There are about 140 species of Lace Bug that are native to North America. They belong to the family Tingidae. Lace bugs produce damage by piercing and sucking the sugars from the leaves of plants. Their damage produces tiny chlorotic spots on the upper surface of leaves. They most frequently damage ornamental trees and shrubs, although a few infest vegetable plants.

Sharp shots or water, sprays using Neem Oil and Pyrethrins work to control infestations of lace bugs.

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