This moss was seen growing on a heritage Quercus agrifolia tree on the premises of this historic barbeque restaurant. How appropriate is this genus name for the coiled pasta-like appearance! By the way, this short-order restaurant is not fancy, but tasty and popular with locals.
Many of these on the underside of big leaf maple leaves.
Growing in, over a nice stand of False Lupine.
These were clinging to a rock in the middle of the creek; underwater with a bit of current sweeping over them.
Checking each other out...
I noticed this swarm in a parking lot, attached to a bottle brush plant
Eveywhere being real noisy !
Thousands of them all breeding