|Red List Category & Criteria:
||Herler, J., Williams, J.T. & Kovacic, M.
||Ahnelt, H., Larson, H. & Harvey, M.
||Francour, P., Bariche, M., Molinari, A. & Bilecenoglu, M.
Odondebuenia balearica is endemic to the Mediterranean Sea, recorded from eastern mainland Spain to Cyprus. Although O. balearica is known from scattered records within this range, it can be locally abundant and is likely under-represented in surveys. The population is assumed stable. There are no known widespread threats. Therefore, O. balearica is assessed as Least Concern.
|Previously published Red List assessments:|
- 2011 – Data Deficient (DD) –
|Range Description:||Odondebuenia balearica is endemic to the Mediterranean Sea, where it has been recorded from eastern mainland Spain to Cyprus (Kovačić and Gorani 2007). Odondebuenia balearica has been recorded from the Balearic Islands (Miller and Tortonese 1968), Gulf of Lyon (Escoubet et al. 1981), Naples (Ahnelt et al. 1994), Gulf of Taranto (Miller and Tortonese 1968), throughout the Adriatic Sea (Ahnelt et al. 1994, Kovačić et al. 2012b), Aegean Sea (Miller and Tortonese 1968, Koukouras et al. 1985) and Cyprus (Kovačić and Gorani 2007). It is likely distributed along the entire northern Mediterranean coast. Odondebuenia balearica occurs at depths of 11 to 70 m (Miller 1986, J. Herler pers. comm. 2014)|
Bosnia and Herzegovina; Croatia; Cyprus; France (France (mainland)); Greece (East Aegean Is., Greece (mainland)); Italy (Italy (mainland)); Montenegro; Slovenia; Spain (Baleares, Spain (mainland)); Turkey (Turkey-in-Asia, Turkey-in-Europe)
|FAO Marine Fishing Areas:|
Mediterranean and Black Sea
|♦ Lower depth limit (metres):||70|
|♦ Upper depth limit (metres):||11|
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