35mm long. 57 pairs of legs
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It has c. 57 leg pairs now, but it has lost its back end (and an unknown number of leg pairs) somewhere along the way!
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The head shape and general 'look' of the animal look very much like S. subterranean, but we can't be sure.
I agree with Andy's comments, but we can't be sure.
Agree with previous two comments
Lat/Lng: 54.9, -1.7
OS grid ref: NZ2061