Spotted lanternflies continue to swarm. Don’t expect that to stop anytime soon.

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If spotted lanternflies are hopping around your patio or landing on your shoulder when you’re working on fall decorations outside your home, don’t expect it to end anytime soon even as temperatures turn colder. Those pesky insects with colorful wings are still swarming in big numbers in some parts of New Jersey and neighboring states — even flocking to tall buildings in urban areas like Jersey City and New York City. Experts say the swarms will likely continue through most of October and much of November. The adult lanternflies are just starting the process of mating and laying eggs, and they …

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