Pamber Forest and Silchester Common is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Hampshire, UK. Covering 478 acres (0.747 sq mi), the forest is known for its abundance of butterflies, of which 40 species have been identified – including the Purple Emperor, the White Admiral, the Silver-washed Fritillary and the Purple Hairstreak.

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  • Pamber Forest and Silchester Common is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Hampshire, UK. Covering 478 acres (0.747 sq mi), the forest is known for its abundance of butterflies, of which 40 species have been identified – including the Purple Emperor, the White Admiral, the Silver-washed Fritillary and the Purple Hairstreak. Pamber Forest (an oak wood) covers 458 acres (0.716 sq mi) of the SSSI, and is managed as a Local Nature Reserve. Silchester Common, along with Tadley Common (both heathland commons), was designated a Countryside Heritage Site in 1987. The site is subject to the European Union's 1979 Birds Directive. (en)
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  • Pamber Forest shown in Christopher Saxton's 1575 map of Hampshire
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  • Pamber Forest and Silchester Common is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Hampshire, UK. Covering 478 acres (0.747 sq mi), the forest is known for its abundance of butterflies, of which 40 species have been identified – including the Purple Emperor, the White Admiral, the Silver-washed Fritillary and the Purple Hairstreak. (en)
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