Cloning and sequencing of the partial reverse transcriptase gene (750 bp) of the Bov-B LINE retrotransposon have been held in parthenogenetic lizards Darevskia unisexualis and its assumed parental bisexual species D. nairensis and D.valentini. It was shown that the percentage of transcriptionally active copies of this gene, which does not contain a stop codon, is almost the same in the three species and is about 75%. The intragenomic divergence level of these sequences is low and was found to be 2.6% in D. unisexualis, 1.9% in D. nairensis, and 1.6% in D. valentini. The phylogenetic analysis shows the distribution of copies of D. unisexualis in each of the two clusters of RT sequences characteristic of D. nairensis and D. valentini. This result supports the view of the hybrid origin of D. unisexualis and does not exclude intraspecific hybridization between D. nairensis and D. valentini.