Saw it in the morning in the rotting wood steps that lead down to the backyard.
Found under rock with colony of ants (Companatus castaneus).
The individual was found under a rock with one other worm snake, and a ringneck snake (http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/1389082).
This little snake may have received its name because: 1) it lives under ground, like a worm; 2) it looks similar to a large worm; or 3) worms make up part of its diet. Pick which one you like best!