Yes, I use The genera of Ichneumonidae, part 2. I have bought them (part 1 - 4) from David Wahl at The American Entomological Institute:http://www.amentinst.org/home.php
I guess that I am not allowed to share them (but I share some drawings). They are not textscanned and are very big (677 mB for part 2).
It is not possible to get to genera with most Cryptinae without looking at many small details. You have to collect them and look at them under a stereo microscope. And even then most of the species are to difficult to ID without years of trying and failing, and a growing reference collection. That is why there are probably not more than a handfull of people in the world that are specialists on Cryptinae.
The keys and drawings in Townes are very usefull, but even when you get to the right genus, you will stop there due to lack of new revisions.
I (and probably also Bilule) have studied the drawings in Townes (as well as pictures on Bold systems) to find a Cryptinae with that much flattened and dilated flagellomeres as the one on your pictures, without success.
You will probably have to get help from an expert to come any further with this one.