Something is eating our next-door-neighbour's beautiful elm tree. It's a teensy little white caterpillar that's skeletonising the leaves. I do hope that the fact that it is autumn and the tree would drop its leaves naturally about now means that it will survive, because its really old and really beautiful, and if it dies, I, for one, will be really sad.
The skeletonised leaves are beautiful though, aren't they?
Anyone have any ideas as to what the little beastie might be?