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I think this might be a spider egg sack.
Certainly looks lke it to me, particularly with the strand of silk from the bottom end of the capsule
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This is indeed a spider egg sac - from the genus Agroeca which are all approximately this shape (some are more elongate), but some white, some beige and many covered in soil particles. A white inverted 'wine-glass' is distinctive and produced by Agroeca brunnea. The sacs are seen more often than the adults and give the genus the common name of 'fairy-lamp spiders'.
Thanks for the ID! I should have known it was a spider as I'd seen cave spider egg sacs not long before... Great to get this expertise to hand.
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