley Wood1................. 1.......
Granta ParkNI............ 1 1.......
Knapp & PapermillNI........... 2 4 2 1 2 5........
Hardwick Wood1............ 1..........
Bradfield Woods2........ 1 1..............
Hampton WoodNI........ 3. 1.....
Dunwich Forest 22............... 2.........
Dunwich Forest 1NI........................
Ryton Wood North4............ 1 1.. 1 1........
Ryton Wood North Ph Walk3...... 3..
Aston Brickyard PlantationNI........... 1..........
Gibralter Point4............. 2 1 1........
Jack Scout Nt1............ 1...........
Eaves Wood Nt1.............. 1..........
Yealand Hall AllotmentNI......... 2 3 2 3 1....

 


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