Common on our river gravel.
I've seen these a dozen times at this location, but lack the gear to get a nice image.
Skin found under rock
Skin found inside a dead bay laurel trunk. About 5 inches long, not including tail. Pattern smaller around legs and neck. Head "split" in two. A mature one found in area.
On branch of a dead bay laurel. Covering most of 20 foot branch. In different stages of maturity. Some short and brown and some green and long.
Found in grasses near deer trail. About 3 inches long. Very active in sun, hot outside.
Peeling red bark, slightly fuzzy, papery, upward pointing leaves, twisted, crooked limbs, found in a small group of other individuals in oak savannah
There was 1 stump, 1 older, and 5 younger trees found during the BioBlitz in the small redwood grove on Grouse Hill. Within 5 meters of lichens, moss, starflowers, ferns, bay trees, fungus, and tan oaks.
Found growing it the middle of a pile of leaves. Two of the same plant was found in the same area. Is about one foot in length wide. Is green. The leaves of the plant are round.
Mistletoe that was growing on a oak tree.
This Sticky Monkeyflower was very sad looking.
This Toyon had berries, unlike the Toyon I observed earlier that had flowers.
Found on a dead oak tree. there were at least three different types of lichen on the tree branch. the most intriguing one was slightly hanging down from the tree.