Primulina glandaceistriata from Lingchuan County, Guangxi, is illustrated and described as a new species. It is morphologically close to P. dryas and P. beiliuensis, but can be easily distinguished by its leaf blades oval, ovate or nearly rounded, and both leaf surfaces being sparsely purple strigulose and the hairs with a papillose base; shorter peduncle 7.5-9.5 cm long that is densely erectly purple pilose; bracts inside densely erectly purple pilose; corolla pale purple to purple, inner surface glabrous and with sparse purple spots and two obviously brown stripes, and the outer surface piloglandulose; staminodes longer, ca. 7.5 mm long. The conservation status of this new species was assessed as “Critically Endangered” (CR).
Primulina glandaceistriata (Gesneriaceae), a new species from Guangxi, China