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White Admiral: Counts for the year 1993

 
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Bovey Valley6.......... 2 1 2.. 1......
Studland Heath5.......... 1 4..........
Brownwich & Chilling11........ 3 2.......
Church Place29....... 2 5 6 6 9........
Piddle'S Wood (Dtnc)38.... 10 5 3........
Fore WoodNI... 4..
Lydlinch Common (Private)1......... 1. 2..........
West Dean Wood2.............. 2...........
Crowdhill Copse8............ 2 3 1 1. 1.......
Ampfield WoodNI........ 1 3 1....
Great Copse WoodsNI.. 3.
Loder Valley 1 (Ardingley Reservoir 1)3.......... 2.......
Morris' Wood3............. 2 1..
Ham Street Wood82......... 6 17 22 5 2 7 6 1 1...
Burnt Oak Wood101........... 1 15 27 16 13 9 5 1......
Tudeley Woods - The Plants (2)NI......... 1.
Pickett Wood16......... 2 6 3 2 1.....
Pamber Forest24....... 1 4 4 2 3 5......
Bowdown (Baynes/Bomb Site)NI........ 1 2 3 3.....
Somerford Common14........... 1 4. 6........
Waterperry Wood1............... 1.......
Shabbington Wood20.......... 1 5 1 9 3 1.......
M40 Compensation Area1........ 1.........
Oakley Woods17...... 11 1 1 2.......
Whitecross Green Wood8........... 1 4 2........
FoxholesNI.... 7 6 2...
Stour Wood6......... 1. 2 1.........
Haugh Wood South13...... 1 6 1.
Malvern Hills South2............ 1 1...
Malvern Hills South ANI........ 1.
Perry Wood3........... 2. 1.....
Trench Wood126........... 22 33 16 24 15 9 5 2.....
Ryton Wood & Pool31.......... 1 3 13 3 6 3 1.. 1..
Ryton Wood North7.......... 6.... 1......
Monks Wood4........... 1 1 2..........
Bure Marshes10......... 2 2 1 2 1.......
Swanton Novers Great Wood 1NI....... 11 6 1.
Snakeholme Pit1........... 1.......

 


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