IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

Helicopsis striata is a steppe species that has a very fragmented distribution and is found in Central and eastern Europe to the regions around the Black Sea, such as Ukraine and Moldovia (Kantor et al, 2009). The western-most border of its range is in eastern France (Colmar) and western Germany (Saarlouis). There is an isolated occurrence in Sweden which is the northernmost site.

Outside Europe, this species also occurs in the western part of Turkey, where it has a scattered distribution (Hausdorf, 1990).

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