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Hi Opiliones2000, now that you've pointed us in the right direction I agree that this looks like Platybunus pinetorum, thanks. Is it certain enough to add pinetorum as the identification, or is it best to leave it at family level?
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This is Platybunus pinetorum, no doubt. Ocularium, saddle, color, spines on pedipalps (...) are typical.
Lat/Lng: 54.6, -5.9
OS grid ref: NW5433