A beetle found at Pegwell Bay
No interactions present.
This has been discussed elsewhere on iSpot, and as concluded before, I don't think we can be certain of distinguishing G. stercorarius from G. spiniger in the photo, as the differences are to do with small details on the legs and underside. A. stercorosus is also a third candidate, but this is more common in the north and west and less likely in Kent.
Entomologist and biological recorder
Lat/Lng: 51.324162271476, 1.3631683588028
OS grid ref: TR344637