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By R.J.P. Machado, J.P. Gillung, S.L. Winterton, I.J. Garzón-Orduña, A.R. Lemmon, E.M. Lemmon, & J.D. Oswald
Systematic Entomology 44(2): 418-450, 2018
DOI: 10.1111/syen.12334

This is the first phylogenomic analysis conducted for Myrmeleontoidea. As of this study, owlflies are no longer recognized as their own family but rather as a subfamily (Ascalaphinae) within Myrmeleontidae. The table at the end is especially useful for placing genera.