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This may be a Oniscus asellus x occidentlis hybrid. The body looks very arched. But like all the best invertebrates you need a mature male to be certain!
See more likely example at - http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/323587 (possibly pure O.a.occidentalis)
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
Have had a quick look at that link Steve and when I've got more time (need to get kids to bed now.....!!!) I will take a look at that info and delve into this more thoroughly. There were quite a few specimens in that spot so can go back to this - also have alcohol at the ready..... Thanks so much for that input - having such expert guidance is invaluable.
Lat/Lng: 51.773, -4.738
OS grid ref: SN111118