Anomobryum W. P. Schimper, 1860.

Anomobryum julaceum, photo by Wilson of Coleman 768

Anomobryum grows in the northern half of the state on thin soil over rocks primarily on roadcuts or cliff-bases, or along intermittent streamlets. This glossy, gray-green acrocarpous plant is readily recognized by its strongly julaceous, rather elongate stems.
see key to Pohlia Etc.

Species included:
Anomobryum concinnatum (Spruce) Lindb., recognized from CA since 2004
Anomobryum julaceum (Schrader ex P. G. Gärtner, B. Meyer & Scherbius) W. P. Schimper