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Chalk Hill Blue: Counts for the year 1991

 
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SiteInd
Coombe Bottom & St Boniface Down (Ventnor)751....... 1 5 31 99 224 167 106 88 44 16 1
Mottistone Down220................ 3 21 43 46 74 27 6..
Lullington HeathNI......... 20 5 3...
Castle HillNI...... 13 128 28 3...
Sovell Down (Dtnc)2............ 1.....
Levin Down56........... 4 25 9 6 2..
Jerry'S Hole (Dtnc)2............ 1
Fontmell Down1100....... 1. 59 369 307 86 60 3 2
Fontmell Down (New)861.......... 1. 59 200 369 302 81 55 3 2
Martin Down168............. 14 28 32 50 30 12 3.
Clubmens Down (Nt)18...... 1... 13 2..
Martin Down North667......... 43 90 204 194 73 50 13.
Martin Down Kitts Grave57......... 12 8 21 17. 1..
Old Winchester HillNI..... 1 11 279 240 48 26
Beacon Hill230.............. 12 60 66 50 32 13 3
Magdalen Hill Down317............ 37 48 69 71 50 11 23 8..
Leckford-J15........... 6 1. 3...
St Margaret'S Bay27.............. 3 12 7 2 3..
Lydden853.......... 39 72 181 300 201 94 34 3 1.
Wye & Crundale Down58.............. 1 9 16 16 3 7 6 1
Hackhurst Down101.............. 6 31 36 17 11....
Upton Cow Down (Mod)26.......... 2 5 4 3 3 1
White Down8.............. 2 4 2.....
Denbies Hillside42.............. 2. 14 14 9 3...
Rodney Stoke23......... 2. 1.... 5 4 8 2 1...
Bratton Castle Earthworks (Eh)9...... 1 2 2 1..
Headley HeathNI.......... 2...............
Farthing Downs1............. 1......
Riddlesdown80......... 2 6 18 20 20 12 1 1
Banstead Downs62............. 1 3 7 19 15 9 1..
Pewsey Down222........... 13 39 67 58 25 15 3 1
Aston Rowant (N)75.......... 1 15 23 26 3 4 3..
Aston Rowant (S)97.......... 16 16 39 17 9...

 


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