Two abundant ESR-active lantanofullerene species have been isolated with an efficient HPLC method. Each of isolated species was well identified as a stable metallofullerene molecule. Both mass and ET 9 spectra confirmed that they were La@C82 with 1.159-G and 0.836-G 139La hyperfine splittings. Visible and near-IR absorption spectra, cyclic and differential pulse voltammograms, and 13 C hyperfine splitting structures in ESR spectra for the samples showed features quite different from each other. Their differences were discussed on the basis of their structures.