Range: Costa Rica.
Known diversity: 1 genus, 3 species.
Ecology: On undergrowth in premontane tropical forest.
Diagnosis: Small, delicate, cylindrical leafhoppers with distinctive color patterns; head produced, crown depressed, ocelli on crown distant from margin, facial sutures obsolete, antennae with pedicel greatly elongated and base of flagellum divided into 3 distinct subsegments, antennal ledges well developed, rostrum elongate; forewing vein M two branched; hind wing venation complete; hind femoral macrosetae 2+1+1, tarsi elongate.
Similar to: Mileewinae, Typhlocybinae.
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