I have about a square meter of Lysimachia punctata mostly fending for itself in a corner. This morning I discovered that a large number of caterpillars(?) has gnawed the leaves down to bare skeletons.
The offenders are about 2cm long with a blueish-grey and about 2cm long. The head is a light tan and they have no distinct markings on the body. They were very active in the morning, and now that the heat’s up and the sun hits the plants directly, they curl up under the remaining leaves (not easy, considering how much they have munched already).