IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

The species is endemic to the Maluku and Sulawesi region, Indonesia. It is widespread in Sulawesi and is also known from Taliabu Island in the Sula Islands. The precise extent of occurrence (EOO) and area of occupancy (AOO) are not known for this species. However, Cannon et al. (2007) suggest that there is little future threat from deforestation in Sulawesi simply as much of the most accessible and convertible sites have already been deforested. This means that although the total forest area in Sulawesi, and hence AOO of this species, is less than 6,000 km2 (Cannon et al. 2007), there is unlikely to be a continuing decline in the EOO or AOO of this species and its distribution should remain stable for the foreseeable future. The widespread distribution of this species across Sulawesi also makes the conservation status of this species more robust. Therefore, this species does not qualify for classification as threatened or Near Threatened.


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