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Marsh Fritillary: Counts for the year 2007

 
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SiteInd
Southfield Hog Cliff210... 2 15 72 33 80 3............
Kingcombe Stones 'C' (Dtnc)2.... 1.. 1..........
Lankham Bottom93.... 1 31 27 7 10 2............
Cerne Abbas Giant725.... 53 31 185 217 153 49 5...............
Hod Hill (Nt)NI.. 39 144 81 249 58 61 4...
Deadmoor Common1........ 1...............
Lydlinch Common (New)37.... 10 11 5 1 2.............
Stubhampton Bottom (Private)1....... 1...........
Buckland Wood8.... 1 6...............
Clubmens Down (Nt)12..... 3 2 3 2. 1.............
Martin Down North27.. 10. 4 5..........
Melbury Down & Wood30...... 11 6 15 1.............
St Catherine'S Hill1.... 1.................
Bentley Wood - EasternNI..... 1..........
Bentley Wood - Barnridge116... 18 26 35 18. 4............
White Sheet Hill Quarry (Nt)NI.. 5 61 23 42 37 4 5...........
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)NI.... 6 8......
West Down (Chilbolton)NI..... 1..............
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)1......... 1...............
Pilot Hill1........ 1...............
Pewsey Down148... 2 8 24 34 37 14 23 6...............
West Yatton Down3........ 2.................
Barbury Castle595... 230 31 12 86 41 52 33 1...........
Severn Barrows54. 2 5 21 29 3 1 2........
White Horse HillNI.... 1...........
Ravensgate Hill1......... 1................
Rhos Llawr Cwrt287.... 5 50 105 53 38 19..........
Murlough28...... 9 13........
Loch Gruinart (Comp. Ao60 - Craig Mhor)NI 9 41 3 1
Loch Gruinart - Creag Mhor NorthNI 1 34 5.
Taynish101..... 4 1. 2 31 39 14 2.........
Killean Lismore93....... 9 1 18 23 26 7.............

 


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