This might be a pink and grey larval aggregation of some sort. They might be beetle larvae or thrips with some being adults (like tiny fuzzy sow bugs), and some juveniles (very tiny pink ovals). They were found in the middle of a trail in a stream of rain water.
Possibly some kind of Agaric mushroom. It has an unusual stripe around the edge of the whitish cap. It had brown gills, brown hairs on the lower section of its stem. It also has odd, clear "drops" at its base.
This is probably an old Bleeding Milk Cap (Lactarius rubrilacteus) staining green and soaked with rain. The gills have turned green on the top surface and are breaking up. When broken the edge still had some dark red coloration, but it had run out of latex.
I think it is the red-bellied newt rather than the rough-skinned newt due to the dark eye color.
it was hanging out on a little bridge that had a tiny creek running under it. It dove into the brush when I got too close.
Seen on the Pomo Trail between Pomo Campground and Shell Beach, Sonoma Coast State Park
Only one in the area. Very pretty. Flower about 1.5 inches vertically.