The Black Turban snail really looks like a turban, and its tip is usually worn away. I like these tiny snails, and appreciate their slimy trails on stones as artwork. You can see the antennae of the one at the lower left.
Henderson's shooting-star (Primulaceae); native perennial; in blue oak-woodland manzanita-California fescue woodland, on volcanic outcrop, ridgetop
There were a few patches of Oxalis oregana or Redwood Sorrel along the path on the north side of Lake Crescent at 580'. It was too late for the flowers. This was the first time I'd seen Oxalis oregana this far east in Washington state; before I'd only seen it along the west coast.