Approx 1-2cm in length. Found under fallen bark.
No interactions present.
Looks like a click-beetle (Elateridae) larva but not sure.
There are certainly too few abdominal segments for this to be one of the Julidae, also cannot see that each segment bears two pairs of legs, so more likely to be a beetle larva.
Many thanks for i.d. everyone
I'm not at all experienced in this field, I have to find something and photograph it for i.d. as part of a project, so I gave it a bash!
But I'm a little confused - in the original picture, when I zoomed in, I thought I could see many tiny little legs. I thought beetles only had six legs - can anyone clear this up for me??
I've zoomed in to your photos and can see lots of setae (hairs) but no legs.
Hope that helps
Ohhh I see, my mistake!
Ah well, we live and learn - hopefully I will do better next time!
Appreciate your help, many thanks
Lat/Lng: 50.51814, -4.02371
OS grid ref: SX566706
Woodland area located on Dartmoor, Devon.