The first fossil snakefly from the Neogene of North America (mid-Miocene of Nevada) is described and figured. Agulla mineralensis Engel, new species, is represented by an isolated hind wing and is more similar to modern Nearctic snakeflies in venation than to most Old World species in contrast to some of the Paleogene species which seem to represent a different faunal composition.
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