No interactions present.
Could it be 'Capsodes gothicus'?
They Do look alike and a good Question to Ask Dont think So - But open to correction
The Length of the antennal segments ( 2nd = the 3rd +4th for gothicus ) is not right I also have checked the 4-5 sequence shots there is no hair on the pronotum and the upper surface which is covered in long dark pubescence in gothicus . sides are curved and less parrarel than gothicus
Whats Happening with Nature ??? Visit the Nature Blog
Supporting FEET Conservation work & Biodiversity Recording
In the images I have seen, the head and elytra of Capsodes are black, rather than red, or with red coloration, as here.
Lat/Lng: 53.8222, -1.6443
OS grid ref: SE235362