SLF Egg Masses

Last Sunday, I noted that I’d only come across one batch of Spotted Lanternfly eggs so far. That morning I returned to Bush Terminal Park and hit the jackpot, such as it is.

The Cottonwood thicket beyond the fencing is evidently well-stocked with the egg masses. I spotted fourteen from the path. I could reach about half of these with a stick taken from a pile of trimmings.

The vertical lines of eggs are coated with a putty or mortar-like substance. This can wear away through the winter. It’s best to scrape and squash the whole mess.

1 Response to “SLF Egg Masses”


  1. 1 nature969 January 13, 2022 at 7:15 am

    Thank you for identifying these egg masses and destroying them. Invasive species are a serious threat to the native ecosystem. Thank you for your stewardship!


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