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Seen on the underside surface of a pitched roof, in a dark place, of course.
About 8 mm long.
PS - it's obviously a somewhat lightened image.
Last edited by Gateside (2017-04-13 18:44:29)
Not sure you can tell which it is without looking at the genitalia really. S. cinctus is very similar, and more common, too.