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Two new species, Rhododendron dayaoshanense L. M. Gao & D. Z. Li from Guangxi, southern China, and Rhododendron longilobum L. M. Gao & D. Z. Li from Yunnan, southwestern China, are described and illustrated here. Rhododendron dayaoshanense, known only from Dayaoshan Mountain, Guangxi, is distinguished by the following characters: the leaves narrowly oblanceolate or oblong-lanceolate, short setose on undersurface and midrib, petiole densely glandular setose, pedicel densely gray-puberulent anddoi:10.2307/3393516 fatcat:nxbog7csqvgefpabhedno7vm4q