under upturned terracotta pot about 6mm body length
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E furcata and E. cambridgei almost identical and both widespread - but E. cambridgei raterher more so. Need microscopic identification to tell them apart.
In my corner of West Suffolk (where I can find all 4 Ero species) I find cambridgei on damp habitats or ones with dense grass, but furcata on drier, more open habitats. That's why I thought it more likely to be this - it sounds like it was found in a garden, not many of which would fit the former description. I have furcata in my garden.
Lat/Lng: 51.3, -0.8
OS grid ref: SU9057