IUCN threat status:

Critically Endangered (CR)

Distribution

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Range Description

Bifurcaria galapagensis is an endemic species from the Galápagos Islands, reported from numerous locations before 1983 (Taylor 1945, Hedgpeth 1969, Mead et al. 1972, Cinelli and Colantoni 1974, Wellington 1975, Hessler Expedition): off San Cristóbal (Wreck Bay), Floreana (Punta Cormorant, Black Beach), Pinzón, Rabida, Santa Cruz (opposite Gordon Rocks, Caamaño, Academy Bay), Fernandina (Punta Espinosa), Isabela (Puerto Villamil, Caleta Tagus), Plazas, Seymour, Santa Fé.

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