Azalea Lace bug
Azalea lace bugs are small winged insects that cause damage primarily to azaleas, rhododendrons, mountain laurel and a few other trees and shrubs. They have piercing-sucking mouthparts that they use to feed off the plant juices. Extensively damaged leaves will become nearly white and prematurely drop from the plant. The azalea lace bugs will primarily feed on the underside of leaves, causing the tops of the leaves to form a yellow stippling or flecking color.
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