This is as close as I can get without going out of focus. Here's hoping its close enough but eben if it't not I've now learned its a beard lichen, so thanks :-)
Lichen on the trunk of a live tree.
Pale green upper, dark lower, dark inside tube, (this one was more erect than the other one
K+ Yellow, C-, KC-
Pale green upper surface, white lower surface, ruffled lobes with black pycnidia, apothecia with brown centers
On a twig of small tree
pale green upper surface, white lower surface. narrow strands. Lots of isidia on margins of strands.
Looked like Platismatia herrei, but it had a white lower surface (not black).
on conifer bark
light was challenging, so I couldn't get a good photo
Blue green upper surface, dark lower surface with lighter brown tips, dark brown inside tube, brown apothecia, appressed and puffy tubes with occasional small lobules on ends.
On twig under old Doug firs
Cortex: K+ yellow, C-, KC- (could not tell if I found medulla or not)
H. enteromorpha (budding tube lichen)?
abundant in this area
The Parmeliaceae is a large and diverse family of Lecanoromycetes. With over 2000 species in roughly 87 genera, it is regarded as the largest family of lichen forming fungi. The most speciose genera in the family are the well-known groups: Xanthoparmelia (800+ species), Usnea (500+ species), Parmotrema (350+ species), and Hypotrachyna (190+ species).