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Was the leaf damage tiny holes in the leaf or spots where the chlorophyll was sucked out? The first scenario could possibly be Flea Beetles and the second Potato Leafhoppers. Leafhopper nymphs can be hard to see and they move and jump quickly. I'm not sure about the bug in your photo, but it appears to be a nymph phase of something. The shape reminds me of a Lacewing nymph but they are usually browner.
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