We found this in our UK garden! Any ideas? Not sure if it had/has wings.
It has a segmented tail and 6 legs. It’s about 2 inches/ 8cm long.
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The following resources may be helpful to get a more precise identification:
§Note: As pointed out by Arthur J. Frost this is actually the exoskeleton left behind when a dragonfly nymph molted and became an adult.
indeed -Exuvieae of a Anisopera dragonfly.