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  • Spotted Lanternfly in Bergen County, New Jersey.

    To all Bergen County Figsters, be aware; Spotted Lanternfly are here.
    Saw two Spotted Lanternfly on my backyard. Killed one but the other got away.
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    Sehan- Northeast, New Jersey. Zone 7A
    Wish list: Campaniere, Figoin, Moro de Caneva and Nerucciolo d'Elba.

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    Let's hope the populations don't get too out of control. So far haven't seen any in Monmouth county or Staten Island, though reports have been made in both. I remember seeing so many in a Philly suburb two years ago that you couldn't even walk without stepping on one.
    NYC Zone 7b & Central NJ 7a

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    • #3
      Oh no. You're just 2 hrs away from me. I've been on the lookout but haven't seen any.
      South Jersey, zone 7a- 20 mins from Philly, 30 mins from AC

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      • Rewton
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        I suspect it is much closer to you than a 2 hour drive.

    • #4
      Dang it! I guess it was matter of time. Thanks for the alert!!
      Steven - New Milford, NJ Zone 6b

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      • #5
        It’s crazy how fast they spread. I was at round valley campground in north New Jersey and there were thousands all over the trees. I hate to say it but there is no way that this invasion will be stopped. Such a shame.

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ID:	1039719 I found one in my backyard swimming in a bucket of water in Middlesex County in New Jersey. Obviously, I ended its life shortly after finding it
          Central New Jersey, Zone 7a

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          • #7
            I saw them in Branchburg last year. They are definitely here in NJ.
            Livingston NJ, zone 6b.

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            • #8
              Here in NYC as well. Haven’t t seen any yet personally, but seen/heard many a report of them.
              7b, Brooklyn

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              • #9
                Saw a ton in Cherry Hill NJ a few weeks ago.
                Johann - Lake Quivira, KS, zone 6a
                Grafting CdD varieties onto vigorous rootstock to see if the rootstock accelerates fruit formation and ripening compared to own roots

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