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BackHalictus concinnus Brullé, 1839

Halictus concinnus Brullé, 1839

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Class: Insecta
  • Order: Coleoptera
  • Family: Halictidae
LC Least Concern
IUCN Red List Status:

Countries of Occurrence:
Spain - Canaries

Archipelago(s):
Canaries

Assessor/s:
Michez, D., Nieto, A. & Pauly, A.

Reviewer/s:
Bilz, M. & Roberts, S.

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Assessment Rationale:

Listed as Least Concern in view of its overall stable population. However, the species has a small area of occupancy (AOO) of 52 km² and is potentially threatened by urbanization.

Geographic Range:

Halictus concinnus is endemic to the Canary Islands (Ebmer 1972). The extent of occurrence (EOO) is 38,124 km² and the area of occupancy (AOO) is 52 km².

Regions:
Spain - Canaries
Extent of Occurrence (EOO):
38124 (km2)
Area of Occupancy (AOO):
52 (km2)
Elevation Lower Limit:
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Elevation Upper Limit:
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Biogeographic Realms:
Paleartic
Presence:
Extant
Origin:
Endemic Canaries
Seasonality:
Resident

Population:

The species is not rare. The population trend is possibly stable.

Habitat and Ecology

This species inhabits sandy soils in coastal areas.

Major Threat(s):

The species is probably threatened by urbanization.

Conservation Actions

There are no direct conservation measures in place for this species. It is not known if the species is present within any protected areas. Additional studies are needed into the taxonomy, distribution, abundance, general ecology and threats of this species.