Safest Observation to genus although it looks like T.extensa but require genitalia examination
No interactions present.
......or T.montana (which is the most frequent species where I live)!
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Can be used to determine between the two common species, pale centred for t.extensa, dark throughout for t.montana, but it doesn't rule out other rarer species.
Lat/Lng: 53.694, -1.81072
OS grid ref: SE125219