IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

This species is found in the United States in the Los Angeles Basin and foothills of San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains in Ventura, Los Angeles, and Riverside counties north to Santa Barbara County and through the southern Sierra Nevada, including Mount Pinos, Tehachapi and San Gabriel mountains, and northern San Fernando Valley (Sullivan and Best, 1997). Populations extending southward into Baja California are now allocated to Dipodomys simulans (Sullivan and Best, 1997).

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