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Spotted Lanternfly 

• Detected on September 22, 2014 in Berks County Pennsylvania

• Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is a plant hopper, Lycorma delicatula (white) belonging to the family Fulgoridae in the order Hemiptera (true bugs).

• Makes use of over 70 different plant species, including fruit trees, ornamental trees, woody trees, vegetables, herbs and vines. Strongly prefers the invasive “Tree of Heaven”



• Like most hemipterans, SLF feeds on plants using their sucking and piercing mouthparts to extract plant sap.

• Adults and nymphs feed on phloem tissues of young stems with their piercing and sucking mouthparts and excrete large quantities of liquid (honeydew).

• Feeding creates weeping wounds

• Honeydew facilitates the growth of sooty mold

• Weeping Sap attracts activity from hymenopteran such as wasps, hornets, ants, bees etc.

• Impacts quality of outdoor life for everyone

How Does PA Quarantine Impact NJ?

  • Limited movement of articles from within the PA Quarantine going outside the PA Quarantine

  • This includes ANY means of conveyance

  • Inspect all vehicles before leaving Pennsylvania

NJ Permits and Quarantine Information 

Click here for New Jersey Permit Training

Click here for the New Jersey Permit Exam

New Jersey Spotted Lanternfly Permit Participants

New Jersey Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Rule

New Jersey Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine for General Audience


New Jersey Residence Checklist (English)

New Jersey Residence Checklist (Spanish)

Spotted Lanternfly Informational Handout (English)

Spotted Lanternfly Informational Handout (Spanish)

Spotted Lanternfly See It Report It Flyer (English)

Spotted Lanternfly See It Report It Flyer (Spanish)

Spotted Lanternfly Stages and Trees Where It Can Be Found

New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association informational video

Reporting Information for Pennsylvania Residents Who See a Spotted Lanternfly


Landscaper Treatment Recommendations for Spotted Lanternfly

Homeowner Treatment Recommendations for Spotted Lanternfly

What to do

• What to do: If you see egg masses (pictured above), scrape them off, double bag them and throw them away. You can also place the eggs into alcohol, bleach or hand sanitizer to kill them.

• Watch instructional video here:

• Collect a specimen: Specimens of any life stage can be turned in to the New Jersey Department of Agriculture’s lab for verification.

• Take a picture: With your GPS function turned on your smartphone or a camera with GPS, take a photograph of ANY life stage (including egg masses)

• Submit picture to:

• Report a site: If you can’t take a specimen or photograph, call New Jersey Spotted Lanternfly Hotline at 1-833-223- 2840 (BADBUG0)and leave a message detailing your sighting and contact information.

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• Spotted Lanternfly Reporting Guidelines

• Spotted Lanternfly Industry Guidelines


source The State of New Jersey Department of Agriculture