Four species of lichens are reported as new to South America, namely the cosmopolitan or bipolar Dermatocarpon polyphyllum and Xylographa abietina, and the austral Hypocenomyce australis and H. foveata. The following four taxa are reported for the first time for Argentina: Baeomyces rufus, Cystocoleus ebeneus, Lecanora intricate, and Placynthiella icmalea, and the range of Trapeliopsis granulose is extended to Tierra del Fuego.
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Vol. 106 • No. 4