Creeping around the metal frame of the front shutters.
No interactions present.
The reason i don't think it is this is mainly due the the much larger and differently segmented antennae, the forest bug also has wide 'shoulders' that appear to jut out.
There is no doubt it is a Sloe SB as Ben says the main differentiating character is the Banded Antennae . The Connexivum is similar or "chequered "on all species which are superficially similar Troiluris luridus (Sedate SB) is also similar but only has a light band toward the end of the antennae
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