The species P. angustidens was described citing several collections which are composed of two species. Apparently Pax didn't actually see the part of the material which is referable to P. stenodonta, so the name P. augustidens is referable to the second part of the material which was already described as P. wilsonii. See the discussion by Smith & Fletcher regarding this in Trans. & Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinb. 33:176. 1941. Presumably the sheet of Delavay 214 bis was originally in Paris, but though I can find collections under Delavay 314 bis from the same date, the sheet only sheet labelled 214 bis is now in Edinburgh.
An efarinose species, leaves obovate-elliptic with a short or obsolete winged petiole, rounded apex and a denticulate margin. Scapes to 45cm, 3-4 whorls of bright red- deep pink flowers. Calyx tubular campanulate, 5-6 mm. parted to the middle into lanceolate lobes with a pointed apex. If you have an image of this species in the wild, please contact the webmaster. 如果你有这个物种在野外的图像，请与网站管理员联系。