I posted here earlier about a young Elizabeth Magnolia that is dying in my front yard (facing South) in vancouver. This is the second Elizabeth to die on me this year...from the same nursery. Thank you to the previous post that recommended it could be Lilac Blight or Honeydew. Since then, all of the leaves have turned brown and died along with most of the buds. I fear it will be dead within weeks (it maybe already too late). One thing I noticed is that some of the leaves had thousands of tiny eggs on the back of them (eggs are completey round) and in completely symmetrical patterns. Does anyone know what insect may be laying these eggs and would it be responsible for killing all the leaves or is it an insect that came to the tree after it was infected with something else?? The leaves first turn brown aroundn the edges and then eventually dry up and fall off. Some of them had black spots on them similar to rose leaves but not all. Any help would be appreciated. Are Elizabth Magnolia's typically a weak tree?