IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Conepatus semistriatus is a neotropical species and occurs within a disjunct distribution within Mesoamerica, the northern Andes and eastern Brazil. Its range begins in southern Mexico and continues south into northern Peru along the western Andes and east aacross northern Venezuela and into the llanos of Colombia, with an isolated populations in eastern Brazil (Nowak, 2005).


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