|The Nemestrinidae of the Miocene of Florissant, Colordo, and their relations to the recent fauna|
|Bequaert, JC, Carpenter, FM|
|Journal of Paleontology|
The characteristics and classification of the living representatives of the insect family Nemestrinidae are briefly described, and the five fossil species from Florissant, Colorado, are treated in detail. The fossil forms are so close to living forms that it may be said that no evolution has taken place since the Miocene.