Lying closely against the adjacent part, or against the ground.
- The cone specimens are mostly compressed or adpressed in preservation but their carbonized remains contain ribbed pollen.
- The sharp angle between the blade and the basal facet suggests that, like the palmate sclerites of H. evangelista, they were adpressed to the body surface.
- They also bear prominent ribs and are tightly adpressed to the body, but are larger than the palmate sclerites.
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