Frias Martins, A.
Neubert, E. & Nichols, C.
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This species is endemic to São Miguel island, Azores (Portugal). It is widespread on this island and has adapted to secondary forests; therefore no threats are foreseen and it is assessed as Least Concern (LC).
This species is endemic to São Miguel island, Azores (Portugal) (Mordan and Martins 2001).
This species is widely distributed on São Miguel (Mordan and Martins 2001).
This species lives in mountain forested habitats, endemic and secondary, under dead leaves and rotting branches, and among the rhizomes of Hedychium gardneranum.
This species has adapted well to secondary forest, mainly where there is good undergrowth of Hedychium, therefore no threats are foreseen.
There are no conservation measures needed.