Pseudoyoungia simulatrix (Babc.) D. Maity & Maiti of Cichorieae-Asteraceae, which has been also treated Youngia simulatrix (Babc.) Babc. & Stebb. or Tibetoseris simulatrix (Babc.) Sennikov since its description by Babcock as Crepis simulatrix Babc. from China, Nepal and India. in 1928. In India this species is found only in Sikkim. In the latter territory the species has been rediscovered after a lapse of more than a century. Detailed description, photographs, notes on distribution and ecology, nomenclatural history are provided. Its threat status (as per IUCN) in India is proposed based on the field observation.