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Fruit piercing moth

Eudocima fullonia

Fruit piercing moth (Eudocima fullonia) is an insect pest. It is a native of Asia, Australia and Pacific Islands and was first detected in Hawaii in 1985.

The adult moth flies at night and sucks out the juices of ripe mango, banana, tomato, melon, citrus, guava, papaya and other fruit.

For more information about this plant pest, see the CABI data sheet.
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