IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

Distribution

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Range Description

Chondrus hancockii is an endemic species to the Galápagos Islands, reported from: Floreana: Black Beach Achorage (Taylor 1945) and Loberia Chiquita (CDRS record 2002); Isabela: Urvina Bay (1974 CDS; 1995 CDS, L. Garke pers. comm.), Cabo Berkeley (1987 CDS, L. Garske pers. comm.) and Caleta Iguana (2004 UC, K.A. Miller pers. comm., 2001 CDS, L. Garske pers. comm.).

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