Present on Pacific Islands? no
Primarily a threat at high elevations? no
Description: "Shrub or subshrub 0.8-1.5 m; stems cylindrical, slender, woody, striate, glabrous; leaves petiolate, blades elliptic, 6-12 x 2-3 cm, glabrous, very thin, grayish-green; inflorescence a short, terminal spike; flowers densely compacted; bracts minute, ovate, 2 mm long, margin entire; bracteoles small; calyx deeply 5-lobed, lobes subequal, lanceolate3-5 mm long, glabrous; corolla creamy-yellow to white to yellowish, 20-30 (50) mm long, tube infundibular, 10-15 mm long, bilabiate, lower lip strongly recurved, deeply 3-lobed, lobes subequal, narrowly oblong, 10-12 x 1-1.5 mm, apically obtuse, upper lip erect, narrow and concave, 10-12 x 3 mm, apically slightly bilobed; stamens 2, exserted; anthers 2-thecous, muticous; capsule obovate in outline, narrowly stipitate for about one-half its length, glabrous; seeds 4" (Wasshausen & Wood, 2004; p. 121).
Habitat/ecology: In Bolivia (native), "an apparently rare but possibly overlooked undershrub of seasonally dry forest growing between 450 and 1700 m" (Wasshausen & Wood, 2004; p. 121).
Native range: "From northern Argentina north to the Yungas of La Paz, [Bolivia]" (Wasshausen & Wood, 2004; p. 121).
Control: If you know of control methods for Schaueria azaleiflora, please let us know.