Found in a manhole by a relative of mine in Suffolk. Best guess Meta menardi?
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Ohhh scared or ohhhh excited?
Oohhhh - looks like a real Meta!
Meta menardi hasn't been recorded from Suffolk whereas Meta bourneti has. Why haven't you added Meta as an identification under 'it might be this'? I suspect it's one or the other.
I've had a look at Meta bourneti and it does seem to be very similar to this one, more likely than M.menardi I'd say, given the distribution.
Lat/Lng: 52.3099, 1.5199
OS grid ref: TM400738