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Marbled White: Counts for the year 1984

 
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SiteInd
Luckett Wood28.......... 1 2 5 10. 1...
Radipole Lake46........ 1 6 13 16 7. 3.....
Swanage569......... 40 99 138 93 14 10..
Hengistbury Head2........ 1.... 1.....
Lullington Heath508.......... 5 86 113 113 110 59 15 8.....
Castle Hill482........... 17 90 123 73 120 43 13 3.....
Kingley Vale6............. 1 79 4.........
Fontmell Down (New)NI........... 41 120 230 100 7.....
Martin Down533........ 9 122 190 156 49 3 4......
Pynes Farmhouse10......... 1 1 2 4 1 1......
Old Winchester Hill457........... 2 50 106 124 119 37 18 1......
Beacon Hill314........... 1 19 100 95 63 21 2......
Ampfield Wood33.......... 6 13 6.......
Alresford1............ 1...........
Wye & Crundale Down848......... 81 175 155 190 132 53 14 7.....
Upton Cow Down (Mod)170......... 2 50 45 35 30 15 1 1....
Ebbor Gorge39......... 3 14 15 5 2.........
Pickett Wood177............. 25 39 62 42 6 3.....
Rspb Blean Woods4........... 1 2 1.......
Sandwich Bay3............... 2.....
Pewsey Down632........... 63 104 194 117 89 59 1 4 1....
Avon Gorge 22.......... 1... 1.......
Northward Hill1............. 1.........
Leigh Marshes2.............. 2........
Oxwich1............ 1..........
Brockwell'S Farm6.......... 2. 5..........
Gomm Valley614............. 41 263 158 102 37 13.......
Aston Rowant (N)NI........ 2 24 22 5......
Aston Rowant (S)334....... 1 70 124 28 24 9 2.....
Buttlers Hanging1290..... 4 198 487 341 197 18 37 5. 1....
Waterperry Wood4............. 3 4 10 1........
Foxholes14............. 1 1 4 6 1......
Barnack Hills & Holes12............ 1 3 2 6......

 


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