This pair of spiders were found under a rolled up honeysuckle leaf in birch/oak woodland.
No identification made yet.
No interactions present.
Not sure of the species. But this looks like a single spider beside a shed skin, rather than two spiders. Adult spiders in general are solitary.
I suppose that's true about most spiders being solitary but Meta segmentata and mengei are certainly an exception. It's common to see the female together with a male, or two, sometimes in the web. However, I can't tell what these are in the photo.
Lat/Lng: 52.7, 0.4
OS grid ref: TF6821