Wuyi Mountain is located in the north of Fujian Province in east China. It has aboudant rain falls and suitable temperature during a year and has many different kinds of animals and plants. Wuyi Mountain sceneries doses to the Wuyishan City (27.8 degrees N, 118.0 degrees E), has average elevation of 350 in, belongs to typical Danxia landforms and has One Thread of the Sky, Wuyi Palace, Tiger Whistle Rock, Buddhism Temple for Always Happy and other sceneries. The State Nature Protect Region of this mountain is channeled into << Cultural and Natural Heritages of World for Name List >> by Unesco, in 1999. Our knowledge of Tardigrada. from this area and even entire middle-east China was rather meager. In November of 2005, the writer have collected some paper bags of mosses from above sceneries. Using precipitation method, the writer have gotten more tardigrade specimens from these mosses. All 11 species are newly recorded for Fujian Province. The following newly recorded species for east China were found: Echiniscus japonicus Morikawa, 1951; Echiniscus scabrospinesus Fontoura, 1982; Pseudechiniscus facettalis Petersen, 1951; Macrobiotus an ariekammensis Weglarska, 1965; Doryphoribius flavus (Iharos, 1966). Ramazzottius anomalus (Ramazzotti, 1962) is a newly recorded species for China and has 266.2 mu m body length, 79.9 ttm maximum width, without eyes, with 2 obvious longitudinal and 8 transverse colourless bands on dorsal surface, spherical pharynx with developed apophyses and 2 macroplacoids and eggs with ornamentations in the form spines. The following known species in east China were found Milnesium tardigradum Doyere, 1840; Macrobiotus harmsworthi harmsworthi Murray, 1907; Macrobiotus richtersi Murray, 1911; Macrobiotus terricola Mihelcic, 1949; Ramazzottius oberhaeuseri (Doyere, 1840) has 4 longitudinal and 9 transverse colourless bands on dorsal surface and eggs with ornamentations in the form of pital. All the specimens are deposited in the Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan.