In this paper seven new species are described: Machimoides sofiae n. sp., from the Colombian Andes, Lichenodraculus holgeri n. sp., from the Guiana Shield and Venezuelan Amazon, Markia nicolasi n. sp., from Costa Rica, M. agudeloi n. sp., from Guyana (previously British Guiana) near the border with Suriname, M. bolivarensis n. sp., from the states of Bolívar and Amazonas in Venezuela (located on the Guiana Shield), M. guerreroi n. sp., and M. gaianii n. sp., from the Venezuelan Andes. A female of Apolinaria hygracantha (Karsch, 1896) is described and illustrated. Keys to species of all genera treated here are provided. The distribution of the genera Markia and Machimoides is discussed; for the latter genus discussion focuses on the current status of its species. Description of new species treated herein expands considerably the distribution range of the genera studied, also the generic diagnostic characters are enriched and reinforced.
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