Habitat is declining in extent, area
and quality in parts of this species's very small and fragmented range. It
is close to being listed as Endangered, but is known from more than five
locations and consequently only qualifies as Vulnerable.
Habitat destruction and
fragmentation, and hunting for food threaten this species4,5,6.
Away from Coiba, most lowland areas in its range have already been
Coiba is a national park protecting
nearly 30% of this species's range. On the mainland, it occurs within
and El Montuso Forest Reserve3.
*Survey to assess numbers within
protected areas and identify additional sites requiring protection. *Study
the species's ecological requirements5. *Assess the
extent of habitat loss within protected areas and the region as a whole.
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