A small spider shaken out of a heather plant with many other tiny animals. Body 4mm long.
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Thanks for the id Alan. Would this be a juvenile or is it a very small species?
N clathrata is one of the larger linyphiids, but that's not saying much because most are tiny. But it's not as large as, say, N. montana, or Linyphia triangularis which is adult in autumn. Anyway, it's just a suggestion, though I've found plenty (of adults) recently.
Lat/Lng: 55.026, -6.091
OS grid ref: NW386778