A total of 14 species are described in this genus.
Ten species from Australia, of which one is also known from East Africa, also one each described from Bali, Sulawesi, Japan, and Samoa. Undescribed species are known from New Guinea and Fiji.
Spore-feeding, on dead branches and within burrows of solitary bees.
Tribe Pygothripini, subtribe Pygothripina.
The most closely related genus seems to be Heptathrips.