It’s shown up in Indiana. It’s a new insect that may soon call Kentucky home and it’s unwanted. Scientists say the spotted lanternfly is an invasive species.“One of the side effects of their feeding is that they create is what’s called honeydew. It’s a sugary fecal material and it rains down on people that are underneath trees that are infested,” said Jonathan Larson, an entomologist at the University of Kentucky.
Source: MG News
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