in this family have mostly narrow heads with large compound eyes
separated by a ridge with their antennae protruding from the underside
of the eyes.
hoppers are found in a wide variety of habitats with most adults
found on flowering plants where they spend their time feeding by
sucking on the inner tissues, although some species are also fungus
feeders. The nymphs are primarily root feeders although some species
have been found in association with ants.
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