Groh, K., Seddon, M.B. & Allen, D.J.
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This species is endemic to the Azores in Portugal, where it is known from across the island of Terceira. although the extent of occurrence and area of occupancy are restricted, there are no known threats, and the species is assessed as Least Concern.
This species is endemic to the Azores Islands (Portugal; Frias Martins 1989, Cunha et al. 2005, 2010), where it is spread across the island of Terceira (A. de Frias Martins pers. comm. 2017).
There are no population data available.
Current Population Trend: Unknown
The species is found in grassland and within Mediterranean shrublands, often under stones (A. de Frias Martin pers. comm. 2016).
There are no known threats to this species.
No specific conservation actions are known for this species.