IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

The Southern Talapoin is found in the coastal watersheds south of the Congo River, notably the Mebridege River, Loge River, Cuanza River, Nhia River, and Cuvo River (but spilling over into the upper reaches of the Cuango River). According to Groves (2001), this species is found on the coast of Angola, south to about 13'S, and into the Democratic Republic of Congo as far as the Cuango River and both sides of the Kasai River.


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