spotted lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly Continues To Spread Across Ohio stone.91@osu.edu Fri, 08/04/2023 - 13:49
This afternoon's BYGL Alert on the Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is a media release that was distributed by the Ohio Department of Agriculture on Friday, August 4 and is the source the information below. 
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Seeing Spots in Ohio stone.91@osu.edu Tue, 07/25/2023 - 06:48

Last week, Jonathon Shields with the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) reporting seeing the first spotted lanternfly adult in Ohio this year. The observation was made in Cincinnati, Ohio in an already identified infestation in southwest Ohio.

 

Spotted Lanternfly Adult Photo Credit: Amy Stone, OSU Extension - Lucas...
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Spotted Lanternfly 4th instar nymphs present at St Joseph Cemetery (Cleveland). dehaas.2 Tue, 07/18/2023 - 14:17
Some Spotted Lanternfly Nymphs have progressed to the 4th instar stage. This is the stage where the nymphs are red with white and black spots. It won’t be long until adults are present.
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Thomas deHaas
Ann Chanon
Hatch of Spotted Lanternfly Observed in Cincinnati stone.91@osu.edu Sun, 05/07/2023 - 07:20
On Thursday, May 4, 2023, Jonathon Shields, Agriculture Inspection Manager with the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA), confirmed hatch of spotted lanternfly (SLF) within the Cincinnati infestation. ODA captured 8 SLF nymphs on Thursday afternoon in the known infested area.
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Joe Boggs
Seeing Spots - Spotted Lanternfly and Spring Egg Hatch stone.91@osu.edu Thu, 04/27/2023 - 20:13
Spring brings much anticipation. Warmer temperatures bring a show of spring wildflowers, blooms of spring flowering trees and shrubs, and insects activity- including the hatch of spotted lanternfly (SLF) nymphs where overwintering egg masses where present.
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Amy Stone
Joe Boggs
Spotted Lanternfly Walk-About for Green Industry Professionals stone.91@osu.edu Wed, 02/08/2023 - 19:40
You have heard about the spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula), and maybe even attended a presentation about this invasive insect pest. But have you experienced it? Have you seen the insect in the field?
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Amy Stone
Ashley Kulhanek
Ann Chanon
Thomas deHaas
Carri Jagger
Carrie Brown