In the fall it becomes more and more difficult to see slugs in the forest.
Colorful leaves provide cover for them to hide under and blend into.
However, when I see a toadstool or mushroom, nine times out of ten there is a slug nearby.
Especially little slugs.
Sometimes they appear to line up and wait their turns.
Or share a toadstool.
Very often, when I import shots into Photoshop I find slugs that I hadn’t seen when I snapped the shot. (There are three in this shot.)
That’s one on the lower left hand side of the toadstool.
I snapped this for it’s texture and color variation. When I imported it into Photoshop I saw the little slug in the center of the shot.
Sometimes I get lucky when I peer down into the forest floor.
Or glance behind a log.