Under bark laying in the muddy margins of a woodland marsh, also found in moss on the day.
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Looks like a male bryaxis bulbifer as I had here:-
With the two enlarged first antennal segments, and it is also the commonest black pselaphid found outside of ants nests.
As I'm sure you are already aware, microscopic views of palps and antennae needed for confirmation though.
Unless there are others as small and of the same genus that can be found in moss in close proximity to a woodland marsh then you have to be correct. So I will but it up as Bryaxis bulbifer. I will however, should I find another, collect it and put it under the microscope. Will keep you updated...
An iSpot Project- HELP WITH IDS - UK & Ireland Community - PLANTS
Across a broad sphere of invertebrates.. Some form of ongoing project?
You hit the nail on the head. My main interest is in Hemiptera, all its orders. Inevitably in my forays I find all manner of fauna and flora.
The project, Lincolnshire's Flora and Fauna, an EOL Life Desk, ultimately a book.
Lat/Lng: 53.2055, -0.5631
OS grid ref: SK960685
Backies woods, Boultham Moor, Lincoln.