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White-letter Hairstreak: Counts for the year 2014

 
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SiteInd
Alners Gorse6........... 2 1. 1. 1......
Stubhampton Bottom (Private)1................ 1.......
Old Winchester HillNI.............. 1.......
Hatch Hill5...... 2 2.......
Homefield Wood1............... 1.........
Horsenden Hill - East1............ 1...........
Horsendon Hill - West4......... 3.. 1...........
Benfleet Downs35.......... 1 7 11 17 2...........
Langdon Hillcrest8.......... 1 3 2 2.........
Great Warley1............ 1........
Broxbourne Wood1............... 1.........
Miserden (Bull Banks)1............... 1.......
Rough Bank2................ 2.........
Patmore Heath2............ 2 1..........
Ramsey & Hintlesham WoodNI......... 2...
Knapp & Papermill4............. 2 2...........
Devil'S Dyke, Near Newmarket2........... 2..........
Dunwich Forest 21................ 1........
Ryton Wood North3.......... 1 1 1..........
Woodwalton Farm1........... 1........
Clemcroft, Nr Hazler Hill1............... 1..........
Hartshorne Wood5............ 5............
Tedsmere3............. 1. 1....
Aston Brickyard Plantation5............. 2... 2........
Sturgess Fields, Derby1.......... 1...........
Allestree Park Lnr1............... 1..........
Pleasley Pit Lnr2............. 2...........
Northwood Carr3............. 1 2.........
Snakeholme Pit1................ 1....
Greenfield Valley Nature Reserve5......... 2 1. 2.......
Sun Lane Nature Reserve2............. 1... 1.......
Yealand Hall Allotment5............. 2 1 2.........
Silpho Quarry1....... 1......
Wynyard Woodland Park - Pickard'S Meadow1.......... 1........

 


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