I found this growing on an old douglass fir stump facing south. Hemlock, vine maple, sword ferns and vanilla leaf all abundant in the immediate area.
Substrate:Douglas fir branches, limbs
Color: Yellowish green
Habitat:Old growth forest growing all over hemlock and douglas fir. Under story made up of red huckleberry, evergreen huckleberry, sword fern, vine maple, salal, oregon grape and some vanilla leaf and false solomen seal
This moss, which I think is Slender Beaked Moss or Kindbergia praelonga, was growing among other mosses on a fallen Bigleaf Maple log. Could it actually be Kindbergia oregana?
This Rhytidiadelphus may be Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus (Goose-necked Moss, aka Electrified Cat's-tail Moss), or maybe Rhytidiadelphus loreum (Lanky Moss)... It's hard to ID them with the book I use.
Tamarack bog at BNP, on hummock. With Rubus hispidus and Thuidium delicatulum (both visible), and speckled lader. Patchy. Not certain on the species, but it has the right general look (but i couldn't do any microscopy to check)
I can't make sense of leafy liverworts in CA, but whatever. It was cool to see one in CT. Growing on a large rock, seemed like a pretty moist area, though it rained pretty hard the last few days.