Synonyms: Hentz 1830
Loxopeza majuscula, Loxopeza grandis rivularis, Loxopeza magister
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 1830, Vol. 3 by Hentz, pg. 255. Note: As the original description, this reference has been cited many times by various authors. All had errors in the date and page. Only Bousquet in 2012 cited the reference correctly.
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 1872-73, Vol. 4 by Horn, pp. 130 to 131.
Beetles of Indiana 1910 by Blatchley, pg. 144.
Memoirs on the Coleoptera, 1920, Vol. 9 by Casey, pp. 235 to 236: Not Available.
Quaestiones entomologicae, Dept. Entomology, Univ. Alberta 1967, Vol. 3 by Madge, pg. 140 to 141 and pp. 161 to 162.
ZooKeys 2013 #245 by Bousquet, pg. 1316.
Beetles of Eastern North America 2014 by Evans, pg. 91.
Syntype as Lebia grandis by Hentz, 1830. Type locality: North Carolina. Types lost.
Syntype as Loxopeza majuscula by Chaudoir, 1871. Type locality: Texas. In the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.
Syntype as Loxopeza grandis rivularis female by Casey, 1920. Type locality: Texas. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C. Type # 47618. No photos.
Lectotype as Loxopeza magister female by Casey, 1920. Type locality: Michigan. In the United States National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C. Type #47617. No Photos.