Five species and one hybrid of Baccharis with alate stems are recognized in the northern Andes between Colombia and central Peru, of which three species are endemic. A new species, B. woytkowskii, is described from northern Peru. Two species are restricted to northern Peru, and all northern Andean species occur there. Three species also occur in Ecuador and a single species in Colombia. Baccharis subbimera is neotypified and the species endemic to the northern Andes are described and illustrated. Morphological delimitation of species is discussed, and a determination key is provided.
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