Some Spotted Lanternfly news for the first week of July.
- There’s a seminar on the 9th.
- Connecticut is rightly concerned (7/2)
- Artificial intelligence used to fight invasive species. (7/1)
- This destructive hitchhiking pest will be difficult to contain (6/3)
What to follow on Twitter:
The nymphs are turning from black to red:
— PA Department of Agriculture (@PAAgriculture) June 28, 2019
A good diagram of the Spotted Lanternfly lifecycle:
Just a reminder that in July, the #spottedlanternfly changes color as it grows. Its body goes from being black with white dots to red and black with white dots. Be on the look-out for the #badbug, which does significant damage to our grape vines and other plants & trees. pic.twitter.com/dmAeJb5vc0
— LV Wine Trail (@lvwinetrail) July 1, 2019