A second species of Krogia is described from six localities in the West Indies (Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago). It differs from K. coralloides mainly in the shape of the squamules and in the presence of 4-O-methylcryptochlorophaeic acid. Eschatogonia minuta, intermingled in one collection, is new to the West Indies (Trinidad).
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