We have potato beetles in the Darcy Bear garden again (even with no potatoes–apparently they also like tomatoes and eggplant). I have picked several off my eggplants the past couple of days, as well as some eggs (bright orange on the underside of leaves). Fortunately the beetles’ large size makes them very easy to spot and dispose of. I will be checking my plot daily and hope everyone else will check their tomatoes and eggplants, if they have any, so we can keep this under control.
If you are not familiar with this pest, this link shows what they look like at different life stages, from eggs to adult: https://www.ars.usda.gov/northeast-area/beltsville-md/beltsville-agricultural-research-center/invasive-insect-biocontrol-behavior-laboratory/people/donald-c-weber/colorado-potato-beetle/