HABITAT top of large noncalcareous outcrop; SUBSTRATE rock; ASPECT shaded.
I gave one specimen much like this to K. Knudsen, and he determined that it was “just” N. homalea, cautioning me to beware the variation in N. homalea, that you have to check for strands in the medulla to be sure. Of course, I had checked all my specimens. Presumably at least some some of the things I failed to find chondroid strands in must actually be N. combeoides as I claimed, right??
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