Lycorma delicatula, commonly known as the spotted lanternfly, threatens may important plants including grapes, hops, tree fruit, ornamental and timber trees. They also create a nuisance in residential landscapes. They are now in 9 NJ Counties. Anne will focus on the biology and behavior to help attendees know what to watch out for. You will hear about management options, regulations in place to slow the spread, and a summary of some of the research that is taking place.