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Hi Wildlife Ranger,
It looks more like an Ecdyonurus species. E.torrentis perhaps, the Brook Dun? Distinctive wing markings. E. venosus is very similar but I dont know about distributions.
-Possibility of Rithrogena sp. here also? Rithrogena germanica (the March Brown) once thought to be much more widespreasd due to the misidentification of the very similar Ecdyonurus venosus. I think it might match Ecdyonurus better going by illustrations in Greenhalgh and Ovenden 2007, but a more experienced opinion is needed.
Cathal sorry for delay in replying I have made anumber of finds on Ephemea which I will post including a more definitive view to this one when I clear my backlog of snaps
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