At what stage of development does the bug beetle harm plants?

Having a gnawing mouth apparatus, both the larva and the adult insect of the Colorado potato beetle consume above-ground parts (mainly leaves) of identical plants (usually nightshade), which cause them great harm.
1) At the stage of the larva (damage to the roots of plants).
2) At the stage of the adult body (leaf damage).

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