USDA APHIS | Spotted Lanternfly
Spotted lanternfly (SLF) does not fly long distances, but it is a hitchhiker. Starting in the fall, SLF seek out outdoor surfaces and lay mud-like egg masses on tree bark, outdoor gear (such as lawnmowers, bikes, and grills), methods of transport, and more. Spotted lanternfly egg masses are about an inch long and resemble a smear of mud.
DA: 38 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 19