C. hoffmanni has two disjunct populations. The northernmost population ranges from Nicaragua south into western Venezuela. The southern population is found from north-central Peru through extreme western Brazil (south-western Amazonas and probably Acre states) to central Bolivia. There is a doubtful, outlying record for this species from the Rio AripuanÃ£, Mato Grosso state, Brazil (Fonseca and Aguiar 2004). Its range within Brazil is unclear, and further surveys are needed. This species ranges from sea level to 3,300 m asl in Costa Rica; up to 1,925 m asl in Panama; and up to 1,150 m asl in the southern Andes of Venezuela. In Colombia, the species is found in the biogeographical regions of the Andean zone, Caribbean and ChocÃ³, more specifically in the departments of Cauca, ChocÃ³, Cundinamarca, NariÃ±o, QuindÃo, Sucre, Valle del Cauca, and Santanderes from sea level up to 3,000 m asl (Alberico et al. 2000; Moreno 2003; Acevedo and Sanchez 2007).