The only viable population of the species is found in the Tbilisi City with surroundings. It is thought to introduced undesperately from the eastern Azerbaijan in XIX or XX century. In recent years, occasionally recorded in other cities of East Georgia, e.g. in Telavi.
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National Red List Status: N/A
IUCN Red List Status: LC
Protection status: Not defined
Comment: ინტროდუცირებული სახეობაა, არ ექვემდებარება შეფასებას
Georgian Name: კასპიური გეკონი
English Name: Caspian bent-toed gecko
Taxonomy according to: https://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/; www.biodiversity-georgia.net
References: Muskhelishvili, 1970; Tarkhnishvili et al., 2002
Evaluated By: Tarkhnishvili D., Iankoshvili G.
Date evaluated: Nov 2021