Its natural distribution includes countries bordering the northern Mediterranean, from northeastern Spain to countries rrounding the Black Sea. Currently two bspecies are recognized
T. h. hermanni: countries and islands of the northwestern Mediterranean: Spain, Southern France, Italy, Albania, "Yugoslovia", Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Monte Black, Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Greecia, E Turkey.
T. H. booettgeri: coast of Yugoslavia, Albania, Greecia, Bulgaria, Servia sea Negro.m
Living in areas of Mediterranean forest, scrubland, with open vegetation composed of aromatic plants, shrubs and plants and trees that allow the n to reach the ground.
America South ()
Spain (Catalonia , Baleares, reintroduced in Valencia) , Southern France ( incl. Corsica ), Italy ( incl. Sardina , Sicily , Elba, Pianosa , Lampedusa) , Albania , coast " Yugoslovia " , Croatia (including some Adriatic islands ) , Bosnia Herzegovina , Monte Black , Macedonia , Serbia , Bulgaria , Romania, Greecia ( incl. the Ionian islands, Corfu = Corfou ), E Turkey . T.H.b Booettgeri : coast of Yugoslavia , Albania, Greecia , Bulgaria, Servia sea Negro
Introduced in Malta.
TH hermanni , in Spain , small isolated populations in Catalonia ( Alberes ), Valencia (Castellon ) and the islands of Mallorca and Menorca, rvive in these areas forming small isolated populations, and these communities are carrying out projects is reintroduction and repopulation .
In the case of Catalonia from captive bred , they are trying to repopulate some areas of the Garraf and points south of Tarragona. In the community of Valencia and this had extingido reintroducing Castelllon .
In France south of France in the Maures massif