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Claudiotendipes n. gen. and Sigmoitendipes n. gen. are described and figured based on adults, pupae and larvae. Two species are included in Claudiotendipes: the type species, C. froehlichi n. sp. from Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Santa Catarina States in Brazil; and C. epleri n. sp. from Costa Rica. Five species are included in Sigmoitendipes, all from Brazil: the type species, S. susanae n. sp. from São Paulo, Mato Grosso, Amazonas and Pará States; S. fittkaui n. sp. from Mato Grosso and Pará; S. reissi n. sp. from São Paulo; and S. oliveirai n. sp. and S. spiesi n. sp., both from Mato Grosso. A cladistic analysis grouped the two new genera with Beardius, Oukuriella and Endotribelos. Keys to the males of the two new genera are presented.
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