The body is about 1.5cm from head to tail.
No interactions present.
perhaps a predatory beetle, shown by the protruding nose of which is used to stab other insects?
As far as I know it feeds on the flowers, seeds and cones of numerous species of conifer.
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The inflated flat tibia are indicative the white striations not visible on this specimen there is potentially one other similar in the genus which in very rare - import circumstances could occur looks like Leptoglossus occidentalis to me
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Lat/Lng: 51.5, -1.8
OS grid ref: SU1584