Liriope zhejiangensis G.H. Xia & G.Y. Li (Asparagaceae), from Zhejiang Province, eastern China, is described and illustrated as a new species. It is similar to L. muscari, but differs by the yellow, fleshy and odorous rhizome; soft and narrow leaves with an acuminate apex and lower surface pale green when dry; articulate pedicel apex; and by the purple filaments, stigma and ovary.
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