Primula pelargoniifolia G. Hao, C.M. Hu & Z.Y. Liu sp. nova (Primulaceae) is described from Chongqing, China, and illustrated. In general morphology it is most similar to the species in Primula section Cortusoides, which are characterized by lack of farina, subrounded leaf blade with a crenate-lobulate margin and a deeply cordate base, and by narrowly campanulate calyx that is not accrescent after anthesis. Superficially P. pelargoniifolia resembles P. heucheriifolia, but differs from it by having yellow flowers in 2–4 superimposed umbels on the scape.
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