Description from Flora of China
Lagochilus iliensis C. Y. Wu & Hsuan.
Herbs perennial. Stems ca. 30 cm tall, white, sparsely minutely hispid, base branched, subglabrous. Petiole 2-4 mm; leaf blade rhombic-triangular, 2.2-3 × 2.1-3 cm, leathery, minutely hispid, densely so abaxially, glandular, pinnatipartite, base abruptly attenuate into a narrowly winged petiole; lobes ovate to oblong, basal 2 3-partite or pinnatipartite, apex rounded, short spinescent. Verticillasters 4-8-flowered; bracteoles subulate, horizontal or slightly reflexed, 0.8-1.5 cm, apex spreading hispid, base glabrescent. Calyx narrowly campanulate, ca. 1.9 × 0.7 cm; teeth broadly ovate, ca. 6 × 4.5-5.5 mm, netted, apex rounded, short spinescent; tube densely spreading villous, glandular hairy. Corolla rose, 2.5-3 × as long as calyx; upper lip straight, lobes many lobulate, margin villous; middle lobe of lower lip 2-lobed, lobules ovate to circular, all lobes 2-toothed at apex.
Dry, gravelly slopes. Xinjiang [Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan].