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Silver-spotted Skipper: Counts for the year 2004

 
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SiteInd
Crowlink1............. 8 16 2...
Frog Firle Farm9............. 1. 49 37 10 2 1...
Butts Brow98 6 51 20 12 8 1
Lullington Heath117............... 5 56 45 10 4 3. 1.
Deep Dean70................ 26 19 7 1...
Malling Down12.............. 1 25 13 21 1....
Fontmell Down (New)4................. 1 3.....
Martin Down4............... 2 1......
Oxenbourne Down134................. 30.....
Clubmens Down (Nt)1................ 1....
Old Winchester Hill76................. 18 20 10 5 21 4..
Beacon HillNI............... 6 7 5 10...
Bentley Wood - Barnridge1............ 1.....
Broughton Down 2692.. 5 14 90 20 12 2 1
Porton Down66............... 3 27 15 2 4. 1..
Porton Dn.2 (Tower Hill Wood)7............. 1 3. 1......
Hackhurst Down4.............. 7 2 2...
White Down7............ 1 3.
Cole Kitchen177................ 6 39. 24 10.....
Denbies Landbarn38............... 1 15 13 7 2. 1..
Denbies Landbarn B52............... 1 23 16 8 2. 1..
Denbies HillsideNI................... 1 2 1....
Box Hill, ViewpointNI............. 2 2....
Box Hill, Zig ZagNI............... 11 53 19....
Wingate Hill11............... 5 2....
Headley Heath89................ 3 17 42 19 14 1....
Headley Warren44.............. 2. 4 8 24 3 1..
Brentmoor Heath3.................. 3......
Aston Upthorpe Downs1................ 1.....
Butler'S HangingsNI.............. 1.
Aston Rowant (N)42.......... 10 6 19...
Aston Rowant (S)96............. 15 47 9..
Coombe Hill1................. 1.....

 


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