Symptoms of damage by Colorado potato beetle are typically seen in early transplanting stage with leaves showing chewing damage. In some cases, entire plants could loose leaves.
Colorado potato beetle adults can be seen of the leaves and have a characteristic red to orange color with black striped lines on the wings. The insect can also chew the stem.
The eggs of colorado potato beetle are orange in color and can be found in masses on the underside of the leaves. The insect can also damage fruits although rarely seen in late stages of plant growth.