IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

A. pfeifferiana has a wide distribution from Chad to Botswana, but in East Africa only known from a single locality in Uganda (Mandahl-Barth 1988).

Central Africa: This species is widespread from Cameroon and Gabon, south through the Congo, it is known from the mouth up to the Chambeshi River in Zambia.

Southern Africa: Appleton (1996) describes it as an uncommon species known only from Kunene, Okavango (including Delta) and upper Zambesi River systems. (see also Curtis 1991, Appleton and Curtis, in press). According to Graf and Cummings (2006) it is also found in the Kafue and Luangwa (this distribution is under A. subreniformis). It also is known from Nigeria to Zimbabwe and northern Namibia and South Africa.


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