Quite a menagerie here. Woodlice, a Spider and an unidentified moth. Yet again, found inside a hide.
No interactions present.
Nice image of Zygiella simon. Another contender is Z. atrica though it is normally a bit redder than Z. x-notata. Also, in general, tends to be found further away from buildings than Z. x-notata. So this is likely to be Z. x-notata, though microscopic examination would be required to be certain.
This one was right down the far end of the hide, well away from the entrance (though you know what hides are like - more holes than a Swiss cheese). Any idea about the moth?
Lat/Lng: 51.77357, 0.00864
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