Agree on the bottom one.
"Blessed are the cracked….
For they are the ones who let in the light."
Ummm....I have to say, they look more like thrips to me.
Conserve Sc will rid them quickly and safely. (if that is what they are)
Thrips tend to leave "shiny" spots on the leaves where they have chewed, and small dark specks where they have deposited what they have chewed and digested.
I do not see whitefly from the pics, they always have very white wings, kinda mothy looking under a lens.
"the memories of a man in his old age, are the deeds of a man in his prime"
disagree. thrips have fringed wings. very distinct that even at that magnification the critter on the top pic right side would be easily identified if it were a thrips. wings are clearly membranous. and not fringed
however alternative to whitefly could be a tiny parasitic wasp. family mymaridae based on the greatly reduced veins on that wing. I just cant see if there is one or 2 pairs and that would clinch things for third possibility
Can Neem take care if them?
LOL! I inherited them from a CP group meeting...