A Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) population was found in Huntington, Indiana. This is the second population in the state in addition to what was found in Vevay, Indiana in July 2021. It is possible for SLF to be anywhere in Indiana. At this time of year, the insects are at their most recognizable stage as colorful winged adults ~1 inch long. It is important to educate yourself and others on what the various life stages (see figure below) look like because the earlier we can detect new populations the quicker we can take action.