The only Franciscan male hermits I’ve seen are Anglicans in Australia. (Just putting that out there because it came to mind first).
That being said, all Franciscans are usually active. Only God knows how many variations-on-a-theme are out there.
The Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (CFRs) were founded in the Bronx, weren’t they? They had a lot of publicity from being a new community, and Fr. Benedict Groechel, CFR, didn’t hurt their cause, either.
Capuchins grow beards, and follow the rule as precisely as possible.
Conventuals are big into convent living. My understanding of the difference between them and the OFMs are that the OFMs originally didn’t have any property whatsoever. The Conventuals broke off and built convents. Now the OFMs have friaries.
There’s also the Third Order Regular of St. Francis, which has all three branches – friars, cloistered nuns, and active sisters.