Two new species are described: Erioderma glabrum (from the Antillean region and Ecuador) and Parmeliella conopleoides(from Brazil, Venezuela, and Costa Rica). Both species are unusual in their respective genera. Erioderma glabrum is the only glabrous species in the genus Erioderma, with no obvious close relations, while P. conopleoides is a species of the Parmeliella pannosa group and the first species in this genus known to have gymnidia.
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Vol. 104 • No. 2