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Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted lanternfly is a highly destructive invasive insect that causes damage when they feed, sucking sap from stems and leaves.

By May 23, 2016 Read More →
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

HWA is a tiny, aphid-like insect that was first reported in the eastern United States in the 1950’s. Its name derives from a white “wool-like” covering, called an ovisac, on mature egg-laying adults.

By February 15, 2014 Read More →
Oriental Bittersweet

Oriental Bittersweet

Oriental, or asiatic, bittersweet is a perennial, deciduous vine that can grow up to 60 ft. Its stems have dark brown, striated bark. The alternate leaves are elliptic to ovate, and spiral evenly around the stem. Axillary flowers bloom in May to early June yielding bright, reddish-orange fruit in the fall. Oriental bittersweet can be confused with american bittersweet, a native species, which has terminal inflorescence and orange capsules

By February 12, 2014 Read More →