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SALEM, Ohio — Live spotted lanternfly egg masses were recently found in Beaver County, near Conway Railyard, about 15 miles from the Ohio border. To date, the Beaver County sighting is the closest reported to Ohio. These signs have some Ohioans worried the Buckeye state might be the next on the pests’ list. Joe Boggs, of Ohio State University Extension, said it is likely to end up in Ohio sooner or later. “We have no reason ... to believe that it won’t make its way to Ohio,” he said.

Find out how other states are handling spotted lanternfly sightings and learn how to get in touch with Ohio officials in the event you spot one.

The spotted lanternfly has been found near Ohio's borders. Learn more about the spotted lanternfly, where it's spread in the U.S. and how to identify it.

Those worried that the spotted lanternfly will take up residence in their live Christmas tree shouldn't worry, according to Penn State Extension experts.

The West Virginia Department of Agriculture confirmed a small population of spotted lanternfly in the Bunker Hill area of Berkeley County, West Virginia.

Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Fred Strathmeyer recently spoke to Philadelphians about the invasive spotted lanternfly.

Spotted lanternflies will be among the topics highlighted during Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Aug. 13-15. Find out what other topics will be featured.

Cornell University-led research reports that two local fungal pathogens could potentially curb the destruction of the spotted lanternfly.

Learn how to obtain and install sticky bands to manage spotted lanternflies on your property, while avoiding bycatch — accidentally trapping other animals.
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