P. brongersmai is found in portions of three ecoregions in western North Africa: Mediterranean acacia-argania dry woodland, Atlantic coastal desert, and North Saharan steppe and woodlands (World Wildlife Fund & Hogan, 2008). This species range is restricted to western, southern and eastern Morocco, extending into northern Western Sahara and into northwestern Algeria. The range is disjunctive, with the larger portion being Y-shaped, including an elongated near-coastal area and a very long inland valley stretching from the vicinity of Al Ayun east of the Atlas Mountains to the area of Er Rachidia; a smaller disjunctive coastal element of the range is found below Al Ayun. The range is entirely mainland.Elevation of occurrence is from sea level to 1600 meters above mean sea level (Salvador et al. 2006).
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