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Dingy Skipper: Counts for the year 1988

 
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SiteInd
Powerstock North (Dtnc)14... 2 3 2.........
Lullington Heath2...... 1.............
West Moors (Raoc)7.. 2 3.............
Castle Hill41.... 3 17 13 7 1................
Kingley Vale24.... 6 11 6 1................
Sovell Down (Dtnc)NI................
Fontmell Down (New)37.... 2 13 9 3 2. 1..........
Martin Down31..... 6 14 1. 2.............
Martin Down North28... 27 6 1...........
Martin Down Kitts Grave28...... 4 3 9 2 1...........
Old Winchester Hill48.... 1 21 10 14. 1 1...........
Beacon Hill21..... 4 6 5 4.............
Ampfield Wood3..... 1 1..............
Folkestone EscarpmentNI. 6. 1 2 1.........
Wye & Crundale Down17.... 3 11 3..............
Hackhurst Down632..... 608 12 8.............
Upton Cow Down (Mod)3.. 1...........
White Down6... 1 1 4.............
Denbies Hillside27..... 8 12 5.............
Pickett Wood6...... 2. 2 1 1..............
Banstead Downs1........ 1...............
Pewsey Down31.... 6. 10 8 2 3 3 2..........
Bowdown (Baynes/Bomb Site)NI..... 1 4........
Somerford Common (Old)2....... 1..............
Gomm Valley20... 1 6 2 8 2 1............
Aston Rowant (S)NI... 9............
Miserden (Bull Banks)7...... 6 1............
Totternhoe KnollsNI 1
Bredon Hill7... 3 3 1.........
Monk Wood 11........ 1...............
Wyre Forest1......... 1................
Weeting Heath3....... 2. 1............
Newborough Warren68..... 8 22 11 17 7 4.............
Derbyshire DalesNI........ 1 3.....
Snakeholme PitNI...... 4.......
Leighton Moss11..... 1. 3 2 3 2..........
Gait Barrows1........ 1............
Gait Barrows Nnr (Warden'S)20.... 1 6 5 2 4 1.............

 


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