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Even after reading about it in half a dozen sources, it’s still surprising when you actually see it. :)
Even though these specimens don’t look flattish like X.ulophyllodes is supposed to be, they have rhizines so plentiful and obvious, that I think it’s it – some books claim abundant rhizines as a best ID feature for this species.