Caught a small rough woodlouse (Porcellio scaber) in front of the macro lens. Though it might be a striped woodlouse (Philoscia muscorum), am not sure. First thought it was a millipede but comrade GabrielVH corrected me.
A quick little crawler that didn’t seem enthused about quietly sitting still while having its picture taken but rather tried to scurry away.
Alas the lighting conditions were far from optimal, trying to combine sufficient depth of field through smaller aperture and still have a manageable shutter speed was challenging! Bumping up the ISO wasn’t all bliss since it led to lots of noise.