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The Spotted Lanternfly is a threat to 70 different types of plant species, including fruit trees, ornamental trees, woody trees, vegetables, herbs and vines. It strongly prefers the invasive Tree of Heaven. The New Jersey counties of Warren, Hunterdon, Mercer, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem and Somerset are currently under quarantine in an effort to help stop the movement of this invasive past. Click here to read more about the Spotted Lanternfly.  If you see a Spotted Lanternfly in New Jersey, first destroy it if possible, and then email SLF-PlantIndustry@ag.nj.gov or call 1-833-223-2840 (BADBUG-0) with the exact address of where it was found. 

 

 

 

 

 

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