California sorrel, or Oxalis, is ubiquitous on old-growth forest floors.
This one has big, bold, white flowers, but in these season we only see the three leaves for which it was named. Notice the Oxalis beneath it.
California sister butterfly rests on some Tannoak. And a scorpion found under a log!
Lady fern, Bracken ferns, five-fingered ferns, – lots of ferns. Ferns love redwood forests.
These gorgeous flowers are one of many that grace redwood forests. See also: rhododendrons, monkey flowers, trillium, lupines.
Banana slugs, Ariolimax californicus californicus.