Found this in my first attempt at a pitfall trap, but don't know what it is. Possibly a beetle larva.
No interactions present.
Carabid larvae have two leg segments beyond the knee: a tibia and a single tarsal segment. This is shared by a few families of aquatic beetles (whose larvae may be found in pitfall traps near water). All other beetles have a single leg segment beyond the knee, called the tibiotarsus.
Lat/Lng: 51.4, -0.2
OS grid ref: TQ2970