|THIS is why people don’t like Japanese beetles. This one is “skeletonizing” a leaf on my grapevine, that is, eating the soft parts between the veins and leaving behind a big lacy hole. They do this to a wide variety of plants that range from linden trees to roses. Click here for the USDA’s National Invasive Species Information Center’s entry about them. Click the photo to enlarge.
|Just get off my grapevine, eh? And stop looking at the linden tree.