Uncovered while looking for mushrooms in the grass. Taken in Redwood Regional Park, in the meadow off Wilton Drive. Probably a Yellow-eyed Ensatina.
These three individuals were under a long thick board adjacent to an eucalyptus tree. This is my first time finding Ensatina directly next to a eucalyptus.
Ensatina eschscholtzii (commonly known by its genus name, Ensatina) is a complex of plethodontid (lungless) salamanders found in coniferous forests, oak woodland and chaparral from British Columbia, through Washington, Oregon, across California (where all seven subspecies variations are located), all the way down to Baja California in Mexico.