out of focus but should be enough to identify if you know?
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Your photographs are of moss species.
I agree with Jenny, it's moss.
Confusing mosses and lichens is very common when just starting out looking at lichens, one of the things I get people to do is rub their fingers over the specimen. If it's soft(ish) and a bit bouncy to touch then it's likely to be moss. Lichen tends to feel a bit harder and scratchier.
Also, because only part of the lichen (the algae part) photosynthesizes lichens tend to be a less bright green than your moss shown, they are a bit more grey in colour. Difficult though until you've seen some fruticose lichens!
Hope that helps a bit.
OPAL Community Scientist
Yorkshire and Humber
I did the same thing with my first 'fruticose lichen'!
A moss, probably Brachythecium sp or Rhynchostegium sp. A hand lens should show distinct stem and leaves, precluding a lichen
Lat/Lng: 51.4, -2.6
OS grid ref: ST5974