The genus Menegazzia comprises five species in Taiwan, three of which are newly described: M. anteforata, M. primaria, and M. pseudocyphellata. All new species have the stictic acid complex chemistry, two-spored asci, bifusiform conidia, and lack soredia and isidia. They differ in medullary hyphae color, perforation shape and size, and apothecium margin ornamentation, as well as by gross morphology of the thallus and lobe configuration.
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