P. A. Adams 1957. A new genus and new species of Chrysopidae from the western United States, with remarks on the wing venation of the family (Neuroptera). Psyche, 63:67–74.
P. A. Adams 1970. A review of the New World Dilaridae. Postilla, 148:1–30.
S. B. Archibald , W. H. Bossert , D. R. Greenwood , and B. D. Farrell 2010. Seasonality, the latitudinal gradient of diversity, and Eocene insects. Paleobiology, 36:374–398.
S. B. Archibald and V. N. Makarkin 2006. Tertiary giant lacewings (Neuroptera: Polystoechotidae): revision and description of new taxa from western North America and Denmark. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 4:119–155, .
F. A. Bather 1909. Visit to the Florissant exhibit in the British Museum (Natural History). Proceedings of the Geologists Association of London, 21:159–165.
S. J. Brooks 1997. An overview of the current status of Chrysopidae (Neuroptera) systematics. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift (N.F.), 44:267–275.
F. M. Carpenter 1943. Osmylidae of the Florissant shales, Colorado (Insecta-Neuroptera). American Journal of Science, 241:753–760.
F. M. Carpenter 1960. Fossil Nemopteridae (Neuroptera). Psyche, 66:20–24.
F. M. Carpenter , T. E. Snyder , C. P. Alexander , M. T. James , and F. M. Hull 1938. Fossil insects from the Creede Formation, Colorado. Part 1. Introduction, Neuroptera, Isoptera and Diptera. Psyche, 45:105–118.
E. A. CoBabe , K. R. Chamberlain , M. A. Ivie , and J. J. Giersch 2002. A new insect and plant Lagerstätte from a Tertiary lake deposits along the Canyon Ferry Reservoir, southwestern Montana. Rocky Mountain Geology, 37:13–30.
T. D. A. Cockerell 1913. Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 44:341–346.
T. D. A. Cockerell 1914. New and little-known insects from the Miocene of Florissant, Colorado. Journal of Geology, 22:714–724.
L. M. Díaz-Aranda and V. J. Monserrat 1995. Aphidophagous predator diagnosis: key to genera of European chrysopid larvae (Neur.: Chrysopidae). Entomophaga, 40:169–181.
D. R. Greenwood and S. L. Wing 1995. Eocene continental climates and latitudinal temperature gradients. Geology, 23:1044–1048.
D. R. Greenwood , S. B. Archibald , R. W. Mathewes , and P. T. Moss 2005. Fossil biotas from the Okanagan Highlands, southern British Columbia and northeastern Washington State: climates and ecosystems across an Eocene landscape. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42:167–185.
D. Grimaldi and M. S. Engel 2005. Evolution of the Insects. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, .
I. C. Harding and L. S. Chant 2000. Self-sedimented diatom mats as agents of exceptional fossil preservation in the Oligocene Florissant Lake Beds, Colorado, United States. Geology (Boulder), 28:195–198.
D. E. Kimmins 1952. Some new Australian Chrysopidae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, , 5:69–81.
R. McLachlan 1868. New genera and species, etc., of neuropterous insects; and a revision of Mr. F. Walker's British Museum Catalogue of Neuroptera, part ii (1853), as far as the end of the genus Myrmeleon. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology, 9:230–281.
H. W. Meyer 2007. A review of paleotemperature–lapse rate methods for estimating paleoelevation from fossil floras. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, 66:155–171.
P. T. Moss , D. R. Greenwood , and S. B. Archibald 2005. Regional and local vegetation community dynamics of the Eocene Okanagan Highlands (British Columbia/Washington State) from palynology. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42:187–204.
G. E. Mustoe 2005. Diatomaceous origin of siliceous shale in Eocene lakebeds of central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42:231–241.
A. Nel , X. Delclòs , and A. Hutin 2005. Mesozoic chrysopid-like Planippenia: a phylogenetic approach (Insecta: Neuroptera). Annales de la Société Entomologique de France, 41:29–68.
N. R. O'Brien , H. W. Meyer , K. Reilly , A. M. Ross , and S. Maguire 2002. Microbial taphonomic provesses in the fosisl ization of insects and plants in the late Eocene Florissant Formation, Colorado. Rocky Mountain Geology, 37:1–11.
Y. Otofuji , T. Matsuda , T. Itaya , T. Shibata , M. Matsumoto , T. Yamamoto , C. Morimoto , R. G. Kulinich , P. S. Zimin , A. P. Matyunin , N. G. Sakhno , and K. Kimura 1995. Late Cretaceous to early Paleogene paleomagnetic results from Sikhote Alin, far eastern Russia: implications for deformation of East Asia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 130:95–108.
K. B. Pigg , R. A. Stockey , and S. L. Maxwell 1993. Paleomyrtinia, a new genus of permineralized myrtaceous fruit and seeds from the Eocene of British Columbia and Paleocene of North Dakota. Canadian Journal of Botany, 71:1–9.
A.P. Rasnitsyn and V. V. Zherikhin 2002. 4. Appendix: Alphabetic List of Selected Insect Fossil Sites. 4.1. Impression Fossils, . 437–444. A. P. Rasnitsyn and D. L. J. Quicke , History of Insects. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
D. Ren and V. N. Makarkin 2009. Ascalochrysidae—a new lacewing family from the Mesozoic of China (Insecta: Neuroptera: Chrysopoidea). Cretaceous Research, 30:1217–1222.
C. A. Tauber 2010. Revision of Neosuarius, a subgenus of Chrysopodes (Neuroptera, Chrysopidae). ZooKeys, 44:1–104.
S. Wedmann and V. N. Makarkin 2007. A new genus of Mantispidae (Insecta: Neuroptera) from the Eocene of Germany, with a review of the fossil record and palaeobiogeography of the family. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 149:701–716.