baueri is an uncommon species of shrub found near the north
coast. It has long narrow leaves. It resembles the more common L. micranthum, except that the flowers have larger
stamens, the leaves do not have the
secondary veins depressed, the sepals (the obvious petal-like parts
of the flower) are relatively broad and the bracts (the brown or
green structures at the base of the flower sometimes confused with
sepals) curve up (see the picture).