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Marsh Fritillary: Counts for the year 2015

 
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SiteInd
Powerstock Bridleway3........ 2 1...............
Powerstock North (Dtnc)7..... 2 1 3............
Kingcombe Stones 'C' (Dtnc)24.... 6 13. 1...............
Lankham BottomNI.... 3 8 11.............
Black Hill8...... 1 7..................
Cerne Abbas Giant80.... 7 13 8 14 15 14 1 1............
Bracketts Coppice Ii (Dwt)NI..... 9. 1...........
Alners Gorse1...... 1..................
Hod Hill (Nt)NI.... 4 2.................
Lydlinch Common (New)57...... 15 16 22 5 1.............
Fontmell Down (New)NI.... 6 2.............
Martin Down3....... 1 2................
Clubmens Down (Nt)242..... 1 32 67 58 60 22. 2...........
Martin Down North6...... 3 2................
Melbury Down & Wood5...... 1.. 3...........
Ash Priors Common (2013)3..... 1.. 1.............
Bentley Wood - Barnridge4...... 2. 1 1.............
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)NI.... 5 6 11 12 8......
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)NI......... 1.............
Green Lane Wood (Wwt)1........ 1.............
Pewsey Down2....... 2...............
Wadswick Common22...... 1 4 12 5..............
Lower Woods South1....... 1...........
WelshmoorNI...... 14 30. 65 15......
Strawberry Banks655..... 64 153 250 197 94 9 16............
Rhos Llawr CwrtNI..... 27 35 5 14 4 2.......
Murlough (Single-Species)314. 21 51 150 48 14 4.
MurloughNI.. 2 6 6 9....
Killykeeghan & Crossmurrin Nature ReserveNI.... 6 2....
Loch Gruinart (Comp. Ao60 - Craig Mhor)NI 2 35 3
Loch Gruinart - Creag Mhor NorthNI. 26 22 6
TaynishNI.. 1........

 


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