Coconut spike moth, oil palm bunch moth
Tirathaba rufivena, but probably at least three species exist.
AUTHOR Gahame Jackson
1Information from Waterhouse DF, Norris KR (1987) Biological Control Pacific Prospects. Inkata Press; and from 2Swaine G (1971) Agricultural Zoology in Fiji. Her Majesty's Stationery Office. London. Photo 1 Gerald McCormack, Cook Islands Biodiversity & Natural Heritage. (http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org/).
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