Countries of Occurrence:
Portugal - Madeira
Henriques, S. & Russell, N.
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Hogna nonannulata is only known from one locality in the laurisilva forest of Madeira Island, Portugal. This species is assessed as Data Deficient (DD) due to the lack of knowledge on its distribution, ecology and possible threats. More research is needed in order to assess its extinction risk.
The true distribution of Hogna nonannulata is unknown (Roewer 1960, Wunderlich 1995), although it might be present exclusively in laurisilva forest on Madeira Island, Portugal. The species EOO and AOO are unknown.
The population size and trends are unknown.
The species was found from few sites in humid laurisilva forest (Ribeiro Frio) on the northern slopes of Madeira Island. It is an active ground hunter feeding mainly on small/medium size arthropods.
The threats to this species are unknown.
No specific conservation measures are in place for this species, but the known locality is inside the Madeira Natural Park. Basic information is needed on its distribution, ecology and possible threats.