IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Belgrandia boscaeis endemic to eastern Spain, where it is restricted to scattered localities in Provinces of Tarragona, Castelleon, Valencia and Cuenca (Rolan and Oliveira 2009). The region extends for approximately 200 km by 50 km, and as such the extent of occurrence (EOO) was estimated as 10,000 km. It is known from six locations in the region, three closely adjacent.

The type locality was Gandia (Valencia, Spain), with additional localities in Navajas (Castelleon), Fuente de Nogales (Castelleon), Castelinova (Castelleon), Segrobe (Castelleon), and Fuente de la Torre de la Carroba (Tarragona).


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