Groh, K., Neubert, E. & Cuttelod, A.
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The species is found in many localities and, although it has a small range, it is not considered threatened at present due to the availability of habitat and its tolerance to disturbance and changing habitat conditions. It is therefore listed as Least Concern (LC).
This species is endemic to the island of Madeira, where it is widespread in suitable habitats (Seddon 2008).
There are no data on population trends, although the species is believed to be stable.
The species is ground-dwelling, found on grassy slopes, fields, shrubby areas, rocky slopes and wooded habitats.
There are no specific threats to this species, although there are localised declines within the range due to habitat loss.
There are no known conservation actions for this species and none are considered necessary.