is the important herbal plant in the family Liliaceae, which is used in oriental medicine. In this study, we annotated and analyzed the complete chloroplast genome of F. ussuriensis
. The chloroplast genome of F. ussuriensis
has a circle structure with 151,478 bp in length and contains a pair of 26,296 bp inverted repeat (IR) regions, which were separated by a large single copy (LSC) region of 81,697 bp and a small single copy (SSC) region of 17,189 bp. The overall nucleotide composition of the complete chloroplast genome is as follows: A of 31.1%, T of 31.9%, C of 18.9%, and G of 18.1%, with a total GﬂC content of the chloroplast genome 37.0%. The complete chloroplast genome of F. ussuriensis
encodes total 131 genes, including 85 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 38 transfer RNA genes (tRNAs), and eight ribosome RNA genes (rRNAs). The result of phylogenetic Maximum-Likelihood (ML) tree is set out that shows the closest relationship between F. ussuriensis
and Fritillaria karelinii
. The complete chloroplast genome provides basic data for further research of genus Fritillaria
species useful genome resource in China.