Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly

The spotted lanternfly invasive insect has been found for the first time in New York State. It is a potential threat to several important agricultural crops in New York, including grapes, apples, hops, and forest products. These insects are easily recognized by their striking colors. Adult spotted lanternflies are approximately one inch long with brown and red spotted wings and a yellow abdomen. Please report any sightings to Sue Gwise.

For more information, view the Fact Sheet from New York Agriculture and Markets.

Contact

Sue Gwise
Horticulture and Natural Resouces Educator
Sjg42@cornell.edu
315-788-8450 ext. 243

Last updated January 8, 2018