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    Help with id please

    When I first saw this I thought it might be a hornet moth, after a little research, I am sure it is not, it is about an inch long, and too fat for a hornet. it is a nectar feeder.
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    Albino Brook Lamprey?

    Brook lampreys are starting their spring run. Every 2-3 years I see one of these (on the east Devon River Axe system) this would imply that they are relatively common (I am a part-time observer). I apologise for the quality of the picture, autofocus chose the normal lamprey. How a creature so...