Adults: A small and slender bug (generally between 0.5-1.2cm); they're often light brown or yellowish-tan. The tegmina are hardened to protect the wings used in flight; often demonstrating ridged venation that gives a wood-like texture. The heads are cone-shaped and narrow, the antennae extensive and thread-like; the eyes are bulbous, and the legs stilt-like, whereas the wings are narrow and ovular.
Nymphs: Often look a little different to the adults. The bodies are diamond-shaped, the heads also cone-shaped. They're typically pale, sometimes incorporating some red patterning. They look a lot like aphids before the wings start to develop. They're flightless until fully mature.