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Ainsdale Sand Dunes Nnr: Counts for the year 2015

 
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SiteInd
Essex/Small Skipper143......... 1 31 30 40 14 7....
Small Skipper143......... 1 31 30 40 14 7....
Large Skipper2.......... 1 1.......
Large WhiteNI..... 1...... 2... 8 14.
Small WhiteNI..... 1...... 1. 1.. 3.
Green-veined White44.. 1. 18 10 1 2.. 1.. 1 1....
Orange-tip1.. 1................
Purple HairstreakNI................ 2..
Small Copper10....... 1...... 3 2. 1.
Common Blue235...... 20 35 39 17. 1 1. 14 20 27 7.
Red Admiral2................. 2.
Painted Lady4.......... 1..... 2..
Small TortoiseshellNI............ 1.... 3.
Peacock126. 2 5 18 9 15 3 5 2 8.... 5 5 14 4.
CommaNI............ 2... 1..
Dark Green Fritillary94......... 1 36 26 15 6 3 1...
Speckled WoodNI.. 2 1 4 22 4.. 4 8 9. 5 8 3 16 22 10
Wall20...... 4 1 5 1..... 1 3..
Grayling6.............. 1 2 1..
GatekeeperNI........... 3 43 114 227 151 74..
Meadow Brown739.......... 35 98 200 78 108 45 18 3.
Small Heath46....... 10 5 7 7..... 4 2.
Six-spot BurnetNI.............. 4....
Five-spot BurnetNI.......... 4 3.......
Silver YNI.............. 1... 2
The CinnabarNI..... 3.. 8 7 1 11.......


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