Slug?, Laurelwood Park, San Mateo County, California - 5 October 2013. Found under a rock in a small creek. Part of a Bioblitz sponsored by Sequoia Audubon, Nerds for Nature and the California Academy of Sciences.
I found Genus Impatiens in my garden. This flower has a white color and is surrounded by dark green leaves. The stems feel very weak. The flower comes in a variety of different colors. This flower tends to grow in the Spring/Summer. The flower is soft and thin. The flower 1.5-2inches across.