- Scientific Name: Lycoris tsinlingensis P.C.Zhang, Yi Jun Lu & Ting Wang
- Ref: Ann. Bot. Fenn. 57(4-6): 193 (2020).
- Chinese Common Name: 秦岭石蒜 qín lǐng shí suàn
- Family: Amaryllidaceae
- Genus: Lycoris
- Distribution: Shaanxi, Hubei
- Type: Shaanxi Province, Xi’an City, Zhouzhi County, Tsinling National Natural Reserve, on the slope of deciduous broad leaved forest, 990 m a.s.l., 16 July 2014 P.C. Zhang 028 (holotype HHBG).
Perennial herbs; bulbs ovoid, ca. 4 cm in diam., tunics membranous, dark brown. Leaves appearing in spring, basal, 6–8, strap-shaped, olive-green, 35–45 cm long, ca. 1.5 cm wide, upper surface with distinct pale mid-vein, apex rounded. Umbel 4–6-flowered; peduncle erect, solid, 50–60 cm long; spathe bracts 2, lanceolate, 4–4.5 cm long, 1–1.2 cm wide at base, membranous, light green in bud, brown at flowering; pedicels 2–4 cm long. Flowers zygomorphic, perianth with 6 tepals, yellow in bud with red stripes, orange in anthesis with a faint yellow abaxial midvein, lanceolate, 6.5–7.5 cm long, 1.1–1.3 cm wide, tepal margin moderately undulate and recurved at tip; perianth tube 1.5–2 cm long. Stamens 6, nearly as long as or somewhat longer than the perianth; filament orange at tip and yellow at base, anther yellow. Style yellow but apex red, 8.5–9.5 cm long, ovary hypogynous, green. Capsule 3-valved, seeds black when mature, hemispherical. Flowering from early to mid-July.