IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

Ochotona hoffmanni occurs in a restricted geographic range (Hoffmann and Smith 2005). It occupies the subalpine regions of the Hentiyn Nuruu ridge of the Bayan-Ulan range in Mongolia, as well as the Erman Mountain range of the Russian Federation (Formozov et al. 1996; Formozov and Baklushinskaya 1999). The total extent of occurrence is approximately 600 sq. km (Formozov pers. comm.)


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