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Barnack Hills & Holes: Counts for the year 2006

 
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Small/Essex Skipper4......... 3.... 1....
Essex/Small Skipper175......... 3 53 86 49. 1....
Small Skipper170.......... 53 86 49......
Large Skipper25....... 6 13 1 1........
Brimstone81 6 7 5 5 4 4. 1.. 8 7 8 2 2.. 1 1
Large White105..... 2 1.. 1 10 17 24 27. 9 5. 3
Small White1.......... 1........
Green-veined White167... 4 10 15 18 24 14. 3 27 21. 9 1 2 3 4
Orange-tip25... 4 13 3.............
Green HairstreakNI... 3 4..............
Small CopperNI... 1.............. 4
Brown Argus16.............. 15....
Common Blue72.... 6 18 9. 1.. 6 6 10 13....
Chalk Hill Blue16.......... 6 8 3. 1....
Holly Blue9.. 2.......... 3.....
Red Admiral39..... 4 4 4 6. 2 4 5 4. 1 1. 1
Painted Lady90..... 1 2... 1 24 28 23 2 3 2..
Small Tortoiseshell27 2....... 1 3 4 3 4 6. 2...
Peacock71. 1 4.. 2.... 8 17 14 13 3 1 1..
Comma43.. 1.. 1 1.... 11 16 5. 1. 2 1
Speckled Wood143. 3 7 4 3 18 15 12 15.... 8 3 8 4 10 1
WallNI... 1...............
Marbled White80....... 9 26 6 35 4.......
Gatekeeper176......... 2 35 62 54 26. 3...
Meadow Brown248...... 1 32 33 16 76 45 23 24 1....
Small Heath38... 2 16 14 2.......... 1.
Ringlet196........ 27 7 42 43 57 18 1....


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