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Spotted lanternfly is everywhere. Can they be controlled?

“it’s really different from any insect I’ve ever worked on”

By Scott LaMar

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Spotted lanternflies are laying their eggs throughout Pennsylvania. Here’s how to stop the invasive insect’s spread

“They will lay their eggs on darn near anything — rocks, trees, they’re not really fussy.”

By Katie Blackley/WESA

Penn State researchers ask: Any natural predators for spotted lanternfly?

For several years, there was no known natural predator to the invasive spotted lanternfly.

By Scott LaMar

Controlling invasive species in Pennsylvania

This week is National Invasive Species Awareness Week.

By Scott LaMar