Appearance: Whiteflies look like tiny white moths
Size: Whitefly average 1-2 mm in length.
Diet: Whiteflies feed by inserting their stylet into the veins of leaves and sucking out the phloem sap.
Reproduction: Females are able to mate less than 24 hours after emerging. Females frequently lay their eggs on the undersides of leaves.
Damage: Whiteflies damage shrubs when they suck out the shrubs sap and can also transmit several plant viruses while they feed.