Endemic to Grand and San Juan counties, Utah and adjacent Mesa County, Colorado. There are approximately 12 to 17 extant occurrences. Threats to the species are high as this species is vulnerable to trampling by hikers and mountain bikes, and occurs in high-use hiking and mountain biking areas.
Threats include trampling by hikers and mountain bikers.
There are approximately 5,000 individuals, distributed among fourteen occurrences in Utah and three occurrences in Colorado. There are also two other Colorado occurrences based on collection-based historic records (CNHP 2006 and UTNHP 2006).
There is no formal plan drafted and implemented.
Information on all aspects of this species' biology and ecology is needed.
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