Looking at some of robberfly's lichens from this same area I think this is correct.
A bright green, toxic lichen. It is leafy and grows on conifers in the NW and a few other places too. It is toxic because it has vulpinic acid which gives it its vibrant color. The lichen itself is bright greenish yellow.
in dead moss
possibly Siphula dissoluta; with Hypogymnia lugubris, Cladia aggregata, Buellia (black dots on stone)
with Hymenophyllum multifidum
not sure about this; but is muscicolous (on Andreaea)
with Podocarpus nivalis
brown crust possibly Placopsis perrugosa; pale pinkish one ?
The Preserve was dripping in Lichens...
Pale green Oakmoss lichen found growing on a tree in Madrona Park.
Gold dust lichen colonizes at the base of Loblolly Pine trees in this valley.