Kelly Henry, Warren Shum, Eric Huang, Nadia Fliaha

Spotted Lanternflies are an invasive species that has been recently spotted in New York and Pennsylvania. We examine if this species poses a risk to natural and agricultural plant life.

This project was completed by Warren Shum, Eric Huang, Nadia Fliaha and Kelly Henry. Our project is on the Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma Delicatula) and their possible affect on the New York and Pennsylvania agriculture. We wanted to examine if the Spotted Lanternfly population negatively affected agricultural production in these states and what we could do to prevent this problem. Overall this area still needs more data and research but scientist are working on tracking the species and finding natural predators to decrease the Spotted Lanternfly population.


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