The spotted lanternfly (SLF), Lycornma delicatula, is a non-native pest and a sapsucker that impacts a variety of plant species. A potentially very serious pest of grapes, peaches, hops, and a variety of other crops, the spotted lanternfly was first detected in Frederick County, Virginia, in January 2018.
If you are a logger moving materials out of the quarantined area, please use the Spotted Lanternfly Logger Self-Inspection Checklist before you go.
*Current quarantines exist in Virginia, read more about quarantines.
For more information on how to identify the spotted lanternfly or find additional resources please visit the Virginia Cooperative Extension website.
|Spotted Lanternfly in Virginia|
Information on how to identify the spotted lanternfly or find additional resources are available on this Virginia Cooperative Extension website.
|Spotted Lanternfly Logger Self-Inspection Checklist – Slow the Spread!!!||FT0050|
Forestry topic information sheet provides a checklist for loggers to do a self-inspection for spotted lanternfly, including photos of what to be looking for.
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