The latest information can be found at inquirer. It was first discovered in Pennsylvania in Berks County in and has since made its way across the state, attaching itself to cars and trucks like a true hitchhiker.
The lanternfly can now be found in 26 countiesmost in the southeastern portion of the state, Philadelphia and the surrounding region included. In spring, their eggs start to hatch.
It feeds on the sap of over 70 plant species and has a particular appetite for that of grapes, apples, hops, and hardwoods, all economically important plants. We want to go outside.
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Game on. When checking your car, be sure to look underneath and in your wheel wells.
The egg masses look like light grayish, putty-colored splotches of mud. It might feel a little gross. Or glorious.
Kill the nymphs As more and more spotted lanternflies start to hatch, you can also make it your mission to kill. Once hatched, the insect goes through four nymph stages. They appear all black with white spots and can be found late Wanted local sluts in Naperville through July. Fourth-stage nymphs are about a half-inch long, with a red coat, white dots, and black stripes.
These can be found in July through September. By the time they reach Naughty girls in Sharpsville Pennsylvania, spotted lanternflies become fairly large around an inch long and highly mobile.
Only the adults can fly. Their bodies are black, while their wings take on a black polka-dotted pattern, including their two hind wings, which are bright red.
It dives into topics like tree traps, insecticides, and other methods that work to remove swaths of nymph and adult lanternflies. Depending on the circumstances, the department will send a team of people out to survey the surrounding area and treat the issue. Happy smashing.
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And remember: Wash your hands. Up.