Countries of Occurrence:
Spain - Canaries
Groh, K. & Alonso, M.R.
Seddon, M.B., Neubert, E. & Cuttelod, A.
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This species has a small range (area of occupancy is 12 km2) and occurs in three locations, where it lives in Laurisilva forest and there are no known threats to this forest and there is no active management of the forest. The species is assessed as Near Threatened, although it would qualify for a higher status, should there be an active threat to the range.
There are two known subspecies for this species, Hemicycla glyceia glyceia is only known as a Quaternary fossil, whereas Hemicycla glyceia silensis is known living in the Monte del Agua in the north-western part of Tenerife.
The population of this species is stable.
This species is found in Laurisilva forest and there are no known threats to this forest and there is no active management of the forest.
This species is present in Laurisilva forest where there are no known threats and no active management of the forest.
The complete distribution area of this species is under local conservation schemes.