A total of 13 new species of Viscaceae are described and illustrated for the genera Dendrophthora Eichler and Phoradendron Nutt. Dendrophthora erythrantha Kuijt is established from La Paz, Bolivia; P. palandensis is described from Zamora-Chinchipe, Ecuador. Eight species are newly described from Peru: five from Cajamarca (D. cryptantha Kuijt, D. microphylla Kuijt, D. subsessilis Kuijt, P. alatum Kuijt, and P. camposii Kuijt); two from Amazonas (D. verrucosa Kuijt and P. nickrentianum Kuijt); and one from Chachapoyas (P. prolongatum Kuijt). Three species are described from Venezuela: one from Carabobo (P. concinnum Kuijt) and two from Miranda (D. mirandensis Kuijt and P. mirandensis Kuijt).
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