Spotted Lanternflies:

What To Do When You  See Them

Spotted Lanternflies

The spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that has made its way  to Pennsylvania.  This insect harms the agriculture in the area they take over.  Read last week's web story to learn more about spotted lanternflies.

Help Squash Spotted Lanternflies

Spotted lanternflys destroy the agriculture in areas they infest. When you see them squash or  step on them to kill them and prevent the spread.

If you see a spotted lanternfly  you should report it on the  PA Department of Agriculture  website or call 1-888-4BADFLY!

Report Sightings

Check if you are in a quarantined area

Certain areas have been quarantined due to mass amounts of the insects.  Visit the PA Department of Agriculture's website to learn which areas are in quarantine and the regulations those areas must follow! 

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