It is found along the coasts of the Black Sea, Sea of Azov, Caspian Sea, and Aegean Sea (west to Aliakmon basin in Greece). It was also introduced to the Aral Sea. It is also found in a marine environment within a freshwater areas such as lakes, estuaries, lagoons, and in shallow areas with a lot of vegetation.
The Caucasian dwarf goby feeds on small crustaceans and chironomid larvae. 
The life of a Caucasian dwarf goby is averaged to about two years long. It is known to spawn after living its first winter. The eggs are attached under stones, plant material, or shells and are defended by the male.
The average size of an unsexed male is about 5 centimeters long. 
- "Knipowitschia caucasica (Berg, 1916) Caucasian dwarf goby". FishBase. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
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- Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2012). "Knipowitschia caucasica" in FishBase. September 2012 version.
- World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1996. Knipowitschia caucasica. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 4 August 2007.
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