Huernia primulina N. E. Brown in Hooker's Icon. Pl. 20: T. 1906 (1890).
Etymology: primula (Lat.) - primrose; primrose yellow flower
Distribution: South Africa (Eastern Cape).
Distribution map of Huernia primulina (my own records, Leach 1988)
History: The "primrose Huernia" was discovered by Colonel James Henry Bowker near Grahamstown. Nicholas Edward Brown described the plant in 1890. He wrote "Corolla is smooth and glabrous outside and inside, entirely sulphur-yellow to golden-primrose, without markings or a purple area around the corona."