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Time to scrape those spotted lanternfly egg masses!

from Sue Bayne, Chairperson of CASE (Civic Action South East):

Now is the time to walk your property and the parks and check for spotted lanternfly egg masses before they begin hatching in May.

Spotted lanternfly egg masses look like the attached and should be scraped into a bag filled with hand sanitizer or isopropyl alcohol. Each spotted lanternfly egg mass that gets scraped could mean 50 less pests come spring.

Thanks to Willistown Twp for their timely reminder and the photo.