The 470 genera in subfamily Typhlocybinae are distributed worldwide. Many are brightly colored or have mosaic-like markings, but you'll have to look close to appreciate them: most of these leafhoppers are quite small compared with the typical members of most other subfamilies. Typhlocybines regularly are attracted to lights; in a more natural setting they are often found among the leaves of trees and vines.
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