No interactions present.
Perhaps a silly question, but why does the the scientific name end with 'seg.' I am familiar with 'agg.' for various cryptic species that are difficult to differentiate, but I have not heard of 'seg.'
Good question - 'segregate' is any one of the group of species that make up the aggregate. It's used to mean "this is 'the narrow sense of circumscriptus' rather than 'circumscriptus plus fasciatus plus silvaticus'". The alternatives you'll see are the latin equivalent, sensu lato (in the broad sense) and sensu stricto (in the narrow sense).
Lat/Lng: 54.2884, -0.4143
OS grid ref: TA033892