IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

India: Maharashtra state: Mumbai [Bombay], Western Ghats; Kham River, near Aurangabad; West Bengal state: Coonoor, Nilgiris; Tamil Nadu state: Shervaroy Hills; South Arcot. Barytelphusa cunicularis sensu Bott, 1970b, is a widely distributed species in a north-south direction along much of the Western Ghats, and is known from Maharashtra state, the general area around Bombay, including Pune (=Poona) and Manjra (=Manjira) River along the Balaghat Range in the north; through Karnataka State, Dharward and Dandeli; Nilgiris, Annamalai (see also Bott,1970b). This species is also found in many localities in Kerala, southwestern India.


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