Indiana DNR asks for help in keeping an eye out for invasive bug

(Photo supplied/Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources needs your help to keep an eye out for an invasive bug…
It’s a little red or white bug with black spots called the spotted laternfly.
So far it’s been spotted in Huntington and Switzerland counties and typically pops up around April.
The DNR asks to report any that you see to stop them feeding on grape vines and a variety of trees, especially watch out for clusters of their eggs which look like dried putty on trees.

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DrScottD April 15, 2023 at 9:59 am

Heard Casey share this one. It’s not just a few schools. It’s cancer in majority of the nation’s schools and should get legislation to stop it and excise this racism from the country.


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