This was good to find.. only one specimin is known in the state and it was found in 1927 http://www.tropicos.org/Name/35185905?tab=specimens
I'm not surprised that it's Basionym is: Lepidozia californica Austin
This looks to be a Lepidozia, but it's large for a reptans and it's brownish rather than bright green. This was at 3,800 feet growing on the top of the base of a pistol butted Mountain Hemlock. Leaf cells are about 15um, leaves are about 1mm long depending on where you measure. Stem is about 2.5mm wide. Spores are 25-30um, round and worty.
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microscopic movie leaf detail