IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Rhyothemis semihyalinais an Afrotropical species widespread in Africa, Middle East, southern Asia, and Indian Ocean Islands. In East Africa the species is common and widespread in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Malawi. Its occurrence in Burundi is assumed. It ranges from South Africa (including Madagascar) to the Sahel, where its northern limit runs from Senegal to Ethiopia and Somalia. Disjunct localities were known in north east Algeria (extinct), Israel (extinct), Socotra (extinct) and south Oman,where the species still exists (Waterston 1981, Schneider and Dumont 1997, van der Weide and Kalkmann 2008, Reimer 2009).


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