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Marsh Fritillary: Counts for the year 1997

 
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SiteInd
Powerstock Bridleway6....... 1. 5...............
Powerstock North (Dtnc)20.. 4 7 6 2........
Powerstock Railway15...... 4 6 5................
Kingcombe Stones 'C' (Dtnc)2..... 1 1........
Cerne Abbas Giant79..... 13 52 21 3.............
Piddle'S Wood (Dtnc)1........ 1..........
Lydlinch Common (New)12.... 4 5.........
Fontmell Down (New)1....... 1................
Buckland Wood84.... 5 7 12 3...............
Martin Down North6.... 4 1 1................
Melbury Down & Wood26.... 5 2 6 2............
Ampfield Wood1...... 1..............
Dean Hill (West) (Nt)22..... 8 9 4...............
Haddon Moor12..... 2 2 4.......
Bentley Wood - Eastern2....... 2..............
Bentley Wood - Barnridge21.... 13 8................
Park Bottom2....... 2................
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)10..... 1 5 4..............
Boscombe Down O (Wcc)2.... 1.......
Boscombe Down A (Mod)11.... 3 1 3. 2..............
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)7... 4 2.......
Pickett Wood1...... 1.............
Green Lane Wood (Wwt)5....... 4 1.............
Pewsey Down3. 1 1........
Somerford Common4..... 1 2.................
Rodborough Common1........ 1................
Rhos Llawr Cwrt98.... 13 39 12 8.............
Rhos Llawrcwrt - Single SpeciesNI. 13 39 12 8
Chambers Farm Wood26.... 2 5 6 8 4...............
Murlough77...... 8 13 47 7 2..............
Loch Gruinart (Comp. Ao60 - Craig Mhor)86 24 6 43 9 4
Taynish128...... 47 47 29 5............

 


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