Global Range: (20,000-2,500,000 square km (about 8000-1,000,000 square miles)) Central California (Constantine 1998) southeastward to southern Nevada, central Arizona, and west Texas, and south through northern Baja California and central mainland Mexico (Muniz-Martinez et al. 2003), to Zacatecas and Hidalgo (Simmons, in Wilson and Reeder 2005); apparently a permanent resident in the United States. Also South America: northern Venezuela, western Ecuador, western Peru, Bolivia, northern Argentina, Paraguay, and eastern Brazil; Cuba (Simmons, in Wilson and Reeder 2005). Not known from Central America, but it may occur there (Best et al. 1996). Reaches elevations of about 1,100 meters in Texas and 3,000 meters in Peru
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