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Marsh Fritillary: Counts for the year 2005

 
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SiteInd
Dunsford Wood2.... 2......
Southfield Hog Cliff283..... 43 128 62 46 1..........
Powerstock North (Dtnc)NI 1. 4 1...........
Kingcombe Stones 'C' (Dtnc)1....... 1..........
Lankham Bottom42..... 6 8 19 8 1..........
Cerne Abbas Giant252..... 6 72 49 123 8............
Bracketts Coppice (Dtnc)NI.. 1.........
Dunsdon Farm 1 (Mf Transect)155. 9 44 60 32 8
Hod Hill (Nt)790... 18 74 162 168 155 177 76 3.............
Deadmoor Common5... 1 1 1 2.............
Lydlinch Common (New)NI..... 10 21 28 16 5........
Fontmell Down (New)2........ 1. 1..............
Buckland Wood10... 1 1 5 1 2..............
Martin Down1........ 1..............
Clubmens Down (Nt)25.... 9 9
Martin Down NorthNI..... 2............
Melbury Down & WoodNI... 6 3 1 2.............
Bentley Wood - Barnridge19.. 4 6 7 11 1...........
Bentley Wood - North1...... 1...............
White Sheet Hill Quarry (Nt)85... 1 7 8 25 12 20 5............
Park Bottom9...... 1 2 1 3.............
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)20..... 4 8 3 4..............
West Down (Chilbolton)1.... 1..............
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)1.... 1...............
Pewsey Down11....... 3. 5 3.............
West Yatton Down1......... 1................
Barbury Castle39..... 5 14 3............
Danks Down1.......... 1...............
Severn Barrows14. 7 2 1........
Somerford Common3.......... 3............
Rhos Llawr Cwrt384..... 6 63 144 118 80 7...........
Murlough32.... 14 1......
Taynish92....... 2 38 29 18 9 1..........

 


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