Countries of Occurrence:
Spain - Canaries
Pauly, A. & Michez, D.
Roberts, S. & García, M.
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Listed as Least Concern as the species is widespread within the Canary Islands, the populations are large and believed to be stable and there are no known major threats to the species. However, research should be conducted to determine the population trends for the species as it is endemic to the Canary Islands and it is important to understand if there are any significant declines.
Lasioglossum laetum is endemic to the Canary Islands (Ebmer 1993). The extent of occurrence (EOO) is 48,171 km² and the area of occupancy (AOO) is 156 km².
A common and stable species within its very restricted range. There is no further information available for the population size and trend of this species.
The species has a sub-tropical habitat and is ubiquitous throughout, including sub-tropical grassland, sub-tropical and Mediterranean-type shrubland. There is no further information available on the habitat and ecology of this species.
The species is not listed in any National Red Lists or Red Data Books. It occurs within protected areas on the islands. Further research should be conducted to determine the population trends for the species.