After some searching we found a road heading to the Bazoft valley, this valley runs parallel with the Kuhrang valley on the opposite side of the Zarde Kuh. Before we entered the valley we came across a pass(Charee pass), and here we found on the 7th of May 2003, what we tought was Dionysia lamingtonii. The plants which grow on the rocks on this pass are now considered as being Dionysia zetterlundii. They all grow on vertical rocks at an altitude of approx. 2800m. Next day, after we spend the night in the very scenic Bazoft valley close to the river, we found some more plants which did not look like the plants we found on the pass. These plants were growing on vertical rocks along the roadside also, but at a much lower altitude: approx. 1740m.
They now can be considered as being Dionysia lamingtonii, unfortunately not flowering. See also the Guest Photographers page: Dionysia lamingtonii.