Countries of Occurrence:
Spain - Canaries
Groh, K. & Neubert, E.
Cuttelod, A. & Bilz, M.
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This species is relatively widespread and there is no known major threat. It is therefore considered to be Least Concern (LC). Monitoring and scientific research on the subpopulations of this species are strongly recommended for the future.
This species is endemic to the island of La Gomera. There is no specific locality mentioned by the original author. It is found in coastal areas in the south and east of the island.
There is no information available on on the population size or trend of this species.
This species lives in the dry temperate shrub vegetation (Piso basal).
Potential threats to this species are destruction of the habitat by quarrying, urbanisation, road construction and agriculture. However the destruction of the entire habitat is not very likely.
There is no conservation action in place for this species. Monitoring and scientific research on the subpopulations of this species are strongly recommended for the future.