Primula anthemifolia G. Hao, C.M. Hu & Yuan Xu sp. nova (Primulaceae) from Sichuan, China, is described and illustrated. It is highly distinctive, with rounded pinnatisect inner leaves accompanied by subcapitate umbels, which is unique in the genus. In key morphological features it is similar to sect. Aleuritia subsect. Glabra, which is characterized by a dwarf stature, compact head-like umbels, and a calyx that equals the corolla-tube and has oblong lobes.
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