IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)


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Range Description

Calotes aurantolabium is endemic to the Western Ghats, India and is known only from the Kalakkad-Mundunthurai Tiger Reserve (Krishnan 2008) and Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Agasthyamalai Hills in southern Western Ghats (P. Mrugank, S. Pal, S.P. Vijayakumar and K. Shanker pers. comms. 2011). It might occur more widely within the Agasthyamalai range. It occurs between 1,000 and 1,400 m asl. The two localities where it has been collected are approximately 2-4 km apart. The extent of occurrence based on the altitudinal range and available suitable habitat is estimated to be 30-50 km2.


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