Pertusaria wulingensis Z. T. Zhao & Z. S. Sun sp. nov. is described from collections from Guizhou and Hunan provinces, China. The species is characterised by the pinkish pruinose disciform apothecia, the distinctly zoned margin and the presence of psoromic acid. It is known from mixed evergreen and deciduous broadleaf forest at elevations of 1240–1500 m.
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