No interactions present.
To be pedantic, N. vespilloides is the only orange-striped sexton beetle to have clubbed antennae that are black (e.g. Necrodes littoralis is all-black but no club on the antennae), and there is also N. germanica to bear in mind, which has similar black clubbed antennae, but with black elytra (I don't know much about this species, it seems to have only been recorded once or twice in Britain).
Entomologist and biological recorder
As another paid-up member of the Pedants' Union, I agree! 'One' in my note meant to refer to striped Nicrophorus.
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Lat/Lng: 56.374, -4.222
OS grid ref: NN628224