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Green Hairstreak: Counts for the year 1989

 
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SiteInd
Luckett Wood1.......... 1.............
Coombe Bottom & St Boniface Down (Ventnor)7... 1.. 1 2 1.. 2.......
Studland Heath11.... 2 1 4 3 1................
Swanage11... 1 1 1 4 2 1 1..........
Mottistone Down2...... 1 1.................
Hengistbury HeadNI.... 2 2...........
Powerstock North (Dtnc)1..... 1..................
Lullington Heath4.... 1 2. 1.............
West Moors (Raoc)2...... 1 1.............
Wendleholme6. 3 1 2.................
Kingley Vale5... 1 2. 1 1..............
Fontmell Down5... 1 2 2..............
Fontmell Down (New)5... 1 2 2..............
Martin Down NorthNI.. 2...............
Old Winchester Hill8.... 2 2 4.............
Beacon Hill9... 2 2. 1 2.............
Leckford-J2. 1..
Folkestone EscarpmentNI 1 7 2...........
Lydden3.. 1. 1............
Wye & Crundale Down15... 4 8 3..................
Upton Cow Down (Mod)6.. 1. 1.............
White Down1.... 1..............
Denbies Hillside4.... 1 3...............
Hartmoor, Devizes1.. 1.................
Gomm Valley1........ 1............
Aston Rowant (N)12... 1 10 1.................
Aston Rowant (S)6... 3. 3.................
Oakley Woods1...... 1..............
Totternhoe KnollsNI 1
Weeting Heath1..... 1..............
Ynys Hir2. 1.. 1...................
Saltfleetby2.... 1 1...............
Warton Crag Lnr53. 1 9 20 10 7 3. 3...........
RoudseaNI.. 6 5.................
Tentsmuir Point22 1 5 7 6 1................
Arienas Wood5..... 3 2........
Ariundle3.. 2...............
Loch Garten5... 3................

 


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