Pomona College Journal of Entomology
Having been engaged for many years in the collection and study of material in this family, such results as have been obtained will now be published from time to time. A provisional table of the genera is presented herewith. Dr. Brauns has kindly sent a specimen of his South African Oxybelomorpha. It is evidently closely related to Oxybelus, but possesses mandibles deeply emarginate below. The sub-median cell is much shorter than the median, the transverse median nervure uniting with the median much before the origin of the larval nervure; but this condition occurs also among some of our American Oxybelus. The form of the sentellar armature in Oxybelomorpha is quite unique.
Baker, Carl F., "Studies in Oxybelidae I" (1909). An. Paper 238.