IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

This species is primarily known from central Coahuila in northeastern Mexico (Peterson et al. 2004, Villarreal-Quintanilla and Encina-Dominguez 2005). However, specimens were found in Hudspeth County, Texas, in 1980 and also from Brewster County, Texas, in 2003 (Turner 2004, Barkworth et al. 2007a). It is not clear whether it is a recent introduction or has just not been identified here previously (Barkworth et. al. 2007b). This species closely resembles the more widespread Sprorobolus pyramidatus (Barkworth et al. 2007a).

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