Brown with cream markings, unusual grey spec on abdomen. Could it be a piece of pupa casing?
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Possibly, the pupa case of Speckled Wood is translucent green (when it has the critter inside) so I suppose could look like this when shed. I've added a sequence of one I reared to illustrate this - http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/260807
I think the Latin name in the database needs to be corrected,
The name in the iSpot database is Pararge aegeria (at least that is what I get when I click Get Recommended) which is the correct name as published in the summary in Entomologists Record V123 . Not sure where the genus name Parage comes from.
Lat/Lng: 51.3039, -0.5246
OS grid ref: TQ029571
Found close to the remains of Woking Palace.