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The pedipalps are short and not 'forked'. Don't know what it is though.
Jamie from Briantspuddle
Just thought - may be an immature. The book doesn't say whether imms. have the long apophysis on the pedipalp.
I tried originally to expand the photo to see the forks of the pedipalps but couldn't be certai, so I used the classic leg shape when a rest. The time of year is right for D. ramosus though.
Lat/Lng: 52.2139, 0.0928
OS grid ref: TL430593
On outside wall of building adjacent to gardens.