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Wow - your photo doesn't make it at all easy. I can count 6 legs so I can only get as far as - it's an insect !!
It looks like it could be one of those little land crustaceans, I'm not sure what they are called but they look very like aquatic 'gammarus sp.'- freshwater shrimp.
Was it found on the ground or in water?
If it's a crustacean even my leg count was wrong :-(
Its been a while, but I have encountered a lot of those 'lawn shrimps' as I have come to discover they are called in my back yard again. As far as I can gather they are not native and originate from Australia, although I have only looked at 2 websites so far and I cant say for certain there isnt a native species here. I do think the above pictures show one of these lawn shrimps, a terrestrial amphipod of the family Talitridae.
There are so many of these in my back yard at present, thousands. But I dont recall having seen them before 2010.
FAO Sally and Phil,
Ive stuck up an observation of what I think this might be above here:
What you think?
Lat/Lng: 50.1, -5.2
OS grid ref: SW7537