Thirteen lichen species are reported new for Washington State: Agonimia tristicula, Arthonia macounii, Fulgensia subbracteata, Hypocenomyce anthracophila, Lecanora albellula, Lecanora hybocarpa, Leptogium schraderi, Massalongia microphylliza, Physconia leucoleiptes, Rinodina calcigena, Solorina bispora, Thyrea confusa, and Toninia tristis var. scholanderi. These reports are from seven localities, mostly from the drier, eastern counties. I highlight the need for statewide conservation assessment of these species.
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