Introduced in French Polynesia.
The species is increasingly rare in the Society Islands but remains well distributed elsewhere.
The specie remains abundant and is not threatened.
Non threatened species and abundant in French Polynesia.
It is classified as “Critically Endangered” (CR) on the IUCN Red List.
The species is threatened. Predation by black rat is the main reason.
The species is listed in category A of the list of species protected by the territorial regulations of French Polynesia.
Common species in Polynesia.
The species is classified as “Least Concern” (LC) on the IUCN Red List.
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