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06/29/2020

The Burlington County Environmental Commission ask that residents please review the following information regarding the Spotted Lanternfly - an invasive species that can be very devastating to certain New Jersey crops and hardwood trees.

If you happen to find any egg masses, 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: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoFp_MbDiE8

• 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: [email protected]

• 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.T
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06/29/2020

The Burlington County Environmental Commission ask that residents please review the following information regarding the Spotted Lanternfly - an invasive species that can be very devastating to certain New Jersey crops and hardwood trees.

If you happen to find any egg masses, 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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoFp_MbDiE8

• 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: SLF-plantindustry@ag.nj.gov

• 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.T

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It says not to report in Burlington County

John Michael

I just called to make sure, as we have seen some black w/white spotted ones, says we shouldn't report.

We reported

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