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Marsh Fritillary: Counts for the year 2011

 
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SiteInd
Southfield Hog Cliff248... 20 235. 10 3.................
Powerstock Bridleway10..... 5. 3.............
Powerstock North (Dtnc)33... 6 8 6 7 4 2..........
Powerstock Railway4... 3.. 1..............
Kingcombe Stones 'C' (Dtnc)1.... 1...............
Kingcombe Pound 'A' (Dtnc)1...... 1...............
Lankham Bottom64.... 2 22 28 3 10................
Black Hill46.... 23 8 2 5 4.................
Cerne Abbas Giant584... 13 91 316 88 9 28 46 4.. 1.. 2........
Alners Gorse1.. 1................
Hod Hill (Nt)620... 8 279 237 62 32 11.... 1...........
Lydlinch Common (New)113.... 30 42 27 7.............
Fontmell Down (New)40.... 17 17 2 1 4...............
Clubmens Down (Nt)187.... 74 38 6 19 2...... 1.....
Martin Down North25.... 19 1..................
Melbury Down & Wood10...... 5 2. 2...............
Bentley Wood - Barnridge44... 13 12 12 1.........
Carymoor Environmental Centre1.... 1............
White Sheet Hill Quarry (Nt)9... 1 3 3.............
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)NI.... 5 18 1............
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)2.... 1..................
Pewsey Down8.... 4. 2.................
Barbury Castle34... 5 2 6 7 10 3............
Severn Barrows6... 1 1 2 1............
Rhos Llawr Cwrt72.... 1 12 23 17 19 5 3.............
Cerrig-Y-GwaenyddNI.... 3 1 9........
Murlough58.... 34 39.....
Killykeeghan & Crossmurrin Nature Reserve10...... 2 2 4.........
Loch Gruinart (Comp. Ao60 - Craig Mhor)NI.... 2 1 1..
Loch Gruinart - Creag Mhor NorthNI..... 2...
TaynishNI...... 1..........

 


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