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Marbled White: Counts for the year 1985

 
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SiteInd
Luckett WoodNI............ 5 20 10......
Deer Park WoodNI.. 8 23
Yarner Wood2........... 1. 1.......
Studland Heath1............. 1........
Radipole Lake47............ 3 14 4 23 2. 1.....
Swanage306......... 6 66 82 34 1 4....
Lullington Heath307........... 1 53 168 69 11 2 1 1 1....
West Moors (Raoc)1.......... 1.........
Castle Hill683............ 2 10 175 184 205 3 1......
Kingley Vale3......... 1 2.........
Sovell Down (Dtnc)155....... 2 48 17 36 43 8 1......
Fontmell Down (New)NI......... 8 20 177 57 14 5 3.....
Martin Down351....... 4 157 98 61.......
Pynes Farmhouse11........... 2 1 4 3 1........
Old Winchester Hill120......... 10 29 46 31 4 1.......
Beacon Hill146....... 2 48 29 38 18 3 2.....
Ampfield Wood43.......... 9 14.......
Alresford1............. 1........
Wye & Crundale Down277........ 7 90 78 68 30 1 3.....
Upton Cow Down (Mod)99.......... 1 43 23 3 9......
Ebbor Gorge6........... 2. 2 2.......
Pickett Wood116............ 5 32 28 19 3......
Pewsey DownNI......... 3 55 49 1...
Avon Gorge 211............. 1 2 6 1.....
Leigh Marshes9.......... 1 1 2 3 2........
Brockwell'S Farm5........... 2 2 2......
Gomm Valley590........... 1 47 142 198 99 1 2....
Aston Rowant (N)79........ 17 21 28 11 1.....
Aston Rowant (S)358........ 32 41 162 72 33 1...
Buttlers Hanging508..... 1 103 138 133 72 13 3....
Waterperry Wood8........... 11 7 6 1.......
Shabbington Wood292........... 40 77 102 11 4 1.....
Foxholes4.......... 1 2........
Perry Wood7............ 2 2 3........
Barnack Hills & Holes3............ 1.. 1.....

 


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