This is a large family of plant feeding insects. Adults range in size from 3 to 15 mm and come in an endless variety of colors. Feeding damage may appear as white stippling or browning of the foliage, or curling and withering of leaves. The immature leafhoppers are usually greenish yellow and rapidly scoot sideways along the undersides of leaves when disturbed. Adult leafhoppers fly when disturbed, appearing like tiny green moths as they dart towards a different branch.
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