Two new species of Podandrogyne, P. flammea, endemic to Pacific coastal and western Andean Ecuador and Colombia, and P. websteri, restricted to four northern provinces of Ecuador but found mostly in Pichincha, are described and illustrated. These taxa are generally distinguished by flower and fruit size and leaf blade number and texture. A general likeness suggests affinity to the species cluster represented by P. glabra.
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Vol. 25 • No. 2