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  • Lulworth Skipper

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    This chart shows the number of reports for each year for this species where there are reports (see note below):

    This chart shows the number of reports per month for this species where there are reports (see note below):

    The intention of this chart is to show which months during the year this species is most likely to be seen. Remember that is is the total number of REPORTS; there may be several reports for just one occurrence of the species (that is to say, a number of individuals may have been to see a single specimen of a species).

    This chart shows the number of reports per week for this species where there are reports (see note below):

    The intention of this chart is to show which weeks during the year this species is most likely to be seen. See note above about multiple reports of a single specimen!

    This chart shows the number of RECORDS per month for this species where there are records (see note below):

    The intention of this chart is to show which months during the year this species is most likely to be seen. This is different from the number of REPORTS in that these are the months the species has been recorded on organised survey work. This is more likely to be useful for vegetation and for the more common species of animals (mammals, reptiles, birds ans insects) which are less likely to get much mention in Twitter reports.

    This chart shows the number of reports per site for this species. Hover over any column to see the site and the number of reports:

    This chart shows the habitat types present at sites where this species has been recorded and NOT the habitat types the species has been recorded in; there may be quite a difference! The aim is to show the type of habitat found in areas where this species is likely to be found, its preferred habitat is likely to be one or more of these. The habitat types occurring most frequently are most likely the preferred habitats for the species. Use this chart with care and with a good field guide!

    This chart shows the habitat types present at sites where this species has been reported and NOT the habitat types the species has been reported in; there may be quite a difference! The aim is to show the type of habitat found in areas where this species is likely to be found, its preferred habitat is likely to be one or more of these. The habitat types occurring most frequently are most likely the preferred habitats for the species. Use this chart with care and with a good field guide!