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Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

Why do lantern flies land on you

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The Spotted Lanternfly's egg masses are quite large and inhabit lots of eggs, making it even easier for the insects to spread at such a fast pace. This insect proposes zero direct threat to people; it doesn't bite, sting, or transmit disease. However, the Spotted Lanternfly is extremely detrimental to agriculture, the environment, and ...
Courtesy of Larry Shrawder. At one point, the lanternflies destroyed a sixth of his vineyard, with the plants' doom marked by a thick cover of the bugs around the vines followed by yellowing ...
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When the Spotted Lanternfly feeds on a host tree it digests sap and releases honeydew that promotes mold and fungi growth. Another issue with the release of honeydew is that this sticky sour mixture of honeydew and sap attract other insects that also feed. Trees At Risk