small green caterpillar infestation!
I need help! I have had no bug problems, as I spray regularly. But 3 days ago I had a large, bushy, beautiful coleus in a pot on my patio and today it is gone!. it was literally eaten alive in only 3 days! The culprit is a very small light green, what appears to be a caterpillar. The largest one I've found is 1 cm long and as thin as a pencil lead. It looks like there might be a thin white line going down its back, but it is so small, it's hard to see. I have found nothing online that looks like it. The closest I've come is the "silver Y moth", but even those look a little bigger and are suppose to be in Europe, Asia and North Africa. I found 2 more today on another coleus. All info I've found indicates their only parasite problem to be meal worms, white flies and one other.
Any ideas? Please help.