IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

The geographic range of this species includes extreme southwestern California in the United States (desert and coastal sides of mountains in San Diego County) and the full length of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico, including the Pacific islands of Magdalena and Santa Margarita and many islands in the Gulf of California (Ballena, Carmen, Cayo, Coronados, Danzante, El Coyote, El requeson, Espiritu Santo, Gallina, Gallo, Gaviota, Islitas, Las Animas, Pardo, Partida Sur, San Cosme, San Damian, San Francisco, San Jose, San Marcos and Tijeras), but excluding the Vizcaíno Desert region of central Baja California (Grismer 2002). Its elevational range extends from sea level to about 2,120 m (6,950 feet) (Grismer 2002).

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