This genus has one species present in Florida, the only species of this genus that occurs in the Eastern U.S.
County Records: Alachua, Franklin, Hamilton, Highlands, Lake, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Orange, Putnam, Union, Walton.
Dates: January-April in Florida, most common in February and March
Plants: This species is an oligolege on Vaccinium and Gelsemium. Also visits other spring-flowering plants for nectar such as Cercis, Viburnum, clover, and Azalea.
Notes: Probably occurs throughout the panhandle and the northern tier of counties in the peninsula.