Julie Urban

Associate Research Professor

Julie Urban

Huck Affiliations

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Hemiptera Fulgoridae Lycorma Delicatula Pests Economics Skin Phylogeny Primates Flight Deodorants Host Range Ribosomal Dna Genes Ovum Vineyards Sampling Pest Microbiota Antiperspirants Mites Microbiome Temperature Egg Masses Egg History

Most Recent Publications

Efficacy and nontarget effects of broadcast treatments to manage spotted lanternfly (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) nymphs

Joseph A. Keller, Brian Walsh, Anne Johnson, Nina Jenkins, John Rost, Brianna Treichler, David Biddinger, Dennis D. Calvin, Kelli Hoover, Julie Urban, Richard T. Roush, 2023, Journal of Economic Entomology on p. 1211-1224

Laura J. Nixon, Caitlin Barnes, Elizabeth Deecher, Katarzyna Madalinska, Anne Nielsen, Julie Urban, Tracy C. Leskey, 2023, Journal of Economic Entomology on p. 426-434

Julie M. Urban, Heather Leach, 2023, Annual Review of Entomology on p. 151-167

Evaluating integrated pest management tactics for spotted lanternfly management in vineyards

Heather Leach, Tom Mariani, Michela Centinari, Julie Urban, 2023, Pest Management Science

Johanna E. Elsensohn, Laura J. Nixon, Julie Urban, Sharon K. Jones, Tracy C. Leskey, 2023, Frontiers in Insect Science

Laura J. Nixon, Sharon K. Jones, Lisa Tang, Julie Urban, Karen Felton, Tracy C. Leskey, 2022, Environmental Entomology on p. 222-228

Early Response (2018-2020) to the Threat of Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) in Pennsylvania

Julie Marie Urban, Dennis D. Calvin, Jillian Hills-Stevenson, 2021, Annals of the Entomological Society of America on p. 709-718

Erica C. Smyers, Julie M. Urban, Andrew C. Dechaine, Douglas G. Pfeiffer, Stephen R. Crawford, Dennis D. Calvin, 2021, Environmental Entomology on p. 126-137

J. Keller, J. Rost, K. Hoover, J. Urban, H. Leach, M. Porras, B. Walsh, M. Bosold, D. Calvin, 2020, Environmental Entomology on p. 1462-1472

Charles J. Mason, Brian Walsh, Joseph Keller, John J. Couture, Dennis Calvin, Julie M. Urban, 2020, Environmental Entomology on p. 1427-1436

Most-Cited Papers

Perspective: shedding light on spotted lanternfly impacts in the USA

Julie M. Urban, 2020, Pest Management Science on p. 10-17

Julie Urban, Daniel J. Fergus, Amy M. Savage, Megan Ehlers, Holly L. Menninger, Robert R. Dunn, Julie E. Horvath, 2016, PeerJ

Sarah E. Council, Amy M. Savage, Julie M. Urban, Megan E. Ehlers, J. H. Pate Skene, Michael L. Platt, Robert R. Dunn, Julie E. Horvath, 2016, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Megan S. Thoemmes, Daniel J. Fergus, Julie Urban, Michelle Trautwein, Robert R. Dunn, 2014, PLoS One

T. C. Baker, E. C. Smyers, J. M. Urban, Z. Meng, K. J. Pagadala Damadaram, A. J. Myrick, M. F. Cooperband, M. J. Domingue, 2019, Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology on p. 705-713

Flight Dispersal Capabilities of Female Spotted Lanternflies (Lycorma delicatula) Related to Size and Mating Status

Michael S. Wolfin, Muhammad Binyameen, Yanchen Wang, Julie M. Urban, Dana C. Roberts, Thomas C. Baker, 2019, Journal of Insect Behavior on p. 188-200

Evaluation of insecticides for control of the spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae), a new pest of fruit in the Northeastern U.S.

Heather Leach, David J. Biddinger, Greg Krawczyk, Erica Smyers, Julie M. Urban, 2019, Crop Protection

Andressa Paladini, Daniela M. Takiya, Julie M. Urban, Jason R. Cryan, 2018, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution on p. 321-334

Sarah B. Kingan, Julie Urban, Christine C. Lambert, Primo Baybayan, Anna K. Childers, Brad Coates, Brian Scheffler, Kevin Hackett, Jonas Korlach, Scott M. Geib, 2019, GigaScience

Early Response (2018-2020) to the Threat of Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) in Pennsylvania

Julie Marie Urban, Dennis D. Calvin, Jillian Hills-Stevenson, 2021, Annals of the Entomological Society of America on p. 709-718

News Articles Featuring Julie Urban

Spotted lanternflies are showing up on Jersey Shore beaches

The spotted lanternfly has started showing up at beaches on the Jersey Shore

Why aren’t spotted lanternflies out enforce in Central Pennsylvania this summer?

Why are there less spotted lanternflies in central Pennsylvania this year

10 Facts About the Spotted Lanternfly

Facts about Lycorma delicatula or the spotted lanternfly

Spotted Lanternflies Are Back. You Should Still Kill Them.

The battle continues against the colorful bugs, which may be coming for your wine. Here’s how New Yorkers can help curb the infestation.

Xploration Awesome Planet

This TV segment features an interview with Julie Urban, associate research professor of entomology.

Spotted lanternflies are thriving in the Northeast. Scientists fear they could spread farther

Spotted lanternflies are thriving in the Northeast this summer. In New York City, where this year’s invasion seems particularly extreme, people squash them on the streets, on railings and even on their restaurant tables.

Does squishing invasive lanternflies really help stop their spread?

Several states in the eastern US encourage residents to stomp on spotted lanternflies that threaten grapevines and other crops. But smooshing isn't a long-term solution.

Squash Spotted Lanternflies On Sight, Experts Urge

If you see one, squash it. Stomp on it until it’s dead.

Why Scientists Want You to Kill Spotted Lanternflies

As invasive spotted lanternflies continue moving through the United States, local agricultural agencies have launched “If you see it, kill it” campaigns urging people to kill the bugs in order to prevent any further spread across the U.S.

The plague of spotted lanternflies has descended on NY and NJ — but it may not be as bad as we thought

The unmistakable red, polka-dotted spotted lanternflies were first sighted in New York in 2020. A year later, our marching orders were clear: kill, kill, kill, no questions asked. In their third summer in the city, however, our collective efforts feel a tad futile.