IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Selaginella denticulata is a Mediterranean-Atlantic species, endemic to the Mediterranean basin and adjacent Atlantic regions. It occurs in the following countries:
- Algeria: very common in the north.
- Spain: very common in the south (including Balearic Islands).
- France: very common in Corsica, more sparsely distributed on the continent (Maures, Estrel, Biot, Languedoc-Roussillon, Albres).
- Greece: very common, widely distributed including the islands of Lesvos, Samos, Ikaria and Rodhos.
- Italy: in most of the country, Sardinia and Sicily
- Lebanon: coast and middle mountains (Sada, Beyrouth, Nahr el Kelb, Nahr Ibrahim, Ras Chekka-Hamate, Broummana, Moukhtara, Salima, Ghazir, Tripoli, ?Akkar, Jbel ?Aqroum)
- Morocco: High-Atlas, Middle-Atlas, Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, western mountains (Tazzeka, Targuist, Imzorne, Beni-Snassen), Rif.
- Portugal: very common south of Rio Douro.
- Tunisia: common in Kroumirie, Mogods (Sejenane, Kef en Nesour, La Galite), Northwest (Jbel Ichkeul), Tunis region, Cap Bon, Tunisian dorsale (from Bou Kornine to Jbel Chambi).
- Turkey: Lydia, Caria, Lycia and islands; Izmir (from Torbali to Ephesus, 50 m), Mugla (from Marmaris to Emecik, 350 m), Antalya (Kemer, 0-100 m)
- Eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, Cyprus and Malta.


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