IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)


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Range Description

This species is only known with certainty from a single locality and a series of three specimens collected (by George Stein in 1931) from Gunung Sumuri in the Weyland range of Papua Province, Indonesia on the island of New Guinea (Stein 1932). It is likely to be a restricted to a small area, however, it is not known how many mountain tops the species occurs on. The type locality has not been revisited since the initial collection. It was collected at 2,500 m asl.


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