IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

This species' type locality is within the Rio Puela Valley (Rio Pastaza Drainage) on the southern versant of Tungurahua volcano, Ecuador, at 2,750 m above sea level. Since the type locality was described this species has been found nearby, on the eastern slope of the Tungurahua volcano, San Antonio Mountains (Reyes-Puig et al. 2008). The area in which this species is distributed is approximately 286 km.


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