IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

The geographic range of this species extends from extreme southern California (United States) (vicinities of Cameron Corners, Campo, and Potrero Grade) south through all but the Lower Colorado Desert region of northeastern Baja California to at least Todos Santos in the Cape Region, Baja California Sur, and encompasses the Pacific islands of Isla de Cedros, Isla Magdelena, and Isla Santa Margarita (McGuire 1996, Grismer 2002, Stebbins 2003); the species is narrowly syntopic with G. wislizenii over a zone of about 1.6 km in Paseo de San Matias, Baja California (see McGuire 1996 and Grismer 2002 for further details).


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