Frias Martins, A.
Neubert, E., Cuttelod, A. & Nichols, C.
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This species is found on six islands in the Azores; São Miguel, Terceira, São Jorge, Graciosa, Pico and Faial (Extent of occurrence = 60000 km2). It is adapted to several habitats and faces no major threats, therefore it is considered as Least Concern (LC).
This species is found on São Miguel, Terceira, São Jorge, Graciosa, Pico and Faial islands, Azores.
Napaeus delibutus is abundant throughout the islands São Miguel, Terceira, São Jorge, Graciosa, Pico and Faial, from near the sea level to the endemic forest.
Napaeus delibutus prefers wooded areas, where it can be found under rocks, decaying wood and amidst clumps of dried vegetation. The juveniles, and sometimes the adults, can be found climbing up the branches and leaves. It is also found in dry environments, under heaps of rocks and on stone walls.
This species is adaptable to different habitats; therefore no threats are foreseen.
No conservation measures are needed.