The Spotted Lanternfly are becoming rampant here in the US. Why is this, & where will they thrive & invade next? Our poster delves deeper into these questions.
Out project investigates whether spotted lanternfly observations vary by season or not and whether it is due to their life cycles, human observations, or another factor.
This project examines the population growth of spotted lanternflies at Randall’s Island based on iNaturalist data gathered at the Macaulay annual BioBlitz.
We studied the invasive spotted lanternfly’s presence in NYC parks and its relationship to the also invasive tree-of-heaven.
Research and study of some of the native and non-native species in New York. Focusing more on the spotted lanternfly, milkweed bug, tree of heaven, and milkweed plant.
Tree of Heaven, or Ailanthus altissima, is an invasive plant species that has disrupted NYC’s urban ecology. In this project, we analyzed its influence and methods to control its spread.