Help Rid the Spotted Lateran flies in Philadelphia

Help Rid the Spotted Lateran flies in Philadelphia

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Aquil Taylor started this petition to Philadelphia and

We have a major epidemic of Spotted Lantern flies all over the city. They are disturbing the peace of the Philadelphia agriculture and residents. Special thanks to @Phillly_Scoophall and other residents for raising awareness. 

The spotted lanternfly is originally native to parts of China, India, Vietnam, and eastern Asia. It is a planthopper, belonging to the subfamily Aphaeninae and is approximately 25 mm long and 12 mm wide. It was originally described by Adam White in 1845 as Aphaena delicatula with habitat outside of Nankin, China. Spotted Lanternflies have also reduced yields on important fruit-bearing trees and other plants. Are Spotted Lanternflies dangerous to children and pets? --Spotted lanternflies are not known to bite or sting or attack people, pets, or livestock.

The Goal is to make all the local businesses, establishments, stores and even block captains to put Sticky Fly traps and synthetic pest asides on the base of our Store windows (lights and neon attracts them), trees (they are eating our agriculture) and we would like this to be funded by the Common Wealth of Pennsylvania and the treasury of Philadelphia. 

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