Rinodina capensis and three other Rinodina species from Chile
Keywords:distribution, lichens, new records, Physciaceae
Records of four Rinodina species and Orcularia insperata from the Los Lagos region and Aysén Region in Chile are presented. Orcularia insperata and Rinodina capensis are new to Chile. Information on the worldwide distribution of these species and three others is provided. Furthermore, a key is provided to the Rinodina and related species currently known from Chile.
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