Cabbage Tree Moth

Caterpillars of the cabbage tree moth eat holes and notches in cabbage tree leaves and the leaves of other Cordylines.

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The caterpillar is well camouflaged green. It may be found on the underside of leaves. Damage is seen as holes and notches cut in leaves often leaving the veins exposed.


To get rid of cabbage tree moth caterpillars and protect your trees:

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  • The cabbage tree moth is Epiphryne verriculata

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