The living species in this group were, for some years, placed in the family Adiheterothripidae (Mound et al., 1980). Two of the three genera with living species occur only in western North America, but the third is found from the Mediterranean region to India (Hoddle et al., 2012).
Bhatti (2006) placed the Adiheterothripidae in synonymy with the Stenurothripidae, a family that is based on fossils (together with Opadothripidae Bagnall, 1927, and Neocomothripidae zur Strassen, 1973). The Stenurothripidae now includes three genera of extant species, together with seven genera of species known only from fossils.
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Click to see a list of the 6 extant species.
Click to see a list of the 18 fossil species.
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Mound LA, Heming BS & Palmer JM (1980) Phylogenetic relationships between the families of recent Thysanoptera. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London 69: 111-141.
Mound LA, Tree DC & Paris D. (2012) Ozthrips – Thysanoptera in Australia. 
† Cenomanithrips Tobg, Shih & Ren, 2019
† Exitelothrips zur Strassen, 1973
Heratythrips Mound & Marullo, 1998
† Hispanothrips Penalver & Nel, 2010
Holarthrothrips Bagnall, 1927
† Neocomothrips zur Strassen, 1973
Oligothrips Moulton, 1933
† Opadothrips Priesner, 1924
† Progonothrips zur Strassen, 1973
† Rhetinothrips zur Strassen, 1973
† Scaphothrips zur Strassen, 1973
† Scudderothrips zur Strassen, 1973
† Stenurothrips Bagnall, 1914