Yesterday I tasted the season's first three passionfruit from our vine. Warm from the sun, and delicious.
Unfortunately when you have passionvines, you have also have passionvine hoppers.
The nymphs we have always called 'fluffybums' in our family, as they have a tuft of hairs on their abdomens and they can even move this tail around like a peacock's. They look like tiny frogs. They even jump when you touch them.
The adults are little delta-wing bugs that also suck the sap. Unfortunately the holes exude a little sap when they move on, and that sap drips down onto fruit, leaves, vehicles and anything else underneath, and grows a black mould. But never mind, it washes off with the rain when we get it (it's been about a week) or under the tap.