If anyone could help, I'd be really grateful. I found this today in an orchard in South Somerset on a nettle in the rain. It didn't act much like a woodlouse as I only realised it might be when I got the camera to it. And yet, it doesn't have a woodlouse tail with the two spiky exopodites(?) either and its legs seemed a little long. I spent a while on the internet, thinking it might be a Rosy woodlouse, but that was the nearest I could get. Should mention that it measured around 5mm.
Just been on Arkive and it's a little simular to a pink pill woodlouse. Could it be that with missing armour at the back?
It is a woodlouse, but not an Armadillidium (Pill woodlouse). The most atypical with its rear end seems to be that it is muddy so the uropods are stuck together, else it looks quite normal for a woodlouse (it is Armadillidium that looks peculiar!). To me it looks very much like a Philoscia muscoum (a.k.a. Common striped woodlouse), which is a very common species. It is variable in colour (yellowish-reddish-brownish-greyish), but the pattern is normally quite typical. Compare those.