Conservation ActionsA management plan is recommended for Rinjani National Park, including control of tourist numbers and restriction of camping activities which may degrade stream habitat. Extension of the national park to encompass the nearby locality is recommended. More targeted surveys in known suitable microhabitat are recommended to clarify whether this species is more widespread than presently recognized.
Location InformationThis species is only known from the island of Lombok, Indonesia, which has an area of 4,725 km². The species does not appear to occur island-wide, and is thought to be restricted to Rinjani and surrounding highlands in the north of the island (S. Reilly pers. comm. 2019). The type locality is on the north slope of the volcano and most records have been taken from around this area, but it may occur throughout the highlands based on its likely ecology (S. Reilly pers. comm. 2019). The elevation of the type locality (Sandang Gille) appears to be around 2,000 ft (700 m).