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USDA confirmed dead spotted lanternflies were found in Michigan; however, there is no evidence of established populations of spotted lanternfly in Michigan.

New research suggests that several oil-based insecticides can be effective in destroying spotted lanternfly egg masses when applied before they hatch.

A population of the invasive spotted lanternfly has been found in Jefferson County, Ohio, the Ohio Department of Agriculture says.

Find out what's being done in Ohio to prepare for the potential arrival of the spotted lanternfly and learn more about sightings and how to report them.

The West Virginia Department of Agriculture has confirmed a second population of the invasive spotted lanternfly near Ridgeley, West Virginia. 

Do birds find the spotted lanternfly to be tasty? Researchers at Penn State hope to find answers, and they are seeking citizen scientists to help.

Learn what's being done in Pennsylvania to help slow and hopefully stop the spread of the spotted lanternfly. Find out how you can get involved.

For homeowners dealing with spotted lanternfly infestations, tree traps can be a cost-effective, nonchemical option.  Learn how to avoid bycatch.

Most importantly, if you see a spotted lanternfly, let your inner child fly and stomp on that bug as hard and fast as you can.

Penn State University educator Emelie Swackhamer offers tips to help homeowners weigh the pros and cons of using insecticides for spotted lanternflies.