Okay, so I have a Ficus (of some type) and I've noticed something odd the past couple days. On some of the leaves, there seem to be little white spots. They're not bumps, just spots, and they can't be washed off with water. If I look at the bottom of the leaf, I can see the spots shining through with the light.
They almost look like pores, but they're not in a pattern, and they're on the top of the leaf too. Aren't stomali and such usually only visible on the bottom?
I'll try and get a picture if I need to, but I was hoping someone here would have an idea. Is it something I should worry about, or just a quirk?