se. Canada to n. South America; in our area, most spp. (17) are restricted to sw. US, the rest are mostly found in se. US, with 3 spp. ranging wider in the east(1), two of them reaching se. Canada (QC-MB)(2)
[This is] an impossible genus to separate, like the Aneflomorpha. Absolutely too much individual variation to pin down a species name. [...] I have seen many Anelaphus from one side of Texas to the other, and it is an impossible task to put species names on everything. --Dan Heffern, 9.ix.2009
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