What's eating this Virginia Creeper?
I moved to a new house a few months ago and I have what I believe to be Virginia Creeper growing up the backside of the house. I rather like it, but now something's eating the leaves. And whatever it is, it's only eating around the edges of the leaves in big round circles (like someone took a hole punch to the plant!)
The nearby Crape Myrtle is currently infested with aphids (and now ladybugs), but from what I understand, aphids don't eat big holes in the leaves like this. I haven't found any bugs on the plant itself and I'm really at a loss. If it were beetles or caterpillars, wouldn't I see them?
Pic should be attached.
Also, I'm new to gardening, so perhaps this isn't really Virginia Creeper. Looks and acts like the description, except that my leaves are non-serrated and most of the bunches have seven or nine clusters of leaves. Not sure if this matters...
Thanks for any pointers...