Countries of Occurrence:
Spain - Canaries
Temple, H.J., Cuttelod, A. & Neubert, E.
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Although this species has a relatively restricted range, its population trend is stable and there are no known major threats. Consequently it is assessed as Least Concern.
This species was described in 2007 (Alonso & Ibanez 2007). It is endemic to the north-east of Tenerife, where it is found at altitudes of 650-980 m in the Anaga mountains. It is known from 15 sites and five locations. Its AOO is estimated at 50 km² and EOO at 20 km².
The population trend is stable.
It is found in temperate forest (Laurisilva).
There are no known threats to this species.
The entire distribution of the species is within a protected area.