Three species of lichen-forming fungi in the Gomphillaceae (Ostropales, Ascomycota) are described as new to science: Gyalideopsis sessile, Echinoplaca basalis and Tricharia duotela. The lichens were found on palm leaves in remnants of native vegetation on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University and at two other conserved sites in southwest Florida.
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Vol. 118 • No. 2