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a huge row of stacked logs heaped up behind and above with soil, leaving eight inches of jutting log-ends about a metre high. Soil runs down into the gaps between the logs at the front, which are sawn off flush and drilled for mason bees - the spider was exploring gaps in the logs where looser soil has run through somewhat, if that helps
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L. minutus is often found on tree trunks but I couldn't see any in the picture. I'd say that its presence amongst logs adds weight to the ID though, as with most linyphiids, I'd want to see it under the microscope to be certain.
just added a picture of the habitat, it was somewhere in the middle
Lat/Lng: 51.5557, -0.0246
OS grid ref: TQ370859