Photographing things in the garden at the weekend and found this tiny rampant thing just as it exited its old skin. Have searched my field guides and the internet, but can't find anything that really looks like it, I'm assuming that's because it's an immature form and so not pictured in the books. Its mouthparts definitely look bug, and there were some adult shield bugs in the same area. It was living on a patch of nettles.
Would very much appreciate some help with this iD!
I've been ID'ing a small bug found on the same nettle patch, and seeing pictures of some mirid bug nymphs they look like a plausible match, but I haven't yet found a picture with enough similarity to give me a confident choice as to which mirid (if any!) this may be.