Several specimens found between split rocks embedded about 10cm down into soil, on vegetated coastal land-slip (see images).
No interactions present.
Oh I had missed this.
Whilst I cannot yet agree (and I might) I'd like to say that a series of related photos(but not always of the subject), some Descriptive and ID Notes MAKES iSpot compelling.
Later (Oct) I thought the micro-pic was compelling and found this http://www.bmig.org.uk/image/schendyla-nemorensis-coxal-pores
http://www.bmig.org.uk/gallery/19/27 but had to discount them on the grounds that, well, they're yours!
So I went further and further.
I'm convinced, but still wouldn't recognise it.
Check my similar POOS post here!
I hope to to encourage those with a narrow field of interest to realise that there is more out there if you know where, and make the effort, to look.
Old and naive I know :)
BMIG website: www.bmig.org.uk (centipedes, millipedes & woodlice)
BMIG Newsletters ~ www.bmig.org.uk/view/resource/bmig-newsletter
BMIG Bulletins ~ www.bmig.org.uk/view/resource/bmig-bulletin
Lat/Lng: 50.6, -1.5
OS grid ref: SZ3784