PROTECTION STATUS: Endangered
YEAR LISTED: 2016
CRITICAL HABITAT: None
RANGE: Small sandy pockets of pine rockland habitat in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
THREATS: Habitat loss and fragmentation due to development of its habitat to agricultural and urban land uses, insufficient fire management, climate change, sea-level rise
POPULATION TREND: The population trend for this insect is not concretely known. However, recent surveys indicate that populations may be declining due to historic land-use conversion and current vegetation encroachment.