Quite a few of these in the dark areas under thick Blackthorn.
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No interactions present.
The stems being grouped and linked closely suggests Clustered Toughshank (C. confluens) but these are smallish. Could be Spotted Toughshank (C. maculata) which occur early summer to late autumn and are medium to large.
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I suggest you add the ID above.
Lat/Lng: 51.540316447216, -0.32921433448792
OS grid ref: TQ159837