IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

This species is known only from Cerro Santa Ana (550 m asl) and the Fila de Monte Cano on the Peninsula de Paraguana, Estado Falcon, Venezuela (Anderson, 2003). The two known populations are isolated from each other (Anderson, 2003). Its distribution encompasses a 22-25 km² area (the approximate area above 200 m associated with Cerro Santa Ana and Monte Cano); however, it is likely that the area with viable populations is much smaller (Anderson, 2003).


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